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Learn tips to control zucchini plants in your garden from Ron Patterson, USU Extension Carbon County. Connect with USU Extension! Facebook – http://facebook.com/usuextension Twitter – http://twitter.com/usuextension Pinterest – http://pinterest.com/usuextension LinkedIn – http://linkedin.com/company/usuextension Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsTour # 4 Tomatoes, Peppers, Cucumbers, Zucchini, Squash, Trellising & a Bird Bath -TRG 2016Vegetable Gardening : How to Plant Zucchini in a GardenVegetable Gardening: Growing Zucchini / Courgette: How to GrowZucchini on Tower GardenHow to Create & Manage an Organic Garden : Benefits of Organic GardeningIncrease Milk Production & Manage Feed Costs – Patz Vertical TMR Mixers

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19 Comments

  • Theresa Chalmers 1 year ago

    There are a lot of "experts" giving advise on YT, you are one of the few I trust and rely upon.
    Its obvious that you know what you are talking about. Thank you.

  • eileensforte 1 year ago

    Thank you so much for this video. I just started gardening and one of my favorite things to eat and grow is the zucchini and squash. This is a very valuable tip for me!

  • bowler8 1 year ago

    looks like the dogs were having fun too

  • Robert Huffman 1 year ago

    YOU CAN EAT THE FILLERS

  • Emmanuel Sorg 1 year ago

    YOU SHOD TALK ABOUY ON A NEW VIDEO ALL ABOUT HOW TO PROWN ZUCCININ PLANTS

  • Sopa de Caracol 1 year ago

    I love the doggies in the background doing their own thing :3 popó!

  • O Bernardi 1 year ago

    Can this method be used for other squash plants?

  • Harmon Ferrell 1 year ago

    My zucchini plant had vine borer. I did surgery on the plant to get rid of it and covered it back with soil.

    Before I did all of that, I cut off a zucchini that was ready to be picked. Took off the dried up end blossom and there was little white like maggot!… Where the blossom was. The vegetable look perfectly fine. Is it still safe to eat?

    P.S It wasn't over ripping.

    Can please help me with this problem. 

  • Bryce Rush 1 year ago

    Why do yours grow like a pumpkin or winter squash plant? All the zucchini I've grown grow like other summer squash as in more of a bush

  • J Avery 1 year ago

    The running through dog is the highlight… stealing the show…cute!

  • george ruzich 1 year ago

    Thanks for all the info. I've tried 3 years in a row to grow zucchini. Without any luck. This year with your help I will grow these guys.
    thanks

  • Rocky s Mum 1 year ago

    You can eat the leaves, it makes a tasty soup.

  • pro(crastinating) selfie stick 1 year ago

    The dog was the highlight lol

  • LearningDaily 1 year ago

    Nice video thanks

  • Jumpoff A 1 year ago

    The season is almost over. My zucchini survived the 2 weeks of 105 degree temp her in California. I really didn't get the little zucchini you see in the store; but, I got 4 large club size zucchini. They were hidden from sight. Thanks to your video, I how know what to do. Plus from my first season growing zucchini experience I how know what to expect from my zucchini. Lucky thing I planted my two plants at the end of my raised garden. I allowed them to overhang and grow wild to their hearts content. LOL Thank-You, your video is something that I should have seen a few months ago. It is very informative.

  • pipefitters1 1 year ago

    My zucchini gets about one and a half inches then it rotts off. what is my problem?

  • erickv1977 1 year ago

    what do you do with the flowers, do you know how good are the flowers for to make quesadillas, delicious find a reciped of  "quesadillas de flor de calabaza" or " squach blssoms" you will like

  • Chris Jx 1 year ago

    Eat the leaves! Google how to cook them.

  • nchevrea 1 year ago

    I planted zucchini in my garden and also many other types of winter squash all from seed.  The good news is that they all grew.  The bad news is that they are overtaking my garden.  Same thing with my cucumbers.   I am guessing I should prune them.  I do not want to kill them though.