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Easiest Way to Grow Lots of Sweet Potato Slips

CALIFORNIA, by Daisy Creek Farms with Jag Singh Published on Apr 8, 2019 The easiest way to grow lots of sweet potato slips is by submerging the sweet potato in a cup full of water. The slips will grow fast and develop roots. You must place the pointy side of the sweet potato up and the …Read more »

Blossom End Rot in Tomatoes

NEBRASKA by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension’s Backyard Farmer UNL Extension Educator Amy Timmerman shows us different examples of blossom end rot in tomatoes – both external and internal – and talks about how to avoid it.

Beginning Gardening Series #1: Best Location for a Vegetable Garden

CHICAGO AREA, by Patrick Dolan of One Yard Revolution In the first video of my series for beginning gardeners, I talk about the best location for a vegetable garden. If you shop on Amazon, you can support OYR simply by clicking this link (bookmark it too) before shopping: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=oneya-20 These are the factors to consider when choosing …Read more »

Growing Blueberries in Southern California with Nicholas Staddon

S. CALIFORNIA, for Rogers Garden Learn from Monrovia’s Director of New Plants, Nicholas Staddon, how to plant, grow and successfully harvest your own blueberries.

How to Prune Muscadine Grapes

NORTH CAROLINA from the Useful Plants Nursery Chuck demonstrates how to prune a mature Muscadine grape vine at Miller Putnam’s farm in South Carolina. Note by GGVideos editor Charlie Nardozzi: A look at pruning an overgrown muscadine vine.

Harvesting Beets

TEXAS By Jared for Texas Victory Garden: Harvesting beets. Harvest beets between 2 to 3 months. The tops of the roots should be above the ground and about the size a racquetball.

When is a Watermelon Ripe on the Vine?

KANSAS From Kansas State’s Garden Kansas How do you tell when watermelon is ripe on the vine? This segments gives several tips for determining when it’s ready to pick. It also shows a new variety that doesn’t take up much room in the garden — you can even grow it in a large container.

First Winter Pruning of Muscadine Grape Vine

GEORGIA By Ison’s Nursery and Vineyard Greg Ison from Ison’s Nursery & Vineyard demonstrates how to prune a muscadine vine the first winter. This is an important step in establishing your vineyard. Ison’s Nursery & Vineyard is the largest and oldest grower of muscadine vines in the country. We ship plants all across the country …Read more »

Stop Weeding Your Garden!

CHICAGO AREA, by Patrick Nolan at One Yard Revolution For all practical purposes, we don’t weed our garden. Sure, every now and then we find a weed and pull it, but it happens infrequently enough and requires so little time and effort that it bears little resemblance to what we usually think of as weeding. …Read more »

DIY Water Bottle Hydroponic System for Propagating and Herbs

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, by Kevin Espiritu of Epic Gardening Published on Apr 8, 2019 Learning how to make a hydroponic system doesn’t have to be hard – in fact, this is barely a tutorial at all! I used heavy duty 1″ net pots from my friend CZ Garden, who sponsored this video, to make the simplest …Read more »

How to Prune Tomatoes for Earlier Harvests, Higher Yields & Healthier Plants

CHICAGO AREA, Patrick Dolan at One Yard Revolution: Frugal and Sustainable Organic Gardening Simple pruning tips for indeterminate tomatoes. The tomatoes featured in this video are Sweet Millions: http://amzn.to/2azFTlO One Yard Revolution is all about growing a lot of food on a little land using sustainable organic methods, while keeping costs and labor at a …Read more »

How to Prune a Young 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 young …Read more »