Added by on 2017-01-10

Our awesome sponsor: https://www.firsttunnels.co.uk – This video is packed with 10 ways for you to have a more productive vegetable garden not only in 2017 but beyond. I hope that this video will arm you with more ideas to help increase productivity so you can grow more fruit and vegetables at home and save money. Here are the timestamps: 1) Building soil over winter 0:59 2) Crack down on the enemy 2:07 3) Succession planting plan 3:13 4) Vertical 4:15 5) Undercover growing 5:03 6) Interplanting 5:50 7) Pushing the boundaries of spacing 7:08 8) More of the best 7:52 9) Free fertilizers 8:59 10) Those pesky weeds 10:08 Links mentioned in the video: Preparing Raised Beds over Winter: https://youtu.be/97icQHwRyi8 The result video of pre-preparing: https://youtu.be/jNG4bG_vtMg OneYardRevolution channel: https://www.youtube.com/oneyardrevolution Square foot gardening: If you enjoyed this then please consider supporting HuwsNursery to help me create more great content for you: https://www.patreon.com/huwsnursery NEW!! Instagram: huws_nursery Snapchat: huwsnursery Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HuwsGardenNursery Subscribe to our newsletter with updates and exclusive content: http://huwsnursery.com/join Related PostsRecycling for the Garden: Upcycling Items for a More Productive Vegetable GardenVegetable Gardening: How to Plan a Highly Productive GardenVegetable Gardening : Unique Ways to Plant a Vegetable GardenBYE BYE to traditional outdoor farming as new indoor farm is 100 times more productive than fields!Succession Planting: How to Harvest More From Your Vegetable Garden3 Ways to Get More Energy & Increase Mental Focus!

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20 Comments

  • pashminagal 9 months ago

    There is a method called three sisters where you grow corn, pole beans and squash or melos together. The beans use the corn as the pole and the squash keeps the critters away…
    Also about weeds, a lot are edible and very nutritious. Dandelions have such nutrition, you can eat all parts, flowers included! I pick the flowers and dip them in pancake batter, and eat them with butter and syrup! YUM, they taste like honey.

  • Kenneth Stensrud 9 months ago

    It is fun to see how you have aged since one of your first videos…… You've become a handsome young bloke now :)

  • Carmen Jason 9 months ago

    You mentioned something about peas in rain gutters to control pests like mice. Can you please explain this further? I have a serious problem with mice in my garden.

  • Mike DeMan 9 months ago

    Just found your channel. Great content in this video. Looking forward to looking through the previous ones and seeing new ones for the growing year ahead. .

  • ikswej 9 months ago

    I f…………ng love you Huw. How come someone so young has such a passion for gardening. You put me to shame and that will change. Thanks so much for posting your videos l am going to watch every one of them. XXX

  • wormengoeroe 9 months ago

    a bit late, but happy new year and let's grow as many vegetables as wel all naturally can

  • Nathan Guidry 9 months ago

    what about horse manure.does it work pretty good.

  • Kieran Daly 9 months ago

    Fantastic. Great presenter. Thanks from Tokyo

  • angela lowe 9 months ago

    Fantastic and I will be applying this practice to my garden. You are helpful and very good advice. : ) God Bless.

  • Home Grown Veg 9 months ago

    Huw. Couldn't help but notice all that lovely topsoil over your shoulder and in nice small piles. HGV

  • rusty Shackleferd (mirrored eyes) 9 months ago

    next time have a picture of your sponsors product on the screen!!! would help me at least

  • russell higham 9 months ago

    a bout comfrey I have been  making  it for the last 2years and its  brilliant and smells to lolol  all mi alotmant wast gowes in to 3 big blue barrels weeds and netals  and water doun cow muk . looking forward to  sum mor of yor vidosx

  • russell higham 9 months ago

    loving it can we have more please and happy new year  xx

  • Ian M Burke 9 months ago

    4:20 Vertical gardening is a great tip! I doubled my garden size by "growing up"

  • argentum taibhsear 9 months ago

    Comfrey Tea is a waste of time.

  • Jim Kinson 9 months ago

    Glad I found your channel. Thanks for sharing these ideas. Blessings.

  • SurfinScientist 9 months ago

    Cool video!

  • Fiona Matthews 9 months ago

    Hello Huw, thanks for the great videos. I am new to your channel so not sure if you have already covered this question. Do you still use your ducks in the garden to eat garden pests? It seems like a really good idea but you didn't mention it in this video. Perhaps you found them not so good. I would like to get some to work in my veg patch so I'd be interested to hear your thoughts.

    Keep up the good work,
    Fiona.

  • OmgKittys78 9 months ago

    Where have you been for the last two years of my growing life?? Lol, just found your channel and I loved this episode. Really good info. I've heard most of these tips before but it's just not something I've practiced. I can tell my plants aren't doing to well because of it. Going to check out your other videos. Thanks!!

  • First Tunnels 9 months ago

    Great vdeo Huw, lots of very informative info, looking forward to the 2017 season.