Growing a Vegetable Garden Update Tips & Tricks June 30 2014

In this video I show and update on my vegetable garden as well as some of the tips and tricks I use to help raise my vegetables. Check out the size of those …
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25 Responses to “Growing a Vegetable Garden Update Tips & Tricks June 30 2014”

  1. Hey guys! Check out my garden this year. 2014 Season.

  2. Check out my 2014 Garden!

  3. Wonderful garden you have there. I am in NC (union county) and want to try
    my first small garden this coming season. Your video has really inspired me.
    May God bless you and yours.

  4. Several excellent tips in your video and well presented. I have just posted
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    How to buy the cheapest Vegetable Seeds ever. I’v just done it! Have a
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  5. MR GARDEN PROJECTS Reply January 26, 2015 at 10:21 am

    Great garden. I’ve subscribed to your channel. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Austin Family Gardening Channel Reply January 26, 2015 at 10:46 am

    garden looks awesome Rick ! Those are some monster maters !

  7. Beautiful and huge garden you have Rick! Was that big one a Brandy Wine?
    I like that twine you have too, how convenient! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Love your garden. You have done an amazing job. I can’t wait for my
    tomatoes gets big and give me tomatoes. 

  9. Geez! It’s videos like this that make me wonder why I garden. I should buy
    a house near you instead! Those are serious tomatoes! Was the one from a
    super bloom? It looked like it might be. Awesome production Rick and great
    explanation on the watering and staking! Never hear of tomato twine! Good
    stuff to know! I give this video an incredible hulk green thumbs up!

  10. Thumbs up brother! Rick I love the garden bro fantastic! I really liked
    the tip with the string through the PVC awesome. Excellent video Rick!

  11. Alberta Urban Garden Simple Organic and Sustainable Reply January 26, 2015 at 11:56 am

    your garden looks fantastic Rick! 

  12. Great job on the garden this year Rick. 

  13. Rick: The box and the piece of pvc is a real good way of using string to
    tie them up. A lot better than the people trying to run the string with
    their hands and gettin tangled plus it is a lot quicker. Bernard

  14. Dang Rick, those are some big freaking tomatoes. Thanks for sharing

    Nice watering system. I would try it out but i just bought a bunch of PVC
    to build a drip system with it.

    Have you thought about using re-mesh cages? I don’t know how much time you
    have to spend messing with the weave set up. but a 150′ roll ~$100 will
    make 25 cages or about 45′ of row. I know from experience the cages are
    fairly self maintaining other than pushing the plants inside them every day
    or so.

    I know you plant a lot and it would be an investment but the cages should
    last 10+ years.

  15. Gardening in Norway Reply January 26, 2015 at 2:32 pm

    Your vegs are coming on beautiful, Rick!
    I`ve grown a lot of different bean varieties through the years, and this
    summer I`m growing Blue Lake bush beans for the first time. I got my first
    harvest a couple days ago, and cooked up a handfull of them for a taste
    test. WOW! Never tasted a bean like that before. Just an incredible
    gastronomic experience! I got very surprised over how sweet the beans
    tasted. Didn`t expect that. Loved it.
    Does the Blue Lake pole beans taste the same?

    All the best,

  16. The Self Sufficient Life Reply January 26, 2015 at 2:33 pm

    Lookin’ good, my friend!!! Wish I had enough flat space to get my garden
    looking like that. I have to use 3 different locations because of size and

  17. AWESOME garden. Your tomatoes are HUGE. What do you fertilize with? Your
    soil looks sandy.

  18. Looks good Rick! That is a neat trick with the twine:)……ann

  19. Wow now that’s a nice crop, I’m glad the water line is working for you,
    although I know its not the same as a good rain, Great update my friend, :) 

  20. That’s a handy contraption you made there for you string. I like it. Good

  21. What a beautiful garden. Thanks for sharing your tips and tricks!

  22. Your trellis idea is great! Will try that. How simple and smart. Looking
    really great Rick. So interesting on those bricks too for the squash. Oddly
    enough I did the same thing with some tree limbs in my yard. Bricks are
    more stable I see. Corn is looking fantastic! Thanks for the update.

  23. Brother I was feeling good about my little garden till I watched this. It
    all looks great!!

  24. Keyplayr61 Greenhouse Hydroponics And Gardens Reply January 26, 2015 at 6:07 pm

    Beautiful green jungle you got there, Rick! gonna be eatin good here

  25. Man those tomatoes got my mouth watering.