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Large-scale Gardening

Reconnecting people with their food, and re-teaching people how to grow their own food, has the potential to positively and permanently change the world. It is possible to grow food that is fresher, healthier, and more diverse than what is currently found in the grocery stores. When grown properly, this food can also be grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. This page is a guide to unique varieties that most people have never seen of common foods.

This page includes the resources to buy seeds and grow these amazing foods yourself. It also includes One Community’s open source large-scale gardening strategy to produce enough of these amazing foods to feed over 100 people within 1 year. All foods that will additionally be grown and accessioned as part of our open source botanical garden model to maximize the benefits of what we learn for application as part of our self-sufficient and self-replicating teacher/demonstration community, village, and city strategy.

This open source hub includes the following sections:

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WHAT IS LARGE-SCALE GARDENING

As part of One Community’s global change methodology, we’ve created this page for open source sharing a large-scale gardening strategy designed for easily feeding over 100 people within 1 year when combined with our open source hoop house strategy and humane raising of rabbits, chickens, and goats. These areas of food production, plus planting the One Community food forest, will be Phase I of the One Community Highest Good food plan. Phase II will be construction of the aquapini and walipini structures. This large-scale gardening plan will also be:

  • Identifying the species of plants that will do best in a specific area
  • Providing sufficient seeds to double the garden size by the next year
  • Providing food diversity far superior to what is available in the grocery store
  • Specifically providing foods for fresh-eating, canning, pickling, freezing, and drying

Through careful planning, holistic gardening approaches (companion planting, composting, etc.), and experimentation with different species, large-scale gardening can affordably produce large volumes of locally grown/fresher, higher quality, and significantly more diverse foods than what is available in almost all grocery stores. Here’s a guide to what would best be grown in-ground versus what you can grow in pots:

A vegetable growing cheat sheet, large-scale gardenting

Only some plants grow well in pots – Here’s a guide

WHY LARGE-SCALE GARDENING

Large-scale Gardening Icon, food diversity, organic food, eco-living, grow your own foodReconnecting more people with their food, and re-teaching people how to grow their own food, has the potential to positively and permanently change the world. It is possible to grow food that is fresher, healthier, tastes better, and more diverse. When grown properly, this food can also be grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides too.

Many people already realize this. Just look at these statistics on why people choose to grow their own food:

Why people participate in home gardening, large-scale gardening

Why People Garden

We see this as both inspirational and motivational and One Community is sharing this open source gardening strategy to demonstrate and teach these things even more. As a foundation of our self-sufficient and self-replicating teacher/demonstration community, village, and city strategy, we are teaching these things on a large scale to make them easier and more accessible to groups as small as twenty and scaling up to hundreds.

 

COMPLETE PLANTING PLANS FOR THE 18 HOOP HOUSES

Here are the complete planting maps for the 18 initial hoop houses. The numbers in the key correlate with the plant codes in the purchase order below and on the complete pages for each of the specific plants. For easy reference, you can click to enlarge a map and then just use the “Find” function (Command F on a Mac/Control F on a PC) to search this page for that specific code, then click the associated link for additional details.

Click Individual Maps to Open a 10X Enlarged Version in a New Window

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CLICK HERE TO LEARN HOW TO BUILD THESE HOOP HOUSES

The layout above shows the primary foods to be planted in each area. Companion planting will also be integrated into this and foundational to the design. Details on this, and a companion planting guide, can be found in the Large-scale Gardening Planting Plan Specifics section below.

 

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Purchase Details

Complete purchase order details are being added for each species as we complete them above. Prices are current as of March 2014.

