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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Third video in documenting my desert gardening efforts. I’ve now planted my containers with tomatos, seedlings which I started, and starter packs from my loc… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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15 Comments

  • trillaminute 7 years ago

    Yes we live? in Vegas Valley

  • delacour002 7 years ago

    Are you? living in Nevada? =)

  • Randy J 7 years ago

    I got it because it was a better price at the time because of a old stock? appliance clearance sale. I got a stick blender at the same time. It was a chance opportunity that looked like it will work out. I dont know how durable it will be but for 20 bucks or less I wont lose sleep if it burns out after a while. I hope it lasts a long time.

  • trillaminute 7 years ago

    Great I’ll? be shopping for one 🙂

  • Randy J 7 years ago

    I bought a Procter Silex cup and a half food processor for 15 bucks. It is a larger version of a herb/coffee grinder. and it is small enough to be useful for small batches. I liked it because it? comes completely apart for cleaning too.

  • trillaminute 7 years ago

    When you’re? ready to make tomato powder I’d like to see your grinder. I need to buy one. Happy Prepping

  • Randy J 7 years ago

    I have hopes this year of making tomato powder? with the dehydrator. and I think I am going to plant more variety than just peppers tomato and squashes. I hate mowing so I think more of the back yard is going to be vegetables.

  • trillaminute 7 years ago

    I have high hopes for the corn. a neighbor donw the street grew some last year. I think her’s were seedling from the nursery. Mine were started from organic heirloom seeds. When I lived in Texas gardening was a breeze. Hoping to have plenty to trade? this year 🙂

  • trillaminute 7 years ago

    I’m so looking forward to canning and dehydrating my own tomatoes. And I? just love fried green tomatoes 🙂

  • Randy J 7 years ago

    three sisters is a proven planting? concept. if you have enough nitrogen in the soil the corn will stand up to high winds. I grow tomato and squash because I cant grow sweet corn. run with what you have. you can always trade for what you want.

  • Randy J 7 years ago

    I like better boy? variety for general canning. I plant bunchs of them and early girl. EGs are a little smaller round ones.

  • trillaminute 7 years ago

    lol – too far north for me. It snows up there :)? I’m a weeny ….

  • PetPrepper 7 years ago

    Yay? girl. I can’t believe how well it looks already. Wish you could come to MN to help me garden this year!

  • trillaminute 7 years ago

    Thanks Tess – I’ve gotten some of my ideas from Larry Hall’s channel. I’m really hoping the Three Sisters produces. Those wal-mart bags are? only .50 each. Can’t beat a grow bag for that price. Take Care

  • TessLuh Mae 7 years ago

    I love the kiddie pools. Wanted? to do three sisters this year now I can. Thank you! Also love the grocery bag idea.