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Health Concerns About Treated Wood For Garden Boxes

Health Concerns About Treated Wood For Garden Boxes

Health Concerns About Treated Wood for Garden Boxes. Part of the series: Winter Planning for Spring Gardens. Pressure treated wood, when used in raised vegetable gardens, can be a cause for concern. Learn about the toxic substances contained in treated wood with help from a gardener in this free vid...

Materials For Raised Garden Beds

Materials For Raised Garden Beds

Subscribe to the BHG Channel: How to Build a Raised Bed: Watch more Landscaping videos: Watch as Better Homes and Gardens shows you how to make a raised garden bed with different materials! Raised garden beds are one of the most popular and easiest ways to grow a vegetable garden, and building these...

How To Make A Raised Bed Garden!

How To Make A Raised Bed Garden!

The garden is expanding. I've learned a lot this year so it was time to up my game and use the extra "wasted" space on the other side of my yard.I used 2x12x10' pressure treated lumber, 1x2x18" stakes as the setup. The cardboard serves as a weed barrier, and the adjustable dripper sta...

Raised Bed Plans For Gardening On Cement, Schoolyards, Or Contaminated Soil : Gardenfork.tv

Raised Bed Plans For Gardening On Cement, Schoolyards, Or Contaminated Soil : Gardenfork.tv

Raised Bed Plan perfect for gardening on contaminated soil, or schoolyards or cement or asphalt areas. Perfect for urban gardening, school gardening, or gardening on top of cement or raised bed plan uses pressure treated lumber, but protects the clean garden soil from the treated lumber with a plast...

Building A Simple Ornamental Raised Garden Bed

Building A Simple Ornamental Raised Garden Bed

I used this simple design that will allow me to use strategies similar to square foot gardening. I also made the soil mix partially based on square foot gardening principles. Because this is using pressure treated wood this should last for many years to come.Finished size is 10.5"x18". Thi...

How To Build A Raised Bed Garden Frame With Pressure Treated Lumber.

How To Build A Raised Bed Garden Frame With Pressure Treated Lumber.

Mungo Darkmatter builds a raised by garden frame out of 2 by 10 pressure treated Pressure Treated Lumber Safe for Building Raised Bed Gardens:Raised Bed Gardening...

Is Pressure Treated Wood Harmful To Use In The Garden?

Is Pressure Treated Wood Harmful To Use In The Garden?

When selecting wood to make raised beds often people will recommend avoiding pressure treated wood siting the preservatives may be harmful. In this month's installment of our testing garden assumptions series I thought I would put this to the wood if left to the elements will decompose. If the wood ...

Self-watering Sip Sub-irrigated Raised Bed Construction  (how To Build)

Self-watering Sip Sub-irrigated Raised Bed Construction (how To Build)

This tutorial explains how to build an S.I.P. Raised Bed. But going further, it also teaches the fundamental mechanics of a self-watering system. Although this focuses on a wicking bed, the same principles apply to sub-irrigated tote containers. You'll be able design and build a water-saving grow sy...

Raised Bed Questions And Answers

Raised Bed Questions And Answers

What's the best wood?Treated or Untreated? How big should the raised bed be?All of your posted questions will be answered here along with my EZ tip on how to remove rust from your garden tools with no NEW Facebook page: My indoor gardening channel: Add me on Google+ to be updated with new episodes A...

Using Treated Lumber In Raised Garden Beds

Using Treated Lumber In Raised Garden Beds

3/18/95-Host Steve Dobbs is joined by Dr. Earl Allen of the OSU soils testing lab to discuss the safety of using treated lumber in raised garden beds...

Raised Garden Bed

Raised Garden Bed

This video provides detailed instructions for creating a raised garden bed, complete with a fountain. Pressure-treated southern pine and cedar are combined to make the bed a true centerpiece!...

Building A Raised Garden Bed

Building A Raised Garden Bed

This is a very simple carpentry project I did recently building raised garden beds. It is recommended to build beds out of cedar, redwood, black locust or some other rot resistant wood. Treated lumber is not recommended, though the government says that the new preservatives are safe. Personally, I w...

Raised Garden Beds - Homemade

Raised Garden Beds - Homemade

This video shows how I make raised garden beds. This is my favorite garden bed design. So easy, and cost effective! I use untreated lumber to avoid the toxins of "treated" lumber. Enjoy making your own!...

Is Pressure Treated Wood Safe As A Raised Garden Bed? & More Gardening Q&a

Is Pressure Treated Wood Safe As A Raised Garden Bed? & More Gardening Q&a

John from answers your organic gardening questions. Help John to close caption his videos and get your questions answered with the links below:John will personally call you and do a 10 minute garden coaching session:In this episode, John will answer the following questions:02:14 What is the best cro...

How To Make Easy Raised Beds For Vegetable Gardening.

How To Make Easy Raised Beds For Vegetable Gardening.

DIY instruction for making cheap and simple raised beds for your garden. These don't rot or leach chemicals into the soil like treated lumber does. No carpentry experience needed and easily done by yourself. Recycling plastic drums.Royalty free audio files provided by...

1.1 Raised Beds: Constructing A Frame

1.1 Raised Beds: Constructing A Frame

HOW TO BUILD RAISED BED GARDEN FRAMENote: I use untreated pine wood to build my frames. Cedar is a better option but much pricier. I recommend avoiding treated wood as the chemicals will seep into your garden soil. If you do use treated wood, please consider inserting a thick liner to keep the soil ...

Gardening & Plant Care : How To Shore Up A Raised Garden Bed

Gardening & Plant Care : How To Shore Up A Raised Garden Bed

Shore up a raised garden bed by adding corner pieces to the surround wood or placing rocks all the way around the raised bed. Avoid using weather-treated wood for a raised garden bed, as chemicals can seep into the garden, with advice from a sustainable gardener in this free video on gardening...

Australian Gardens - How To Build An Organic Raised Garden Bed! Hunters Hill, Nsw 2110 Australia

Australian Gardens - How To Build An Organic Raised Garden Bed! Hunters Hill, Nsw 2110 Australia

This is how we built our new organic raised garden used wood called ipil (Intsia bijuga), for the ipil-ipil tree, or commonly called merbau here in Australia. We like to use this natively grown merbau as it does not contain CCA (chromated copper arsenate) or ACA (ammoniacal copper arsenate), and is ...

Vgn Q & A: Episode 2 - Building Raised Beds In Your Garden

Vgn Q & A: Episode 2 - Building Raised Beds In Your Garden

Weekly Q & A: This week's question from Jen has to do with how to build raised beds for your garden: "What material should one build raised beds or growing pyramids out of? I know pressure treated lumber can't be good, so what low cost options are there?"Check back every Friday for our...

Pressure Treated Wood?

Pressure Treated Wood?

Why I am ok with using pressure treated wood for my raised beds, even though it's not 100% ideal...