Quite Possibly the Perfect Gardening System

WOW. I’M SPEECHLESS. I just watched the most incredible film at http://backtoedenfilm.com/ ! For many years I have had the feeling that modern man is in a sort of slavery. Many of us work at jobs we don’t like for pay that just barely makes ends meet. Many like me have yearned for freedom from the treadmill and craziness we see in the modern world and are taking small steps. We live in the country, we garden, we keep a dairy cow or goat and a small flock of chickens. Some of us have wells or other independent water systems and so on. But one of the things that has consistently baffled me about self sufficient living is gardening. I’ve seen my friends for years tilling, tilling, tilling, hoeing, hoeing, hoeing, weeding, weeding, weeding, adding fertilizer, spraying pesticides and fixing broken tillers. In short, working far too hard for the produce they get. I knew there had to be a better way and this year I discovered Charles Wilber and his world record 300+ lb tomato plants. I also discovered permies.com, Hugelkultur, and Patricia Lanza and her Lasagna Gardening method and I felt like I was very close to having the answer. But I was only close. I knew I had not arrived yet because I still had not solved the mystery of how to grow fruit trees with no pesticides. And the Lasagna gardening method still had one piece that was not acceptable to me – purchased peat moss. To me the ultimate gardening system should use freely available materials, no fertilizers, no watering, AND be ten times less work than tiller gardening. So I kept Googling and talking to people. Then it happened! A friend told me about a film called “Back to Eden”. He said it was about no-till gardening so it piqued my interest, but I had no idea how amazing this film would be. Here’s the link. You have GOT to see this film! http://backtoedenfilm.com/ Paul Gautschi is one of those rare individuals who has discovered the most amazing secrets of creation while having such a giving, generous heart and a desire to share his discoveries with everyone. To summarize the film briefly, Paul uses freely available wood chips, leaves, grass clippings and other freely available organic material to create his garden. He does not till. He does not fertilize. He has virtually no insect pests. He does not water after the plants sprout. His weeding is minimal and very easy. He grows everything – from tomatoes to carrots to cabbages to strawberries to apple trees. And all of his produce is much more nutritious than grocery store produce because of the wood chips. This is a key point. Trees are nature’s miners – designed by God to have deep roots which mine deep into the earth and bring up nutrients and minerals which have been depleted from modern topsoil by faulty modern farming methods. WOW! I thought I had arrived when I discovered Joel Salatin and his land healing with cow herds. That indeed was a wonderful discovery which I intend to fully implement in time, but this film for me is like finding the last piece to the puzzle. Now, with Paul Gautschi and Joel Salatin, I feel like I literally have the most fundamental answers for human freedom – No Work Gardening and Automatic Land Healing. Add to that my recent discovery of Ken Nair and his amazing Marriage Seminar (http://truthmatters.info/ancient-hebrew-hieroglyphic/) and I feel like I’ve almost arrived Back to Eden! Enjoy!

3 Responses to “Quite Possibly the Perfect Gardening System”

  1. royalblood says:

    Yes indeed, We have been working this system for about 5 months now. It delivers as shown. Bigger,sweeter,juicier brighter looking produce. Every We just cant eat all that we planted thus far its too much . We have to give away much of what we plant.

    This is the way God does things ,Easy ,free,practical.

  2. royalblood says:

    Yes indeed, We have been working this system for about 5 months now. It delivers as shown. Bigger,sweeter,juicier brighter looking produce. Every We just cant eat all that we planted thus far its too much . We have to give away much of what we plant.

    This is the way God does things ,Easy ,free,practical.
    Its worth a try , Let me know and i cam post some pictures.

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