• 10 Steps To Growing Most Of My Food

    Here’re are the 10 Steps I used to grow most of my own food in just 100 days while working less than 10 hours a week. FULL INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO: http://bit.ly/2fn3pZf Access my full (30 minute plus) instructional video to apply these concepts yourself: http://bit.ly/2fn3pZf NOTE: You'll gain access to the instructional video immediately after joining my email list. This video is NOT public and has only been available as part of a paid package. But, today, you can access it for free. Benefit of joining my email list: - Three part video class on raising chickens. - Access to three chapter of my film, "Permaculture Chickens". - Weekly update on our most popular Vlog. - Somewhat weekly discoveries that inspire the sustainable lifestyle.

    published: 23 Sep 2016
  • Beginners Guide to Growing Your Own Food and Gardening

    I am particularly excited to share something special today, a new series I have been inspired to create, and seeing as how it is my birthday, what better day to gift you all with some new inspiration. And for a double dose of life juice follow my day to day cooking and growing tips on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youenjoylife/ Growing your own food is one of the most rewarding things that you can do. Imagine chomping into a fresh tomato picked right off the vine, its divine! Today I am going to take you on a guided journey to help you get inspired to grow your own food, and I am making it as easy as possible. Some of the things that we go over in this video: 1. Selecting the right soil for seeds 2. Selecting the right seeds 3. Knowing your growing conditions 4. Planting seeds 5...

    published: 13 Mar 2018
  • Grow Your Own Food 1 — Benefits of Homegrown Food Journey (NEL ep. 11)

    EBTV's New Earth Living with holistic and consciousness expansion teacher Evita Ochel (http://www.evitaochel.com) where she talks about how we can get more sustainable and self-sufficient by becoming accountable for some of our food production. She shares a tour of her food garden and tips for growing our food with harmony and balance with nature. Enjoy Evita's Optimal Health online video course at over 50% off using promo link below: https://www.udemy.com/optimal-health/?couponCode=YouTubeHealthy

    published: 08 Sep 2013
  • 4 Tips And Tricks For Growing Your Own Food

    Get your life together with the Nifty Organization Journal: bit.ly/2AYkXm2 Check us out on Facebook! - facebook.com/buzzfeednifty Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/52703 MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network

    published: 08 Apr 2018
  • Toward a No-cost Garden: Grow Your Own Food for Next to Nothing (Frugal Gardening)

    I'm convinced that the cost of growing your own food can get closer and closer to 0 over time. After initial investments in the first few years on things like garden tools, raised beds, and compost bins, costs can trend toward 0, even as soil fertility and yields continue to improve. If you shop on Amazon, you can support OYR simply by clicking this link (bookmark it too) before shopping: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=oneya-20 Topics: Frugal gardening, gardening on a budget, grow your own food, low cost gardening, edible perennials, perennial vegetables OYR is all about growing a lot of food on a little land using sustainable organic methods, while keeping costs and labor at a minimum. Emphasis is placed on improving soil quality with compost, mulch, and compost tea. No store-bought fert...

    published: 15 Mar 2015
  • Grow Your Own Living Produce Aisle and Save Thousands of Dollars!

    There is nothing better tasting than fresh produce, and nothing healthier too! The one problem with fresh produce is that it is highly perishable and this makes it expensive in the stores, especially if it is organic produce! By growing a garden you can save thousands off food bills and use that for fun money or savings. You can cut your food bill in half, and by preserving the produce in the freezer or by canning you can even extend those savings longer. It is a great way to eat healthy and feed a big family on a budget. It is truly one of the smartest investments worth making! Micro-tip snips -http://migardener.com/store/fiskars-micro-snips/

    published: 26 Aug 2016
  • 8 Vegetables and Herbs You Can Re grow Again and Again Inside your House or Garden

    here are 8 such Vegetables and Herbs You Can Regrow Again and Again in your garden. Do you throw your garlic-bulbs out once they start to sprout? What about your potatoes when they get a little wrinkly? How about ginger-root that sits out on the counter too long? Well, you could be getting a lot more value out of your produce than you may realize! Many popular edibles can be regrown from the scraps you're likely throwing-out. Keep watching for a list of veggie scraps you will want to hang on to, from here on out. 1.Basil Basil is a breeze to propagate. Simply take some healthy, fresh, 4-inch cuttings from a young basil plant. Leave just two sets of leaves at the top of each cutting, and remove the remaining leaves. Then, submerge the cuttings in a few inches of clean-water. It may take be...

    published: 21 Jun 2017
  • How To Regrow Fruit From Your Kitchen

    Check out the Tasty One-Stop Shop for cookbooks, aprons, hats, and more at TastyShop.com: http://bit.ly/2mEBY0e Here is what you'll need! How To Regrow Fruit From Your Kitchen NEED: Strawberry Raspberry Tomato Lemon Orange Avocado Pineapple Mason jars or cups Toothpicks All-purpose or seed-starting soil Strawberries Remove seeds from strawberry with a toothpick. Rinse the seeds off so no fruit is left on them then let them dry off completely. Fill a container almost all the way with all-purpose or seed-starting soil and flick the seeds into it. Cover seeds with ¼ inch of soil. Spray water on seeds, repeat every other day Leave seeds in sunlight Watch for seeds to sprout. Transfer to soil once sprouts grow their third leaves Raspberries Remove seeds from strawberry with a toothpick or ...

    published: 22 Apr 2017
  • 13 Essentials For Growing Your Own Food!

