13th Anniversary garden design courses sale: https://www.successfulgardendesigner.com/13

Yannick Van Doorne Electroculture English website: https://www.electrocultureandmagnetoculture.com/

Great interview explaining Electroculture and how to do it: https://alive528.com/v/16474

And do check out the Garden like a Viking YouTube Channel for a wealth of valuable vegetable growing information!

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Rachel Mathews
Rachel Mathews

Professional international garden designer for over 30 years. My mission is to de-mystify garden design and make it easy for people to successfully design their own garden - without needing to spend a fortune!

    5 replies to "GT11 – Potato comparison – traditional vs Ruth Stout, polytunnel & allotment tour, Electroculture & KNF"

    • Arlynn

      You are always so inspiring. I love that you are always ready to try new things. I recently started using the JADAM Korean Organic Farming Method and can attest to its effectiveness and ease of use. The fertilizer and insecticide have been a game changer. I cleared out all those bottles of this and that – now. I have more room in my shed. I’ve saved so much money in NOT buying bottles of chemicals. My orchard has never been healthier, my flowers have never been prettier and my garden has never produced so much – about 30% more than before JADAM. I have more worms, the soil is almost black and is fluffy. I like that the results are almost immediate and I fret less about garden issues. I will never go back to chemicals. Today I’m collecting all the leaves in my neighborhood for my garden. Highly, highly recommend JADAM. Interested to see your results with electroculture. Good luck.

      • Rachel Mathews

        Oh wow, that’s fantastic, Arlynn so great to hear you’ve had such a transformation so quickly! I can’t wait even more now to try it all out :o)

    • Arlynn

      Because you are working to improve soil and nutrient density, one item to consider acquiring is a refractometer for measuring brix. It’s the best way I’ve found to evaluate if the nutrient density is increasing in your garden crop. You don’t need an expensive scientific unit, I paid less than $20USD on amazon. It works fine. In addition to quantity, quality and taste, I like having something objective (a number) as a measure of success in my crop.

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