REF # VEGETABLES VARIETY SOURCE QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL COST
GB#1 Bean: Common Bolita SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GB#2 Bean: Common Jacob’s Cattle HMS 2 lbs 12.50/lb $25
GB#3 Bean: Common Joyce Fetterly’s SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GB#4 Bean: Common Tongue of Fire SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GB#5 Bean: Common McCaslan White SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GB#6 Bean: Common Kwintus SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GB#7 Bean: Common Salvadoran Red SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GB#8 Bean: Common Santa Maria Pinquito SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GB#9 Bean: Common Yin Yang SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GB#10 Bean: Common Zuni Shalako SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GB-C#1 Bean: Common Algarrobo SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#2 Bean: Common Amarillo del Norte SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#3 Bean: Common Amethyst SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#4 Bean: Common Bosnian Yellow SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#5 Bean: Common Brazil Little Black SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#6 Bean: Common Bulgarian Market SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#7 Bean: Common Caseknife SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#8 Bean: Common Choctaw SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#9 Bean: Common Iroquois Corn Bread SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#10 Bean: Common Montezuma Red SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#11 Bean: Common Pepa de Zapallo SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-C#12 Bean: Common PI 155212 (Paraguay) SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GB-L#1 Bean: Lima Calico NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-L#2 Bean: Lima Hopi Gray NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-L#3 Bean: Lima Hopi Red NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-L#4 Bean: Lima Hopi Yellow NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-L#5 Bean: Lima Pima Beige NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-L#6 Bean: Lima Pima Orange NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-R#1 Bean: Runner Aztec White NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-R#2 Bean: Runner Tarahumara Bordal NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-T#1 Bean: Tepary Big Fields White NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-T#2 Bean: Tepary Black Tepary NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-T#3 Bean: Tepary Blue Speckled NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-T#4 Bean: Tepary Brown Speckled NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-T#5 Bean: Tepary Cocopah Brown NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GB-T#6 Bean: Tepary Colonia Morelos Speckled NS/S 3 pkt. $3.00/pkt $12
GC#1 Carrot Cosmic Purple SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#2 Carrot Red Surrey SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#3 Carrot Rouge Sang Violette SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#4 Carrot Japanese Long SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#5 Carrot Kintoki SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#6 Carrot Solar Yellow SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#7 Carrot St. Valery Carrot SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#8 Carrot Ahvaz SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#9 Carrot Caramba SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#10 Carrot Dahgestan White SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GC#11 Carrot Scarlet Nantes HMS 1 lb. $48.5 $48.5
Cole Crops:
GCC#1 Brussel Sprouts Red Bull SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#2 Brussel Sprouts Roodnerf SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#3 Cabbage Kalibos SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#4 Cabbage Early Jersey Wakefield BCH 4 oz. $4.00/oz $16
GCC#5 Cabbage Moskovskaya Pozdnyaya SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#6 Broccoli Calabrese BCH 4 oz. $5.00/0z $20
GCC#7 Broccoli Nutri-Bud SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#8 Broccoli Piracicaba SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#9 Broccoli Purple Sprouting SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#10 Cauliflower Movir SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#11 Cauliflower Snowball X SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#12 Brussel Sprout Hercules SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#13 Brussel Sprout Seven Hills SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#14 Cabbage Lipenskaya SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#15 Cauliflower Fruehernte SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#16 Cauliflower Garantiya SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#17 Cauliflower Otechestvennaya SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#18 Cauliflower Walcheren SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#19 Kale Blue Siberian SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#20 Kale Ethiopian Kale SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#21 Kohirabi Azure Star SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#22 Kohirabi Gigante SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCC#23 Kohirabi Olmia SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GBt#1 Beet Bordo SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GBt#2 Beet Detroit Dark Red BCH 4 oz. $4.50/oz $18