    So you have finally realized you are sick of being sick and tired and want to be happier and healthier? Good for you. Now that you are ready to get real about your well being and grow your own food, there are some criteria to meet to make your life a lot easier. I have put together a list of elements and areas that will help you reach your desired results. And remember... If you want to change a system, you cannot be dependent upon it. Obviously you will need to design your space and garden beds first, but this is list is the essentials to growing your own food and replacing your need for most of the grocery and pharmacy. Click here to download the checklist http://schoolofpermaculture.com/want-grow-food/#.WMs6ZjsrK00 View all tips, course dates, and latest updates: http://schoolofperm...

    published: 16 Mar 2017
  • Easiest Vegetables to Grow In a Small Space

    Here is what you'll need! How To Regrow Vegetables From Your Kitchen Potatoes MATERIALS 1 sweet potato 1 yellow potato Toothpicks Mason jar or cups Water INSTRUCTIONS Halve the sweet potatoes, and place cut side down in a jar filled with water. Use toothpicks stuck into the sweet potato to keep it slightly elevated from the bottom. Place it in direct sunlight. Replace with clean water every one to two days. Once the potatoes have roots and sprouts (called slips) about 4-5 inches long, twist the slips from the potato, and set them in their own bowl of shallow water. The slips will begin growing their own roots, and once they are one inch long, you can plant them in soil. Lettuce MATERIALS 1 head lettuce Mason jar or cup Water INSTRUCTIONS 1. On a cutting board, cut two...

    published: 25 May 2017
  • Growing & Harvesting Your Own Food

    Gardening and hunting experts, Ryan and Hillary Lampers discuss why growing it yourself is the next step many need to take to stay healthy. Connect with Ryan and Hillary: http://huntharvesthealth.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC__15nfyGZHaJtLEaaRUpUg Interested in gardening and backyard chickens? http://highintensityhealth.com/garden This episode is brought to you by: Somnifix.com, the world’s only hypoallergenic mouth tape, studied by Harvard Scientists. https://www.somnifix.com ➢ Health IQ, an insurance company that helps health conscious people like weightlifters, cyclist, keto dieters and vegetarians get lower rates on their life insurance. ➢ Get a Free Quote: http://healthiq.com/HIH Key Timestamps: 22:40- Food Waste 25:00 The truth about commercial Chicken and Poultr...

    published: 14 Apr 2018
  • 5 IMPORTANT Reasons Why You Should Grow Your Own Food

    This video outlines my five most important reasons why I believe you should grow your own food and are my main motivating factors for being as self-sufficient as possible on our small acreage homestead. Thanks for watching! :) Help support the Channel and buy a T-shirt/Merchandise from our Spreadshirt shop: https://goo.gl/ygrXwU Shop on Amazon for plants: https://bit.ly/2yRFNGQ Shop for plants on eBay Australia: https://bit.ly/2BPCykb Blog: http://www.selfsufficientme.com/ (use the search bar on my website to find info on certain subjects) Forum: http://www.selfsufficientculture.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SelfSufficie... Twitter: https://twitter.com/SufficientMe Subscribe to my channel: http://goo.gl/cpbojR Self Sufficient Me is based on our small 3-acre property/home...

    published: 17 Mar 2018
  • Sustainable Living: Innovative Ways To Grow Your Own Food!

    Sustainable Living: Innovative Ways To Grow Your Own Food! The word, Hydroponic, comes from Latin and means working water. Simply put, it is the art of growing plants without soil. When most people think of hydroponics, they think of plants grown with their roots suspended directly into water with no growing medium. This is just one type of hydroponic gardening known as N.F.T. (nutrient film technique). There are several variations of N.F.T. used around the world and it is a very popular method of growing hydroponically. What most people don't realize is that there are countless methods and variations of hydroponic gardening. If you give a plant exactly what it needs, when it needs it, in the amount that it needs, the plant will be as healthy as is genetically possible. With hydroponics...

    published: 29 Mar 2015
  • How to Grow Food for Free in the City

    This is a guide on how to grow food for free or with very little money in an urban environment. I cover all the limiting factors that typically prevent people from gardening including space, raised beds and containers, water, compost, soil, mulch, seeds and go into how to compost, how to make a compost bin, how to harvest rainwater, how to do grey water, how to forage and much more. The idea of this video and guide is to help you get past all the limiting challenges of gardening in the city and get you to start growing some food. This guide is geared particularly at how to grow food for free or with very little money in an urban environment where space may be limited. One of the main keys to growing food for free in the city is to utilize wasted materials and resources. Creating a minimal...

    published: 17 Mar 2017
  • A guide to growing your own food

    Gardening expert Frank Ferragine shows you the different types of fruits and veggies you can grow in your garden and how many to plant to feed a family of four.

    published: 21 Mar 2016
  • This IKEA indoor garden lets you grow your own food

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  • An introduction to growing your own fruit & veg

    Watch our introduction to growing your own, with expert advice and top tips to help you complete the job with confidence. Visit the official B&Q YouTube channel. Here you'll find the ideas and know-how you need to make your home improvement dream a reality: http://www.youtube.com/bandq Need a helping hand with your DIY project? We're always uploading new videos, so whatever your project, we're here to support you 24/7. Subscribe today so you don't miss out. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bandq For more advice go to http://www.diy.com/advice To shop at B&Q go to http://www.diy.com Join the B&Q Club for exclusive offers: http://www.diy.com/club Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bandq Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bandq Be inspired on Pint...

    published: 25 May 2012
  • My organic vegetable garden + some tips for growing your own food!

