This is the 5th installment of the Alaska Grown DIY Gardening Hacks series in Hatcher Pass, Alaska in the Matanuska Valley in southcentral Alaska.
This whole series is a HACK and turns the gardening world upside!
0:28 Utilizing Mulch
1:00 Rich Organic Bio-mass
1:14 No Weeding
1:29 No Watering
1:45 No Tilling
2:02 No Fertilizer
3:00 No Pesticides
3:50 No Herbicides
You only spend 30 minutes a week in your garden as there is:
That’s a “Life Hack” – grow your own super food and only spend 30 minutes a week growing your own super food 100% organic and no pesticides, no fertilizer, no herbicides source!
Follow this series as this master gardener shares his vast amount of experience and expertise garnered from 33 years consecutive gardening.
No watering, no weeding, 100% organic sustainable home gardening. As a lifelong Alaskan venture forth with us as we plant a new sustainable garden on our Alaskan property nestled in the Matanuska Valley home to some of the largest vegetables in the world. With Alaska’s midnight sun the growing season is long in total hours of sunlight producing not only great crops but as enhances the moods of Alaskans and visitors alike. Sustainable living is a passion and Alaska affords us the lifestyle to be self sufficient.
Gardening in Alaska may look easy from the outside! Super long days, nutrient rich soils, clean air and abundant fresh water and roam to spread ones wings! Certainly all the right conditions. The opportunity is the ritual and reward of gardening and controlling ones own food source and when combined with 100% organic vegetable harvest the effort makes plain economic and food sense – Take the personal challenge to grow something this season and follow along as we share one of the worlds last secret oasis of sustainability, preparedness, survivalism and thriving where ever one is planted!