GBt#3 Beet Feuer Kugel SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GBt#4 Beet Ruby Queen SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GBt#5 Beet German Lutz SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GBt#6 Beet Albina Vereduna SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GBt#7 Beet Burpee’s Golden SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GBt#8 Beet Colossal Long Red Mangel SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GBt#9 Beet Rywal SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GBt#10 Beet Plattrunde Rote Feinlaubige SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#1 Celery/Celeriac Hopkins Fenlander SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#2 Celery/Celeriac Pascal Giant SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#3 Celery/Celeriac Red SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#4 Celery/Celeriac Brilliant SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#5 Celery/Celeriac Diamant SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#6 Celery/Celeriac Dolvi SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#7 Celery/Celeriac Kornevoy Gribovskiy SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#8 Celery/Celeriac Large Smooth Prague SSE 10 pkt. $4.00/pkt $40
GCe#9 Celery/Celeriac Monstorpolgi SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#10 Celery/Celeriac Brydon’s Prize SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#11 Celery/Celeriac Hollow Pipe of Malines SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#12 Celery/Celeriac Red Venture SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#13 Celery/Celeriac Solid Red SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#14 Celery/Celeriac Solid White SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#15 Celery/Celeriac Superadora SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#16 Celery/Celeriac Tehama Sunrise SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#17 Celery/Celeriac Ventura SSE 3 pkt. $4.00/pkt $12
GCe#18 Celery/Celeriac Utah 52-70R SSE 10 pkt. $4.00/pkt $40
GCo#1 Corn Mesquakie Indian SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GCo#2 Corn Anasazi SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GCo#3 Corn Cherokee Ginitsi Selu White SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GCo#4 Corn Hickory Cane SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GCo#5 Corn Boone County White SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GCo#6 Corn Mandan Bride SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GCo#7 Corn Bloody Butcher JLH 1 lb. $20.00/lb. $20
GCo#8 Corn New Mama Super Sweet SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GCo#9 Corn Vadito Concho SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GCo#10 Corn Cochiti Pueblo SSE 6 pkt. $4.00/pkt $24
GCo#11 Corn Oaxacan Green JLH 1 lb. $20.00/lb. $20
GCo#12 Corn Chulpi Cancha RCS 1 lb. $20.00/lb. $20
GCo#13 Corn Giant Incan White RCS 1 lb. $20.00/lb. $20
GCo#14 Corn Maiz Morado RCS 1 lb. $25.00/lb $20
GCo#15 Corn Aztec Red RCS 1 lb. $20.00/lb. $25
GCo#16 Corn Aztec White Giant RCS 1 lb. $20.00/lb. $20
GCo#17 Corn Chapalote NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#18 Corn Cochiti NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#19 Corn Gila Pima NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#20 Corn Hopi Blue NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#21 Corn Hopi Greasy Head NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#22 Corn Hopi Sweet NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#23 Corn Maricopa NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#24 Corn Mayo Batchi NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#24 Corn Mayo Tuxpeno NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#26 Corn Mountain Pima Yellow NS/S 8 pkt. $5 $40
GCo#27 Corn Paiute NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#28 Corn Santo Domingo Posole NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#29 Corn Tarahumara NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#30 Corn Tarahumara Apachito NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#31 Corn Tarahumara Maiz Azul NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#32 Corn Tarahumara Rosari NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#33 Corn Tarahumara Serape NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#34 Corn Totono O’odham 60-day NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCo#35 Corn Yuman Yellow NS/S 8 pkt. $5 $40
GCo#36 Corn Stowell’s Evergreen NS/S 8 pkt. $3 $24
GCu#1 Cucumber Ashley SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GCu#2 Cucumber Cengelkoy (Salatalik Tohumu) SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GCu#3 Cucumber Cornichon de Bourbonne SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GCu#4 Cucumber Cornichon de Rusie SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GCu#5 Cucumber National Pickling JLH 2 oz. $5.00/oz $10
