Starting tomato plants from seeds is easy and requires the proper soil conditions, warm temperatures, and a little bit of patience. Let’s take a look at how to start tomato plants from seed. Heirloom tomatoes grow in so many shapes, sizes, colors, and flavors, how do you pick which tomato variety to grow in your garden? Choosing thebest tomato seed varieties is important to get the most bountiful harvest!
Paul Gautschi answers the most frequently asked questions about how to start a Back to Eden Garden and successfully grow food in a vegetable garden and fruit orchard. Gardeners and farmers will learn Paul Gautschi's answers to the most common Back to Eden Gardening problems, mistakes, criticism, and myths.
Back to Eden Gardening is a no-till organic gardening technique that uses wood chips to regenerate the soil, grow healthy plants, and nutrient-dense food. Planting seeds in a wood chip mulched garden is easy and does not involve preparing the soil by tilling or digging. The goal is to temporarily pull back any coarse wood chips from the row where you are planting seeds to expose the soil beneath the wood chips. This article teaches how to plant seeds directly into your soil or compost -- this is the layer directly underneath your wood chip mulch.