Added by on 2017-03-05

In this episode we are going to be covering watering – How much water is too much, and how often should you be watering an indoor garden. How to have a successful garden: pt. 1 – pt. 2 ––LgG-7om8 pt. 3 – Related PostsMy Top 3 Plants To Grow When Indoor GardeningIndoor Hydroponic Spinach Update – S2 Episode SomethingVegetable Gardening: What they didn’t tell you!Mini Indoor Garden – Self watering Hydroponics Indoor Herb Garden; Small Herb GardenHomemade Self Watering Container Gardening Construction using a Rain BarrelEagles – I Can’t Tell You Why [w/ lyrics]

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  • Todd Blessing 1 year ago

    I just started this year my indoor garden,I grow alot of redbeets, but I'm trying them in pots,with heat mat and grow lights,will they still give a beet,any tips ?

  • Owens Rayfeilds 1 year ago

    please show dont talk,,too much,,i have to skip….

  • Jus Axn 1 year ago

    No drain holes? Yeah, root rot will be a concern, along with other PM issues.

  • Russell Ballestrini 1 year ago

    Very cool. Yeah striking the right balance for watering is tricky. The room humidity, soil composition, and soil depth are all factors. I always have problems when I forget drainage holes, mostly because I accidentally overwater.

    Keep up the great work!

  • Michele Marble 1 year ago

    Thank you for answering my moisture concerns in the cellar.

  • sapphireblue222 1 year ago

    Using a Moisture Gauge should solve the problem.

  • linny hilaken 1 year ago

    That's what I did, I wondered

  • Cate's Garden 1 year ago

    Really good info. I find people tend to get a bit overenthusiastic about watering, and then they're not sure "what happened"…I remember this myself as a novice gardener.

  • Eno's cache 1 year ago

    I love your videos!! but have you ever tried aquaponics? it works great for indoor growing, and a lot less bugs!

  • ambidex0 1 year ago

    You're grow lights are causing global warming.

  • Jake Tracy 1 year ago

    What's Good Neighbor! lol

  • Anne Studley 1 year ago

    Thanks a lot for that information, Luke. If a plant is in a container with holes at the bottom, wouldn't the water be at least coming out of the holes before one could over-water? I have a peace lily that was starting to wilt, but the soil was damp. But when I put a little water in, it seemed to perk up. So far no water has come out of the holes, even though there is a little white mold or something growing on part of the surface. And do yellow leaves always indicate too much water? I have scented geranium whose leaves start to droop when I need to water it, which is often. It's very bushy with lots of green leaves, but here and there are browning leaves. I thought it was just like dead skin cells on people, but is there something wrong with the plant?

  • Mignon Prinsloo 1 year ago

    Just realised why my beans are failing, thanks for the help 🙂

  • Rabia zahir 1 year ago

    Does anyone know any coupon code for migardener web? I was gonna order some seed thnz

  • EarthNatureArt 1 year ago

    Great information, thanks for sharing! When growing plants indoors would you suggest to provide them with a fan to strengthen the stems, or is that unnecessary? By the way, i just noticed you're almost at 100,000 subscribers! It went up so quickly in the last few years i didn't even notice.

  • 628DirtRooster 1 year ago

    If course we learned something new. Always do on your channel.

  • Chicks Down South 1 year ago

    Love the tips on watering. Tried to order your Trifecta+ Fertilizer but they look to all be sold out. Was I looking at the correctly?

  • Anne Sansone 1 year ago

    Love the glasses!

  • jameyhaz 1 year ago

    Good information. Not going to show your lighting or talk about the lighting setup?

  • Mary Waynick 1 year ago

    Can't wait to see how you old seeds do. I have some Okra pods from about 5 years ago and have been wondering if it would grow.