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Plum Curculio: This Could be Why you Don’t Get Fruit!

NEW JERSEY, by The Gardening Channel with James Prigioni Plum curculio is one of the worst fruit pests in the Northeast! Subscribe:… Facebook: LAWN TO HIGH PRODUCTION FOOD FOREST: My Secret RARE Fruit Tree, PERSIMMONS!!

Codling moths: How to Keep the Worms Away Organically

GRASS VALLEY, CALIFORNIA from Grow Organic Peaceful Valley Tired of worms in your apples and pears? We’ll share our tips for controlling codling moths in this video. For organic pest control supplies, visit our website at

What’s Eating My Apples? Dealing with Common Apple Pests

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Yuck! Codling moth and apple maggot can ruin your fruit. Ciscoe Morris, zany Seattle garden guru, explains easy ways to manage these common pests. He shows how to use barriers and talks about garden cleanup. Produced for City Fruit.

How to Make a Watermelon Sling to Support Watermelon Growing on a Trellis

CALIFORNIA by CaliKim: Garden and Home DIY Making a watermelon sling to support watermelon growing on a trellis is quick and simple. It can be made for FREE with materials you already have around your house with this CaliKim 2 minute tip. FREE growing guide “Grow 3 Vegetables in 6 Weeks”:  MY DIGITAL PRODUCTS -eBook …Read more »

2 Min. Tip: How We Train Crops Up Trellises (Vertical Gardening)

CHICAGO AREA, by Patrick Dolan of One Yard Revolution: Frugal and Sustainable Organic Gardening In today’s 2 minute tip, I share how we train vertical crops like tomatoes, winter squash, pumpkins, watermelons, and scarlet runner beans up our conduit/remesh trellises. If you shop on Amazon, you can support OYR simply by clicking this link (bookmark …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: I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, …Read more »

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.

Easy Fast Trellis DIY (No Skills Required)

LA PALMA, CALIFORNIA by Wendi Phan This video was shot in Spring, but I figured it’s never too late to post. We all need a trellis in the garden right? This one I built is great for snow peas, snap peas, sugar peas, beans, cucumbers, bitter melon, any light weight vegetables that you want to …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 and be sure to check out The Beginner’s Garden Podcast on …Read more »

How to Build a Simple Teepee Trellis

ALBERTA, CANADA by Alberta Urban Garden Simple Organic and Sustainable You can greatly increase the amount of food you can grow in the same space by taking advantage of the vertical area in your garden. For vining crops like Melons and Cucumbers I love to use Simple Teepee Trellis. Today I show you how I …Read more »

How to Build a 12-14 Foot Collapsible Pole For Hops, Cucumbers & Beans: DIY Trellis Examples

MARYLAND by Gary Pilarchik and The Rusted Garden I am growing hops for the first time and needed a tall single pole. A 12-14 foot collapsible pole made from two 8 foot 1×1 was my solution. I quickly show how to build it, the supplies you need and how to use it. It is also …Read more »

Garden Trellis – How to Make the Best Supports for Climbing Vegetables

U.K., by Grow Veg Training climbing vegetables up supports is a great way to get maximum yield from minimum space. Building your own supports is easy, fun and can make an impressive feature in your garden. If you’re growing climbing peas, beans, cucumbers or any other vining plant, you’ll need to build supports to help …Read more »