    In this video I show you my organic vegetable garden, it has been an amazing experience to grow my own food, it took a while to learn how to do it, but that has made it even more enjoyable! I grow a combination of herbs and vegetables, the herbs are good for tea and as medicines, plus they keep bugs away from the vegetables. Let me know if you have any questions or comments, thanks for watching, bye :) Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/paleostarblog Click here to see my new vegetable garden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDzA-qiNSqM

    published: 09 May 2014
  • Growing Enough Food to Feed a Family - How Much Do You Need to Plant?

    It seems like a simple question, but there are many factors to consider when working out whether you can grow all the fruit, herbs and vegetables your family eats in a year. In this video, we show how you can work out the amount of fresh food your family consumes, we explain what to consider when deciding which plants you will grow, and we suggest some techniques to help you grow more in the space you have to help meet your required yields. If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: http://www.GrowVeg.com http://gardenplanner.motherearthnews.com http://gardenplanner.almanac.com and many more...

    published: 14 Feb 2014
  • #1 Way to Save Money by Growing your Own Food at Home

    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the easiest plant to grow in your garden that will save you the most money compared to purchasing. In this video John will take a trip to the local Whole Foods Market to share with you how much these produce items normally sell for. He then returns to his garden to share with you some of the herbs he is growing, and demonstrates a simple dip you can make using some of your home-grown herbs and other common ingredients that tastes great and will enable you to eat healthier out of your garden.

    published: 19 May 2012
  • Did You Know You Can Grow Vegetables From Scraps?

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  • Urban Agroecoloy: 6,000 lbs of food on 1/10th acre - Urban Homestead - Urban Permaculture

    Go to https://FoodAbundance.com to join the Food Abundance movement. Over 6,000 pounds of food per year, on 1/10 acre located just 15 minutes from downtown Los Angeles. The Dervaes family grows over 400 species of plants, 4,300 pounds of vegetable food, 900 chicken and 1,000 duck eggs, 25 lbs of honey, plus seasonal fruits throughout the year. From 1/10th of an acre, four people manage to get over 90% of their daily food and the family reports earnings of $20,000 per year (AFTER they eat from what is produced). This is done without the use of the expensive & destructive synthetic chemicals associated with industrial mono-cropping, while simultaneously improving the fertility and overall condition of the land being used to grow this food on. Scaled up to an acre, that would equal $2...

    published: 21 Mar 2012
  • 8 Vegetables You Can Grow In Your Tiny Apartment All Year Round

    Growing Your Own Vegetable is Not Only Fun but you’ll know What Exactly Went into the plants at every stage which is not the case with store bought food. While growing plants in a busy city and apartment might seem like an impossible-task, There are fruits and veggies you can grow in pots that can sit pretty on a super small-porch, fire-escape, or even in a well-lit indoor area. And, unlike traditional gardens, you won’t have to deal with many intrusive weeds either!  NOTE: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health pro...

    published: 11 Sep 2017
  • Growing Green: Grow Your Own Fruit and Veg

    Graham Cole demonstrates how you can feed your family on your allotment and garden using vegetable compost and green manures to obtain good crops of high nutritional value. No poisons or artificial fertilisers are used. This method is the kindest to the environment and all Earth's creatures. Presenter Graham Cole is head gardener at Holywell House, Hampshire. Graham has 20 years experience growing crops stockfree organically, sustainably and ethically. Produced by David Graham. Made with a grant from The Movement for Compassionate Living. If you enjoyed this video, please consider buying the DVD or making a donation to support our organisation. Visit us at http://www.stockfreeorganic.net and http://www.veganorganic.net (c) 2011 Vegan Organic Network.

    published: 16 May 2012
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10 Steps To Growing Most Of My Food
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10 Steps To Growing Most Of My Food

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Here’re are the 10 Steps I used to grow most of my own food in just 100 days while working less than 10 hours a week. FULL INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO: http://bit.ly/2fn3pZf Access my full (30 minute plus) instructional video to apply these concepts yourself: http://bit.ly/2fn3pZf NOTE: You'll gain access to the instructional video immediately after joining my email list. This video is NOT public and has only been available as part of a paid package. But, today, you can access it for free. Benefit of joining my email list: - Three part video class on raising chickens. - Access to three chapter of my film, "Permaculture Chickens". - Weekly update on our most popular Vlog. - Somewhat weekly discoveries that inspire the sustainable lifestyle.
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Beginners Guide to Growing Your Own Food and Gardening
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Beginners Guide to Growing Your Own Food and Gardening

