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Using Bird Netting for Strawberry Containers/Berries

MARYLAND, by Gary Pilarchik of My First Vegetable Garden Several species of birds love fruit. I have a migratory pair that comes every year and eats my strawberries and blueberries. The damage is very clearly pecks out of the fruit. The only way to stop the damage is to use bird netting. Here is one …Read more »

Build a Lazy Bed for Growing Food (No-Dig Permaculture Raised Bed)

WALES, by Huw Richards of Huws Nursery: Grow Organic Produce Inexpensively This is the easiest bed you can create to grow food in. All you will need is plenty of organic matter and cardboard and you are all set to build a lazy bed which is also known as a no dig permaculture bed. The …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!

Compact Vegetable Garden Design Ideas, Kitchen Gardens, Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

CANADA, by the design website Grig Stamate You don’t need a farm to grow fresh vegetables, herbs and fruits. A compact vegetable garden integrated into an existing landscape where it serves also as a focal point will be all you need. Music: Happy Mandolin Downloaded it from the YouTube Audio Library http://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/m…

Black Raspberries: Everything you Need to Know

NEW JERSEY, by The Gardening Channel with James Prigioni Black Raspberries are an easy fruit to, and they are packed with intense flavor. This video will give you the information you need to grow productive Black Raspberries! Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/thepermac… Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/james.prigioni BLUEBERRIES 🍇 Everything You Need To Know!: https://youtu.be/x5qa1opypzg GOOSEBERRIES, Everything You Need To Know!: https://youtu.be/0afi2_9vHTo Epic Permaculture Food …Read more »

How to Prune Raspberry Canes

PENN STATE Learn how to prune your raspberry canes for optimal growth, with Penn State Senior Extension Educator Kathy Demchak. GGVideos editor’s note: Nice quick look at pruning summer and everbearing raspberries in winter.

Salad Table Gardening Part 1

U. MARYLAND Home and Garden Information Center Director Jon Traunfeld talks about how to get started using a University of Maryland Salad Table. Learn how simple and easy it is to grow your own food, like lettuce and herbs. Don’t forget to check out part 2! For more gardening information, visit the Home and Garden …Read more »

Grow Large Winter Squash Vertically on Trellises! (Butternut, Acorn, Cushaw)

CHICAGO AREA, by Patrick Dolan of One Yard Revolution: Frugal and Sustainable Organic Gardening How I grow large winter squash vertically on trellises! 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 I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, …Read more »

How to Protect Your Vegetable Garden from Rabbits & Deer: Build a Chicken Wire Horizontal Fence!

MARYLAND by Gary Pilarchik of The Rusted Garden Published on Mar 19, 2019 You can quickly, easily and cheaply build a chicken wire horizontal fence/barrier to protect your vegetable and flower gardens from rabbits and deer. The level of protection varies based on the size of plants. This is most effective against rabbits. This video …Read more »

How to Build a Keyhole Raised Garden Bed

CHICAGO AREA, by Patrick Dolan at One Yard Revolution Keyhole raised beds not only look great, they also make excellent use of limited garden space. I recently built a new keyhole bed that turned these two 4 x 8 beds with a walking path between them into a single bed with a keyhole inlet. Now …Read more »

The Honest Truth about How to Have a ‘Weed Free’ Garden

MICHIGAN, by Luke Marion at MIgardener There is good news and bad news to having a weed free garden. The good news is you can have one and anyone can do it, the bad news is it doesn’t just happen. It takes a little bit of work and persistence. .99 Heirloom Vegetable Seeds: http:www.migardener.com/store ——————————————————————————————- …Read more »

Bamboo Support Structures

U. MARYLAND Master Gardener intern Joel Warren shows how to construct trellises and support structures for your plants with bamboo. For more information, visit the Home and Garden Information website or the Youtube channel.