GCu#6 Cucumber Poona Kheera SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GCu#7 Cucumber Timun Hijan SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GCu#8 Cucumber Aunt Rita’s Monastery SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GCu#9 Cucumber Big Potato SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GCu#10 Cucumber Cornichon Vert de Massy SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GE#1 Eggplant Arumugam’s SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GE#2 Eggplant Black Beauty SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GE#3 Eggplant Cambodian Green Giant SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GE#4 Eggplant Fengyuan Purple SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GE#5 Eggplant Kashmiri Brinjal SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GE#6 Eggplant Mitoyo SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GE#7 Eggplant Nong Ta Klong Pea SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GE#8 Eggplant Red China SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GE#9 Eggplant Kumari SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
Alliums:
GA#1 Garlic Baba Franchuk SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#2 Garlic Brown Rose SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#3 Garlic Creole Red SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#4 Onion I’Itoi SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#5 Onion Australian Brown SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#6 Onion Catawissa SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#7 Onion Allium macleanii SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#8 Leek American Flag SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#9 Garlic Korean Mad Dog SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#10 Garlic Shan Tung Purple SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#11 Garlic Inchelium Red SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#12 Garlic Jurjevich SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#13 Garlic Jovak SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#14 Garlic Kishlyk SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#15 Garlic Kettle River Giant SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#16 Garlic Kitab SSE 3 pkt. $5 $15
GA#17 Onion Flat California Red SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#18 Onion Cochrane Old Time SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#19 Onion Braunschweiger Dunkelblutrote SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#20 Onion Danilovskiy SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#21 Onion Dyiament SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#22 Onion Giant Zittau SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#23 Onion Kryvitski Ruzhovy SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#24 Onion Stockton Red SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#25 Onion Stockton Yellow SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#26 Onion Strigunovskiy Mestnyi SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#27 Onion Kentucky Hill SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#28 Onion Serbian Topset SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#29 Leek Autumn Mammoth Corrine SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#30 Leek Babbington Leek SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#31 Leek Blaugruener Herbst SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#32 Leek Jaune du Poitou SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#33 Leek Molos SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GA#34 Leek Musselburgh Giant SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GL#1 Lettuce Yugoslavian Red SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#2 Lettuce Paris White Cos SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#3 Lettuce Rouge D’Hiver SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#4 Lettuce Red Velvet SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#5 Lettuce Merveille de Quartre Saisons SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#6 Lettuce Grandpa Admire’s SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#7 Lettuce Crisp Mint SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#8 Lettuce Amish Deer Tongue SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#9 Lettuce Madrilene SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#10 Lettuce Skolar-Corrigan SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#11 Lettuce Artic King SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#12 Lettuce Blond du Cazard SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#13 Lettuce Brune Percherone SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#14 Lettuce Tom Thumb SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#15 Lettuce Cerise Oak Leaf SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#16 Lettuce New Red Fire SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#17 Lettuce Bunyard’s Matchless SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GL#18 Lettuce Winter Density SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GP#1 Pea Dwarf Grey Sugar SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GP#2 Pea Golden Sweet SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GP#3 Pea Hugo’s Edible Pod SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GP#4 Pea Manoa Sugar SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GP#5 Pea Oregon Sugar Pod SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GP#6 Pea Champion of England SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GP#7 Pea Kent Blue SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GP#8 Pea Tall Telephone SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GP#9 Pea Blauschokker SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GP#10 Pea Two Hundredfold SSE 3 pkt. $4 $12
GT#1 Tomato Amish Paste SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#2 Tomato Black Krim SSE 1/2 oz. $27.5 $27.5
