Growing Carrots Sustainably in Raised Beds


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This is a beautiful love filled video of sustainability in action.
In this video Quinn and QiQi harvest sweet carrots from the tire raised beds.
The main question we get is about the tire raised beds. Many comment that they have concerns that they are “bad” because they are rubber.
All we can say is we have been doing it for 6 years and never felt any problems whatsoever. In fact Quinn who has eaten the most out of them in these 6 years is the healthiest Man we have ever met anywhere.
So either there is no danger, or the sacred blessed enriornment of Eden alchemizes whatever “bad” there is into good.
An important note is that everything but direct experience is hearsay. SO the only way to be sure is to do some kind of soil test on soil in raised beds with tires. Anyone who wants to do that and let us know would be welcomed.

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