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Video – Learn How to Grow Food In Your Backyard or Patio Using Our Free iOS & Android App! (Recorded @ 2020 OKC H&G Show)

This is a recording of Dale’s presentation at the 2020 OKC Home & Garden Show about how you can start growing your own food using our free app!

Learn how to grow your own food using our free “From Seed to Spoon” iOS and Android app that makes growing food simple!

Our Free App Makes it Simple for You to Grow Your Own Fruits, Vegetables and Herbs in Your Backyard or Patio Container Vegetable or Food Garden! 

  • Personalized Planting Dates
  • Companion Planting Guide
  • Filter Plants by Health Benefit
  • Recipes
  • Organic Pest Treatments
  • Beneficial Insects
  • Garden+ Tracking Coming Spring, 2020!

We started growing food in 2015 because we wanted to live healthier lives, eat more nutritious food, and save money on groceries. We quickly became obsessed and built our Free From Seed to Spoon app to make it easy for everyone to grow their own food!

Personalized Planting Dates for 100+ Foods!
We take the guesswork out of knowing when you should plant seeds by calculating planting dates based on your GPS location!

You can also manually change your location to see planting dates for anywhere!

Identify & Manage Pests Organically!
You’re going to start seeing a lot of bugs in your garden once you start growing food, and lots of them are good for your garden! We make it easy to determine which ones are good or bad with our Pests tab!

We also give you tips and advice on how to get rid of the bad bugs without using toxic chemicals!

Grow For Your Health!
We started growing food because we wanted to eat nutritious food and live healthier lives. Our Growing for Health features make it easy for you to see which plants you can grow to help with 25+ common health problems!

Recipes Straight From Our Garden!
We make it easy to know how to cook with plants from your garden with recipes & videos straight from our kitchen!

Companion Planting Made Easy!
Companion planting is a vital part of organic gardening. Companion plants assist in the growth of others by attracting beneficial insects, repelling pests, or providing nutrients, shade, or support.

Watch Videos and Read Updates From Our Garden
We post new updates and videos showing what we’re growing, harvesting, and cooking and they feed straight into the app for each plant!

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