Do-it-yourself Gardening Plant Food Intended for Expert Gardeners

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A garden complete of multi-colored and attractive flowers is every gardener’s dream. With this you can need to keep the few things in brain. You will need in order to use good organic fertilizer. Good compost not just gives you nutrients plus water to the put but additionally reduces illnesses. While planting young baby plants you must try not to harm the roots. Perennials need to be planted with best of their roots simply slightly above the terrain. It forces the put to grow stronger plus produce more flowers. Check out your soil’s nutritional content and use Sally’s plant food when the particular seedlings have grown just for at least one complete month. Another imperative aspect for gardening is the particular treatment of weeds mainly because they can destroy your own plants. To prevent this particular spread organic mulch about your plant to obstruct the growth of weeds.
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25 Comments

  1. RLSgardener

    I like that u share your hard times rather than only highlight the good.

    This year for me was very annoying with late frost and soggy ground. I lost
    entire crop of tomatoes and potatoes and had to replant. My pepper
    seedlings were way to big by the time I could xplant. The list goes on and
    on lol

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  2. jihadacadien

    We grow a lot of potatoes in my part of Canada but I never got aphids on
    mine. We do have colorado beetles. They can eat a plant pretty fast but
    they stay on the plant so you can see them. But in your climate (seems
    warmer than mine;) other bugs seem to like potatoes. 

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  3. Thumperlane Homestead

    So Kim what your really trying to say is your normal!!!!!?? 🙂 I loved
    this video! It helps us all get better and learn from each other thank
    you!!! And a trail cam works well for what the creature is. We use one on
    our land to figure out what we’re dealing with. Protect +MIgardener ‘s
    pumpkins at all costs!!!!

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  4. Jesse Taylor

    We’ve all had disasters hit our garden. You get props for sharing those
    failures anyway. We learn from our own mistakes and we help others learn
    from them too… you still get an A+ from me. Thanks for the great videos.

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  5. Geekella

    i found this very encouraging. last year, i tried gardening for the very
    first time in my life, and i did it all on my own with the encouragement of
    my family. so since i was a newbie, i had a TON of fun TRYING to grow stuff
    but not a single thing i grew from seed was a success. the only successes
    were some herbs my mom got me for my birthday as encouragement for me to
    get gardening. i was able to keep them alive and use the heck out of them xD

    i tried a pumpkin patch and it was doing VERY well until the pumpkin
    started to try to grow and i realized i planted them all too close and
    therefore the vines couldn’t handle the stress. the only thing i got to do
    with them was two of them grew big enough to be used as cute halloween
    decorations but not near big enough for the size they were supposed to be,
    and they weren’t edible, thus only using them for decoration lol

    BUUUT i had SO MUCH FUN growing them! like i don’t even care that i didn’t
    get to eat anything. going out every morning and seeing the way the patch
    was vining out longer and longer and all those cute bees buzzing around the
    yellow flowers every morning (omg i had a TON of bees!!) it was so much
    fun! so this year i’m making a strong effort to do it right, though i know
    it’s a possibility i still might not have a successful harvest

    so i’m starting out this spring trying to grow sugar baby watermelons (i’m
    starting the seeds this weekend in seed starter pods and then i’ll
    transplant later when the last frost is definitely gone) and i’m reading a
    lot about it and taking advice. so i’m excited

    thank you for your video. you’re right: if every plant isn’t a success it
    doesn’t mean that the gardening experience wasn’t a success. i’m gonna keep
    on planting until i can eat something out of it!!! haha

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  6. Savemyplant

    Let the best gardener shine- Pumpkin Contest right on. The looks like
    possum damage on the pumpkin when push comes to shove they like any kind of
    squash.

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  7. J&J Acres

    It is the effort and experience that counts! Well done Kim :-)

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  8. Wayne Meador

    *Way To Have A Positive Attitude* +CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY!

    I’ve never had a problem with fungus gnats before so I don’t know what to
    look for…interesting to see if the perlite fixes the issue. Maybe one
    reason the potatoes in the planter are getting eaten less is because it’s
    elevated?

    *Special Note* to +Joann Woolley…see, it’s really no big deal if you kill
    a plant along the way, even experienced gardeners do it to! 🙂

    *Very Fun Video To Watch, I really enjoyed it!*

    #Gardening #GardeningTips #SpringGarden 

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  9. Growing With God

    I respect someone who’s willing to share their mistakes as well as
    successes

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  10. Gardening With Puppies

    That applies to most of us. I’ve struck out more times than I’ve come home.
    That’s for sure. Don’t tell me that rats eating pumpkin, too. Those little
    critters have been stealing veggies from me for several years now. First it
    was sweet potatoes and lately it has been my tomatoes. Grrrrr. They make me
    so mad. Every time I get a nice ripe tomato, it ends up on the ground the
    next day, half eaten with tooth marks all around it. Time to bring out the
    big guns. Nah. The live trap. I hate killing them.

