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The Tilther: Demonstration with Adam Lemieux

MAINE, by Johnny’s Seeds Johnny’s Tools & Supplies Product Manager demonstrates the Tilther, the Eliot Coleman-designed tool for efficiently incorporating soil amendments into your planting beds. Watch how to mix in compost and refine the soil to create perfect tilth for direct seeding or transplanting. To learn more, visit our Tool Library: Johnnyseeds.com/Tool-Library.

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 »

Pruning Pepper Seedlings for Maximum Production

COASTAL TEXAS, by Black Gumbo Southern Gardening Published on Mar 19, 2018 In this video, Samuel and I demonstrate how to prune your pepper plants so that they will fill out, become more robust, and become more productive. Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackgumbo/ And our original home on the web, our blog: https://blackgumbo.wordpress.com/

How to Save Zucchini Seeds. Also Works for Squash & Pumpkins..

QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, by Rob Bob’s Aquaponics and Backyard Farm Have left this zucchini/courgette on the vine for seed saving purposes & decided it was time to harvest the fruit and save the seeds after a viewer prompted me, thanks Voca T 🙂 It is a really easy process that only takes a matter of minutes …Read more »

How to Prune Grapes

CALIFORNIA, by the Dave Wilson Nursery in Hickman, CA Tom shows you the method for pruning grapes, first cane pruning, and then spur pruning. GGVideos editor’s note: Good video on cane and spur pruning technique for established grapes.

Do Pine Needles Make Soil More Acidic? Truth or Gardening Myth?

CHICAGO AREA, by Patrick Dolan of One Yard Revolution Pine needles make a great mulch, but do they make soil acidic, or is this a gardening myth? I ask Stephen Legaree to share his thoughts on the topic. Also, please see the links to sources on this topic below: Links provided by MrChipGardener: Forest Industry …Read more »

Plant Peas then Cucumbers Using the Same Trellis and Garden Space

SOMEWHERE IN THE SOUTH By Jill McSheehy of Journey with Jill in the Garden By succession planting peas and then cucumbers, you can make the best use of both your trellis and your garden space. This video shows you how. For more tips visit journeywithjill.net and be sure to check out The Beginner’s Garden Podcast on …Read more »

Plant Selection & Layout / Your Florida Vegetable Garden

PINELLAS COUNTY, FLORIDA by the University of Florida Extension Plant Selection and Layout: In this video you will learn about garden design and layout and the difference between cool season and warm season plants. Crop rotation and companion planting are also discussed.

The Basic Principles Behind Building Hugelkultur Raised Bed Gardens

BAY AREA, CALIFORNIA by Dan at Plant Abundance In this video Dan from http://www.plantabundance.com shares with you his thoughts and opinions regarding the construction of hugelkultur raised beds as a way to grow food and sequester carbon using the available biomass on your property.

Seed Starting Part 1: Timeline

U. MARYLAND Master Gardener Kent Phillips gives us a timeline for how to start your seeds indoors. For more detailed information, check out Grow It Eat It’s feature on how to start your seeds indoors: http://extension.umd.edu/growit/food-… For more gardening information, visit the Home and Garden Information website or the Youtube channel. 

Use Self-Watering Planters To Grow Almost Anything

TUCSON, AZ by Monica Hemingway of Gardening Products Review Types of self-watering containers, how they work, what to grow in them, an easy DIY option and what to look for when buying one. Grow veggies, flowers, herbs, shrubs and even trees in a self-watering planter! If you’re forgetful, or you’re just not home very often, …Read more »

How to Prune a Young Blueberry Bush

NORTH CAROLINA by the Useful Plants Nursery Featuring Troy Swift, this is the first installment of our Plant Jam Video Series. Stay tuned for more, and feel free to visit us at http://usefulplants.org   GGVideos Editor’s Note: Nice, simple look at pruning a young blueberry plant.