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John from answers the question how much to water your plants in your garden. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Water Your Garden – Learn How Often, How Much, and When to Water Flowers and VegetablesHow to Water a Vegetable Garden by HandHow to Prevent a Neighbor From Stealing Plants from Your Vegetable Garden and other Q&AContainer Garden Update #1 Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed Square Foot Tomato PlantsNatural Pest Control for Healthy Plants in your Vegetable GardenGrow a No Till & No Water Vegetable Garden with Little Effort

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  • Kanak Gandhi 8 months ago

    hey john, i am trying to grow peppers and tomatoes on my terrace using a hydroponic system, can you help me as to how much should i water them on a daily basis ?

  • Rithresh Vibinoct 8 months ago


  • Reggie Anglin 8 months ago

    I have sandy / black dirt that gets hard. when turned over is nice and soft until it get a little hard.What can I do to stop pooling of water after rain spell? the soil is not absorbing water that well.

  • Ridge Brown 8 months ago

    spraying the camera guy lol

  • Karenina Paris 8 months ago

    I'm MADLY in love with you, sir. 🙂

  • WiserWatering 8 months ago

    Why is simulating rain necessary? The EPA and 50 states recommend drip-line irrigation which doesn't simulate rain. Everything I've read says, "water the root zone". My motto, "Water where it counts, water the root zone".

  • Joanne Davenport 8 months ago

    i put organic compost around my vegetable plnts. should i put some straw with goat poop around the plants too? my tomatoes are slow grwoing, i live in southern washington state.thanks

  • bailey7175 8 months ago

    I just started gardening, great vid,thanx for the tips.

  • Garth Brooks 8 months ago

    I let my tap water sit out for days before giving it to plants but they get sick. I was told our tap water sits around 600 ppm. I gotta wonder what is in the tap water. maybe too much calcium? the pH is about 8.5.. and it takes a lot to lower it.

    rain water seems to make them healthy again. im wondering if reverse osmosis is good. anyone use it?

  • bicanoo_magic 8 months ago

    Actually dude.. most growers on UT advise NOT to use the rain method and are telling me that you need to water at the roots. ie. water from the bottom. So in a veritable bed such as yours they are coming up with all sorts of deep root watering techniques, as apparently watering from the top for only a few minutes produces shallow roots. (Not sure what the problem is with that). So I was doing what you are doing and it appears its not right!! Apparently watering the leaves creates a greater chance of disease and rot or some such thing. anyway drip feed seems to be the go I'm relay no expert and have no idea if this is just splitting hairs.. sorry if I come across as negative.. maybe you can 'edumacate' me!

  • Carlos Acevedo 8 months ago

    thanks dude

  • joffa5555 8 months ago

    I got a waterstik today after getting 2 failed analogue moister testers.
    I cant see the LED blink in bright overcast weather during the day, I have to cover it with my hand to see it, also the instructions on the depth it should be for the type of plants is really iffy, so cannot recommend this to anyone ever, I'm going to get a better tester off ebay and get a refund for the waterstik. about $10 AUS

  • Chris Altamirano 8 months ago

    Dude your videos look and sound awesome but they are too long it will be my favorite channel if they were nice and short five min being longest

  • Joshua peluyera 8 months ago

    actually my mom and most of my family if from a country in the tropics with exotic plants and they water when the soil is dry and water gently for 10 second for every gallon of soil also provide good drainage. 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • hundimzug 8 months ago

    Very good explanation. Thank you…

  • Lee Owen 8 months ago

    dude that was super rude spraying your cameraman

  • Innocent Sinners Comedy Collective 8 months ago

    I want that garden!!!

  • ZennLa13 8 months ago

    I definitely have a crush of John:) And I've passed these videos to my friends. Dont know why I havent started growing vegetables until now.

  • deepsouthlouisiana 8 months ago

    thanks John I learn alot from you I feel like you do know alot love to watch your videos thank you so much