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  11. Learn To Grow

    Love your optimism Kim! Yes it is a learning experience for us all. You may
    be able to get a couple or more plants from the one strawberry that is
    still alive through its lateral crown (roots). If you decide to dig one up,
    look closely at the roots, you will see there’s more than one plant in that
    one! Garlic looks healthy, it may be repelling away insect pests and
    protecting your potato plant! Naturally garlic is a great insect repellent
    🙂 Love your tomato, it’s so great to be able to grow it year round! Keep
    up the great work! 🙂 Misilla

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  12. memberson

    I once had this problem with started plants, with fungus and the occasional
    insects that would eat the plants. I use two methods to help me deal with
    this situation one was I created a compost tea from distilled water. very
    likely the soil should never be wet barely moist. Compost will condition
    your plants to deal with fungus the other thing is as much sunlight as you
    can affordr to give them the vitamins in the sunlight stimulate plant
    growth.

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  13. dakotabob10

    At least I am not the only one who had a few garden issues. I over
    fertilized some of my plants with bad results. I chopped 4 sweet pickle
    peppers down to the soil and re-potted them. I did the same with some
    banana peppers. Surprisingly, they are coming back big time. On a good
    note, we have been eating indoor grown lettuce twice a week since the first
    week of January. I had lettuce in both soil and hydroponic. The new peppers
    that I planted in early January are doing super. They are all trying to
    flower. I keep pinching off all the flower buds. I will be harvesting some
    sweet pickle peppers soon that are turning red and I have a couple Fairy
    Tale eggplant that are flowering. These are big enough that I am going to
    let them fruit. In all, it is not too bad for my first shot at indoor
    gardening in North Dakota.

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  14. OneYardRevolution

    Very true and honest message! In 2012 I had an amazing winter squash
    harvest. In 2013, using the same approach, I had one acorn squash.
    Definitely not a home run every time!

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  15. Charm City Balcony Garden

    What variety of tomato is that? It’ll be cool if you can keep it going for
    another whole year! All my bags of soil outside is all chewed up and looks
    like your pumpkin:( Now I’m scared to open those bag thinking maybe some
    rodent made a little nest in there!

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  16. Gardening in Norway

    Good video! 🙂
    Sometimes things dont go the directions we wish them to do. Luckily there`s
    a lot of learning in those happenings. Hope your next seedlings do better.
    🙂
    I`ve noticed several times that strawberry plants can seem dead, -but they
    most often recover, and shoot up new and healthy growth.
    Fungus gnats can be hopeless sometimes. I usally cover my seedlings with
    plastic until they are strong enough to outgrow the gnat larvaes.
    Your big cherry tomato plant looks awesome! Hope it takes a third season as
    well.

    Best wishes,
    Halvor.

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  17. G'Maw's Garden

    there are a lot of people who are using Diatomaceous Earth that they buy
    from autozone it is an absorbent but 100%food grade to grow and germinate
    their seeds in. thnx for sharing

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  18. NEoutdoors

    I can’t fathom a tomato being around for an entire year. I have two feet of
    snow still.

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  19. The Productive Garden

    Great video Kim.
    It is just part of gardening that things dont work al the time but it is
    important keep going. Sometimes it isnt what you are doing but conditions
    at the time.
    This is the fun of gardening :)

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  20. CinemaSasquatch

    This is my first year in 10 years that I did not procrastinate. I ordered
    seeds early and have several varieties planted in seed starting Solo Cups,
    (thanks for the tip) and some have already sprouted. I have onions and
    potatoes planted in the raised bed already and the onions are showing signs
    of growth. Thanks for your videos.

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  21. martysgarden

    Yes, gardening is always about learning and getting a win here and there,
    every year is different for me. You should take some cuttings from that
    Tomato and keep growing more!
    I always enjoy your vids!
    Happy Gardening Marty Ware

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  22. LoveMoreJudgeLess

    Another great video Kim! If killing plants were a crime I’d be locked up
    for years! You’re so right! It’s not a home run everytime! Are you excited
    as I am about spring? I’m starting seeds this week. I have four 72 cells
    trays done so far. I’m going to try my hand at starting a whole bunch of
    African Daisies seeds. This will be my first time starting FLOWER seeds.
    YAY!!!! SPRING!!!

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  23. MIgardener

    loved this video kim. i always seem to have a few issues going on with my
    garden.. one thing that you probably have realized the hard way is that
    nothing can be perfect. Its just the way of the garden. 

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  24. CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY

    Hey everyone – you saw my potato picture earlier today, take a look at how
    other plants are doing from some previous videos – as you will see, some
    aren’t so great. Any suggestions?

    Reply
  25. CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY

    Hey everyone – you saw my potato picture earlier today, take a look at how
    other plants are doing from some previous videos – as you will see, some
    aren’t so great. Any suggestions?

    Reply

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