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I am particularly excited to share something special today, a new series I have been inspired to create, and seeing as how it is my birthday, what better day to gift you all with some new inspiration. And for a double dose of life juice follow my day to day cooking and growing tips on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youenjoylife/ Growing your own food is one of the most rewarding things that you can do. Imagine chomping into a fresh tomato picked right off the vine, its divine! Today I am going to take you on a guided journey to help you get inspired to grow your own food, and I am making it as easy as possible. Some of the things that we go over in this video: 1. Selecting the right soil for seeds 2. Selecting the right seeds 3. Knowing your growing conditions 4. Planting seeds 5. Thinning out seeds. 6. Using grow lights 7. Watering your plants 8. Germinating seeds 9. Replanting foods 10. Saving seeds 11. Taking care of your seedlings 12. Selecting containers to plant in 13. Understanding your limitations music by Blue Wednesday https://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday
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Grow Your Own Food 1 — Benefits of Homegrown Food Journey (NEL ep. 11)
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Grow Your Own Food 1 — Benefits of Homegrown Food Journey (NEL ep. 11)

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EBTV's New Earth Living with holistic and consciousness expansion teacher Evita Ochel (http://www.evitaochel.com) where she talks about how we can get more sustainable and self-sufficient by becoming accountable for some of our food production. She shares a tour of her food garden and tips for growing our food with harmony and balance with nature. Enjoy Evita's Optimal Health online video course at over 50% off using promo link below: https://www.udemy.com/optimal-health/?couponCode=YouTubeHealthy
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4 Tips And Tricks For Growing Your Own Food
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4 Tips And Tricks For Growing Your Own Food

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Get your life together with the Nifty Organization Journal: bit.ly/2AYkXm2 Check us out on Facebook! - facebook.com/buzzfeednifty Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/52703 MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network
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Toward a No-cost Garden: Grow Your Own Food for Next to Nothing (Frugal Gardening)
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Toward a No-cost Garden: Grow Your Own Food for Next to Nothing (Frugal Gardening)

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I'm convinced that the cost of growing your own food can get closer and closer to 0 over time. After initial investments in the first few years on things like garden tools, raised beds, and compost bins, costs can trend toward 0, even as soil fertility and yields continue to improve. If you shop on Amazon, you can support OYR simply by clicking this link (bookmark it too) before shopping: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=oneya-20 Topics: Frugal gardening, gardening on a budget, grow your own food, low cost gardening, edible perennials, perennial vegetables OYR is all about growing a lot of food on a little land using sustainable organic methods, while keeping costs and labor at a minimum. Emphasis is placed on improving soil quality with compost, mulch, and compost tea. No store-bought fertilizers, soil amendments, pesticides, compost activators, etc. are used.
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Grow Your Own Living Produce Aisle and Save Thousands of Dollars!
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Grow Your Own Living Produce Aisle and Save Thousands of Dollars!

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There is nothing better tasting than fresh produce, and nothing healthier too! The one problem with fresh produce is that it is highly perishable and this makes it expensive in the stores, especially if it is organic produce! By growing a garden you can save thousands off food bills and use that for fun money or savings. You can cut your food bill in half, and by preserving the produce in the freezer or by canning you can even extend those savings longer. It is a great way to eat healthy and feed a big family on a budget. It is truly one of the smartest investments worth making! Micro-tip snips -http://migardener.com/store/fiskars-micro-snips/
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8 Vegetables and Herbs You Can Re grow Again and Again Inside your House or Garden
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8 Vegetables and Herbs You Can Re grow Again and Again Inside your House or Garden

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here are 8 such Vegetables and Herbs You Can Regrow Again and Again in your garden. Do you throw your garlic-bulbs out once they start to sprout? What about your potatoes when they get a little wrinkly? How about ginger-root that sits out on the counter too long? Well, you could be getting a lot more value out of your produce than you may realize! Many popular edibles can be regrown from the scraps you're likely throwing-out. Keep watching for a list of veggie scraps you will want to hang on to, from here on out. 1.Basil Basil is a breeze to propagate. Simply take some healthy, fresh, 4-inch cuttings from a young basil plant. Leave just two sets of leaves at the top of each cutting, and remove the remaining leaves. Then, submerge the cuttings in a few inches of clean-water. It may take between 1-2 weeks for roots to form after which Plant it in a small-pot for the windowsill, or out in your garden.  2.Mint Another herb worth growing from cuttings is mint. Much like basil, you'll want cuttings about 4 to 5 inches in length. Remove lower leaves and place the cuttings in clean-water. Once roots develop, Transfer to a container filled with potting-soil.  3.Green Onions and Scallions Do you love to toss some green-onions on just about everything? Buy them once, and then grow them from the scraps on a windowsill. Place the root leftover from the green-onions in a couple of inches of water.  And in just a few days you'll notice roots form but also the leaves will start to grow. Continue to harvest while in water, or plant in a container of potting-soil. 4.Ginger Root Have you ever bought ginger-root and noticed little buds forming? Plant it! You'll have fresh ginger to harvest soon enough! Soak the roots overnight to encourage growth, and then you can transfer it to a container filled with potting-soil. Ginger doesn't like standing-water, so make sure your container has drainage-holes. ​ 5.Garlic If your garlic-cloves start to sprout, plant them! Garlic is one of the easiest plants to grow over and over again. One clove planted in the garden, in either early-fall or late winter depending on your area, can multiply into a bulb of multiple-cloves. 6.Celery Celery follows the same protocol as many others. Once you use the celery-stalks, save the end that's leftover. Place it root side down in clean water for around a week, then transfer the celery to rich, well-draining soil and watch it really start to take-off. 7.Lettuce Buy a fresh head of lettuce, make a salad, and plop the base of the leaves you're left with in a couple of inches of water. Within a week it will begin to regrow! And 8. Sweet-Potatoes If you love sweet-potatoes, consider growing them yourself! submerging more than half of a sweet-potato in a glass of water and sitting it on a sunny windowsill. Wait for sprouts to form and reach 4-inches or so Once roots form and grow a little, plant out in the garden. Please Subscribe! ▶ https://goo.gl/ksfh7M please note: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide. google plus: https://plus.google.com/b/113379601003474436812/113379601003474436812 Images licensed under Creative Commons: www.pixabay.com canstockphoto.com www.wikihow.com
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How To Regrow Fruit From Your Kitchen
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How To Regrow Fruit From Your Kitchen

