Added by on 2019-09-30

I’m making a super sturdy, easy, inexpensive trellis from a cattle panel for a small garden space and planting cucumbers to grow vertically on the trellis. Let me know if you try it too! CaliKim Spring Garden Seed Collection: Watch more great garden videos: The Rusted Garden: Roots & Refuge Farm: 1. Support our channel when you shop through the following links – much appreciated! – CaliKim & CameraGuy Seeds SEEDS CaliKim Seed Collections: CONTAINERS CaliKim 5 gallon and purple Smart Pots mini raised bed: Smart Pots: fabric containers & raised beds 10% off with code “calikim” SOIL & FERTILIZER Good Dirt: indoor and outdoor potting mix, soil conditioner (for garden beds), plant food 10% off with code “calikim10” Vermisterra: Worm castings, Worm tea 10% off with code “calikim” 2. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. SEED STARTING 1. Peat Pellets -Large ( 3”, 50mm)- 35 count: , 100 count: -Medium (42Mmm) 50 count:, 100 count: -Small (1”, 36mm): 2. Heat mat – 3. Seed starting cells (plastic): 4. Biodegradable seed starting pots: 5. Biodegradable seed starting seed cells: 6. Plant labels: 7. Plant trays: GROW LIGHTS 1. Clamp light set up: -8.5” Clamp Light: -LED Screw bulb: -CFL screw bulb: 2. Shop light set up: -Fixture – 4′: -Bulbs 4’: – LED shop light fixture with bulbs: 3. Table Top light Set up: 4. Timers -Power strip with timer: -Timer (electrical outlet): WATERING Drip Irrigation Kit: 2. Screen filter: 3. Drip irrigation timer (programmable, 2 outlet, hose thread): 4. moisture meter: MISC. GARDEN SUPPLIES 1. Shade cloth: 2. Pruners -micro tip: -bypass: 3. […]

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  • CaliKim29 Garden & Home DIY 9 months ago

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  • Brigida Barros 9 months ago

    Another very good work…

  • townsvillle aviation and garden 9 months ago

    Im using an old pool fence with a star picket at each end

  • Lorene Miller 9 months ago

    Thank you for the tip to use cattle panels I live in Phoenix AZ and can grow things year round.

  • TexPR1 9 months ago

    Hello! Nice video. I have been using cattle panels for a trellis for several years now. I can trellis my tomatoes and several other vegetables. I have a question regarding the wire you laid alone the garden bed. Is that copper wire?

  • Gloria A 9 months ago

    I’m confused. It’s soilless because you used what? And it’s soilless even with compost?

  • Pentalinda 9 months ago

    Love this video: easy to see what you are doing, hear what you are saying, and full of good information and gardening inspiration. Thanks for what you do!

  • Maggie Reimer 9 months ago

    Love the look of that cattle panel! Do you think that might work to get the longer branches of our raspberry bushes up vertically? They’re planted in front of a fence, so I’m wondering if the cattle panel would go right up to the fence or if I’d need to leave some room between the two. Thank you!

  • Michigan Garden Gal 9 months ago

    I love how you make your own trellis’s!
    Way cool. Im definitely going to be making my own in the future. Thanks!

  • ezrabrooks12 9 months ago

    Good Video.

  • wi54725 9 months ago

    If you put metal like that in direct sun in a very hot climate, will the metal heat up enough to harm the vegetation? We used to stake to our chain-length fence, but the crops tended to burn when the metal heated up on 90+ degree days, and we have about 100 of them per year, and about 10 days of 100-105. We have been using bamboo poles and heavy-duty string to encapsulate our veggies, and it works okay without heating up, but it is a lot of work and re-work.

    As a former radio and tv reporter/announcer, my opinion is that your Q rating is near the perfect score, and it is a major miscarriage of justice that you have not been picked up to do home gardening on either HGTV or PBS. You are more enjoyable to watch then any of the garden shows on TV, and your voice and diction are basically perfect.

  • Richard Miesell 9 months ago

    A really good clip

  • Richard Miesell 9 months ago

    Looking great

  • jeannine grant 9 months ago

    I trellis using 1" x 1" hardware welded wire with vine clips larger yield

  • Nicki _in_CO 9 months ago

    Love how your garden is always pretty, practical, and functional. If I ever become a good gardener I'll need to pick up one of those panels, I'm getting better thanks to you! Harvested a bunch of lettuce this morning for my lunch salads and it feels great!

  • Holly's Simple Life 9 months ago

    Did I miss the video on how you set up the drip