Added by on 2016-11-25

In this video I show you from start to finish the process of growing squash in a bale. It is very simple and we were really pleased with the results even though we were growing on a west facing bank. It is cheap, easy to do and a fun project for anyone growing food. Become a supporter of HuwsNursery: Instagram: huws_nursery Snapchat: huwsnursery Facebook page: Subscribe to our newsletter with updates and exclusive content: Related PostsDwc hydroponic watermelon,cantaloupe, squash 6/12Vegetable Gardening : How to Grow Summer SquashVegetable Gardening: Growing kang kong – easy leafy greensVegetable Gardening: Growing Edible Ginger – How to grow gingerGrowing and Using Comfrey – Perfect Plant for Permaculture Vegetable GardeningCompanion planting in a small productive urban garden. Sustainable Gardening Australia

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  • Joshua De Lisle 1 year ago

    Hey Huw, I'm loving your videos, please would you do an up to date version on garlic planting and harvesting, things I would like to know more of compared to your old video, would be watering, spacing, outside compared to inside and pots compared to beds? If you do, that would be amazing as im just about to try planing garlic for the first time!

  • Carlota Chmielewski 1 year ago

    Hi, Huw, what do you call a summer house?

  • Rich Kammerer 1 year ago

    I have problems with Squash Vine Borer. Do you thing growing Zucchini in hay bales might help deter these pests?

  • Cate's Garden 1 year ago

    I just wrote an article about this! It's amazing how simple it is and how it keeps the weeds down. Very nice.

  • Bethany McGee 1 year ago

    you are becoming quite the handsome young man. thanks for the videos.

  • Craig Overend 1 year ago

    I've seen a few studies that have shown fresh straw tends reduce the amount of plant available nitrogen and phosphorus. Letting it decompose like you did, or soaking it in water or a weed tea before applying helps, alternatively urine is a great source of nitrogen and phosphorus…

  • Patrick Meehan 1 year ago

    That was very interesting Huw.

  • Michael McMillan 1 year ago

    "Our summer house"