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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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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.

Trellis for Gourds

OKLAHOMA by Oklahoma State, an OK Gardening  Classic  Host Sue Gray visits with Bob Constein, Oklahoma Pumpkin Producer, about the trellis system he has created for growing gourds.

How to Grow Figs in Containers

CONNECTICUT, by Logee’s Plants Growing edible figs in containers. Learn which varieties perform best, how to fertilize and prune to produce abundant crops of delicious figs. Learn more at http://www.logees.com/ See all of our edible Fig plants at http://www.logees.com/edible-figs.html   GGVideo editor’s note: For plant nerds, Logees has a nice selection of videos on growing other unusual fruits …Read more »

Ison’s Nursery: How to Plant a Muscadine Vine

GEORGIA, from Isons Nursery Greg Ison from Ison’s Nursery & Vineyard demonstrates how to plant a muscadine vine. Ison’s Nursery & Vineyard is the largest and oldest grower of muscadine vines in the country. We ship plants all across the country and invite you to browse our website. We are happy to answer questions and help …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. 

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 »