Let's have a little check-in with Mike on those potatoes and the greenhouse, shall we? While we're at it, we'll update on the hot compost pit and then we'll have a chat about giving advice about things you have no clue about.
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Grow beautiful 3D succulents and plants in your own magical terrarium. Watch them grow in almost real-time, each plant animates over time as it grows. Water them, fertilize them, and protect them from bug invasions! Things like fireflies and amazing props allow for very exciting and detailed customization.
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• Grow succulents and plants that grow over time and are fully animated in HD
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In this video, I show you my Pomegranate plant and its fruit, they are very easy to grow because they need little care and root easily too. #pomegranate Thank You Dear Friends of Bitchute💖 If You Are New, I Invite You to Subscribe to my Channel 🔴 ✔️ Subscribe and activate the 🔔 to not miss any of my videos 😊 COMMENT AND GIVE ME Thumbs up If YOU LIKE My VIDEO👍! That will help me a lot 😉 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/My-Backyard-Garden-Nursery-2256214677941631
In this video, I show you some pumpkin plants that are starting to produce. I will be ready for Halloween :). #halloween #pumpkin Thank You Dear Friends of Bitchute💖 If You Are New, I Invite You to Subscribe to my Channel 🔴 ✔️ Subscribe and activate the 🔔 to not miss any of my videos 😊 COMMENT AND GIVE ME Thumbs up If YOU LIKE My VIDEO👍! That will help me a lot 😉 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/My-Backyard-Garden-Nursery-2256214677941631
In this video, I show you how you can plant your elephant garlic seeds and also eat them. With Elephant Garlic, you can truly have the cake and eat it too.# elephant #Garlic Thank You Dear Friends of Bitchute💖 If You Are New, I Invite You to Subscribe to my Channel 🔴 ✔️ Subscribe and activate the 🔔 to not miss any of my videos 😊 COMMENT AND GIVE ME Thumbs up If YOU LIKE My VIDEO👍! That will help me a lot 😉 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/My-Backyard-Garden-Nursery-2256214677941631
In this video, I show you my loquat harvest this year. #loquat #garden Thank You Dear Friends of Bitchute💖 If You Are New to my Gardening Channel, I Invite You to Sign Up 🔴 ✔️ Subscribe and activate the 🔔 to not miss any of my videos 😊 COMMENT AND GIVE ME Thumbs up If YOU LIKE My VIDEO👍! That will help me a lot 😉 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/My-Backyard-Garden-Nursery-2256214677941631
In this video, I show you how to plant a bare root grapevine in a container. I go into detail what you must do to ensure the plant survives. #bareroot #bare-root #garden Don't forget to subscribe for updates on this and other plants in my garden!. Thank You Dear Friends and Friends of Bitchute💖 If You Are New, I'm Invite You to Subscribe to my Channel 🔴 ✔️ Subscribe and activate 🔔 to not miss any of my videos 😊 COMMENT AND GIVE Thumbs up 👍! That will help me a lot 😉 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/My-Backyard-Garden-Nursery-2256214677941631
In this video, I show you some edible Opuntia Cactus Plants (Cacti) in the garden. #opuntia #garden Thank You Dear Friends of Bitchute💖 If You Are New to my Gardening Channel, I Invite You to Sign Up 🔴 ✔️ Subscribe and activate the 🔔 to not miss any of my videos 😊 COMMENT AND GIVE ME Thumbs up If YOU LIKE My VIDEO👍! That will help me a lot 😉 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/My-Backyard-Garden-Nursery-2256214677941631
I am very disappointed in the tomatoes I grew from seed gathered from the volunteer Steubenville tomatoes back in 2018. The plants were sickly, and none of the plants yielded more than five tomatoes. Many of the tomatoes had bland flavor compared to the parent fruit.
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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the plight of Hermine and Tom, a Miami Shores, Florida couple who had to rip out their front yard vegetable garden they grew the last 17 years after a new law passed that made it illegal to grow vegetables in their front yard or face a $50 fine per day! John will then show you how to grow food in your front yard even if it is made illegal in your area. He will visit another residence in Miami Shores who is growing a permaculture style food forest including edible plants, shrubs and trees. You will discover some of the stealth vegetables that can be grown as well as other edible landscaping plants that are not considered vegetables that are legal to grow in Miami Shores, FL. Finally, John will share his thoughts on laws that make growing food illegal and some of the legislative work being done to turn this around. After watching this episode, you will learn how to grow food in your front yard if it is made illegal and the best legislation currently in motion to challenge laws that interfere with the ability of Americans to produce, market, procure, and consume the foods of their choice.
I have been reading up on House Resolution 875, which our government is trying to pass. this will make anyone who wants to grow a garden for themselves, or for the purpose of sharing with their neighbors, or wanting to make a little extra cash, illegal. You will have to you register your garden with the government, follow all the regulations that they will give, or you will have your land seized, fined and jailed. The idea of an organic garden will be pretty much out, as the government wants to regulate how much chemicals should be added to our garden. All this will be done under the guize of safety for the public.
Dedicated for people wanting to garden or farm in the desert. Originally uploaded on my website theedrayreport.com. With food prices the way they are, even people in the desert want to live autonomously. Here are some tricks.
