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Proper planting technique will get your vegetable garden off to a great start! Chris Hilgert, University of Wyoming Master Gardener Coordinator, gives us some important tips on planting vegetable seed and then shows us how. Video Rating: / 5 Learn how to grow beets or beet root plants in your vegetable garden. We show you show to grow beets from seeds, how to transplant them to containers or raised beds, how to care for your beetroot plants. Beet or Beetroot is an easy to grow vegetable in your garden. The variety we are growing today is a dutch beet variety called Red Baron Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsBeginning Gardening Series #1: Best Location for a Vegetable GardenThe Beginning | Spring Vegetable GardenVegetable Gardening for Beginners – 3 Tips for Beginning Vegetable GardenersVegetable Garden Tour & Tips 9/3/2018: Harvest, Cool Weather Transition, Seed StartsVegetable Garden Tour Mid August: A Vacation Watering Tip, Cucumber Seed Saving, Cool Season CropsContainer Garden July Update & Harvest Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed How to Plant Grow Seed

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  • Tristin Christenson 10 months ago

    I live in southwest Wyoming. We have high winds…. What are ideas to combat winds with vertical gardening?

  • TiDot - 10 months ago

    there is another youtuber same name as yours "california gardening" but his is indonesian. you guys same? this is confusing.

    on recommended video it shows ""jum462 Hidroponik"". after click into the video it became "california gardening"

  • Paul Pale 10 months ago

    I'd like your recipe for the beet + root soup with lentils & spices.

  • joker5266 10 months ago

    I live in so cal too. I water for 3 minutes every other day. Should I switch to 5 minutes every 3 days?

  • Stepan Stepanovich 10 months ago

    борщ сваришь))??

  • LiTtLeBiToFeVeRyThInG 10 months ago

    hey i love your videos! do you know a good natural pest remedy for zone 7b? i live in CT. thanks!

  • Vega Noviana 10 months ago

    Please grow raspberry or blueberry, sir!

  • I just had beet salad last night: lettuce beets, cherry tomatoes, walnuts and goat cheese in red wine vinaigrette. It was so yummy, can’t wait harvest my own beets for the first time! But I don’t think I spaced them correctly so I might get tiny beets. =/

  • Cultivating Organic by Jo & Mig 10 months ago

    Good beets harvest.

  • Cuban Gardener / Semper Cultus 10 months ago

    Awesome Video brother! those are some nice beets

  • Harsha Vardhan 10 months ago

    Hello does Orange plant grown from seed have thorns?

  • Agnes CF Lee 10 months ago

    that's a good following up on the growth the beetroots from seeds.

  • Bleau Hartley 10 months ago

    Beets, Bears, Battlestar Galactica

  • Kandi Chandra Sekher 10 months ago

    Looking awesome. Lovely juicy and colorful beetroot.

  • Miranda Boxing Team 10 months ago

    Transplant beets? Usally direct sow..

  • Outpost76 10 months ago

    Besides the roots the leaves are wonderfull they tast like spinage!

  • Betty Levitin 10 months ago

    Beets and Swiss chard are different varieties of the same plant, beta vulgaris. If you live in a mild winter area and leave chard in the ground long enough, a beet root will form, though not very tasty.

  • ktsenya2 10 months ago

    Do you just throw compost on top or work it into the soil without disturbing the existing plants?

  • Guru Prasad Prasad 10 months ago

    What's your success rate in transplanting ? I was told direct sowing is good.