Low Cost Vegetables with your Own Square Foot Garden
by TJ Chambers
It is critical to have fresh foods in your diet whether you have ADHD or not. The cost of food is going to continue to go up with future shortages on the way. Now is the time to learn to grow your own food, cut costs, and be self sufficient. This video shows a simple way to have your own garden in your house, on your patio/balcony, or in your yard.
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