Added by on 2015-07-26

Today before the rain hits again, we harvest our Green Beans, & Potatoes, Tomatoes, and also check on our summer squash, corn, and take a closer look at the tomatoes. Related PostsJuly Container Garden Harvest Update Deer and Possum Organic Vegetable Gardening lettuce seedContainer Garden Update 1 Harvest Layout Varieties Organic Raw Food Vegetable Gardening How to GrowHuge Harvest & Complete Walkthrough of The 100% Organic Vegetable GardenHuge Carrot Harvest #141 Heirloom Organic Vegetable GardenHarvesting Onions, Potatoes, Garlic, Shallots, Tomatoes in the Organic Vegetable GardenSuccession Planting: How to Harvest More From Your Vegetable Garden

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39 Comments

  • Lisa Lisa 2 years ago

    Hi there, wonderful garden! thank you for the vid, husband would like to know what the black weed mat looking stuff is and why did you use it? thanks?

  • GOH BOMBA 2 years ago

    We are not able to grow veggies into big leaves , there must be somthing missing withe soil?

  • Eran herman 2 years ago

    how far apart are you planting your tomatoes??

  • Plot 69 2 years ago

    That's a great healthy looking garden. Tomatoes and potatoes look great. Subbed ?

  • Vegan Nurse Practitioner 2 years ago

    My plants get blight almost before I get the seeds!! lol, how do you keep your tomato plants so clean of blight or grey mold from all the rain, my heirlooms all have been blighty very early. How are you preventing this on your plants??

  • steve john 2 years ago

    i hope u grow heirloom vegetables!?! awesome garden though?

  • NubianQueen04 2 years ago

    WoW! Beautiful Garden and potatoes!?

  • twesam 2 years ago

    Nice garden! Silly me, my first try at gardening and I started late and didn't label them. Oh well, there's always next year to get things right.
    Thanks for your vids, gives us rookies some hope, lol!?

  • Paul D 2 years ago

    Nice garden and harvest…About how many potato plants did you plant this year??

  • Brenda Shoemaker 2 years ago

    Great harvest, would love to try those blue potatoes, bet they were tasty!?

  • Dee M 2 years ago

    Beautiful garden ?

  • Joan Smith 2 years ago

    What kind of weed cloth/plastic are you using? Where did you get it? What a beautiful garden! I like seeing your happy chickens checking out the harvest as well.?

  • Jane Kelly 2 years ago

    Incredible harvest – that rain has obviously suited your vegetables! Lovely to 'meet' you and look forward to seeing your garden develop further.?

  • wildchook (Mary) 2 years ago

    Great potato harvest Brandon!?

  • Orange Lee 2 years ago
  • ItsYourHomeBoy 2 years ago

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  • ana martinez 2 years ago

    you guys should put some wood chips so when it rains a lot your tomatoes wont get drenched :)?

  • Ricardo Dejano Jr 2 years ago

    Great! Thank you for sharing.. Godbless!?

  • Matthew Treebirch 2 years ago

    "Hacks"??

  • Mona Lisa 2 years ago

    Permanent markings can be removed easily with axe deodorant spray. The only good use for it I know of.?

  • Mama Spooky 2 years ago

    how about hanging upside down growing plants? like tomatoes, cucumbers and Asian eggplant? even beans and peas can be grown upside down. also for small spaces.?

  • Beatriz Lion 2 years ago

    genial………….?

  • CABisGAMING 2 years ago

    I do not plant anything.. I dont know why I enjoy watching this…?

  • John T 2 years ago

    I enjoyed this video. I have a pyramid I made with cedar trimmings from a snow damaged shrub and green gardening twine.

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  • Massimo 2 years ago
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  • You Can Only Spend It Once 2 years ago

    Love the diy seed starting in cardboard tubes! Will definitely soak my peas before planting this fall! Thank you!?

  • Joshua 2 years ago

    Nice gardening video…

  • Ed Harley 2 years ago

    If you plant long rows of tomato plants- I've got about 25- you can save a huge amount of time by trellising them with the Florida Weave method.?

  • Aleksander Hov 2 years ago

    2:45 canibbalizim!!!!?

  • Prestige Landscaping LLC & Garden Center 2 years ago

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  • Dr. Sandra Stokes 2 years ago

    I love the use of bathroom tissue rolls and will implement their use. Thank you so much for the information. I love your channel and have subscribed. Which app are you using for your garden planning? I'm so excited I avant wait till the sun rises to begin.?

  • TheChio2011 2 years ago

    Thank you for the wonderful information. Btw love your accent :)?

  • jmjgrasya 2 years ago

    and its ver helpful and useful.God bless and be always a blessings to everyone..?

  • Dan N 2 years ago

    I loved the "Rock markers"- the wooden ones get expensive. Great tip !?

  • Vaughn Given 2 years ago

    Great tips… miss my garden and fresh veggies and herbs…?

  • Loopey ange 2 years ago

    Some really good ideas ??

  • PAUL STONE 2 years ago

    Great video. I've subscribed to your channel and I look forward to following you on YouTube. Thanks for sharing.?