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10 Secrets for Growing More Vegetables in a Small Space

Do you dream of harvesting lots of fresh delicious vegetables outside your kitchen door,

but you have limited space, time, or physical ability?

Don't give up your dream!  

Discover how to...

  • Harvest up to 240 servings of vegetables from a tiny 4'x4' garden bed.
  • Produce high yields, using 50% fewer seeds and transplants
  • Know when you should or should not use raised garden beds
  • Double or triple your harvests with succession planting.
  • Produce earlier and larger vegetable crops.
  • Harvest up to $150 of organic food from one small garden bed
  • and much, much more...

How much food can you produce from a small garden?
A lot more than you might think!

We have canned as much as 60 pints (240 servings) of tomatoes from a garden the size of a twin-size bed. By growing multiple crops, you can harvest even more food from the same space!

How much food you can harvest from your own garden will depend on many different factors - the quality of your soil, your unique climate and growing season, hours of sunlight, the vegetable varieties you choose to grow, and more.

In my garden here in the mountains of Virginia, it's pretty easy for me to harvest at least 2 pounds per square foot for many vegetables. By combining most of the methods I describe in this course, I have harvested as much as 6 pounds per square foot.

I can't promise that you'll be able to harvest the same amount of food that I have, but the methods I share in this course will help you to grow the largest amount possible in your own garden site.

So, don't think that you have to have a large garden in order to grow a lot of food! By following many of the methods described in this course, you can enjoy abundant vegetables from a small space.

I almost feel guilty for accepting your free course without paying for it because it contains so much good useful material. Again thank you very much for your tips and information.


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10 Secrets for Growing More Vegetables in a Small Space


The Many Advantages of Using Garden Beds - and When Not To!

Regional Tips:

If you are gardening in a dry climate, and are irrigating with surface or ground water or are using a lot of certain types of organic matter, you may develop problems with salt build-up in your soil. Here are some helpful suggestions from the Cooperative Extension program:  

Solutions to Soil Problems: High Salinity

If you are gardening in Washington, Oregon, or California, you may experience problems with symphylans – small arthropods that live in the soil and eat organic matter and plant roots. Permanent organic gardens that are irrigated regularly can become so badly infested that most vegetables may become badly stunted.

Here are a couple of resources that may be helpful to you:

Potatoes to the Rescue!
I don't know if this method works as well in small garden beds as it does in larger fields, but if you're having major problems with this pest, I think it's worth trying.

Symphylans: Soil Pest Management Options
You can download a PDF copy of this publication for free. This is oriented to commercial farmers, but I found the photos and information very helpful.

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Spacing Your Vegetables for Healthy Plants and High Yields


Creating Healthy Soil to Produce Larger Harvests

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Double or Triple Your Harvests with Deep Soil

Related Articles:

Using Deeper Soil for Higher Yields

Do You Really Need Raised Garden Beds?
(includes directions for testing soil drainage)


Grow More Food in Less Space with Vertical Gardening


Maximize Your Garden Yields with Interplanting

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Grow 2-3 Crops Per Year with Succession Planting

Related Articles:

How to Enjoy Fresh Salad Every Week of the Year

How to Harvest 3 Crops a Year from Small Garden Beds

Interactive Tool:

Seed-Starting Date Calculator

International Resource:

This is an incredible resource!

This site provides maps of hardiness zones, frost dates, high/low temperatures, and more...


Choose Early-Maturing Varieties to Increase Your Harvest

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Using Transplants to Grow More Food in Your Small Garden


Grow More Vegetables by Extending Your Growing Season

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Congratulations on completing this course!

By using these 10 secrets, you’ll be able to harvest the maximum amount of food possible from a small garden space, with the least amount of time and labor.

Important!   Don't start out by trying to use all ten of these methods at the same time. You will need to gradually become familiar with how various plants grow in your unique soil and climate.

Start small, and begin with a few basic methods that you feel comfortable with using first. Then, as you become more familiar with your garden, gradually start adding more methods. 

As your garden skills and soil improves over the years, you will eventually learn how to combine all of these methods in order to harvest the maximum amount of food possible from a small space!

Have you provided a testimonial for this course yet? (See below)  If so, thank you so much!  Also, please share this course with your gardening friends and community.

Thank you so much for joining the Abundant Mini Gardens community!

Happy Gardening!

~ Debra

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