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  • Giggi Widit 1 month ago

    Huw is so right, you have to have a vision. I've recently taken on an Allotment, and at the moment, I am getting it set up with raised beds etc., which it's taking quite a bit of time, because I'm a five foot two 49 year old woman, doing it on my own, with no access to a car, and so I'm transporting everything by hand, using just a gardening cart, and my own two legs lol.

    I'm also slowed down by the fact that I have very little money, so I am needing to scavenge free stuff, like pallet wood etc =9, and I'm not able to get some things, like Topsoil, to easily fill my beds, because its just too heavy for me to transport by hand. So necessity had bred ingenuity, and I have found, that if I dig down each of my raised beds as far as I can, and then fill in the bottom of my 'future' raised bed, with the plant matter, that I have taken off of the top of it, and then back-fill the soil, that I have dug out, back in on top of the layer of plant matter, then it is enough to raise the beds up by a good 6 inches, which is all that I need, for e decent raised bed, and means, that I can have a raised bed, without the need for extra topsoil. =DDD

    But a lot of my fellow Allotment growers keep saying things like 'It would be so much quicker and easier, if you didn't have raised beds.' But I say to them, 'Yes. it would. But I have a vision, of how I want my Allotment to look by the Spring, and I would feel as if I had cheated myself, if I didn't put in the extra effort, to get it as close to that vision, as possible, and I don't mind the extra effort, because the sense of achievement at the end, when it is looking how I see it, in my mind, will be worth it.' But a lot of them just don't 'get it' lol.

    Yes, it's not 'easy', but its worth it =DDD…I would also like to say a HUGE THANK YOU to gardeners like Huw Richards, who have helped me NO END, with their know-how, and experience, to avoid a lot of the pit-falls, that relatively new gardeners, like myself, often fall into, through inexperience, because you guys have helped me soooo much !!! =DDD

  • Carmen Pinsonault 1 month ago

    Just curious why Huw wouldn't save the rest of the runner beans for eating.

  • Eidolin 1 month ago

    This is a very relaxing format for a gardening video. Amazing visual quality, limited relaxing music and just you talking with less of a scripted or rushed feel. I love this please continue

  • Queen Esther M. Luna 1 month ago

    Hi Huw, I love watching your videos, I think I have a crush on you. 🙂

  • MDMostakim1989 1 month ago

    I want to make a vegetable garden in Shahidan Give me a chance

  • CocoNutGoonie 1 month ago

    Thank you, I needed to hear this.

  • Nexus 1 month ago

    You’ve grown and matured into such a fine young man Huw. Always enjoy your videos, relaxing, informative and helpful. Best wishes

  • Aslin Kirkpatrick 1 month ago

    It's like talking to a friend while picking at the beans. How lovely.

  • Dianne Valdez 1 month ago

    For being so young you also so wise. Thank you for the encouragement and support.

  • EmmaShadyLilly 1 month ago

    Do you harvest beans for eating before you harvest beans/seeds for next years plants?

  • WATCHING THE WATCHERS 1 month ago

    2:20 I hope you didn't waste those runner beans Huw.

  • Lisa B 1 month ago

    Watching from Trinidad and Tobago ( used to live in the UK) although the weather is far different the much of the general advice is quite useful. Thank you very much!

  • wildlife gardens sydney 1 month ago

    You are so insightful. I have been gardening for decades and you are spot on.

  • Charlie Brown 1 month ago

    My favorite blog , Huw Richards has grown up on this blog and has made this show into something very special, a part of our lives.

  • Marie Denham 1 month ago

    Thanks for such great advice and life coaching!!:) Very exciting about the first harvest this year.

  • Maribelle Lebre 1 month ago

    "Dare to dream"…I've never heard this applied to gardening, but I love it! I'm dreaming!

  • G Scrivy 1 month ago

    Da ti Huw! Diolch am y video!

  • Paige Collins 1 month ago

    i am from VietNam, everytime i watch your garden i feel so peaceful, thank you so much ❤

  • Beth Brown 1 month ago

    Compost can also act as your mulch if you want to mulch.

  • Len Kubiak 1 month ago

    For as many people who garden that's how many ways there are to garden

  • munchkin5674 1 month ago

    As you are basically gardening year round, are you must be a market gardener or do you have a large family you grow for or both?

    As for mulch, compost makes a very awesome mulch, period!

  • Logan YouTube 1 month ago

    Bare soil is detrimental for soil health…figuring out some way to keep the sunlight off the soil would speed up your results(plant slightly closer rows, make removable row covers out of planting fabric, plant a crop in between your rows so that when one crop comes off the other takes off)

  • Logan YouTube 1 month ago

    If you guys made a no till garden planter that could cut through residue and do little disturbance I would buy it

  • Logan YouTube 1 month ago

    Most farmers who focus on soil health and do no till with cover crops find that heirloom varieties will yield more than the modern varieties in those fields

  • Julia Entz 1 month ago

    Our temperatures in summer are always in the 90’s and often over a hundred. Our soil can get hard and hot. Mulching keeps the roots cooler. Do your soils not get “sun baked?”

  • I use Rainbird inline above ground drip emitters. 1/2” internal diameter, stays in place. From experience, it puts out the same at each emitter, even if a 250 foot run. I don’t cut it, I run one line and loop to each row. Reusable, lasts for years.
    https://www.rainbird.com/products/xfd-surface-dripline

  • Richard Frazee 1 month ago

    You mentioned using "Injection" to get your fertilizer into your watering system. Have you done a video on making that Injection System, so the rest of us dummies can make something like it? Or can you tell me what I need to mke it?
    Fertilizer: Have ya ever tried Natural Fertilizer, like Bananas, Coffee grounds & any & all food scraps? Drect Compost the scraps into the gardem!

  • Paul Mastre 1 month ago

    You make me think a lot. When I go to church I hear a choir. I watch you to think about different choices. You make my brain explode in a nice way. Your posts are great

  • TheLowCashHomestead 1 month ago

    Keep saying pea debris. It funny.

  • My Rural Life 1 month ago

    I have been experimenting with woodchip mulch (bout 2 hrs south of Travis, in Florida) and I will concur about the ant issues. I have been making a habit of raking the top of the mulch to mimic the shallow cultivation and it seems to help.

  • Kristen Owen 1 month ago

    well said!

  • Richard Johnson 1 month ago

    What breed is the dog?

  • Richard Johnson 1 month ago

    Divisive comments on gardening channel? Get a life. We have gardened across the SE and every place requires different methods.

  • william mikell 1 month ago

    Great video!! But aren't you concerned "bout chemcals" used in the cotton fields passing thru composting to your soil?

  • texheel 1 month ago

    These segments are so good for so many reasons…thx Travis…Hoss Tool's brand is reinforced by y'all's commitment to educating old and new YouTubers.

  • Homegrown Farmacy 1 month ago

    I cover cropped my raised beds. Chopped and dropped and covered with black plastic. Now I have nowhere to put my lettuce and cabbage. Can I set the containers on top of the plastic, or is that mustard going to drive the bugs out of the beds and into my containers?

  • Everett McDonald 1 month ago

    Great video Travis! My garden is quite different being 30”x30” and consisting of 15 small raised beds and I keep most of them planted year round here in Spartanburg county. It’s never tilled, fertilized with my compost, vermicompost, and cover cropping. My beds are permanently mulched with grass clippings all summer and shredded leaves come fall. I do it cause that’s what I like. What you’re doing is wonderful! I look forward to all your videos and have picked up some nice little gardening tips. Keep up the good work and thank you.

  • Chris Phelps 1 month ago

    Great info as always. Thanks much Trav