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20 Comments

  • Harry Hov 7 months ago

    awesome channel!!!

  • Happilyretiredmark 7 months ago

    Really enjoy your videos. They have been very helpful to me and my garden. I'm curious though. What do you do with all the food you grow? I know you use it but do you sell some as well? Thanks again!

  • kamerabsu 7 months ago

    WOW !!! Your gardens are amazing. You make it look so easy. I have a very small 50' x 40' garden that I can't keep up with. 🙂 101 acres of land that I don't use. Gosh, I wish I was younger….

  • Jim Marcum 7 months ago

    is that a black Lab you have there.

  • Robert Davis 7 months ago

    Very nice presentation . Thank you for making this video . You should be on Johnny Carson, Son .

  • splashdown50 7 months ago

    wonderful video and garden. what's your weed control strategy? Looks so clean!

  • John Holloway 7 months ago

    SUPER nice garden–super!
    I have a question because I am absolutely amazed by one thing in particular:
    NO INSECTS!!!
    You would think that insect would have a feast on a garden that size—they sure as heck devoured my small garden last year (2015) I am going to use netting this year.
    How did you keep the insects away??
    Thanks

  • KOSLOWSKI FAMILY FARM 7 months ago

    LOVE FOLLOWING YOUR CHANNEL

  • Lori Banton 7 months ago

    Love all your videos. Soooo helpful!

  • mrelectron62 7 months ago

    Looks like you got some squash bugs on them butter cup squash posing for the camera not much you can do once they
    get at the plants. I gave up growing my giant pumpkins down here due to them pest and not much you can do once there here. Love your videos even so I been doing this a while my self I always find some thing to learn from you keep up the good work Donald and god bless.

  • Rod M 7 months ago

    I like watching your videos. Not a bunch of needless jibber jabber. And the camera is still instead of moving around a bunch and giving me headaches. Nice job on the garden and the videos.

  • Raymond Salvatore 7 months ago

    im so impressed with you're garden what a great job and it looks like a great homestead very well taken care of !

  • N.E.Arkansas Trash Trucks&Lottery 7 months ago

    Man those pole beans went crazy they created a big wall of green I love it.My kentucky wonders would climb to the top of my 8ft fence and as you said start back down.The pole type will bear till frost kills them ..

  • dalton Jeffries 7 months ago

    what kind of pesticides do you use?

  • John H. 7 months ago

    How do you keep weeds out of the watermelons and cantaloupes once they begin to run?  Herbicide ?   Hoe? 
    Thanks
    John

  • Susan Schmitz 7 months ago

    Wow—I am so impressed with your garden.
    How do you keep it watered? Do you get ample rainfall or do you have drip irrigation. Questions–I have HUNDREDS !
    I have such sandy soil up here in Michigan. I also have only a 90 day growing season. I would so love to garden where you live. You're very lucky! (But I admit, I don't like HOT steamy weather)
    :)

  • russell jones 7 months ago

    how do you keep the deer from going crazy in your garden?
     Russ…. Kansas city mo.

  • Larry Cherveny 7 months ago

    How do you keep the weeds out of you melon rows?
    Love your videos, keep them comming. 

  • William Strope 7 months ago

    Never mind…Found it!

  • William Strope 7 months ago

    Do you have a link for how to build the pvc watering poles?  Looks like a great watering technique