Protect Your Vegetable Garden from Small Animals & Build a No Cost Raised Bed at Veggielution

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to Veggielution at the Emma Prush Farm Park in San Jose. In this episode you will learn how to keep small animals out of your vegetable garden and some no low cost ideas for building raised beds that allow you to grow your own food. Ferry Morse…

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Update for Window Vegetable Garden

I tried reaching for the stars with my window planters and going big with tomatoes, thai peppers, wax beans, and tons of herbs. The herbs did wonderful in every size bottle, although the 16oz bottles were difficult to keep properly watered. The tomatoes in the one and two liter bottles needed either more space or…

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Garden Is really producing now!!!

Hi guys, so a few of you were requesting an update on my veggie garden, so here it is!! I’m super excited because its really producing now, and the tomatoe plants are coming back and starting to look healthy again. Next year I want a bigger garden..jejeje ;) Burpee : The Complete Vegetable & Herb…

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Watering The Vegetable Garden: The Easy Way

Thanks for the views, comments, and support. Please like, subscribe and share this video. Video by category: playlist: www.youtube.com How I water my garden. I won’t say it’s the best way, but it definitely works, especially considering my water source is over 100 yards away and I have no mechanical means of bringing water to…

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Vegetable Garden Update July 2012

A walk through the garden and show our progress on the 4th of July here in Texas. I video just about everything that is going on right now. Womanswork 610vg Vegetable Garden Wheel

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Raised Beds And Staggered Plantings – Vegetable Gardening

Thanks for the views, comments, and support. Please like, comment, subscribe and share. Thanks! Garden playlist: www.youtube.com Using raised beds and staggered plantings for vegetable gardens helps to shield the soil and plants form the sun, retain moisture by preventing evaporation, maximize useful planting space, prevent weeds, makes picking weeds and harvesting crops more ergonomic,…

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Vegetable Gardening : How to Grow Green Peppers

In order to grow green peppers, it’s best to start off with a well-tilled garden bed that is deep with compost or manure. Use one green pepper seed per hole for a green pepper plant with help from an organic farmer in this free video on vegetable gardening and horticulture. Expert: Jarrett Man Contact: stonesoupfarm.googlepages.com…

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Vegetable Gardening : How to Grow Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potato plants should be placed right in the ground about 2 inches deep, and they should be well-watered. Find out why sweet potatoes flourish in hot conditions with help from an organic farmer in this free video on vegetable gardening and horticulture. Expert: Jarrett Man Contact: stonesoupfarm.googlepages.com Bio: Jarrett Man created and runs Stone…

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Edible Landscaping and Vegetable Gardens at the 2012 Chicago Flower & Garden Show

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to the 2012 Chicago Flower and Garden Show. In this episode, you will see some of John’s favorite display gardens that have to do with edible landcaping and vegetable gardening at home. In addition, John will share some of his favorite exhibitors at the garden show that…

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Vegetable Gardening : How to Grow Summer Squash

Summer squash, which includes zucchini, is a warm-weather plant that loves the heat of the summer months. Use a rototiller to get summer squash out of the ground with help from an organic farmer in this free video on vegetable gardening and horticulture. Expert: Jarrett Man Contact: stonesoupfarm.googlepages.com Bio: Jarrett Man created and runs Stone…

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