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Visit and Subscribe To If you have a large tract of land and wants to convert it into a large organic food producer, you’re lucky because we can provide you essential tips on how to establish an organic gardening that can surely flourish. In essence, this website will guide you right on how to create a plan for your beds, where to position your plots, choosing the best composting material, and so much more….. There will be a lot of tips here so be sure to watch the video from start to finish and off you go to build your own organic gardening and surely you’ll be on the right path. Video Rating: / 5 Quick tour of my vegetable grow room. I have tomatoes, sunflowers, peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, zucchini….and did I say tomatoes? Related PostsBeginners Vegetable Gardening : Organic Vegetable Gardening TipsHow To Plant Tomatoes & Peppers into Raised Bed Vegetable Garden in Arizona – Organic Gardening TipsIndoor Gardening Tips for Beginners – 18 Tutorial Videos CompilationBeginners’ Gardening Tips : How to Build an Indoor Herb GardenOrganic gardening tips Vegetable Gardening for Beginners – 7 Tips You Must Know

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  • Budgie Boy 1 year ago

    Can you upload some more plant videos please!!!!!

  • Budgie Boy 1 year ago

    Can you upload some more plant videos please!!!!!

  • KelleyJo Bruenning 1 year ago

    You don't even need to buy more seeds for tomatoes… just trim off "suckers" once they are about the size of the ones you have shown here, and then set them in a fresh cup of water, they will sprout roots, then transplant those into soil and off you go again with more tomatoes; this method is called cloning.  I had one small plant and now have half a dozen or more clones all within 6 months time… and they are constantly making cherry tomatoes.  =)

  • asunlights .com 1 year ago

    You did grow a lot of plants indoor. It is amazing you keep everything tidy and clean. Will you keep these plant indoor for lifetime or transplant them outside when they grow up?

  • Yolanda Davis 1 year ago

    I just started my vegetable garden and I am all over the place. My biggest questions is do you necessary have to use a heat lamp. I have my veggies from seedlings in my garage and I was going to transplant them to the raised bed in a few weeks. My next questions is can I start them in the plastic cups and then put them outside to germinate. My tomatoes, herbs,  and squash is not budging. But my okra is growing off the gain. Please help a sista out.

  • Life's_Journey 1 year ago

    Sorry so many questions but how long do you leave the light on your plants? I Just built mine and starting some seeds. 

  • 707mrb 1 year ago

    Great start on all your veggies. Yup, you can never have too many plants to start with 😉 I give a ton away too. I am going to try the white scallop squash this year. Nice job on the starts Stephen.

  • Life's_Journey 1 year ago

    Do you think if I start some seeds now, it'll be too late?

  • Barbara Evins 1 year ago

    Very nice grow room. Thanks for the tour :). Happy planting (When the time is right).

  • Ian Knockton 1 year ago

    You can never have to many tomatoes buddy !! Great to see those lights out again this year they where a great investment and hopefully last a long time ??

  • NCPanthersfan27705 1 year ago

    Stephen I'm curious what variety of bush cucumbers are those you've started?

  • Elyse Joseph 1 year ago

    Looking good! I just seeded tomatoes and eggplants today, can't plant them outside before beginning of June…It's been a long and cold winter that's for sure!!!

  • Wayne Meador 1 year ago

    Nice update +TheSonoman1976! You've got a TON (ok not literally) plants right there and they are looking great overall. Nicely done!

  • The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener 1 year ago

    Do you use a water filter in your garden that remove the heavy metals and chlorine?