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Check out the Tasty One-Stop Shop for cookbooks, aprons, hats, and more at TastyShop.com: http://bit.ly/2mEBY0e Here is what you'll need! How To Regrow Fruit From Your Kitchen NEED: Strawberry Raspberry Tomato Lemon Orange Avocado Pineapple Mason jars or cups Toothpicks All-purpose or seed-starting soil Strawberries Remove seeds from strawberry with a toothpick. Rinse the seeds off so no fruit is left on them then let them dry off completely. Fill a container almost all the way with all-purpose or seed-starting soil and flick the seeds into it. Cover seeds with ¼ inch of soil. Spray water on seeds, repeat every other day Leave seeds in sunlight Watch for seeds to sprout. Transfer to soil once sprouts grow their third leaves Raspberries Remove seeds from strawberry with a toothpick or by mashing a raspberry through a strainer. Rinse the seeds off so no fruit is left on them then let them dry off completely. Fill a container almost all the way with all-purpose or seed-starting soil and flick the seeds into it. Cover seeds with ¼ inch of soil. Spray water on seeds, repeat every other day Leave seeds in sunlight Transfer to soil once sprouts grow their third leaves Tomatoes Slice tomato into thirds horizontally. Take any of the thirds and place them in a cup or jar filled ¾ of the way with all-purpose soil. Cover the last fourth with soil to cover the tomato. Moisten soil considerably and leave in direct sunlight Spray water on seeds, repeat every other day Watch for seeds to sprout! Citrus Slice citrus in half and remove seeds. Rinse seeds off but do not allow to dry Fill a container ¾ of the way with all-purpose or seed-starting soil. Rinse the seeds off so no fruit is left on them then let them dry off completely. Fill a container ¾ of the way with all-purpose or seed-starting soil. Leave seeds in a warm place (on a refrigerator or near a water heater) Spray water on seeds, repeat every other day Watch for seeds to sprout! Avocado Slice an avocado in half and remove the seed. Rinse the seed off and allow to dry. Poke toothpicks in 3 sides of the seed. Place seed in a glass of water, relying on the toothpicks to hold it up so that only the bottom quarter of the seed is in the water (pointed end should be facing up out of the water). Change water once a week Roots should form in about 2-3 weeks. Transfer to Soil once roots reach about 2-3 inches Pineapple Slice the crown of a pineapple off so that there is as little fruit attached as possible. Pluck the leaves off so that about 5 inches of the crown is bare. Leave crown in a sunny spot to dry for 2-7 days Place seed in a glass of water, relying on the toothpicks to hold it up so that only the bottom quarter of the seed is in the water (pointed end should be facing up out of the water). Change water once a week Roots should form in about 2-3 weeks. Transfer to Soil once roots reach about 2-3 inches Check us out on Facebook! - facebook.com/buzzfeedtasty MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network VIDEO Red tomatoes mgost/Getty Images A strawberry plant blossoms and berries emerge Louie Schwartzberg/Getty Images Created by https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/13856
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13 Essentials For Growing Your Own Food!
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13 Essentials For Growing Your Own Food!

