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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote A quick fly thru of the garden to document plant growth. Harvest of sugar snap and snow peas, shunkyo chinese radish and plump sized turnips. Birds have been eating the dino kale seeds, I’ll need to drape the plants in bird netting next time. raised bed square foot garden tomato sweet hot pepper black hungarian pak choy collards mustard greens parsley seed cool weather springtime lettuce beets prepper survivalist raw food how to grow plant build Video Rating: 5 / 5

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  • mostsilentfortitude1 7 years ago


  • anthony riley 7 years ago

    this is the awsome you should have your own show i am? inspired

  • gulllalai 7 years ago

    Your garden is so nice and tidy it almost? feels like you vacuumed it. Very impressive ( :

  • GardenMatreshka 7 years ago


  • suprsleep 7 years ago

    Please make an update?

  • Johnny Serena 7 years ago

    Like always man i love the videos? and your garden in OUT OF SIGHT!! Your turnips and radishes are so impressive. Keep up the good work my friend…

  • BubbleBeet 7 years ago

    hi, i mark out a square foot grid in the dirt, then i take the thin end of a spoon and dig about 9 little holes in each square foot. then i place two turnip seeds in each hole and lightly cover with soil. i water about twice a day until they sprout? and then thin to the strongest turnip in each hole when they get about 3-4 inches tall.

  • sc91260 7 years ago

    how did? you sow the turnip seeds that thinly?

  • texgardener1 7 years ago

    Beautiful Healthy Garden :)?

  • flyguy1725 7 years ago

    another great video Bubble..everything looks great!? And those radishes are MONSTERS!!..cant wait till next update!

  • Bradly Trantham 7 years ago

    It all looks delicious! Check out my stuff on my channel. Maybe you could give me some tips.? This is my first time growing veggies!

  • ThePaleoAgrarianist 7 years ago

    Great job. Gotta love those monster turnips!? 🙂

  • BubbleBeet 7 years ago

    thanks i appreciate it.? g-money the cat is my garden helper and always likes to get a cameo in the vidz. 😀

  • Steve Harpster 7 years ago

    cute cat,? your garden is really awesome. thanks 4 sharing

  • BubbleBeet 7 years ago

    Fish emulsion is the only fertilizer applied… i mix it in a large 15 gallon tub then hand apply it with a sprinkling can. the soil has some stuff mixed in… its made of 90% compost, 5% perlite,? 5% vermiculite. In each 3’x7′ raised bed i mixed in about 15lbs of azomite rock dust and a couple lbs limestone. Then in the spring before planting anything i top dress each bed with about 10lbs of worm castings and mix it into the top 2 inches of soil.

  • suprsleep 7 years ago

    Sweet, I youst to live in North Carolina. I lived? in Kinston. Been here in southeast Texas for several years now. North Carolina is a beautiful state. My mother currently lives there.

  • BubbleBeet 7 years ago

    hi, im in central north? carolina, zone 7

  • suprsleep 7 years ago

    Also, what? state do you live in?

  • suprsleep 7 years ago

    Is Alaska fish fertilizer the only fertilizer you use? Do you spray with pump sprayer or pour? it into the soil?

  • superslyfoxx1 7 years ago

    Thanks so much for your quick reply! I have a small container garden but its slowly growing? larger. I am learning alot from you.

  • BubbleBeet 7 years ago

    hi, the cheapest ive found so far is at homedepot(dot)com… 1? gallon jugs for $13

  • superslyfoxx1 7 years ago

    I want to get me some today. Is this a product that is widely? available? Thanks for all the help

  • superslyfoxx1 7 years ago

    Wow.. they grew that fast? What part of the country are you in? Can? you come to my house to show me how to garden? LOL.. I am in Georgia

  • BubbleBeet 7 years ago

    hi, i use Alaska Fish Emulsion fertilizer, one tablespoon per gallon about once a week.? about 14 gallons feeds the entire garden. Thanks for all the nice comments!

  • BubbleBeet 7 years ago

    hi, just? luck i guess, i do seem to get good results after i feed with fish emulsion fertilizer.