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Originally uploaded on YouTube in Spring of 2019, this episode had poor audio quality due to a bad microphone. This was before I had access to a Blue Snowball microphone. Meanwhile, more of these episodes will come.
http://www.gardenandgreen.co.uk Mid August is the height of summer when the weather can be at its hottest, (or of course here in Britain it can also be torrential rain, or perhaps both in one morning) The late summer flowers are out and annuals are at their biggest and best. However, amongst all this vibrant colour there is also the first few signs that Autumn is not too far away with some early flowering plants shedding their petals.
Hello, my friends. In this video I'm removing big broken branch which was broken because wind. When I was started recorded, I already cleaned this thick branch from smaller and thinner branches, as you see. It's take me a time to clean this thinner branches and remove branches on the wheelbarow. Cuting this big branch with this hand saw was not ideal, I just only get tired. I could not find my old saw wich has bigger teeth and is more likely ideal for this job. On the next day friend of mine helped me. He brought chainsaw and that what was quick job.
I already save seeds from my delicious purple beans by just letting a few good specimens dry on the plants, extract the seeds and keeping them is a cool dark dry place for the winter; but for some vegetables like tomatoes and cucumbers it's a slightly different proceed. Choose carefully your favorite varieties of vegetables and replant them every year, it’s easy.
In this video I want to show you My vegetable garden, where we have cucumbers, corn, tomatoes, red beets, sunflowers, peppers, carrots, beans, pumpkin, zucchini... I always water the garden in the evening because the summer is very dry. In this video you can see also Miss Kitty and my cat Barrel. They always accompany me when I'm doing something outside. If you want see more here are link to video about my cat Barrel🐱 https://www.bitchute.com/video/PXRkUtSrUUvm/ As always it was a funny day.
The Freedom Plot | Control Your Own Food | Control Your Own Life
Can you be free if you don't control you own food? Think about that long and hard. How can you have a powerful nation of serfs and starving wage slaves? Answer: You can't. How can you be sure of your food when corporations are in control? You can't. How can you take care of your own wants? By working hard. Cover is my corn from a few years back. Corn, Beans and Squash -- Three Sisters system.
Planting tomatoes with a Cordless Drill & Bulb Auger. My tomatoes are started from seed in 2 ¹/⁴ inch square rosepots 3 ¹/⁴ deep. 100 Plants: 25 - Garden Peach 12 - Black Mountain Pink 13 - KBX 12 - White Queen 13 - German Queen 25 - Lurley's Paste
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Peas one row Lettuce two rows Collard Greens two rows Seven Top Turnip Greens three rows Red Russian Kale three rows Cilantro four rows (ok I have no idea why I planted so much Cilantro I did have a bunch of seed) will probably till under two and plant Dill.
An animated series based on the Gospel accounts that capture the living testimony of our Redeemer's kingdom among men: from when an angel first proclaimed His coming to Mary of Nazareth up to his death and resurrection.
I've been working on this succulent garden for the last few months; digging out the old garden, preparing the soil, buying plants and stones, and trying to make it look interesting. I'm fairly new to succulents and still have lots to learn. The time when I stop buying plants seems very elusive so I expect this little garden to grow and grow. Music: Weiss: Lute Sonata No. 28, The Famous Corsair, Lute Sonatas Vol. 10 by Robert Barto, Naxos Records 8.572219
BUY SEEDS HERE: https://www.hrseeds.com This indeterminate, regular-leaf tomato is one of the most beautiful tomatoes i ever seen! I'm very excited to bring this review to you. Watch the video and see how i rate this tomato. So if you like this video don't forget to LIKE, SHARE, SUBSCRIBE! #heirloomreview #Chocolate #tomatoreview #Tomato #garden
⟹ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomato http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The tomato (see pronunciation) is the edible, red fruit of Solanum lycopersicum, commonly known as a tomato plant, which belongs to the nightshade family, Solanaceae. The species originated in Central and South America. The Nahuatl (Aztec language) word tomatl gave rise to the Spanish word "tomate", from which the English word tomato originates.
Numerous varieties of tomato are widely grown in temperate climates across the world, with greenhouses allowing its production throughout the year and in cooler areas. The plants typically grow to 1–3 meters (3–10 ft) in height and have a weak stem that often sprawls over the ground and vines over other plants. It is a perennial in its native habitat, and grown as an annual in temperate climates. An average common tomato weighs approximately 100 grams (4 oz).
Its use as a food originated in Mexico, and spread throughout the world following the Spanish colonization of the Americas. Tomato is consumed in diverse ways, including raw, as an ingredient in many dishes, sauces, salads, and drinks. While tomatoes are botanically berry-type fruits, they are considered culinary vegetables, being ingredients of savory meals.
Derivations The Italian word, pomodoro (from pomo d'oro "apple of gold") was borrowed into Polish, and via Russian, into several other languages. Similarly, the now rare German term Paradeisapfel, which means "apple of paradise", is still heard in the form paradeiser in the Bavarian and Austrian dialects, and was borrowed into modern Hungarian, Slovenian and Serbian. Tomato plants are dicots, and grow as a series of branching stems, with a terminal bud at the tip that does the actual growing.