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This Family Grows 6,000 lbs of Food on 1/10th of an Acre

Wow!

I’ve recently been thinking about growing food in small spaces and I think you’ll love this. It’s a short video on how this family grows 6,000 lbs of food on 1/10th of an acre!

Incredible! Watch it here:

How would you like to turn your little home into something similar?

Sounds cool doesn’t it? But I can understand… it might be a little intimidating to turn your whole backyard upside down. Here’s the good news, you don’t have to tear up your whole yard to start growing nutrient dense food.

In fact, the EASIEST way to start is by growing microgreens. And they can grow right on your kitchen windowsill.

Plus get this: they have up to 40x more nutrients than regular veggies, they only take 14 days to grow from seed to harvest, and it’s so easy your 6-year old can do it.

Wanna give it a try? Check out our 14 Day Microgreens Challenge here

Can’t wait to see the smile on your face when you get your first taste of your very own homegrown microgreens!

Keep up the good work and share with me about your experience with growing in small spaces in the comments below:

10 Comments

  • Margaret Simpson

    Reply Reply April 21, 2015

    I really enjoyed the information. Hope to learn more.

  • Kim

    Reply Reply April 21, 2015

    This is an amazing story!!! I have seen urban gardens but I will have to say that this one tops them all. Bless their heart with their progressive efforts to “bloom where they are planted”. 🙂 A very encouraging story for all in the days we are living in. We are not in an urban area and are fortunate to have some property and I especially found it encouraging. It just goes to show that anyone can eat and grow more healthy food if they are willing to try and be diligent. Thanks for sharing this story!

    • Paul

      Reply Reply May 22, 2015

      You are welcome Kim and isn’t it inspiring? I love it!

  • Patty

    Reply Reply May 20, 2015

    Amazing what can be accomplished in a relatively small area but i t looks like it took some money to build it up

    • Paul

      Reply Reply May 22, 2015

      Mmmmm… yes I’m sure it was an investment. But considering the produce they get off of it I’m sure they have more than gotten a return on the investment! Amazing little place. I’d love to go visit sometime. 🙂

  • Pamela

    Reply Reply July 27, 2015

    Amazing that’s the only word for this. I am so inspired to do more in my own gardens. Thanks!

  • Wayne

    Reply Reply April 18, 2017

    Paul, I am trying to do the micro greens challenge, but not sure which seeds to get. Which do you recommend?

    • Paul

      Reply Reply April 21, 2017

      Hey Wayne! Fantastic. I’d suggest starting with Kale and some Red Cabbage. Red Cabbage has the highest nutrients ever recorded. Lettuce is another easy one to start out with.

  • Ellis E. Howard

    Reply Reply May 16, 2017

    We live northern BC Canada and grow good size garden each year. Growing season a little but we extend it some by using small greenhouse. Glad to see what you are doing keep up good work.

    • Paul

      Reply Reply May 17, 2017

      Hi Ellis – Thanks for sharing about your garden! I love it. 🙂 And thank you for the encouragement and kind words.

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