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I share my secret to huge harvests for fruit trees and berries. I’m sharing this because I don’t want it to be a secret. I want everyone to know how they can get huge harvests from their fruit… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Protecting your vegetable garden plants from wind, heat and pests can dramatically increase your plant production and health. I share a year round method of protecting your valuable plants… Video Rating: 5 / 5 Related PostsHow To Grow An Apple Tree From Seeds – Growing Apples Fruits – Planting Dwarf Fruit Trees – JazevoxGardening for Beginners – How to Sucessfully Plant a Fruit Tree in Your BackyardEvery Home Garden Should Have this Fruit TreeIndoor Gardening Growing a Vegetable & Fruit TreeINCREDIBLE 200+ FRUIT TREE & URBAN GARDEN IN PHOENIX ARIZONABerry Good Farms at N FL School of Special Education ROCKS!

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43 Comments

  • Marisa Marino 2 years ago

    What do you do to protect from the plum curculio??

  • TorontoLibertarian 2 years ago

    That is awesome.
    I’m getting one of those.?

  • Andy Gowens 2 years ago

    Where do you get the 16-16-16 fertilizer and what type is it (Water Soluble
    or regular)??

  • Bruce Wayne 2 years ago

    What breed of black berries was that? Primeark?
    ?

  • Lance D 2 years ago

    Very Impressive Plum Production. I have several fruit trees (20) Varieties
    include Apple, Pear, Plum and Cherry. I’ve never used anything on them
    except compost and manure. I’m very excited about the success you’ve had
    with the Weekly Feed and I plan to follow suite exactly this year. How
    often are you watering this plum tree??

  • Garden Novice Farm 2 years ago

    How old is your plum tree? It’s a beautiful harvest…?

  • Love2boat92 2 years ago

    Doesn’t it get expensive having to feed all of your plants every so often??

  • Steve Sanders 2 years ago

    How do you calculate the amount to feed each tree? Trunk diameter?
    Curious to lean more.?

  • Kk Andretti 2 years ago

    You lucky i’m not your neighbor — i could make you all the Plum Wine youi
    liked..:)?

  • quinones19601 2 years ago

    Hello brother can I plant a fruit tree in heavy clay soil thanks. Please
    answer God bless you. ?

  • Gardening & More 2 years ago

    wow lots of fruit ?

  • Carlota Chmielewski 2 years ago

    Beautiful! What is the variety of plum tree??

  • GREENLALI 2 years ago

    Can you make a tutorial on how to care for blueberries, raspberry. Please?

  • Alberta Urban Garden Simple Organic and Sustainable 2 years ago

    That’s a fantastic thing you did with your nephew inspiring him to try and
    love new food ! ?

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago
  • SerenityGene 2 years ago

    Still not sustainable nor organic. Nice results all the same though.?

  • Phil Brown 2 years ago

    What variety of plum tree is that please??

  • luznegra 2 years ago

    Wow this is all I can say?

  • Over 40 and Fit 2 years ago

    And one more thing, since the Big Agra-business took over of farming
    America, they don’t do the due diligence of preparing the soil for
    planting, maybe some high-powered Miracle Grow chemical but it’s not
    nature, trace elements & minerals are and we see that with weaker harvests,
    the vegetables are not as nutritious in years past. Every single trace
    element & mineral should be found in the ground, & except for the three in
    the air, where else are you going to find them? Adding trace elements &
    mineral is good for the body & the immunity.?

  • Madeline Rivers 2 years ago

    Would you please do a vid on collecting and store seeds.?

  • karl9x 2 years ago

    Thank you for sharing, do you know what type of plum tree that is??

  • Leslie Fox 2 years ago

    I just planted 2 plum trees and 2 grapefruit according to your bare root
    planting video. i used osmocote which I have used for 30 years. I even
    took a deep breath and pruned them back. When should I begin using my
    Mittleider fertilizer? Thanks and love your videos. Also, do you think if
    you fertilized a little less often you may get fewer but larger plums??

  • Miss Amanda 2 years ago

    Just ordered the course and some of the nutrient packs! Can’t wait to see
    the how they do. Our Tomatoes and trees are suffering this year here in the
    California valley due to lack of rain, which leads to an extreme lack of
    nutrients. I am really excited to try this and to learn more. Thank you for
    sharing 🙂
    Blessings~ Amanda?

  • Gendo3s2k 2 years ago

    Tiny plums~
    What type is that???

  • Mario Greco 2 years ago

    How do you find the difference between Mittleider gardening and the Back to
    Eden method you have done? Or do you incorporate both??

  • Nantucketfog 2 years ago

    How do you store the plastic and cloth when not in use? Do you store it
    wrapped around the wood along the long ends??

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    Please see the link below the video.

  • TheHossUSMC 2 years ago

    All plants and people are a little different. I live in the northwest
    because i like the cold and rain.

  • myth30797 2 years ago

    I rmember that you put cardboard down then the mulch. Is it possible to
    plant a potato patch in this type of gardening system? Do the beds need to
    be deeper? Is the back to eden system better for potatos? Thanks. I love
    the vids. Do you can your harvest?

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    No cardboard or mulch in the garden only in the walkways. Potatoes will
    work great with the Mittleider gardening method. Much more so than the BTE
    method. The beds only need to be 8″ deep. You can watch all my Mittleider
    gardening videos in the playlist for more info.

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    I have but I am focused on an off-grid gardening system that I can sustain
    if there is no electricity. I think aquaponics is very cool.

  • Dove Money 2 years ago

    WHERE DID you buy this fabrick

  • Looking for a Better Way 2 years ago

    Now that you added the verticle 2x4s, do you recommend leaving more space
    between the grow boxes or not making the T-Frames as wide?

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    Thank you. The fruit tree in the video is in a huge pot so no problem with
    house foundation issues.

  • baraszu 2 years ago

    I too want to say Thank you for your videos. I was sure Back To Eden was
    the way to go coupled with Mittleider feedings – but your videos are an
    amazing testimony to Mittleider Method.

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    My short hoops did great. I was really pleased. I know we have strong winds
    here that is why I use the heavy duty clamps. Time will tell but I have it
    designed to withstand high winds. We may find out Sunday. We are suppose to
    have extreme weather then.

  • MrGamingStone 2 years ago

    I was Wondering because im in south texas and we get no frost here would it
    be ideal to grow all year long.i bearly started my garden and have seen
    real success on my balcony

  • THE DAILY PREP 2 years ago

    great vid LDS. Thanks for showing. Not familiar with the mittleider method,
    but sounds interesting. kudos and happy warmer weather. -Dan

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    Houston. We love it here.

  • ZombieTex1 2 years ago

    Have you looked into Aquaponic Gardening? I’m starting to look into it more
    because it supposedly produces so much more food than traditional
    gardening, and also produces fish along with the vegetables.

  • mike744 2 years ago

    I wonder how this would have held up with those 50 mile/hour winds
    Christmas day? my hoophouse got some damange from that….

  • smh3w 2 years ago

    I wanted to say thanks for staying away from a bunch of political crud and
    just posting informative videos 🙂 Are you worried about the placement of
    the fruit tree next to your house foundation?

  • MrGamingStone 2 years ago

    what part of south texas do u live in?