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How to Grow Your Own Food in Small Spaces

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  • Anyone, regardless of space allowance, can produce their own food. Sprouts are one ideal option. A powerhouse of nutrition, sprouts can contain up to 30 times the nutrition of organic vegetables grown in your own garden, and allow your body to extract more vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential fats from the foods you eat
  • In areas where the growing season is short, growing seedlings will allow you to harvest your vegetables four to six weeks earlier than had you planted the seeds directly outdoors
  • You can use virtually every square foot of your space, including your lateral space. Hanging baskets are ideal for a wide variety of foods, such as strawberries, leafy greens, runner beans, pea shoots, tomatoes, and a variety of herbs. And instead of flowers, window boxes can hold herbs, greens, radishes, scallions, bush beans, strawberries, chard, and chiles

By Dr. Mercola

You probably know already that organic foods are good for you. The major problem most people have with organic food is the expense. However, there are several different ways to radically reduce the cost of your food.


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