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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.

10 Unusual Vegetables for Adventurous Gardeners

U.K., by GrowVeg Published on May 10, 2019 Growing your own food means super-fresh, super-healthy produce. But it also opens up the opportunity to try vegetables that are truly extraordinary. There are many quirky crops just waiting to be discovered. In this short video we’ll explore our top 10 unusual vegetables to shake things up …Read more »

How to Prune a Mature Peach Tree

NORTH CAROLINA, by NC State Extension Pruning is a very important step in maintaining peach trees. Dr. Mike Parker, Tree Fruit Extension Specialist with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service at North Carolina State University talks about how to plant, prune, and maintain peach trees. In this video, we show how to prune a mature …Read more »

The Best Tomatoes To Grow In Pots-Planting Tomatoes In Containers

CINCINNATI, OHIO by Christa’s Garden Published on May 7, 2019 In this video I will be planting some tomatoes plants in pots. They are both dwarf varieties created by the volunteers of the dwarf tomato project. I am not affiliated with the dwarf tomato project. I am just really excited about growing these varieties. The …Read more »

How to Start and Multiply Sweet Potato Plants

U. MARYLAND Also watch: Multiplying Sweet Potato Plants https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkv0I… Check out more sweet potato info on the Grow It Eat It website http://extension.umd.edu/growit/veget… For more gardening information, visit the Home and Garden Information website or the Youtube channel. 

Fall/Winter Planting Date Tools & What We’re Planting Now in Zone 5

CHICAGO AREA GGVideo Editor’s Note:  Zone 5 (Chicago) plants and ideas for fall planting, including planting calendar and use of greenhouses and row covers.  From One Yard Revolution: Frugal and Sustainable Organic Gardening. Published August 21, 2016 Today I’ll show you what we’re planting in August to ensure abundant fall and winter harvests. And I’ll provide …Read more »

Planning a Vegetable Garden

MASSACHUSETTS, by horticulturist Dave Epstein at Growing Wisdom Dave shows you how a little planning can help you maximize the yield of your vegetable garden.

How to Plant a Grape Vine

By Gurney’s Seed and Nursery Co in Indiana In this video, Felix from Gurney’s demonstrates how to plant grape vines. Self-pollinating and vigorous, grape vines can produce fruit for over 30 years! After planting, a grapevine can bear fruit in just 2 years. One vine requires about 8 ft. of trellis or fence, with each …Read more »

2 Min. Tip: How We Train Crops Up Trellises (Vertical Gardening)

CHICAGO AREA, by Patrick Dolan of One Yard Revolution: Frugal and Sustainable Organic Gardening In today’s 2 minute tip, I share how we train vertical crops like tomatoes, winter squash, pumpkins, watermelons, and scarlet runner beans up our conduit/remesh trellises. If you shop on Amazon, you can support OYR simply by clicking this link (bookmark …Read more »