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Barley Cover Crop

U. MARYLAND Dealing with a Barley cover crop and getting it ready for your garden. For more gardening information, visit the Home and Garden Information website or the Youtube channel. 

Starting Greens in August for Fall

VERMONT GGVideo Editor’s Note: Very short, nicely done video on growing greens in August (zone 5).  By Kathy LaLiberte for HomeClick. Want to grow your greens all summer? Here are some summer garden tips that will have your garden producing delicious greens well into the Fall. Re-purpose sections of your garden in the cooler months of August …Read more »

How to Prune a Plum Tree

AUSTRALIA, by the Deep Living Project Justin Calverley from Sensory Gardens shows his technique for winter pruning of plum trees. This technique keeps the trees at a manageable height, opens up the fruit tree for maximum sun exposure and good air flow to reduce diseases and lots and lots of fruit for the coming summer …Read more »

Easy Weeding: How to Get Rid of Weeds in Your Vegetable Garden

U.K. from GrowVeg  Weeding can take up the majority of your time in the garden. However, it is possible to reduce the time spent weeding AND increase the amount you harvest from your vegetable garden. This video demonstrates simple weeding techniques which can help you to rid your garden of weeds and stop them from …Read more »

Cover Crops To Recharge Your Soil This Winter!

U.K., by GrowVeg Cover crops, or green manures, are a great way to protect your garden from weeds and soil erosion over the winter period. As well as protecting your soil, cover crops can be dug into the earth before spring, improving the soil ecosystem and feeding your plants with essential nutrients. In this short …Read more »

How to Set up a Root Cellar

NORTH DAKOTA by the Tractor Supply Company It’s easy to store your home-grown vegetables long term with a Root Cellar. This old-fashioned practice will help keep your produce fresh and nutritious all winter long. Read our lawn and garden articles here:: http://www.tractorsupply.com/know-how…

How to Grow Lettuce in the HEAT!

BRITISH COLUMBIA, by Urban Farmer Curtis Stone Published on Feb 19, 2019 About Urban Farmer Curtis Stone: Curtis Stone runs a commercial urban farm called Green City Acres out of Kelowna, BC, Canada. His mission is to show others how they can grow a lot of food on small plots of land and make a …Read more »

How to Dry Herbs

FINE GARDENING MAGAZINE Culinary herbalist Susan Belsinger demonstrates her expert technique for harvesting and preserving herb by either hanging or laying them in baskets or on screens. Explore the Fine Gardening website.

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 »

Harvesting Broccoli

VERMONT By Kathy LaLiberte for Homeclick. Harvesting broccoli should be done before the florets start to separate. Watch the video to learn the best way to harvest broccoli in your garden.

How to Prune an Apple Tree

UTAH, by Utah State Extension Published on May 5, 2014 Learn how to prune an apple tree to a modified central leader system in three steps. Demonstrated by experts Jerry Goodspeed and JayDee Gunnell at the USU Botanical Gardens. 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 Note by GGVideos editor …Read more »

Complete Starter Guide for Successful Patio Gardening

MICHIGAN, by Luke Marion of MIGardener Simple Organic Gardening and Sustainable Living In this video we are running over the basics to having a successful patio garden. NOTE: We will be having more in-depth videos to come talking about specific plants, but this is for those who have an idea about growing plants, but might …Read more »