Added by on 2016-03-09

Long overdue, here is the 2011 edition of Bob Webster’s vegetable gardening seminar. Bob will walk you through growing your own produce with all the helpful tips & products he’s used over the years in his garden. This is all done organically without the use of chemicals, pesticides and herbicides. As always, thanks to Bob Webster & Shades of Green nursery for hosting these great seminars & allowing me to film. I hope you find this information beneficial. Now as my buddy John Kohler (growingyourgreens.com) says- get out there and grow your greens! 🙂 Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVegetable Gardening 2010 Edition w/ Bob WebsterHealthy City – Prof. Chris Webster:Vegetable Gardening : Vegetable Garden Companion for Planting Bell PeppersVegetable Gardening : How to Control Ants in Vegetable GardensVegetable Gardening : How to Grow Large Sweet OnionsVegetable Gardening : How to Protect Vegetable Plants from Frost Damage

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15 Comments

  • sandy johnson 1 year ago

    Hi would love to talk with with about garding. I have lots more questions to ask you .

  • Joan Smith 1 year ago

    Hummm I wonder if BT hanging plays a  part in the monarch decline (even if you don't spray it on the milkweed)

  • Chris Gilliam 1 year ago

    Excellent talk.

  • OrganicTexas 1 year ago

    Bob promotes the no-till method of planting. So if you a garden plot or acreage, no-till does the least amount of damage to the good bacteria. When planting a tree, you obviously need to dig a hole, but the hole is less damaging than if you tilled an entire acre. Bob would also recommend adding compost & compost tea to the tree after planting to get the good bacteria & microorganisms thriving again.

  • CINTHYA KNOX 1 year ago

    So youre saying not to tilt the soil because you dont want to kill the good bacteria and disrupt the soil but you have to dig a big hole in the ground in order to transplant your fruit trees right? so you do end up damaging the soil? Great video by the way.

  • OrganicTexas 1 year ago

    I'm glad you found what you're looking for. Sadly I haven't filmed anything recently, but hope to return with more videos. Thanks for watching.

  • Talma StormPhoenix 1 year ago

    I was looking for last year's video because I've been referencing something Bob said about the organic material in the soil and had been linking to it. Well a few days ago when I referenced it and couldn't find it I started to panic and then I decided to check this video out and lo and behold it's an updated version with the info I was looking for in the first five minutes!lol Thanks for the series!

  • Caroline Baines 1 year ago

    Thanks!

  • OrganicTexas 1 year ago

    Hi. I'm not Bob, but I did film his seminar 🙂

    Those folding cages are Texas Tomato Cages & can be purchased at TomatoCage [.] com

  • Caroline Baines 1 year ago

    Hey Bob, thanks for posting this! What kind of tomato cages did you show? I didn't catch the name. Thanks! Caroline

  • ArizonaAdventures 1 year ago

    great talk!

  • Default Name 1 year ago

    Oh thank goodness! I've been having Bob Webster withdrawals. I love his garden tips! – Mark

  • OrganicTexas 1 year ago

    @ELHIEGER1 Glad you enjoyed it. They're having a drip irrigation seminar this weekend I'm hoping I can attend, but it's not looking so good. Hopefully, though. Stay tuned!

  • Ted Spradley II 1 year ago

    @S1lv3rblad3 nevermind. 5 mins later he said to do this. Lol.

  • Ted Spradley II 1 year ago

    If I was preparing my soil ahead of time for an area should I just spread compost on the area as soon as possible and let it sit static there? or add it to the soil immediately before planting?