Added by on 2019-10-26

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  • Catherine Gibb 8 months ago

    Would you consider keeping bees to help your pollination rates

  • Off Grid Desert Farming with Paul & Adrienne 8 months ago

    We did some planting in our off grid desert garden, we brought in a neighbor with a backhoe for help…

  • Green Organic Love 8 months ago

    I feel like this on most days. But with excitement. Thank God for youtube

  • William Huston, RN 8 months ago

    Look into Hydroponics, we are up in Colorado and hydroponics if done right conserves a lot of water and produces great results in Gardening. We use the 5 Gallon bucket flood and drain system. We went this method over the traditional drip or spray method because it cuts down on the amount of water used. The 5-gallon buckets are drilled in the bottom and a PVC coupling is glued into the bottom for draining and filling. The pipes coming off the bottom run into the main PVC pipe that is ran from an aquarium pump in the water tank. When the timer comes on, the aquarium pumps turn on and fill the PVC pipes filling the buckets from the bottom to wet/feed the roots for a few minutes then turns off and drains back into the water tank. To prevent the water from pumping out the top of a bucket I have a turnoff set at the height I want the water in the buckets. When the water level reaches that level it spills over and returns back to the water tank. We originally tried to go big and have like 15 buckets off a single IBC tote, just everything got super expensive and the pumps just were not able to feed that many buckets viably and last, so now we run 3 systems. 5 buckets off each 55gallon plastic drum water tanks using cheaper $13 aquarium pumps. They are able to flood the system in just a few minutes and it keeps the price down on using cheaper more common parts. This setup had produced 10x more than all of our ground gardens in the past and uses far less water…. our 2 tomatoes plants last year gave us over 200 jars of sauce from all the tomatoes it put out.. dang stocks on the plants grew to nearly 3 inches in diameter… I think we canned nearly 500 mason jars last year from our vegetable garden…

  • Adkins Family Homestead 8 months ago

    Enjoy it you will learn as you go don't sweat it. I find gardening to be my therapy at this stage in my life. Everything is looks amazing great job guys.

  • CustomGardenSolutions 8 months ago

    More digging and more cowbell please.
    I agree with you that there is always something to learn in gardening. The cool thing is that when you fail it usually doesn't cost you too much so no big deal.

  • Little Bean's Garden 8 months ago

    That is so awesome! You guys are rocking the gardening!

  • Alan Barrett II 8 months ago

    Watch in 1.5x speed
    This guys optimism vs her pessimism. XD
    You can see growth though =)

  • Acres of Clay Homestead 8 months ago

    I've never grown comfrey, but maybe one day… I love echinacea flowers, it's one of my favorite teas during the winter months. Thanks for sharing, can't wait to see the garden in full bloom!

  • Prairie Plantgirl 8 months ago

    The pest stage is very frustrating. I wonder if some large flat rocks would help encourage the predators to hang out more? Don’t those lizards and things like hanging out on and under rocks? That coneflower is beautiful. I have heard comfrey spreads like a weed through its roots. I’m not sure what it is like in your area but you may want to bury a barrier around the roots. I hope you are harvesting more zucchini than you know what to do with soon.

  • Welcome to Chickenlandia 8 months ago

    Water boy! Foosball is the devil! LOL

  • Welcome to Chickenlandia 8 months ago

    Was that a tiny praying mantis I just saw?

  • Evolution of a Homestead 8 months ago

    Garden seems like a new experiment every year, never the same.

  • Built On The Rock Homestead 8 months ago

    Water harvesting? I thought this channel was about digging.

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