Added by on 2019-01-16

This year let’s harvest even more from our vegetable gardens! But just what are the most effective ways to increase productivity? Clever tweaks to the way we grow can make a big difference to gardening success. In this short video we share ten deceptively simple techniques proven to boost both the productivity and overall health of your garden. If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: http://www.GrowVeg.com http://gardenplanner.almanac.com http://gardenplanner.motherearthnews.com and many more… To receive more gardening videos subscribe to our channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=GrowVeg If you’ve noticed any pests or beneficial insects in your garden lately please report them to us at http://BigBugHunt.com Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts5 Effective Ways to Increase Plant YieldsHow to Plan a Bigger, Better Garden – Easy Vegetable Garden Planning10 Ways to Make your Vegetable Garden More Productive in 2017…and Beyond!Vegetable Gardening : Unique Ways to Plant a Vegetable GardenWatering Your Vegetable Garden: How to Water Plants for Healthier Growth5 Ways I Cheat to Harvest Sooner from My Vegetable Garden

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13 Comments

  • ashwine rathore 4 months ago

    I plant seeds from my spice tray and collect for next year

  • Sajad Ahmed 4 months ago

    Hi as always a very good garden channel .could you please let me know how does comfrey look. .Don't think I have a clue sounds very good comfrey tea. Could I buy it from garden centre.

  • jacqueline biggs 4 months ago

    Thanks a million for excellent ideas , I will use some ,I live in Jamaica. Blessings sir

  • Michael Hurley 4 months ago

    I would like to acquire your annual garden planner please ?

  • Frank Burns 4 months ago

    I feed my soil in the fall and spring. In the winter, I feed my head, like the door mouse said. Okay, I do that last bit in fall and spring, too. Keep up the great vids, mate. Cheers.

  • Steve Jackson 4 months ago

    How do I get the garden planner ?

  • imasurvivornthriver 4 months ago

    Good stuff! Thanks for sharing.

  • Alexandra Smith 4 months ago

    The soil was very poor when I moved in here, a little house nearly 50 years old. I tried adding compost and then we got chickens for the slugs and to deposit lime. I was advised to add Rock Dust which is high in minerals, so that's gone in every spring and summer for around 7-8 years. Things are beginning to take off now and we had a great apple and fruit harvest last year, which I expect will be a little quieter this. I've also begun growing bee and bird favoured wild flowers and plenty of Lavender, and Russian Sage which arrived via a bird a couple of years back. The butterflies love them. I'm aiming at a lot of Permaculture as I can't dig or plant much anymore. I love the tips you have given, most of which I'm doing already but the temptation to over pack areas is my downfall! We had very few potatoes this summer because of the heat. Wonder what this summer will bring.

  • My Hillside Garden 4 months ago

    I always enjoy your videos and I love my garden planter. The newsletters and reminders are very helpful to me and I hope to put it to much better use this coming growing season. Enjoy the day! Catherine

  • Elaine Hutchinson 4 months ago

    Can you get the app via Android?

  • bobby sands 4 months ago

    Top tip – buy F1 seeds 😀

  • Happy gardening

  • My Family Garden 4 months ago

    Good update, would agree with some but not everything you said