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So you have finally realized you are sick of being sick and tired and want to be happier and healthier? Good for you. Now that you are ready to get real about your well being and grow your own food, there are some criteria to meet to make your life a lot easier. I have put together a list of elements and areas that will help you reach your desired results. And remember... If you want to change a system, you cannot be dependent upon it. Obviously you will need to design your space and garden beds first, but this is list is the essentials to growing your own food and replacing your need for most of the grocery and pharmacy. Click here to download the checklist http://schoolofpermaculture.com/want-grow-food/#.WMs6ZjsrK00 View all tips, course dates, and latest updates: http://schoolofpermaculture.com Catch up with us on Facebook - We post tons of great info and inspiration! https://www.facebook.com/schoolofpermaculture See what we are pinning: https://www.pinterest.com/schoolofperma Let's connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/schoolofpermaculture Local in Texas and want to meetup? http://www.meetup.com/DFW-Permaculture-Sustainability WE LOVE YOU - THANKS SO MUCH FOR WATCHING!
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Easiest Vegetables to Grow In a Small Space
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Easiest Vegetables to Grow In a Small Space

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Here is what you'll need! How To Regrow Vegetables From Your Kitchen Potatoes MATERIALS 1 sweet potato 1 yellow potato Toothpicks Mason jar or cups Water INSTRUCTIONS Halve the sweet potatoes, and place cut side down in a jar filled with water. Use toothpicks stuck into the sweet potato to keep it slightly elevated from the bottom. Place it in direct sunlight. Replace with clean water every one to two days. Once the potatoes have roots and sprouts (called slips) about 4-5 inches long, twist the slips from the potato, and set them in their own bowl of shallow water. The slips will begin growing their own roots, and once they are one inch long, you can plant them in soil. Lettuce MATERIALS 1 head lettuce Mason jar or cup Water INSTRUCTIONS 1. On a cutting board, cut two inches of the base of lettuce off. 2. Set the lettuce on its base in a glass with ½ inch of water, and place it in sunlight. Change the water every day. 3. After 5-7 days, some new leaves should have begun to sprout from the center, and roots should be forming. Transfer it to soil and you can begin harvesting leaves when they reach 6-8 inches tall. Bok Choy MATERIALS 1 head bok choy Mason jar or cup Water INSTRUCTIONS On a cutting board, cut the the 2-inch base of the bok choy. Place the bok choy in a container with water and place in a sunny location. Replace with fresh water every day or two. Use a spray bottle to mist the center of the plant for extra hydration if necessary. With time, the outside of the bok choy will deteriorate and turn yellow, while the center will grow turing from a pale green to darker green. When the bok choy has grown new leafy-growth at its center, transfer it to a container with potting mix. The container must have a good drainage hole. Plant the bok choy deep, so only the tips of the new green leaves pointing up. Place in an area that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight a day. Bok choy requires a lot of water, so water generously. Scallions MATERIALS 1 bunch scallions Mason jar or cup Water INSTRUCTIONS On a cutting board, trim the base of the scallions, keeping approximately 2 inches of the roots and base intact. Place the roots in ½ inch of water with sunlight. Change the water every other day. Transfer to soil after 5-7 days or keep in the glass of water. You can begin harvesting when they are fully grown. Onions MATERIALS 1 red or yellow onion Pot Soil INSTRUCTIONS Trim the base of the onion into a cube, keeping 1-2 inches of the root base intact. Plant the onion directly into soil with a thin layer of soil covering the cut top. To make room in your garden, you can trim the sides of the onion as only the center is needed for regrowth. Harvest the onions when the green tops have yellowed and fallen over. Ginger MATERIALS 1 knob of ginger Baking dish Water Pot Soil INSTRUCTIONS Place the ginger in a baking dish and soak it in warm water for overnight. Ginger roots grow horizontally so fill a shallow, wide plant pot with rich, well-draining potting soil. If you want more than one plant, you can cut the root into pieces, as long as they are at least an inch long (each should each still have at least 3 “eyes”), and as long as each plant has at least 8 inches of its own space in the pot. Plant the ginger with the eye bud pointing up below 1-2 inches of soil. Water lightly (often, but not so that it is over soaked) and keep in a warm place, though not one with huge amounts of direct sunlight per day. It will take a few months before the ginger is large enough to begin harvesting pieces from it. Check us out on Facebook! - facebook.com/buzzfeedtasty Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/17351 MUSIC Licensed via Audio Network STILLS The Rapid Growth Of Spring Onions, Time-Lapse aleksask/Getty Images
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Growing & Harvesting Your Own Food
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Growing & Harvesting Your Own Food

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Gardening and hunting experts, Ryan and Hillary Lampers discuss why growing it yourself is the next step many need to take to stay healthy. Connect with Ryan and Hillary: http://huntharvesthealth.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC__15nfyGZHaJtLEaaRUpUg Interested in gardening and backyard chickens? http://highintensityhealth.com/garden This episode is brought to you by: Somnifix.com, the world’s only hypoallergenic mouth tape, studied by Harvard Scientists. https://www.somnifix.com ➢ Health IQ, an insurance company that helps health conscious people like weightlifters, cyclist, keto dieters and vegetarians get lower rates on their life insurance. ➢ Get a Free Quote: http://healthiq.com/HIH Key Timestamps: 22:40- Food Waste 25:00 The truth about commercial Chicken and Poultry farming
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5 IMPORTANT Reasons Why You Should Grow Your Own Food
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5 IMPORTANT Reasons Why You Should Grow Your Own Food