GT#3 Tomato Currant, Sweet Pea SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#4 Tomato Gold Medal SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#5 Tomato Mortgage Lifter, Halladay’s SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#6 Tomato Principe Borghese SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#7 Tomato Redfield Beauty SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#8 Tomato Dester SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#9 Tomato Dr. Wyche’s Yellow SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#10 Tomato Cherokee Purple SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#11 Tomato Amarillo de Benlloch SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#12 Tomato Aranyalma SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#13 Tomato Blue Streak SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#14 Tomato Burracker’s Favorite SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#15 Tomato Gajo de Melon SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#16 Tomato Joya de Oaxaca SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#17 Tomato Babushkin’s Secret SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#18 Tomato Beefsteak, Watermelon SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#19 Tomato Mexican Giant SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#20 Tomato Market at H. P. Mexico SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#21 Tomato Purple Calabash SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#22 Tomato Zapotec Pleated SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#23 Tomato Abe Lincoln SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#24 Tomato Bison SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GT#25 Tomato Burbank SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#1 Radish China Rose SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#2 Radish Cincinnati Market SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#3 Radish Early Scarlet Globe SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#4 Radish French Breakfast SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#5 Radish Helios SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#6 Radish Philadelphia White Box SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#7 Radish Plum Purple SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#8 Radish Rat-tailed SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#9 Radish Watermelon SSE 3 pkt. $3 $9
GR#10 Radish White Icicle SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPo#1 Potato Desiree SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#2 Potato German Butterball SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#3 Potato La Ratte SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#4 Potato Nicola SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#5 Potato Purple Viking SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#6 Potato Sangre SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#7 Potato Yellow Finn SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#8 Potato Yukon Gold SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#9 Potato Russet Katahdin SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#10 Potato Russet Burbank HMS 100 lbs $238.8 $238.8
GPo#11 Potato Alaska Red Eye SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#12 Potato Alby’s Gold SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#13 Potato All Red SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#14 Potato Anna Cheeka’s Ozette SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#15 Potato Bintje SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#16 Potato Black Russian SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GPo#17 Potato Green Mountain SSE 3pkt. $5 $15
GS#1 Squash Amish Pie SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#2 Squash Anna Swartz SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#3 Squash Australian Butter SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#4 Squash Black Beauty Zucchini SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#5 Squash Boston Marrow SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#6 Squash Galeux d’Eysines SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#7 Squash Guatemalan Blue SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#8 Squash Long Island Cheese SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#9 Squash Rouge Vif d’Etampes SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#10 Squash Queensland Blue SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#11 Squash Jarrahdale SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#12 Squash Rio Lucio Pumpkin SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#13 Squash Kikuza SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#14 Squash Greek Sweet Red SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#15 Squash Seminole SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#16 Squash Dickinson SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#17 Squash Zucchetta Rampicante SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#18 Squash Lebanese Light Green SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#19 Squash Little Greenseed SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GS#20 Squash Oaxacan SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GPep#1 Pepper Ancho Gigantea SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#2 Pepper Buran SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#3 Pepper Chocolate Beauty SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#4 Pepper Feher Ozon Paprika SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#5 Pepper Fatali SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#6 Pepper