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http://www.youtube.com/CaliforniaGardener How to grow your own backyard grapes. Once you have the plants in the ground by the second year they should be producing you some grapes! This will help you optimize your grape size and health. It is best to prune the plants during the growing season and trim the grape clusters as seen in the video for bigger table grapes. Video Rating: / 5 http://waysandhow.com A common misconception concerning tomatoes is that they are believed to be essential parts of the vegetable garden, when they are, in fact, part of the family of fruits. They come in many varieties and each kind has specific qualities and needs. Here’s how to grow tomatoes Video Rating: / 5 Related Postsorganic grapes in grow bag terrace gardening /roof top garden organic fruitsThe Benefits of Backyard GardeningBackyard Organic Container Vegetable Garden Perfect for People Who RentPlaygrounds, Aesthetic and Family Oriented Backyard IdeasHydroponic Backyard Garden – 10-14-15aquaponics systems | hydroponics | backyard aquaponics

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39 Comments

  • Mas Merah 1 year ago

    nice ..n…very good

  • dan8 1 year ago

    Do you have to spray them with fungicides at all?

  • MR. FLAME 1 year ago

    are these seedless thompson?

  • Jackie Jackson 1 year ago

    Really helpful advice for someone who hasn't done it before.

  • B Green 1 year ago

    I thought this was going to be about how to grow grapes, not how to make them bigger.

  • Chris & Tammy Corbit 1 year ago

    hey quick question i just purchased a house out in the country. i have a huge grape vine that has grew around my fence out front that is metal type bars …looks like grapes have been here for probably 6 or 7 years…how do i care for this vine…i want to grow grapes for the next year? the vine is huge and i cant wait to get started can u give me some advice how to care for these vines to get them going ….i had alot of grapes so far but i believe they got burned up by the sun maybe?????? or bugs or something…they are green but i have no clue of what kind besides green…lol

  • The Random Gardenizer 1 year ago

    Red Flames do well in las Vegas to

  • ilyas khadar 1 year ago

    my grapes does not germinate properly what happened and how many days does it germinate

  • Viktor F 1 year ago

    Отлично. Виноград – класс! Посмотрите про виноград у меня на канале.

  • Martin Martinez 1 year ago

    I'm a total novice, I have a grape tree that only produced 1 small bunch how do I get more

  • Nature 1968 1 year ago

    Title is misleading  … It should be saying ..  How to maintain your grapevine's

  • kittyzat 1 year ago

    poop

  • Shelley Taylor 1 year ago

    MY GRAPES WERE LOADED NOW NO GRAPES WHAT HAPPENED??????

  • Vv hese 1 year ago

    Can u show a tutorial of how to plant a grape plant.

  • moises molina 1 year ago

    He sounds like Freddie Roach

  • poowwoop 1 year ago

    I accidentally broke off a huge portion of my vine (I just bought a plant from Lowes') there is still a portion on the original vine with a leaf on and we planted that, but can I still plant/grow that broken off portion? We just stuck it in the ground and going to buy another vine, but was still wondering if there was any way that the broken off vine could root and continue to grow.

  • Working Analytics 1 year ago

    That vine is a mess

  • Dale Britton 1 year ago

    Grow perfect grape vines that produce up to 42 pounds of grapes on a single vine. – No previous experience needed!

  • Enrique Gonzalez 1 year ago

    Wow. I just bought some grape plants, will need to find good spots for them if the vines grow that much. Great tip on thinning them!

  • April Buonamici 1 year ago

    What kind of mulch should I use under my grapes to prevent weeds from growing?

  • alex dizzydotzguineapigz 1 year ago

    you can add espom salt and water in a spray bottle and spray on your crops to increase yield

  • Steve Mayweather 1 year ago

    1:06 for the meat and potatoes (the information)

  • Cory Pearson 1 year ago

    Thanks again , but I don't think adding warm water will help =o 

  • Bugin One 1 year ago

    Lovely food

  • Jowilyn Zeira Felipe Arimbuyutan 1 year ago

    Adi wowwwwwww: )

  • Jeff Waterman 1 year ago

    i love tits

  • Kimberly Mobley 1 year ago

    you lost me when you did not show how to grow duh

  • Janardhn Vathada 1 year ago
  • N Valdez 1 year ago

    I wouldn't add just any animal "dung' to my plants (like dog, cat, etc.). I would just buy the manure from the store (cow, horse, in the like). Plus feed them also. LOL

  • K I Mohammed Ismail 1 year ago

    Thanks a lot

  • gusy629 1 year ago

    I like green tomatoes by making salad.

  • Zevil Gehannivani 1 year ago

    this nice but I prefer good visual lesson so I can grow many awesome veggies.

  • Francesco Galea 1 year ago

    the best

  • Andrej Shmal 1 year ago

    Great instruction.However I also would not recommend watering the plants from above as this can stimulate illness, like Phytophthora.

  • Woody Hueston 1 year ago

    is there any difference in the taste of tomatoes as far as location of states????

  • jpsmart59 1 year ago

    I have like 2-3 tomato plants growing in the backyard but the leaves are turning brown on them. One is already has two tomatoes that are green. I used a mixture of garlic powder, liquid dish soap and baking soda as I read online it would be to kill the pests off and sprayed them yesterday. Today, the leaves were more brown than any other time. I think the spray must be the reason. Don't know what to do about this problem?:-(

  • Truman 1 year ago

    Thanks for the information this will help me

  • Zylo gamer 1 year ago

    watering tomato plants from above as shown at 3:27 can be dangerous and i wouldn't recommend it. Not only does it make the soil below the plant splash up onto the leaves and greatly increase the chances of a soil borne disease, the wet leaves get a greater chance of developing a disease like mildew due to the water on the leaves. watering plants at the base, below the leaves but just above the soil is best because it reduces splashing and the plant still gets water.

  • Dehrji45mx 1 year ago

    I like tomatoes