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This video outlines my five most important reasons why I believe you should grow your own food and are my main motivating factors for being as self-sufficient as possible on our small acreage homestead. Thanks for watching! :) Help support the Channel and buy a T-shirt/Merchandise from our Spreadshirt shop: https://goo.gl/ygrXwU Shop on Amazon for plants: https://bit.ly/2yRFNGQ Shop for plants on eBay Australia: https://bit.ly/2BPCykb Blog: http://www.selfsufficientme.com/ (use the search bar on my website to find info on certain subjects) Forum: http://www.selfsufficientculture.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SelfSufficie... Twitter: https://twitter.com/SufficientMe Subscribe to my channel: http://goo.gl/cpbojR Self Sufficient Me is based on our small 3-acre property/homestead in SE Queensland Australia about 45kms north of Brisbane - the climate is subtropical (similar to Florida). I started Self Sufficient Me in 2011 as a blog website project where I document and write about backyard food growing, self-sufficiency, and urban farming in general. I love sharing my foodie and DIY adventures online so come along with me and let's get into it! Cheers, Mark :)
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Sustainable Living: Innovative Ways To Grow Your Own Food!
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Sustainable Living: Innovative Ways To Grow Your Own Food!

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Sustainable Living: Innovative Ways To Grow Your Own Food! The word, Hydroponic, comes from Latin and means working water. Simply put, it is the art of growing plants without soil. When most people think of hydroponics, they think of plants grown with their roots suspended directly into water with no growing medium. This is just one type of hydroponic gardening known as N.F.T. (nutrient film technique). There are several variations of N.F.T. used around the world and it is a very popular method of growing hydroponically. What most people don't realize is that there are countless methods and variations of hydroponic gardening. If you give a plant exactly what it needs, when it needs it, in the amount that it needs, the plant will be as healthy as is genetically possible. With hydroponics this is an easy task; in soil it is far more difficult. With hydroponics the plants are grown in an inert growing medium and a perfectly balanced, pH adjusted nutrient solution is delivered to the roots in a highly soluble form. This allows the plant to uptake its food with very little effort as opposed to soil where the roots must search out the nutrients and extract them. This is true even when using rich, organic soil and top of the line nutrients. The energy expended by the roots in this process is energy better spent on vegetative growth and fruit and flower production. If you grow two genetically identical plants using soil for one and hydroponics for the other, you will almost immediately see the difference this factor makes. Faster, better growth and much greater yields are just some of the many reasons that hydroponics is being adapted around the world for commercial food production as well as a growing number of home, hobby gardeners. In the other hand, aquaponics is the marriage of aquaculture (raising fish) and hydroponics (the soil-less growing of plants) that grows fish and plants together in one integrated system. The fish waste provides an organic food source for the growing plants and the plants provide a natural filter for the water the fish live in. The third participants are the microbes (nitrifying bacteria) and composting red worms that thrive in the growing media. They do the job of converting the ammonia from the fish waste first into nitrites, then into nitrates and the solids into vermicompost that that are food for the plants. In combining both systems aquaponics capitalizes on the benefits and eliminates the drawbacks of each. For more information on aquaponics and hydroponics visit: Get to know aquaponics: http://www.backyardaquaponics.com/ What is aquaponics: http://theaquaponicsource.com/what-is-aquaponics/ What is hydroponics: http://www.simplyhydro.com/whatis.htm Hydroponics at Home and for Beginners: http://www.instructables.com/id/Hydroponics---at-Home-and-for-Beginners/
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How to Grow Food for Free in the City
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How to Grow Food for Free in the City

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This is a guide on how to grow food for free or with very little money in an urban environment. I cover all the limiting factors that typically prevent people from gardening including space, raised beds and containers, water, compost, soil, mulch, seeds and go into how to compost, how to make a compost bin, how to harvest rainwater, how to do grey water, how to forage and much more. The idea of this video and guide is to help you get past all the limiting challenges of gardening in the city and get you to start growing some food. This guide is geared particularly at how to grow food for free or with very little money in an urban environment where space may be limited. One of the main keys to growing food for free in the city is to utilize wasted materials and resources. Creating a minimal environmental impact is a central part of everything in this guide and utilizing wasted materials and resources is one of the best ways to keep our environmental impact small. For more information go to https://www.RobGreenfield.tv/growfood Rob Greenfield is an adventurer, activist, and humanitarian for a sustainable and just world. He donates 100% of his media income to grassroots nonprofits. His YouTube channel is a source for all things sustainable living, off the grid, simple living, zero waste, tiny house, grow your own food, cycling, and green. Find Rob Greenfield on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RobGreenfield Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobJGreenfield @RobJGreenfield Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RobJGreenfield @RobJGreenfield https://www.RobGreenfield.tv Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/4uAS/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/5Q1M/
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A guide to growing your own food
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A guide to growing your own food

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Gardening expert Frank Ferragine shows you the different types of fruits and veggies you can grow in your garden and how many to plant to feed a family of four.
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This IKEA indoor garden lets you grow your own food
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This IKEA indoor garden lets you grow your own food

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An introduction to growing your own fruit & veg
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An introduction to growing your own fruit & veg

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Watch our introduction to growing your own, with expert advice and top tips to help you complete the job with confidence. Visit the official B&Q YouTube channel. Here you'll find the ideas and know-how you need to make your home improvement dream a reality: http://www.youtube.com/bandq Need a helping hand with your DIY project? We're always uploading new videos, so whatever your project, we're here to support you 24/7. Subscribe today so you don't miss out. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=bandq For more advice go to http://www.diy.com/advice To shop at B&Q go to http://www.diy.com Join the B&Q Club for exclusive offers: http://www.diy.com/club Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bandq Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bandq Be inspired on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/bandq Find new ideas on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bandq_uk
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My organic vegetable garden + some tips for growing your own food!
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My organic vegetable garden + some tips for growing your own food!