Hinkelhatz SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#7 Pepper Jimmy Nardello’s SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#8 Pepper McMahon’s Texas Bird SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#9 Pepper Sheepnose Pimento SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#10 Pepper Abeytas SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#11 Pepper Aci Sivri SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#12 Pepper Afghan Long SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#13 Pepper Almapaprika SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#14 Pepper Chile Bonito Grande SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#15 Pepper Chilhuacle Negro SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#16 Pepper Pepperoncini SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#17 Pepper Aji Chuncho SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#18 Pepper Aji Chirel SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#19 Pepper Aji Chombo SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#20 Pepper Aji Jovito SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#21 Pepper Aji Llanero SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#22 Pepper Inca Berry SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPep#23 Pepper Guarmal Ecuador SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPEP#24 Pepper Rocoto Bolivian Enormous SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GM#1 Melon Bidwell Casaba SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#2 Melon Boule d’Or SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#3 Melon Charentais SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#4 Melon Noir de Carmes SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#5 Melon Petit Gris de Rennes SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#6 Watermelon Chelsea SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#7 Watermelon Chris Cross SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#8 Watermelon Cream of Saskatchewan SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#9 Watermelon Golden Midget SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#10 Watermelon Mountain Sweet Yellow SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#11 Melon Ananas SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#12 Melon Bender’s Surprise SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#13 Melon Blenheim Orange SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#14 Melon Crane SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#15 Melon Escondido Gold SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#16 Melon Evan’s Sweet SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#17 Melon Hero of Lockinge SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#18 Melon Karabezeh SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#19 Melon Kazachka SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#20 Melon Uzbek Sweetness SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#21 Watermelon Ali Baba SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#22 Watermelon Crane SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#23 Watermelon Desert King SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#24 Watermelon Dunaj SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#25 Watermelon Garrison SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#26 Watermelon Hermiston SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#27 Watermelon Kholodok SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GM#28 Watermelon Kleckley Sweet SSE 3pkt. $4 $12
GPa#1 Parsnip Andover SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#2 Parsnip Cobham Improved Marrow SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#3 Parsnip Guernsey SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#4 Parsnip Halblange SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#5 Parsnip Harris Early SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#6 Parsnip Hollow Crown SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#7 Parsnip Kral Russian SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#8 Parsnip Tender and True SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#9 Parsnip The Student SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#10 Parsnip Turga SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#11 Parsnip White Spear SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#12 Parsnip Kingship SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPa#13 Parsnip Offenham SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GPar#1 Parsley Berliner Halblange SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#2 Parsley Cilician SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#3 Parsley Einfache Shnitt SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#4 Parsley Forest Green SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#5 Parsley Italian Flat Leaf SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#6 Parsley Italian Giant SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#7 Parsley Moss Curled SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#8 Parsley Prezzemolo Gigante D’Italia SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#9 Parsley Bartowich (Root Parsley) SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#10 Parsley Bogatyr SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#11 Parsley Borovtsi SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#12 Parsley Hosszu SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#13 Parsley Obyknovennaya Listovaya SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#14 Parsley PI 169596 (Turkey) SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GPar#15 Parsley Sakharnaya SSE 3pkt. $3 $9
