Vegetable Garden Tour & Tips 7/29/2018: Priorties, A Birdbath & Tomato Sauce Recipe

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I address birds pecking tomatoes, talk about dragonflies and birdbaths and show you my tomato sauce recipe. Sometimes we are gone from the garden for various reasons. When we get back to it, we need to follow garden priorities. Put weeding and other tasks to the side until you check for diseases, pests and treat them. Harvest everything and the get your sprays down. Let the other things wait.

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David Kenny says:

Good reminders/instruction that upon returning to the garden after time spent way. Weeding is always necessary, but seldom is it part of the "critical path" when you've been kept out of the garden for a few days, particularly in the middle of the growing season. Hence, the "critical path" actions to to assess for bug damage, physical damage, evidence of disease, and fruits for harvest — before you let all of your time in the garden be consumed by weeding. Your commentary helps people remember that a pretty-looking garden is a secondary concern to making sure that the plants are fed, and the observed wilting (particularly in cases where it has been raining for days and can't be attributed to lack of water) is addressed quickly and directly, before letting oneself spend hours on weeding.

Vicki Sann says:

How do I get mildew?

Mister M Khan says:

Lovely harvest, love the video!

Catherine's Garden of LWS says:

Beautiful harvest! I like the way that you showcase the vegetables. I love your wild flowers. I like the way that you use a tomato cage to plant your watermelons. My vine plants are running all over my grass. It is beautiful but not efficient. Thanks for sharing!

Sharon says:

Hi Gary, thanks for sharing your videos. I have a question, how many days do you have to wait to harvest your food after you fertilize them?

Glenn Kim says:

Thank you for sharing your knowledge. Awesome garden and harvest.

belle lafe says:

Lovely garden!
Tq for sharing

paty arriaga says:

Do you protect the seedlings from the rain?

Asha C. says:

great video as always. thank you.. especially on the tomato saucr.. Question about cucumbers.. my container cucumbers are producing yellow or very light green cucumbers.the first few harvests were green… any reason why or anything I should be doing? thank you

Chris says:

Agreed about the water soluable fertilizers, which arent bad in of themselves, only the salt fraction that can cause problems if builds up.
There's some goodness using unprocessed fertilizers but a lot of the organic claims are marketing lies, e.g. an organic garden is pest/disease free.
Some things that people add to soil look like unprocessed stuff, like gypsum, but is actually a byproduct of a induced chemical reaction (to produce fertilizer) on source rock that is somewhat radioactive.
It's mostly the pesticides to be wary of. As some of them are toxic to all life ,not just bugs.
Good on you for showing real alternatives to the rather ineffective hippie organic panacea that is exclusive use of say garlic or neem oil spray. Maybe even those could be effective however we act late and tend to overdo it, causing more damage.

Edelweiss Stamaria says:

Thanks for the video so many ideas I learned a lot 😍

Elizabeth Myers says:

Great video! What a harvest!! Question, how close to harvest can you spray your plants with neem oil? Thanks.

Jill Cox says:

Hi Gary!! I love love love your garden !!! You have taught me so much about gardening!!! If it wasnt for you I think most of my vegetables would have succumb to insects. And not to mention my tomatoes would have been demolished from aphids and the black residue left behind from them pesky little things. I also love the way you make your tomatoe sauce , its quick and easy !!! Thanks so much for taking time out of your days to make videos for all us fellow gardeners!!!

Sharon Godbout says:

Pepperonchino…. jalapeno…ceyenne…. weeds…. LOL! Cute how you fit that one in there!!
Amazing garden tour Gary! 🙂

Anon Z says:

Also love the sauce instructions, you make the process so easy.

Lucy Thomas says:

Hi Gary.
Is it a good idea to feed tomato’s when temps are above 100? Your garden is amazing! Thank you for sharing. I’m excited to plant my garden next year. It should be better thanks to you and CaliKim.
Thanks Lucy.

Joshua Ferguson says:

love it. Curious as to what that vine you can see at about 10:18 is coming from.

Anon Z says:

Excellent video, will put water in the garden for dragon flies. Also my golden greek pepperoncinis turn a brown/red when left on too long and ripening too.

Mareya Cannenta says:

I'm in Maryland and my squash plants are turning yellow I made sure no beetles are on and no worms is there anything I can do to make them look green again?

Electric Cherry says:

Determinate tomatoes and hybrid seeds are stupid. Why would anyone grow them?

Electric Cherry says:

Please do an easy and cheap urban composting guide.

Patches says:

Terrific video – thanks. Love the sauce recipe and I'm thinking I need a blender like that! I currently have one of the old fashioned hand mixers with removable beaters. Thanks for peppermint spray tip!

Gardiner's Plot says:

wow! incredible harvest! everything looks great!

Rob Backyard Gardenerr says:

Another great video Gary! Solid tips and your garden looks great!

Bill's Allotments 2 Plots of Heaven says:

Hi you do have a marvellous garden there a pleasure to see and a credit to your hard work .all the best bill and val

thatpat1 says:

Gary do you find that Tiny Tim tomatoes have a tough skin naturally or is it environmental? What causes that?

Ellenn Oits says:

burst resistant tomatoes.

when it rains a lot check out sweetheart tomatoes comprable to grspe size raredly burst

N Alt says:

Nice! Your way of making sauce is easier than mine so I'm switching! What do you think the max usage for synthetic fertilizer should be?

SantaAnaRoadWildman says:

ahhhh Thanks Gary. u got the Scotch Bonnet going on! Some Jamaican! I fish emulsioned my whole back yard today = 1000s of flies!

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