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John from visits with Tyler from Future Farms to learn how they are growing Pumpkins Verically up a Nylon String Trellis. We will also discuss using electrical emt conduit and nylon string trellis and how to build and set up a nylon string trellis on EMT conduit. Video Rating: / 5 Have you ever wondered if you could grow your squash vertically? In the High Performance Garden Show, it’s time to start trellising our winter squash plants! Discover how we grow vertically to save on space, boost productivity and have a weed free garden at – Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGrowing Winter Squash Vertically on a Nylon String Trellis along the Backyark Fence2 Min Tip: EZ DIY Trellis to Grow Tomatoes, Watermelon, Squash & Pumpkins VerticallyHow to Build a Monster Garden Trellis to Grow Kakai Pumpkins VerticallyGrowing Vertical Growing Squash Melons and Cucumbers up a nylon web trellisMelon netting – Growing Vertical Growing Squash Melons and Cucumbers up a nylon web trellisHow to Build A Metal Conduit Garden Trellis for Vertical Growing & Hand Made Nylon Netting

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  • Bob Brawley 7 months ago

    No it was a waste of time. How did he stretch the nylon cord and weave them?

  • Daniel ODonoju 7 months ago

    Another tip on connecting conduit without welding, bending or 90s. cut a short piece of rebar (4-6") and bend it to 90 degrees. Insert in inside, and the joint is actually stronger than using the 90, since it's longer. Also can be dissembled rapidly for storage. You can also make other shapes, like vees for variable shapes, or like tees, by welding.

  • George Viaud 7 months ago

    For trellis, I just started using t-posts as verticals and 10-foot 2x4s on edge as the supporting horizontal member.

    I had some 2ish inch diameter steel pipe and some one inch wide flat bar stock which I used to fabricate a t-post cap/mounting plate for the 2x4s (welder required).

    You could hang hundreds of pounds off it easily and it will likely last decades even though it cost me just a couple bucks.

  • Jordan Butts 7 months ago

    Loll this guy could make a video How to make a bowl of cereal. Would be 45 mins long

  • World Array 7 months ago

    you can tell this guy is not educated in gardening. He is very annoying saying ummm all the time and touching the same pumpkin 20 times in a 2 Minute discussion is worth a headache

  • Linda Ingraham 7 months ago

    Last summer I found coated rebar at the dollar store in different lengths and much cheaper than at the garden centre. I use it to stake my hydrangea and it might work for this project as well.

  • Mad Animal 7 months ago

    Thanks for the tips!
    Buy a better microphone for gods sake!

  • Gregory Thomson 7 months ago

    Hi John, I think pumpkin seeds are supposed to be a good source of magnesium in the diet. But if those pumpkins are grown in soil that has no magnesium from rock dust or other sources, will those pumpkin seeds actually have magnesium. I'm thinking pumpkin seeds bought from the store in bulk – do they really have magnesium, or if those pumpkins were grown in a mass NPK kind of setup, are those lacking on the magnesium side of things?

  • Nader Srouji 7 months ago

    This guy is awesome. I'm located in Santa Rosa and am trying to get some vertical stuff going on my townhouse deck. This has inspired me to trellis my pumpkins since there's not enough room for them now

  • Jaswant Singh 7 months ago

    i have lots of female flowers on my pumkin vines blooming but not the male flowers , there are some male flowers but very tiny ,

  • Billy F 7 months ago

    thank you

  • AnotherPotato PassingBy 7 months ago

    Fantastic information, thank you.

  • victor valladares 7 months ago

    This guy rocks! Love his garden and the conduit trellis

  • agaveman 7 months ago

    I needed a drink after this video…

  • Jeff Sullivan 7 months ago

    Don't know if this was mentioned before but you can buy a conduit bender relatively cheap and make those corner bends for free. For a 4' wide trellis you just take a piece of conduit about 6' long and bend the ends to make the corners. The straight conduit connectors are lots cheaper than the 90s. I've done this and it works great.

  • Michel Cernev 7 months ago

    Hi John Kohler, brilliant video . Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience it's awesome

  • deb ra 7 months ago

    Awesome, thanks so much for sharing Tyler, Im going to do this, as I have a self sown pumpkin plant that needs a trellis, and it looks simple to do, and not too expensive. conduit can be painted too. add some solar lights and it will look fantastic on my back patio!!!

  • MrMinigunman101 7 months ago

    Did he say the corner brackets were $250 or $2.50

  • SURVIVORMARY 7 months ago

    Agree with Debra.  How did he attach the string?

  • WeightsoverLove Nahsatta 7 months ago

    Doing this. This season!!