Urban Homestead Grows 150 Fruit Trees in the Desert on 1/3 Acre



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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Phoenix, Arizona to share with you an urban homestead that grows 150 fruit trees on just 1/3 of an acre. You will also learn about other vegetables and animals on the property in the Sonoran Desert climate.

In this episode, John visits Jake Mace, once of his viewers that is growing food successfully in Phoenix. You will get a tour of Jake's place showing many of his edible fruit trees, also sharing his main method of fertilizing his trees, how he waters his trees, the vegetables that grows the best in the desert, and how Jake uses animals to his benefit without eating them.

You will learn about a cold tolerant avocado, the best perennial onion to grow in a desert climate, you will also learn animal jake lets graze in his yard to eat all the weeds, and it is not goats.

Finally, John will sit down with this urban homesteader and you will find out, why Jake decided to start growing his food, his opinions on animals on the homestead, how Jake lives on a plant based diet and can do more push ups than you, and much, much more.

After watching this episode, you will have a better awareness of how you can successfully grow fruit trees in a desert climate, how to use animals to your benefit on an urban homestead without eating them, and how you can thrive on a plant based diet.

Referenced Video:
Echo in South Florida
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECkANyOV_dw

Check out Jake at his website:
http://www.jakemace.com/

Learn more about Jake and Watch his videos on gardening at:
https://www.youtube.com/user/VeganAthlete

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http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens

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