GTu#1 Turnip Auvergne Hatif SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GTu#2 Turnip Petrowski Yellow SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GTu#3 Turnip Cramer SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GTu#4 Turnip All Season SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GTu#5 Turnip Des Vertus Marteau SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GTu#6 Turnip Devonshire Greystone SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GTu#7 Turnip Kaski Nauris SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GTu#8 Turnip Nobleboro Waltz SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GTu#9 Turnip Old Jake SSE 5pkt. $4 $20
GO#1 Oca Bauml Golden SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#2 Oca Baumi Crema de Rosa SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#3 Oca OE Orange SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#4 Oca Sunset SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#5 Oca Hopin SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#6 Oca Mexican Red SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#7 Oca Killu SS 5 tubers $10.5 $52.5
GO#8 Oca OE Durazno SS 5 tubers $12.5 $62.5
GO#9 Oca OE Yellow SS 5 tubers $12.5 $62.5
GO#10 Oca Polar Bere SS 5 tubers $9.5 $47.5
GO#11 Oca BK08516.7 SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#12 Oca BK08516.8 SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#13 Oca OAEC Pink SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#14 Oca Amarillo SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GO#15 Oca OE Blush SS 5 tubers $12.5 $62.5
GO#16 Oca Rebo SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GMas#1 Mashua Sapu-anu SS 5 tubers $12.5 $62.5
GMas#2 Mashua Yurac-anu SS 5 tubers $9.5 $47.5
GMas#3 Mashua Q’illu-isan SS 5 tubers $12.5 $62.5
GMas#4 Mashua Puca-anu SS 5 tubers $12.5 $62.5
GMas#5 Mashua Mashua Blanco SS 5 tubers $8.5 $42.5
GMas#6 Mashua BK08524.14 SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GMas#7 Mashua BK10501.2 SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GU#1 Ulluco Pica de Pulga SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GU#2 Ulluco BK08607.1 SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GU#3 Ulluco BK08607.2 SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GU#4 Ulluco BK09510.2 SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GU#5 Ulluco BK10425.2 SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GU#6 Ulluco BK10429.2 SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GU#7 Ulluco BK10426.5 SS 5 tubers $13.5 $67.5
GU#8 Ulluco BK10427.5 SS 5 tubers $13.5 $67.5
GU#9 Ulluco BK10509.6 SS 5 tubers $13.5 $67.5
GU#10 Ulluco BK10429.1 SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GU#11 Ulluco BK10426.6 SS 5 tubers $13.5 $67.5
GU#12 Ulluco Llanqha-puca SS 5 tubers $14.5 $72.5
GMa#1 Maca Yellow SS 5 pkt. $4 $20
GMa#2 Maca Red SS 5 pkt. $4.5 $22.5
GMa#3 Maca La Paz SS 5 pkt. $4.25 $21.25
GAr#1 Arracacha Puerto Rico SS details coming soon
GSP#1 Sweet Potato Allgold SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GSP#2 Sweet Potato Beauregard SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#3 Sweet Potato Cordner’s Red SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#4 Sweet Potato Dianne SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#5 Sweet Potato Garnet SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#6 Sweet Potato Georgia Jet SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#7 Sweet Potato Ginseng Orange SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#8 Sweet Potato Golden Sweet SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GSP#9 Sweet Potato Hannah SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#10 Sweet Potato 8863 SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#11 Sweet Potato Amish Red SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#12 Sweet Potato Apache SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GSP#13 Sweet Potato Barberman SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GSP#14 Sweet Potato Bermuda Pink SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GSP#15 Sweet Potato Betty’s SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GSP#16 Sweet Potato Bradshaw SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GSP#17 Sweet Potato Bugtussle SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#18 Sweet Potato Cook Family Heirloom SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GSP#19 Sweet Potato Cuban Red SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GSP#20 Sweet Potato Envy SSE 3 tubers $5.00+$8.50sh $23.5
GSP#21 Sweet Potato Georgia Giant SSE 3 tubers $5 $15
GW#1 Wax Gourd Giant Wax Gourd KZS 2 pkt. $3.59 $7.18
GW#2 Wax Gourd Small Round KZS 2 pkt. $3.59 $7.18
GW#3 Wax Gourd Winter Melon Round KZS 2 pkt. $3.59 $7.18
GW#4 Wax Gourd Winter Melon Oblong KZS 2 pkt. $3.59 $7.18
GCas#1 Cassabanana Crua Vermelho HJ 1 pkt. $8 $8
GCas#2 Cassabanana Crua Roxo HJ 1 pkt. $8 $8
GBM#1 Bitter Melon Bitter Gourd Long KZS 1 pkt. $3.59 $3.59
GBM#2 Bitter Melon Futo- Spindle KZS 1 pkt. $3.59 $3.59
GBM#3 Bitter Melon Green Skin KZS 1 pkt. $3.59 $3.59
GBM#4 Bitter Melon Mara KZS 1 pkt. $3.59 $3.59
GAs#1 Asparagus Conover’s Colossal SSE 5 pkt. $5 $25
GAs#2 Asparagus Precoce D’ Argenteuil SSE 5 pkt. $5 $25
GAs#3 Asparagus Jersey Knight TSC 5 bundle/25 $32.95 $164.75
GAs#4 Asparagus Jersey Supreme TSC 5 bundle/25 $32.95 $164.75
GAs#5 Asparagus Millenium TSC 5 bundle/25 $32.95 $164.75
GAs#6 Asparagus Pacific Purple TSC 5 bundle/25 $32.95 $164.75

