Where to Buy Vegetable Garden Seeds, Which Refractometer for Gardening and more Q&A

John from www.growingyourgreens.com answers viewers questions: Using Cole as Fertilizer Where to Buy Seed What Oil to Treat Wood Raised Beds With What to Ask for to get the best Rock Dust at a Rock / Stone Quarry Which Refractometer to purchase for Gardening Are Broccoli Greens ok to eat
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18 Responses to “Where to Buy Vegetable Garden Seeds, Which Refractometer for Gardening and more Q&A”

  1. i found a product at a quarry here in northern Colorado called “Wicking Sand”
    it passed through a 200 mesh screen at has helped me immensely.
    Thank john for the approval of that product early in spring.

  2. yeah I meant biochar. Sorry, english is not my native language.

  3. you have a huge tuft on this vid.

  4. I finally found rock dust in my area YAY!

  5. John lies. He’s a great gardener and nice guy. He answers pretty much EVERYONE ( look at all the comments). LOL

  6. Rectum? Damn near killed him!

  7. John was in a really good mood when he made this one!!! Keep up the good work John! BTW- my rock dust and Mycorrhizae arrived today!

  8. keystoneprepper Reply May 9, 2012 at 3:25 am

    Can’t wait for the summer garden tour! John’s awesome!

  9. rectum damn near killed’em

  10. Early spring I put a biochar (terra preta) mix into all the cinder blocks in my garden, and planted lots of onions. When I read the mineral content of wood-charcoal and ash, the high sulphur content in ash makes it good to plant onions, because they will draw out the excess sulphur, and wow, those onions are HOT!

  11. GardenMatreshka Reply May 9, 2012 at 4:46 am

    Thanks for keeping the mood of your videos light and entertaining and for sharing your knowledge!

  12. JWxx10xx17xx2010 Reply May 9, 2012 at 5:03 am

    Do you know where I can buy Tree Collard seeds or cuttings?  I live in Lodi, CA. Do you think they will have some seeds at the upcoming National Heirloom Exposition?

  13. phantomcreamer Reply May 9, 2012 at 5:17 am

    Wine can be a very bad topic on this channel.

  14. Got wine? Anyhoos, I use biochar that I sift from the ashes of my wood burning stove. Seems to work pretty well. Do not use the ash as that is too alkaline – unless of course you have acid soil.

  15. hey john i live in india i am starting a large garden for growing all that is necessary for a kitchen that caters for a family of 10 …i am in need for a drip irrigation kit and some genuine seeds can u suggest a web site where i can have a safe transaction and which ship out the purchases to india plz it wuld be big help!!!!!!!!!

  16. Planet Vulcan blew up :(

  17. lol.. “fine girls” … love your sense of humor. I am truly appreciative of all your videos that I have watched so far (it’s in the 100s). I also just bought the Excalibur 3900 from your site and am loving it. THANK YOU so much :)

  18. Huge fan. I am having trouble finding tree collards in Sacramento maybe next time you are in town you could hook me up