Added by on 2019-05-16

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  • Gary Pilarchik (The Rusted Garden) 1 month ago

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  • Dan Burch 1 month ago

    1 cubit diameter x 1 cubit deep. What's a cubit? Sorry, but I don't see the purpose of cutting out the bottom and putting it into the ground. It still allows undesirable insects and grubs to get to your roots. Most plants grow within the top 8"-12" of soil. Raise the container above the ground and plant in the container's soil.

  • will mckeen 1 month ago

    Why not just plant in the ground, planting them in pots seems pointless and unhealthy for plants like peppers

  • Tiffani Hallan 1 month ago

    Are you concerned about voles coming up through the bottom of the containers and your other raised beds? I am in Northern VA, not that far from you, and they are destroying everything. I have an inground garden and want to convert to raised beds with hardware cloth on the bottoms, either that or going to throw down some Dewitt ground cover and grow everything in containers. So heartbreaking, have had stuff planted only 3 weeks and already they got my corn and working on teh radishes and beets. :(.

  • messenger144000 1 month ago

    Hey Gary! Great idea!! May God the Father and God the Mother bless you brother!!! I will try this too! BC Canada

  • Sandra Czernicki 1 month ago

    Hi Gary! I LOVE your videos! Thank you for those. I have a quick question. You mention shredded hardwood in a lot of your videos. I went to Home Depot asking for that and they looked at me like I had 4 heads LOL. I said I seen you mulch with it. They told me to use wood pellets ??? to conserve water (I dont even know what that is either). Anyway, WHERE can I find shredded hardwood? Thank you so much!!

  • tv apple 1 month ago

    I have been doing this for the past 3-4yrs

  • Elementaldomain 1 month ago

    I did this a couple of summers ago except it is a hydroponic passive Kratky system. I did it with 5 gallon and 55 gallon food grade containers. I live in the desert and the water in the above ground hydro containers was getting too hot even with air stones. It has worked well for me – I have straw mulch around them to keep the ground cooler.

  • Lisi Hortencio 1 month ago

    I do something similar with tyres great to plant herbs too. Love you videos

  • BoBo_Jones 1 month ago

    not disputing your gardening skill . but does it not make it easyer for the slug to get to your plants ? not knowing if you have a slug problem or not .

  • The Home Plate Special 1 month ago

    very interesting! thank you for showing this!

  • Pamela Anne 1 month ago

    The garden is looking great <3

  • Pete Zahutt 1 month ago

    Really like what you did there. may try that myself.

  • Nima Reeves 1 month ago

    Hello Gary. I love your videos very much. I'm growing Carolina Reaper and I've got a 4-4-4 Fertilizer to feed them when their true leaves grows. The problem is I dont know how to mix it with water cause there is no clear instruction on it or on the web. I've read that 4tbsp of fertilizer in 1.5 Litre is reasonable. Would you plz help me on that!?

  • Growing Texas 1 month ago

    Your garden is looking great Gary! Your putting in a lot of work. Thanks for taking us along as it progresses.

  • Thunder Rolls Media 1 month ago

    Just plant into the soil. That’s a waste of valuable time!

  • Lorraine Yanez 1 month ago

    looks great, thanks for the tips.

  • Helen Nelson 1 month ago

    Can't wait to see more. Looks great. I wish I had your energy. Kudos to you Gary. Thhanks so much for sharing. Blessings

  • Alicia Reckley 1 month ago

    Gary you are a very very very smart man.

  • Jimmy Attebury 1 month ago

    Can it be used in composting or will that break it down too much? And if it can, how would you recommend adding to compost?

  • ต้อม Garden Plants 1 month ago

    interesting, thanks for sharing ^^

  • pusabum 1 month ago

    Could this be used as a foliar spray?

  • White American 1 month ago

    Do y'all know where I can buy Watermelons from a farmer? I'm in Jacksonville Florida. I need a lot. I'm selling them like crazy but I'm getting middlemaned.

  • Robert Davis 1 month ago

    gettin more like comercals TRAVIS

  • Home Field Honey & Produce 1 month ago

    Just bought a quart from you. Will let you know my results.

  • LiTtLeBiToFeVeRyThInG 1 month ago

    hey, nice video! you have a new sub.mind subscribing to my channel? thanks and happy gardening!

  • Travis Mattingly 1 month ago

    I like your mixing cup you use…. I have the smaller one…. not the big one

  • Travis Mattingly 1 month ago

    Can't wait to try it out

  • Marsha Mauersberger 1 month ago

    What happens if i don't fertilize it al all. Am i doing wrong

  • Welch HomesteadNC 1 month ago

    Any plans to bring Hoss Tools t shirts on board