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How to Prune Hardy Kiwi

NEW PALTZ, NY by Lee Reich Kiwifruits need lots of pruning — the right cuts, of course — for best bearing and best flavor. Here we go with where and what to prune. One year later, I harvested lots of great-tasting fruits. (Cat was there, but not a lot of help.) GGVideos editor Charlie Nardozzi …Read more »

Dormant Pruning of Southern Highbush Blueberry

GEORGIA, from the University of Georgia Extension Transcript: Hello, my name is Erick Smith. I’m with the University of Georgia at the Tifton Campus, and I’m the small fruit specialist for South Georgia. Today we’re going to talk about pruning rabbiteye blueberries in the dormant season. The reason we prune rabbiteye blueberries in the dormant season is to …Read more »

How to Design a Vegetable Garden

UTAH, by Alison Reynolds of Ali’s Organics and Garden Supplies To design a well-organized vegetable garden, start with graph paper so you can draw your design to scale, mark the compass points and then map out precisely how you want your plants distributed. Plan your vegetable garden like a pro with the help of this …Read more »

How to Prune Raspberries

UTAH, from Utah State University Extension Learn the ins and outs of pruning raspberries from USU Extension experts Jerry Goodspeed and JayDee Gunnell. Connect with USU Extension! Facebook – http://facebook.com/usuextension Twitter – http://twitter.com/usuextension Pinterest – http://pinterest.com/usuextension LinkedIn – http://linkedin.com/company/usuextension Google+ – http://google.com/+usuextension GGVideos editor’s comment: A Western look at pruning raspberries.

Cardboard Sheet Mulch Experiment to keep Weeds Down in the Alberta Urban Garden

ALBERTA, CANADA, by Stephen Legaree  of Alberta Urban Garden Do you have just a TON of weeds in your garden? No worries!! We are going to try cardboard sheet mulching in the pepper bed and see if that can save our aching backs from weeding! Feel free to join the conversation at www.facebook.com/albertaurbangarden or check out our …Read more »

How to Prune Basil

EASTERN OREGON, by Laura at Garden Answer Are you keeping up with your basil pruning this summer? If you aren’t quite sure how to do it, watch this video and I’ll show you how! Follow us Here: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gardenanswer Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gardenanswer Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gardenanswer Email: gardenanswer@gmail.com Send Mail To – 580 S Oregon St, Ontario, Oregon …Read more »

How to Bring Peppers Indoors to Overwinter

MICHIGAN By Luke Marion, MI Gardener: Simple Organic Gardening and Sustainable Living Grab your pepper plants and bring them indoors. Here is how! This will be a complete walk through so you can go out and get it done now before jack frost does your plants in. let me know how your plants do!

Introducing the Colorado Potato Beetle

ELMORE, OHIO by Shared Legacy Farms We show you the adult, the nymph and the characteristic orange egg sacs of the Colorado Potato Beetle, and talk about how we handle this pest.

How to Care for Young Grape Vines

MAINE University of Maine Cooperative Extension demonstrates how to prune and train young grape vines. GGVideos editor’s note: Good video on pruning young grape vines.

How to Plant Fruit Trees in Raised Beds

S. CALIFORNIA, by Dave Wilson Nursery Poor draining soils in your area? Elevate your planting and give your fruit trees some room to breathe.

Vegetable Garden Design – Choosing the Right Layout for Your Garden

GROWVEG in the U.K. The secret to success with your vegetable garden is good planning. Using dedicated vegetable beds and deciding in advance what you’re going to grow where makes gardening simpler, more efficient, and more productive. Growing in dedicated beds reduces soil compaction, helps to simplify crop rotation, and makes weeding and protecting your …Read more »

Common Tomato Diseases

NEBRASKA by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension’s Backyard Farmer UNL Extension Plant Diagnostician Amy Timmerman shows us a few common tomato diseases and talks about strategies for management.