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Danny Abaldo
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  • Yermo, CA
  • United States
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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Dirt Under My Fingernails City Slicker
A bit about me:
I am a Master Herbalist, Teacher. I used to wild harvest all my herbs, I am now in the Mojave desert , a little town outside Barstow. CA Yermo 1K people off old route 66 a dead town, bit it is where I run a free clinic and online school, and educating others. IN my area and due to fungus nats all over, I can not grow inside , not good esp in hot, sandy, windy, wide open Yermo.
I have made some vids on container growing, but not a lot will grow, somethings.

Beginner Gardner I see YT vids, websites, 1000 Garden views, 1000 Gardner's- who is right LOL.

FT Ministry work s well off line and mostly on line , many sites and a free real Bible college, been at this project 5 years and it has reached many. I offer and do all I do for free. I am not about money, but gardening, that can take a chuck of cash to set up, I have done the best I can in the Desert place.
My name for free herb clinic in Yermo is
The Mojave Desert Herbalist LOL.

Hope to share and learn
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Mexican food a feast love true Mexican Food. Hay, I am in So Cal
Currently reading:
AP Refresher text
Currently listening to:
Josh Gobran
My latest DIY project:
Trying to set up a wind block for heavy, wide open, winds.
How did you find HOMEGROWN.org?
broswer search
Web site I recommend:
http://dabaldoherbals.blogspot.com/

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At 10:35am on April 4, 2017, Glenda Yoder said…

Welcome Danny,

Your knowledge of desert growing is so valuable.  Please do share!

Glenda

At 5:56pm on April 4, 2017, Danny Abaldo said…

Hello from Yermo Ca in the Mojave desert.

Yes I could say a lot, on my herb blog I have pics f what grew and did not last year, year 5 progress, spiritual Spinach chard grows in hard winds, sand supper heat or a cooler green can almost grow all year, that one green made it. Kale grows well if done in right weather, cooler and that changes sometimes fast.

Radish LOL 1 harvest a month easy .

Herbs lemon balm, Basel, any Mediterranean herb should grow easy, inside, our location has a bad fungus nat problem, can not grow or germinate almost no where, in garage of, but on going fungus nats and a odd thing .

You would need to see a short vid I did during a norm wind storm to see what I mean bu wide open wind and sand like Baghdad LOL.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Re_jnPdEng

one of my videos for the herb school.

Take a look and ask me anything .

Dan Abaldo M.H., D. Min

I do a 100% free local herb clinic, teach, mentor, run a college and a school. On line my life of late has been LOL.

Intakes on line 100% free I offer all free, always have. I have many resources in the subject mater of plant, herb, but consider my self a new Gardner only 7 years at it and ….1000 Gardner's 1000 Views who is right LOL.

I push nothing, just where to see and read much more info than I could do in a comment.

My URL is on site I think all can see it, for more visit,

www.dabaldoherbals.blogspot.com

At 1:31pm on August 2, 2017, KATE KWAME said…

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Have a nice day
Thanks God bless.


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