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Best Tips to Grow Lots of Food Despite Summer Heat & a Full Time Job


John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Epic Yard Farm in the Phoenix, Arizona area to share with you how a couple is able to grow lots of food in the heat while working two full-time jobs.

In this episode, you will learn the tips you need so you can grow lots of food despite the summer heat and having a full-time job so you can eat more from your garden instead of the grocery store.

You will get a full tour of the Epic Yard Farm in Tempe, Arizona that grows a permaculture food forest-style vegetable gardening growing many different vegetables and fruit trees.

You will learn about the many techniques Epic Yard Farm uses to grow food despite the summer desert heat.

Finally, John will interview Jacq Davis to learn more about the Epic Yard Farm, Gardening in Phoenix, and Taste Testing Caper Berries are grown in Arizona.

After watching this episode, you will learn how you can grow lots of food with little work.

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Original Video at El Toro Loco’s Garden
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Referenced Links:
Epic Yard Farm YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/c/epicyardfarm

Epic Yard Farm Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/epicyardfarm/

Epic Yard Farm Web site
https://epicyardfarm.com/

Epic Yard Farm Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/epicyardfarm/?hl=en

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