Planting a Moringa Oleifera Tree - Grow Superfood at Home

Planting a Moringa Oleifera Tree – Grow Superfood at Home

Planting a Moringa Oleifera Tree – Grow Superfood at Home

Planting a Moringa Oleifera Tree – Grow Superfood at Home. Jake Mace “The Vegan Athlete” reveals you the way he vegetation a Moringa Tree known as Moringa Oleifera. Moringa is a superfood known as the Tree of Life or the Multivitamin Tree! Google Search “Moringa Health Benefits”. Order a pack of 25 Moringa Tree Seeds from me at:

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48 thoughts on “Planting a Moringa Oleifera Tree – Grow Superfood at Home”

  1. I love moringa in a smoothie, but I'm not yet to the point of 100% moringa in them yet. I'm going to get a bunch more for shading my fruit trees that barely made it this summer.

  2. Really like your videos! Have you tracked how much you spend on your garden as compared to how much you spent on food? Be good to see if it's a cost saving to grow your own food and if so by how much. Fully acknowledging that the pleasures of gardening are priceless!

  3. oh jeez…if the soil has been "raped by humans"? You say that with a straight face while literally penetrating the earth for your own benefit? Please tone down that line of rhetoric.

  4. You don't need to buy any of that crap he's promoting. Moringa grows naturally in the worlds worst, most drought stricken soils where it is found growing wild.

  5. My first moringa just came up & I'm so excited! We live in Costa Rica so there won't be a winter problem…..We have a female dog named Charona that is a twin to your guy! She's a nutcase! Fortunately we can always find a job for her … we're on a large ranch and we have 8 other dogs, but the Queensland is unique!??Pura Vida?

  6. Hello from India. Did a search and found this is a common tree in western India.Its called the drumstick tree. The drumsticks can be eaten.They are known as shinga. Never climb this tree, harvest it using a cleft bamboo. Cheers

  7. Hey Jake. Love your channel vids. Keep 'em coming. I'm out here in Sonoma County California, and we love our gardening, too! One question I have for you is do the grass roots compete with the moringa that they will eventually strangle out the moringa? Thanks and be well.

  8. Hey Jake I bought 25 moringa seeds from you a month or so ago and today I split the outer pods off of all of them and had 15 seeds to grow. I'm super excited to see how many of them produce an amazing tree!!!

  9. Sorry Jake – The root structure of the Moringa Oleifera is shallow and wide, not deep. Most people think the Moringa has a deep taproot, but it isnt. However with all your wonderful preparation, the trees will look magnificent

  10. HI,I WAS WONDERING IF I SHOULD PLANT ONE OR TWO OF THEM IN THE MIDDLE OF MY BACKYARD, I DONT HAVE THAT MUCH ROOM SO THE QUESTION IS HOW FAR APART SHOULD I PLANT THEM.I JUST WANT THEM FOR SHADES.THANK YOU.

  11. Father God, NOT mother earth. Jesus loves you, why don't you love Him back? Romans 5:6-8 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

    6 For while we were still helpless, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly. 7 For one will hardly die for a righteous man; though perhaps for the good man someone would dare even to die. 8 But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.

  12. I am looking to get a Moringa tree and need to know if they would survive in grow zone 8. Can you help. I also found out that the Indians use this tree for many cures.

  13. Hi, There is an old saying in Tamil language that "Murungaya vechavan verum kaiyya povan" ( The one plants moringa tree will go empty handed) and it actually means that, The one who plants the moringa tree in their house and then consumes the leaves cooked, Drumstick cooked, will never needs a walking stick. He / she can walk freely with no support in his/ her later ages. And it is. The power of moringa Tree.

  14. Aren’t black walnut trees alleopathic? Maybe it’s the black walnut that’s preventing your peach tree from thriving. Peaches grow really well in super hot southern weather.

  15. I have a trick for you for when transplant like here: use "tulle fabric" that you put inside your pot. When you want to transplant, you just old the fabric completely and lift it. Put the plant inside the fabric and put them in the soil. The roots will pass through in the holes of the tulle fabric!!

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