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After almost a year using the Mittleider gardening method I have some updates, tips and tricks I want to share to help you simplify, and improve your vertica… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Related PostsGrowing a Vegetable Garden Update Tips & Tricks June 30 2014Mittleider Garden Update: Albert & Irene’s Fall GardenAquaponics Grow Tower (Tips and Tricks On Growing Vertically with Fish)Autopot Easy2Grow Autopot XL Hydroponic System Tutorial, Tips and TricksVertical Gardening Ideas, Green WallsSolar Powered Rooftop Garden Design (Owners Share Practical Tips And Tricks)

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25 Comments

  • schickmann 2 years ago

    I cant thank you enough. Your videos and teaching, sharing and careing came
    straight from the heart. I have learned so much from you and my 12yr old
    daughter are having a wonderful summer in our vertical garden putting
    mittleider methid and learning from you into practice.?

  • Brett Sanders 2 years ago

    When you brought the PVC hoops to the inside, did you trim them? ?

  • Aunt Jenny Marie 2 years ago

    Very helpful. Thank you!?

  • GalaXy808 . 2 years ago

    Is that a regular PVC? What size,wow soo smart?

  • GalaXy808 . 2 years ago

    I wanna do that.nice work?

  • Sheds Direct Manchester 2 years ago

    This video provides basic information that are very useful especially to
    vertical gardeners. There are recommendations that are applicable to help
    you while setting up this kind of garden. It’s really worth it and I found
    it very informative. Hence, I appreciate your sharing.?

  • TexasPrepper Tom 2 years ago

    Check out this video on YouTube:?

  • GdnPro12 2 years ago

    Great tips to pass on. Thanks!

  • RNPrepperDad 2 years ago

    Wrapping anything around your plants will potentially harm them no matter
    what twine you use. I suggest using tomato trellis clips and you should
    have no problems. Check em out!

  • FrugalPrepper 2 years ago

    Thanks for the Updates. This will help when I get my frames built later
    this fall.

  • The Productive Garden 2 years ago

    Thanks for sharing your experience. You have some great tips here that
    could be used in many setups.

  • Neil Orris 2 years ago

    I was a parachute rigger in the Navy and a theatrical rigger after. There
    is a saying about Crosby clips {u bolt and galvanized steel device [called
    a saddle] holding your cable on the thimble} “never “saddle” a dead horse”
    you have 3 clips in place as recommended on package to retain lifting
    strength of cable however you have clips #’s 1&3 up side down[dead horse=
    the end of the cable and the u bolt closest to it should be u bolt on the
    dead end. in this application I would have only used 2

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    Thank you for your comments. At the beginning I kept trying to improve the
    system. I learned I can’t. This video shows “improvements” I made and now
    have hanged. I don’t use packaging twine, extra hardware to tighten the
    wire and I put the PVC arch in the inside. I added the additional wire on
    top after seeing Jim Kennard’s garden a few weeks ago. Sometimes I think we
    (he) does things and it is so natural he forgets to share the details. I’m
    all about details. I hope these help you and others.

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Good video David. I started this year with cheap organic twine and it’s
    been so much of a headache! 🙂 Keep doing what you’re doing, God Bless.
    Wayne

  • Jeff Barr 2 years ago

    Love all your vids. Very helpful and real. Your offgrid experience was a
    great reality check. Keep the faith brother and keep posting!

  • sha whit 2 years ago

    Thanks a lot. Love and appreciate your videos.

  • LDSPrepper 2 years ago

    I recommend 170 lbs baler twine. I added a link in the description box
    below the video. I hope that helps.

  • matt johnson 2 years ago

    Great info! I have been using the MM for several years with great success
    and your videos still are teaching me useful tips. It really is true that
    the closer you adhere to the method the more success you will have. I have
    seen a lot of people “improve” upon the method with little success, but you
    have given several tips that really do improve the system. Keep it up.

  • unclefrankonap1953 2 years ago

    just a .great video right from the heart .where do you get the bailer twine
    140 lbs strenght.

  • jay harbert 2 years ago

    could you do a quick video describing the difference in wrapping the twine
    around the plant and wrapping the plant around the twine? Thank you for
    doing these videos, I know they are time consuming but they are very
    informative, motivational and a wee bit convicting. would you be willing to
    come to Shreveport and do a seminar at the LDS church here.? Last year they
    did a preparedness fair that was well attended. Hope all is well

  • Beeper Man 2 years ago

    All good tips. Thanks for taking the time to pass them on to us.

  • oldgeekster1 2 years ago

    Sharing lessons learned along the way – its what caring people do. Thank
    you David! -=dave=-

  • Dibyendu Mukharjee 2 years ago

    Subscribed. Thank you for sharing.

  • David Trees 2 years ago

    Thanks so much updating your tips. I too agree, learning at someone else’s
    expense is by far the most cost effective. So all I can do right now is
    thank you for sharing caring and your humility. Oh, and producing a very
    easy to hear and listen to production.

  • MyKeysTreasures 2 years ago

    Good tips, thanks.