May 31st Harvesting Fresh Vegetables from the Container Garden and the raised bed square foot gardening spraying bt caterpillar spray and neem oil on the cabbage worms and aphids insects tomatoes kale collards beets sugar snap peas radishes butternut squash raw food salad

End of July Garden Update with harvest and container gardening animal control deer possum eating tomatoes melon cantaloupe and cantelope save lettuce seed freezing peppers and green beans summer organic gluten free raw food diet

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If you don’t have a lot of time available to weed, water and maintain your vegetable garden, then efficient gardening techniques such as Square Foot Gardening could be the answer.

With simple and well-defined instructions, Square Foot Gardening is a great way to start growing your own food quickly, and with excellent results.

In this video, we introduce the thinking behind Square Foot Gardening and explain everything you need to know to setup your own SFG garden beds including the best soil mix, plant spacing, positioning, companion planting and supporting structures to use.

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Can a complete hydroponic salad be grown in one tote? Watch me violate the laws of hydroponics and find out.

I grew a radish, romaine and butter crunch lettuce, cilantro, and 2 Nantes Coreless carrots in a 3 gallon Rubbermaid tote with square holes cut in the lid for the 1.5 inch Grodan Rockwool cubes. This is the same tote I used to grow Kratky hydroponic carrots. Carrot grow details at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYa0Syea4P0

Plants were grown Kratky style, however several top offs (to about 50 percent reservoir capacity) were performed. Some refills were fresh tap water and some were nutrient solution (depending on appearance of new growth in plants).

Thrips forced me to restart the grow, because I didn’t want to be spraying stuff in my office. Pest issue details at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHLbzEsSw8k

I don’t check PH anymore, but in the past, this tap water has started around 7.8 and comes with about 350ppm of salts (mostly calcium I hope).

My setup:
Light fixture is a 4 bulb 4 ft T5 Milliard grow light 216 watts 6500k.
Tops of the plants were on average 8 inches from the bulbs.
14 hours on 10 off light cycle was maintained by a digital Hydrofarm timer (little white box everyone else uses).
Office environment stayed around 70 degrees F with 40 – 50 percent relative humidity.

Nutrient Solution Recipe (same thing I grow everything in)
1 gallon water
2 grams MasterBlend Tomato 4-18-38
2 grams Calcium Nitrate 15.5-0-0
1 gram Epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulfate)

Filmed on an iPhone6
Edited with iMovie 10.1.5
Voiceover recorded on a Blue Snowball ICE

Music is Siegfried’s Funeral March from Wagner’s Götterdämmerung

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A full tour of my garden as of July 23rd. I provide tips, talk about journaling, my ups, my downs, diseases and in the end the reason we have gardens. Still a great harvest of so much!

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I love to garden! Today, I made my own DIY Fairy Garden. If you decide to make your own garden, don’t forget to add sparkles and glitter like I did!! Everything’s better with a little sparkle 😉 Thanks for watching!
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