A Quick Hot-House Cage for Container Tomatoes & Peppers: A 5 Gallon Set Up for Faster Growth!

Source: TheRustedGarden
April 16, 2017

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This is an effective way to build a hot-house cage around your container tomatoes and peppers. Get them out 4-6 weeks early. Protect them frost, create a warm micro climate and get them growing, flowering and producing 4-6 weeks early.

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A Complete Guide for Starting Peppers Indoors: See Description for All that is Covered!

Source: TheRustedGarden
Gary Pilarchik
March 5, 2017

I cover just about everything from starting mix preparation to pinching off the peppers. I use 3 week old peppers, 5 week old peppers and 7 week old peppers for visuals. Great for beginners!

1) Seed Starting Mix (Preparation, Fungus, Insects)
2) Planting Cell Preparation
3) Planting Seeds
4) Bottom Watering & When to Water
5) When & How to Fertilize
6) Acclimation to the Outdoors
7) When & How to Transplant Them Up
8) Basic Lighting Guidelines
9) Pinching off Pepper Tops
10) Gemination and Heat Mats
11) When to Start Peppers Indoors
12) When to Transplant Peppers Outdoors

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Starting Vegetable Seeds Indoors: Planting, Watering, Feeding Tomatoes & Peppers- KIS Series (3)

Source: TheRustedGarden
Gary Pilarchik
January 2, 2017

This is the 3 video in this KIS series. Here is a simple way to start your tomatoes and peppers indoors. I cover planting, watering and feeding. Use a processed or organic fertilizer at a NPK of 5-5-5 or lower. Just use this information as basic guidelines. Start your tomatoes 6-8 weeks and peppers 8-12 weeks before your night time temperatures hover regularly around 50 degrees F.

Pepper Freezing Tips – Quick and Easy

Source: Source: RT
December 1, 2016

Pepper freezing tips that are super quick and easy to get you a freezer full of peppers in a snap that will last you all winter long! **NEW** Updated Pepper Jelly recipe (low sugar) coming this weekend – NO SPECIAL EQUIPMENT REQUIRED!

Growing Vegetables (Tomato, Cucumber, Pepper & Basil) in a Self Watering Container: It Works!

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Gary Pilarchik
August 7, 2016

I was in a contest with some friends and won a Crescent Garden container. I could have picked any kind. I went for the TruDrop self watering container. I have a large vegetable container garden. I put this one to the test and planted tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, basil and onions in it. The video takes you from set up to harvest. It was a success! I thought I would have to fill it every 2 weeks… I never filled it once over an 8 week period.

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How To Space Your Plants When Growing In A Raised Bed Garden

Source: GrowingYourGreens
August 5, 2016

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you everything you wanted to know about plant spacing when growing in a raised bed garden. He will also share with you how he feeds his dog, Oakley.

In this episode, at a viewers request, John gives you a garden tour of his garden with a tape measure to show you how he spaces the vegetables he is growing in his square foot raised bed garden.

You will learn how to space out various summer crops, such as tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, broccoli, onions, sunchokes, kale, and much, much more.

Along the way John will also share many of his square foot vegetable gardening tips and tricks he has learned over the years.

You will discover why John doesn’t always use the recommended square foot garden spacing and the benefits of deviating from the recommended spacing.

You also get to see what John is growing in his summer garden this year.

Finally, John will take you inside and share with you his OPINIONS on what he feeds his dog, Oakley. You will learn John’s thoughts on what most animals on earth should eat to have the highest level of health.. Hint: Its NOT GMO FooDS!

After watching this episode, you will have a better understanding of plant spacing when growing in an urban square foot raised bed garden as well as what you might want to feed your dog for health and longevity.