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How To Grow Tomatoes At Home (SEED TO HARVEST)

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How To Grow Carrots At Home | SEED TO HARVEST

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Grab some raised beds to start your 2021 garden off right: - there are so many mistakes that a new gardener can make that will result in poor harvests or even NO harvests. Here are 9 of the ones I think most beginners run into at some point or another!

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8:01 - #6: Planting Things You Hate To Eat
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How to Grow Broccoli | Complete Guide from Seed to Harvest

Growing Broccoli is very satisfying. Broccoli contains many vitamins, minerals, folic acid, and fiber. You can grow Broccoli in Fall or Spring. To grow Broccoli in Fall, start seeds atleast 3 months before the first frost. To grow in spring, start seeds 6 weeks before the last frost date. Sow seeds 1/2 in deep and water well. Transplant broccoli seedlings outside in your garden after 4 to 5 weeks. Use compost as fertilizer or use low nitrogen fertilizer in you garden. Common pest that attack Broccoli are aphids, cabbage worms, and white flies. To protect against aphids and white flies use neem oil and pure castile soap spray. To protect against cabbage worms, use BT or Spinosad spray. Broccoli heads take 3 months to develop for harvest.

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Potatoes

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Place it in direct sunlight.
Replace with clean water every one to two days.
Once the potatoes have roots and sprouts (called slips) about 4-5 inches long, twist the slips from the potato, and set them in their own bowl of shallow water.
The slips will begin growing their own roots, and once they are one inch long, you can plant them in soil.


Lettuce

MATERIALS
1 head lettuce
Mason jar or cup
Water

INSTRUCTIONS
1. On a cutting board, cut two inches of the base of lettuce off.
2. Set the lettuce on its base in a glass with ½ inch of water, and place it in sunlight. Change the water every day.
3. After 5-7 days, some new leaves should have begun to sprout from the center, and roots should be forming. Transfer it to soil and you can begin harvesting leaves when they reach 6-8 inches tall.





Bok Choy

MATERIALS
1 head bok choy
Mason jar or cup
Water

INSTRUCTIONS
On a cutting board, cut the the 2-inch base of the bok choy.
Place the bok choy in a container with water and place in a sunny location.
Replace with fresh water every day or two. Use a spray bottle to mist the center of the plant for extra hydration if necessary.
With time, the outside of the bok choy will deteriorate and turn yellow, while the center will grow turing from a pale green to darker green.
When the bok choy has grown new leafy-growth at its center, transfer it to a container with potting mix. The container must have a good drainage hole.
Plant the bok choy deep, so only the tips of the new green leaves pointing up.
Place in an area that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight a day. Bok choy requires a lot of water, so water generously.



Scallions

MATERIALS
1 bunch scallions
Mason jar or cup
Water

INSTRUCTIONS
On a cutting board, trim the base of the scallions, keeping approximately 2 inches of the roots and base intact.
Place the roots in ½ inch of water with sunlight. Change the water every other day.
Transfer to soil after 5-7 days or keep in the glass of water. You can begin harvesting when they are fully grown.



Onions

MATERIALS
1 red or yellow onion
Pot
Soil

INSTRUCTIONS
Trim the base of the onion into a cube, keeping 1-2 inches of the root base intact.
Plant the onion directly into soil with a thin layer of soil covering the cut top. To make room in your garden, you can trim the sides of the onion as only the center is needed for regrowth.
Harvest the onions when the green tops have yellowed and fallen over.



Ginger

MATERIALS
1 knob of ginger
Baking dish
Water
Pot
Soil

INSTRUCTIONS
Place the ginger in a baking dish and soak it in warm water for overnight.
Ginger roots grow horizontally so fill a shallow, wide plant pot with rich, well-draining potting soil.
If you want more than one plant, you can cut the root into pieces, as long as they are at least an inch long (each should each still have at least 3 “eyes”), and as long as each plant has at least 8 inches of its own space in the pot.
Plant the ginger with the eye bud pointing up below 1-2 inches of soil.
Water lightly (often, but not so that it is over soaked) and keep in a warm place, though not one with huge amounts of direct sunlight per day.
It will take a few months before the ginger is large enough to begin harvesting pieces from it.





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Planning a Vegetable Garden for Beginners - Easy to Grow Vegetables for First Time Gardener

In this video I go over how to start a vegetable garden for beginners and the seasoned gardener. I share how to start a vegetable garden from scratch, what’s worked for me and what has not. We go over how to plan my garden with some vegetable garden layout ideas. Vegetable garden planning can be easy if you give it some thought, and use a few gardening tips I share with you. Home vegetable garden design is an easy and fun part of vegetable gardening. It gives you a chance to imagine what wonderful veggies you’ll have come harvest time! Been wondering how do I plan my garden? Hopefully I’ll answer many of your questions in this video – if ask in the comments below!

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How to Prepare Your Garden Soil for Planting Vegetables in 3 Easy Steps // Spring Garden Series #8

Preparing your garden soil for planting vegetables is vital to growing a productive garden that will put food on your table. I’ll share how to prepare your garden soil in 3 quick and easy steps so that you are ready to get your veggie seedlings planted as soon as the weather warms up. Grow your spring garden with me - lets learn together how quick, simple and inexpensive it is to grow your own food!
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Choosing the Right Garden Tools for Your Vegetable Garden

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From the archives: For those with beginner gardening experience, this introductory video will help you choose the right garden tools to properly manage your vegetable garden.

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Seed Starting Containers: 10+ Ideas for Vegetable Gardening -Quick Tips

What type of containers or pots work best for seedlings? Let's examine a variety of seed starting systems. Hopefully this will guide you in selecting a growing system that works best in your situation!

10+ SEED STARTING CONTAINERS (# CommissionsEarned):
1: Retail Pots - (Amazon)
2: Reclaimed Nursery Pots - FREE!
3: Reclaimed Food Containers - FREE!
4: Hydroponic Net Cups - (Amazon)
5: Cow, Peat or Coir Biodegradable Pots - (Amazon)
6: Seedling Flats or Cell Pack Trays - (Amazon)
7: Peat Jiffy Pellets - (Amazon)
8: Cone-tainer / Ray Leach Tubes - (Ebay)
9: Root Pruning Air-pot Containers - (Amazon)
10: Soil Blocker Cubes - (Amazon)
BONUS: Self-watering, Sub-irrigated Containers (

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SELECTING THE RIGHT SEEDLING POTS:

When it comes to seed starting, there is no perfect, single solution. What's the best seed starting container? That depends on which factors are most important to you:

PLANT QUANTITY: The number of plants you plan on growing will determine the growing system you chose. Production environments like a greenhouses or nurseries produce thousands of seedlings. To produce high volume, nurseries rely on systems that are compact and allow for smaller, denser plants.

PLANT SIZE: What if you're a small scale urban gardener who only grows a few peppers and tomatoes? You may benefit from a system that supports larger, more vigorous seedlings. Larger seedling containers grow larger root systems.

UPFRONT COST: Many gardeners grow food to SAVE money (not spend more). Other gardening hobbyists have no problem dumping hundreds of dollars into their systems. But they don't care because it's something they love doing. Some systems require an upfront investment that slowly pays for itself over a course of years.

RENEWABILITY: Some seed starting solutions may seem simple and affordable at first glance. But they may be designed to keep you coming back, year after year. This is something worth considering. Would you prefer a reusable product that you can clean and use again next year?

ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Some options are designed to air prune plant roots, resulting in better transplant vigor. Other systems work with capillary water mats, reducing watering frequency.


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