Lets take a look at how the hydroponic tomatoes and peppers are growing on in the greenhouses.

Everything seems to be growing really well so far. Already harvested a lot of the Oda peppers and a couple tomatoes.

I want to thank each and everyone of you for all the support and kind words you give us. It surely means the world to us!

Hope everyone has a great weekend and awesome week coming!

In this video, I’ve compiled everything you need to know to grow a ton of tomatoes instead of huge tomato plants with very little fruit! In this complete growing guide, I will show you how to grow the maximum amount of tomato plants in a small growing space by growing your tomatoes vertically. We will also go over common pests and diseases and how to handle them. Plus ate the end, a final bonus… use just one secret ingredient to get increase disease resistance, get more fruit tastier fruit with higher nutrition value!

If this video created more questions, I’ve just posted a follow up answering many of the questions that viewers left in the comments section.
Here is that link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_f9B2Gsei0Q&t=74s

Prevent and Treat Powdery Mildew: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_xsjZ139g4&t=49s
2 Minute TIp to Get 10 X the Tomatoes!!!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mbutv1c05vs&t=48s
June Tomato Garden Update: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvtA7kpKnNg&t=190s

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Hydroponic Tomatoes and Peppers Update

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  • UT33200

    Already some butt kicking plants growing over there. So happy the seeds are working out so well. I can definitely see how those Corbaci peppers are way more preferred red ripe and that is how Angel prefers them, but I usually want mine a little green since they remind me of eating a sweet pea pod. Like last year the purple color for peppers seems to be the early standout. Lots of great stuff to see. Thanks for the share!

  • The Living Garden

    Hot diggety dog !!! I gotta do me some hydroponics next year. I’ve been pondering over it . Y’all need to make a book or something 🙂 your plants are just beautiful!!!!!!

  • mid texas gardener

    Great video as always. Sure got a lot of tomatoes. That's some great looking plants. Pepper plants sure do look good.

  • casey armstrong

    Good morning CB and Rene,
    My name is Casey, I’ve responded a few times regarding temps with nutrient solution in hot weather. With that being said, I’m pretty sure I’m going to try Hydro next year, since it’s a little late in the season. I’m sure all your subscriber would love to see some type of feeding chart PPM/PH that you go by during the plants growing cycle. I know you have a couple of videos, but I don’t think it’s from seeding. So I guess is what I’m asking if you can provide a feeding schedule for tomatoes and peppers through out there growing cycle. Your doing such a great job. Please keep up the great videos. Thank you guys. And one other thing, it looks like you don’t do much pruning, please explain? When you flush, etc.

  • Spring Hill Farms

    Everything is looking so fantastic and healthy CB!! We are so far behind you with our maters and peppers, but they are coming along. You are such an inspiration, and thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us. Have a fantastic weekend my awesome friends!

  • Higher Ground Farm

    Wow! You guys sure do have it Growin on in both those GHs!!! Looks like you're going to have our hands full of picking them all soon! Thanks for sharing with us and keep up the good work!

  • Bragdon Family Adventures

    Hi CB you and Rene have the best looking garden! Everything not only looking happy and healthy everything is neat and tidy! ATB Have a great weekend!

  • Troy Williams

    Good stuff, just a couple of things. Potassium (potash) for flowers and fruit. There is also a rat poison that is completely harmless to animals and humans and is based on gluten and salt. You should look into it. Cheers from Tasmania, Australia

  • vex

    Great video. Very informative. I recommend write yourself a script before shooting, that way your edits won’t be so jarring. I appreciate you not using unnecessary music under your VO… keep it up! Best regards.

  • Gina

    My tomato plants stalled out in July and August I believe due to 100 degree weather and a lot of leaf curl. Now my plants are growing like crazy what about you? Not getting much fruit though any suggestions?

  • Gina

    My tomato plants stalled out in July and August I believe due to 100 degree weather and a lot of leaf curl. Now my plants are growing like crazy what about you? Not getting much fruit though any suggestions?

  • Trevor Johnson

    Tomatoes are fruits not vegetables. I have seen these kind of wooden supports in old books tried out for centuries now. In the modern books it says, use a stapler and staple the string to the wood twice. Which is looped back on itself, so it is fastened to the base that way the string connects to your base of your raised bed by stapling twice same has before. Aspirin it's been known for years spray on fruits not leaves I have read, but if you say the whole plant with the dispersible aspirin. If you do get it on leaves it doesn't matter much, but watchout for the diseases he said. Also calcium you get in milk try using a little full fat at just a half of a quarter of a pint to 8 pints of water or 4 litres once every 3-weeks or 4 or 25 ml. You can also use hydrogen peroxide at 3% proof up to 9% proof. do not get any on the Leaves has this would damage the plants, but mix the same amount that I said with the milk that amount mixed with 8 pints of water or 4 litres once a month don't get any hydrogen peroxide mix on the Leaves just pour on base of stems the science bit is, the hydrogen peroxide allows the roots to take up oxygen and extra nutrients from the soil. And in between feeds to the tomato plants a seaweed liquid plant food and a regular tomato plant food. As the hydrogen breaks down it turns to water or evaporates with no side effects. Thanks I added a bit more to my message. Good gardening it's 2:14 am here.

  • DarthOil

    Thanks for the all for the information.
    I know this about tomatoes. But if you have raccoons taking your corn. Grow some mounds pumpkins at the end of each row. As the vines grow. Train them to go around the corn. For some reason the raccoons don't like to get pricked from the vines.

  • SpockMcoy Issmart

    A common disease around here, that for the first time destroyed all of my beautiful tomatoe plants……. 4 legged deer……… Never had a problem with deer eating my tomatoe plants. This year they ate them down to 12" in one evening. 1 doe and 2 fawn. I didn't get 1 tomatoe this year. I do plan on having venison on my plate this fall. I know they will be walking through my yard to get to my neighbors apple tree. Easy harvest.

  • Cov Col

    So soil splatter spreads pathogens? Then how come so many people say that low-growing veggies are healthy because they're low to the ground and get in contact with that rich soil?

  • John Oz

    I'm in the process of looking for a small greenhouse to grow mainly tomatoes… this video has been extremely helpful. Many thanks. PS' Subscribed 😉

  • Rita Beitz

    I love all your tips! I would like to comment however for people who live in cooler climates. If you live in a climate where the night time spring and summer temps frequently fall below 50 degrees, than there is nothing you can do for tomatoes as they will drop 90 percent of their blossoms due to the drop in temps. I live in Seattle and it took me 3 years to figure this fact out. So, that is why I have a greenhouse ! So, if you are one of these people who live in this kind of climate, the only way to keep your yield high is to make sure somehow that the night time temps are adjusted. Either by a heating system in your greenhouse, or planting against a south facing wall, like against a house, barn or shed. This keeps the air around the plant warmer, and helps to keep the plants from losing their blossoms. I do not have a heated greenhouse, but because it is slightly warmer than the outside temps at night, I keep more blossoms. This is one of those things that most do not understand about tomatoes. And it can be very frustrating trying to figure out why 90 of the blossoms fall off. If you can somehow figure out how to keep the temps around your tomato plants above 55 at night, then your yields will be abundant. So pass this on to all as this is a factor that even the most experienced do not discover.

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