Alkaline Garden Casts – Why Are We Here, No Till Gardening, Greens, and Horse Manure

For all you Core Wellness Garden Cast lovers…Here’s a BIG DOSE of early spring action in our back yard no till garden! 

  • You’ll hear our 5 year old share deep philosophy and share his infectious laugh.
  • You’ll see cold frames and mini green houses in action for year round growing and harvesting of dark leafy greens.
  • AND…You’ll learn how a no till garden can create more mineralized plants for a more alkaline garden and therefore a more alkaline body environment!

Remember that hormones and vitamins only work if the pH of your body is right.  

An acid enviroment from too much grain and meat (especially grain fed, factory farm animals) means less effective biochemical reactions in your body which leads to low energy, weight gain, and degenerative diseases like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes to name a few.

So watch intently and let me know what you think of these GardenCasts…MORE or LESS. 

Also let me know what kind of content that I’ve put out so far is your favorite!  I want to serve you best. 

So drop me your feedback in the comments below!


  1. Hi Dr. Hoffmann,

    I really like your garden casts. I’m an physical therapist in germany and so I like to watch your other videos, too. I have a blog, where I document my garden, things about rawfood and more.

    Have a wonderful time,

    Sebastian Hehn

    P.S. Maybe you want to have a look in my friends page (Prof. Dr. Bernd Gerken, it’s a Rawfood and education project in the south of portugal), the site will soon be maintained, but not the nect few day.

    • Thanks Sebastian! I’ll have to figure out how to translate your site and your friend’s site…or just learn German! The sites both look interesting. Thanks again for your comment! auf Wiedersehen!

  2. Dr. Steve,

    I really enjoy your Garden Casts, please keep them coming.
    The no tilling and your friends’ small hot house reminded me of the theories of Square Foot Gardening, which I will be implementing this year. Check out their site:

    Haven’t tried the dandellions yet, but last year we had a lot in our yard.

    • Thanks for your comment, Beth! GardenCasts will continue in some way for sure! SFG makes a lot of sense for a lot of people. Keep us posted how it goes (and grows!)

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