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In this video I show you my organic vegetable garden, it has been an amazing experience to grow my own food, it took a while to learn how to do it, but that has made it even more enjoyable! I grow a combination of herbs and vegetables, the herbs are good for tea and as medicines, plus they keep bugs away from the vegetables. Let me know if you have any questions or comments, thanks for watching, bye :) Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/paleostarblog Click here to see my new vegetable garden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDzA-qiNSqM
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Growing Enough Food to Feed a Family - How Much Do You Need to Plant?
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Growing Enough Food to Feed a Family - How Much Do You Need to Plant?

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It seems like a simple question, but there are many factors to consider when working out whether you can grow all the fruit, herbs and vegetables your family eats in a year. In this video, we show how you can work out the amount of fresh food your family consumes, we explain what to consider when deciding which plants you will grow, and we suggest some techniques to help you grow more in the space you have to help meet your required yields. If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: http://www.GrowVeg.com http://gardenplanner.motherearthnews.com http://gardenplanner.almanac.com and many more...
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#1 Way to Save Money by Growing your Own Food at Home
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#1 Way to Save Money by Growing your Own Food at Home

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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the easiest plant to grow in your garden that will save you the most money compared to purchasing. In this video John will take a trip to the local Whole Foods Market to share with you how much these produce items normally sell for. He then returns to his garden to share with you some of the herbs he is growing, and demonstrates a simple dip you can make using some of your home-grown herbs and other common ingredients that tastes great and will enable you to eat healthier out of your garden.
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Did You Know You Can Grow Vegetables From Scraps?
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Did You Know You Can Grow Vegetables From Scraps?

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Now go fourth and impress your friends. Here are the instructions!: http://bzfd.it/2d6Moiq GET MORE BUZZFEED: www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam www.facebook.com/buzzfeedvideo www.instagram.com/buzzfeedvideo www.buzzfeed.com/video www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet BUZZFEED VIDEO BuzzFeed Motion Picture’s flagship channel. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious, always shareable. New videos posted daily! Subscribe to BuzzFeedVideo today! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo
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Urban Agroecoloy: 6,000 lbs of food on 1/10th acre - Urban Homestead - Urban Permaculture
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Urban Agroecoloy: 6,000 lbs of food on 1/10th acre - Urban Homestead - Urban Permaculture

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Go to https://FoodAbundance.com to join the Food Abundance movement. Over 6,000 pounds of food per year, on 1/10 acre located just 15 minutes from downtown Los Angeles. The Dervaes family grows over 400 species of plants, 4,300 pounds of vegetable food, 900 chicken and 1,000 duck eggs, 25 lbs of honey, plus seasonal fruits throughout the year. From 1/10th of an acre, four people manage to get over 90% of their daily food and the family reports earnings of $20,000 per year (AFTER they eat from what is produced). This is done without the use of the expensive & destructive synthetic chemicals associated with industrial mono-cropping, while simultaneously improving the fertility and overall condition of the land being used to grow this food on. Scaled up to an acre, that would equal $200,000 per year! To follow the Dervaes and their Urban Homesteading activites, you can find them at http://urbanhomestead.org Urban and near-urban farming can be highly productive, causing whatever size of land you have to work with to produce with more abundance. It is time to solve hunger worldwide, through creating local food abundance.... Anyone can do it, once you learn how. To join the Food Abundance movement, go to https://FoodAbundance.com
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8 Vegetables You Can Grow In Your Tiny Apartment All Year Round
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8 Vegetables You Can Grow In Your Tiny Apartment All Year Round

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Growing Your Own Vegetable is Not Only Fun but you’ll know What Exactly Went into the plants at every stage which is not the case with store bought food. While growing plants in a busy city and apartment might seem like an impossible-task, There are fruits and veggies you can grow in pots that can sit pretty on a super small-porch, fire-escape, or even in a well-lit indoor area. And, unlike traditional gardens, you won’t have to deal with many intrusive weeds either!  NOTE: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide. Images licensed under Creative Commons: www.wikihow.com canstockphoto.com www.pixabay.com Pinterest
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Growing Green: Grow Your Own Fruit and Veg
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Growing Green: Grow Your Own Fruit and Veg

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Graham Cole demonstrates how you can feed your family on your allotment and garden using vegetable compost and green manures to obtain good crops of high nutritional value. No poisons or artificial fertilisers are used. This method is the kindest to the environment and all Earth's creatures. Presenter Graham Cole is head gardener at Holywell House, Hampshire. Graham has 20 years experience growing crops stockfree organically, sustainably and ethically. Produced by David Graham. Made with a grant from The Movement for Compassionate Living. If you enjoyed this video, please consider buying the DVD or making a donation to support our organisation. Visit us at http://www.stockfreeorganic.net and http://www.veganorganic.net (c) 2011 Vegan Organic Network.
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