 

LARGE-SCALE GARDENING PLANTING PLAN SPECIFICS

Here's how it works...Individual varieties of each crop species will be interplanted with different species, rather than, for example, all the potato varieties in one row. There are reasons for this; first, it helps break up the monoculture of any one species. By scattering the cultivars widely across the garden, they are less prone to insect and disease problems. Second, it aids in selfing and pollination control. Since many of the varieties we will plant are rare heirlooms, it fits our conservation ethic to multiply them for distribution to others. This can only be accomplished if they are prevented from crossing with other varieties – spatial separation aids in this, although we will also use techniques such as bagging, hand pollination, etc. where appropriate.

Many plants in this section also benefit from dense planting. The concept of rows is an outgrowth of mechanical farming and plants do not grow this way in nature. With this in mind, we will be demonstrating permaculture principles and a more nature-inspired planting approach that considers the beds themselves as “rows,” having, e.g. 10 or 20 feet of row densely planted to a variety or combination of varieties. This will allow us to companion plant in a way that more closely mimics nature while also forming a living mulch, conserving water, and using nutrient (compost) more efficiently.

Here is some additional information on companion planting, insects, and spacing:

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(Companion Planting #1, #2, and #3)

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We will open source share here videos, tutorials, planting maps (like the hoop house maps below), and other specifics described above once we know the location-related details developed through creating them on the property. The 18 initial hoop houses, however, have complete planting maps you can see below. Use the numbers in the key correlate with the plant codes for easy reference. To find the plant codes, you can click to enlarge a map and then just use the “Find” function (Command F on a Mac/Control F on a PC) to search this page for that specific code, then click the associated link for additional details.

Click Individual Maps to Open a 10X Enlarged Version in a New Window

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CLICK HERE TO LEARN HOW TO BUILD THESE HOOP HOUSES

OPEN SOURCE CONTENT TO BE ADDED LATER

  • Recipes
  • Nutritional details
  • Drying, pickling, and preserving strategies
  • Companion planting, natural pest control, and other planting and maintenance specifics

 

RESOURCES

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Simple Plant Deficiency Guide, Large-scale Gardening

 

SUMMARY

Large-scale Gardening Icon, food diversity, organic food, eco-living, grow your own foodThis page is for open source sharing a large-scale gardening strategy designed for feeding over 100 people within 1 year when combined with our open source hoop house strategy. In-ground growing, hoop houses, and the One Community food forest will be Phase I of the One Community Highest Good food plan. Phase II will be construction of the aquapini and walipini structures. Our goal in open source sharing these food production methodologies is reconnecting people with their food and re-teaching people how to grow their own food. We are doing this as part of our global-change methodology because we feel it is important for people to understand that it is possible to grow food that is fresher, healthier, more diverse, and grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides too. We see open source sharing this as for The Highest Good of All and just one of many ways to inspire people to consider self-sufficient and self-replicating teacher/demonstration communities, villages, and cities as a worthwhile living option.

 

FREQUENTLY ANSWERED QUESTIONS

Q: Is One Community going to be a vegetarian community?

The One Community team consists of vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores. In accordance with our philosophy for The Highest Good of All we are maintaining a non-idealogical approach to food choices. That said, also in accordance with this philosophy, we will only support and consume food items that are ethically and sustainably raised, managed, and produced. The consensus process will be used to decide the evolution of the One Community food plan.

Q: Why will the crop plants in the large-scale garden be part of the botanical garden model?

As we develop our food resources over time, the open source botanical garden model is important in allowing us to know the breeding lines that go into developing crops that are well adapted to the site. Accession records allow us to know that if we selected variety X from source A for early maturation or other traits for several generations, then variety X sub 6 exhibits amazing properties and becomes “OC Purple Giant” (or some other name) then we have the needed tracking and records to know that we can take the same starting germplasm, selected the same way, and get similar results. Without careful records, this is impossible.

Also, the sheer volume of varieties that will eventually be grown on the site would be impossible to manage without some system of reference. We will easily be growing many dozens, or even hundreds of dozens of different crops. Many of the regional, national, and international crop centers around the world that we will be sourcing from have enormous collections and using their accession records enable us to know a great deal about the material they are holding, so as to make better selections when requesting that material. We would like to add to this, and accurate record keeping on our part is a logical extension of our open source model since we can share both the source data from the original institution, collector, or farmer/gardener AND pass along our observations of the materials performance, vulnerabilities, hardiness, taste, and cooking characteristics etc. that may not be available originally. Just as with the “OC Purple Giant,” accession also becomes especially beneficial for us and others when “that bell pepper from Romania shows complete resistance to Colorado potato beetle!” or something similar.

Q: How do you intend to produce spices, mill grain for flour, cooking oil, etc. etc.

To us, “100% food sustainability” means we will demonstrate and open source share a model that doesn’t need external food sources. Having achieved this, what we produce internally versus choosing to buy will be decided through the consensus process.

Q: What is One Community’s stance on pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides?

If it is not safe to eat, we will not be spraying it on our food.