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Prepare Your Garden For Winter! Final Summer Harvest. Yes, this video is a bit late, but better late than never! 🙂 Now that summer is over, it’s time to prepare your garden for winter and hopefully you have already done your winter gardening. Any area of garden that you will not be planting to a winter garden should be cleaned of last seasons garden debris. If you till your soil, it would be a good time to get out the rototiller and rototill the area once to kill harmful insect larva that hide in the soil and under garden debris. Many people don’t cultivate their garden but use back to eden or no-till gardening methods. Each style has benefits and drawbacks. Harvest the last of your summer produce if you haven’t already done so too! It’s not necessary to leave the produce out to rot in the garden. If you don’t use it or preserve it, feed it to your animals, compost it or even give it away to friends and neighbors! Keeping your garden clean helps make it ready for next season and help prevent disease and insect problems the next spring. After all, when homesteading, we rely heavily on our gardens! Watch “Remove garden vegetation”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rL4epGwj-M PLEASE SHARE, comment and subscribe! Please click the thumbs up button! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsResult of “Pigs in the Garden” Update June 5,2016 | Homestead KidsPLANES FOR KIDS VIDEO: Skipper Riley Model Kit Zvezda from Disney Cartoon Toys ReviewJust Kids Career Day CateringKids in the Garden – Sunflower Seed Harvest! ( Russian Mammoth Sunflowers)GRO GARDEN – a NEW kids app to discover ORGANIC GARDENINGThe Kids Plant A Summer Vegetable Garden | Homestead Kids

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  • bintlooda 1 year ago

    Love seeing the bonding time with ur son he is so cute

  • Brian Keith Lawson 1 year ago

    Great crop! Green pumpkins can be ripened – just do a Google search. If they're hybrid pumpkins, you can have some fun with the seeds, not knowing what you'll get out of them if planted. So long as the green tomatoes are not squooshy, they can still be fried. You know it's fall when the kids don the hoodies!

  • david clarke 1 year ago

    hi thanks for the video good one

  • Nathan Colwill 1 year ago

    is the tuck manual or automatic i like the tuck please do sell the tuck it very nice and I love the road train VB tuck who helping with Tuck is it going to be your son or daughters in big job on truck if it is your son can we see him turning the key from in inside the truck and can he start the tuck in barefoot please and thankyou so much I love all video

  • overload65 1 year ago

    Its good to see Hannah up and about again the fresh air will help a lot you have been able to grow a lot and Skyler has done well with all his vegetables.God Bless.

  • LarryG Okieusa 1 year ago

    Yay!!! Hanna is and moving! Now would be a good time for some fried green maters. Yum! Can't wait to see your next pumpkin patch Skyler!!

  • Weatherwitch1 1 year ago

    Your house is coming on really well. I bet you'll be pleased to have it done for the winter. I'm getting my garden ready for winter too when I can get outside between the deluges and gales. Over an inch of rain fell last night and this morning and there is loads of flooding in the west. At least its mild, up to 60F today. It looks a bit cooler in your video but clear blue skies again and so dry! You seem to hardly ever get rain except for summer storms? Your pumpkins look great, how do you keep everything watered or do the kids do it???

  • William Folwell Shryock Cooke 1 year ago

    Well at least everyone has the fireplace ready so that way they'll stay warm☺.

  • PickledHamProduction 1 year ago

    You guys have prompted me to start a garden next year. Thinking about experimenting with above the ground bed. You guys ever did any of that? I noticed the kids always closes the knife blade. Thats a good habit to have.

  • wizard1396 1 year ago

    The soil looks pretty good there. Glad to see Hanna up and about. SkyGuy, shoes, really?? I juicy worm + 1 potato bug and 1squash bug today 🙂 One nice thing about living away from the city is no worry about terrorist attacks . We were in a few of the places in Paris in April and were going back next week. Perhaps we will just stay in Italy. We pray for all the families and the injured in Paris. Hugs to all

  • Teresa H 1 year ago

    Yeah, it's about that time of year again. Nice late season harvest. God Bless and take care.

  • dugc 1 year ago

    Looks like there will be plenty of pumpkins for pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving, and even some for Christmas, if you so choose.

  • buck tooth bettys boyfriend 1 year ago

    A BIG THUMBS UP.

  • buck tooth bettys boyfriend 1 year ago

    GREAT VIDEO HOMESTEAD KIDS.

  • buck tooth bettys boyfriend 1 year ago

    YES HE DID A GOOD JOB ON THE PUMPKIN GARDEN. THEY ALL DID A GOOD JOB ON THE GARDEN.

  • buck tooth bettys boyfriend 1 year ago

    WE GOT FROST TO.

  • buck tooth bettys boyfriend 1 year ago

    I GREW PUMPKINS ONCE WHEN I WAS A KID & THEY DINT GET NO BIGGER THEN A APPLE.

  • Banana Split 1 year ago

    Amazing there is still quite a bit left! Love how you all work together…You're not just building a homestead, you're building people! Blessings, Jenn

  • Johnny Umphress 1 year ago

    Curious what your storehouse looks like to carry you into the winter.