Added by on 2017-06-01

I started the seed and showed the growout of plants that I planted in the winter greenhouse. That was smaller scale and specific to it. In this video, I show how I start my eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, cabbage, chinese cabbage, onions, brussell sprouts, cauliflower, and broccoli that I will grow primarily in the summer greenhouse. The term summer and winter greehouse is really just a difference between the two. I plan to use the winter greenhouse all year long and the summer greenhouse most of the year despite the naming of each. So, this is a visual of how I’m planting and protecting seed for the upcoming 2017 season! I love chatting with folks and answering questions. If you enjoy my videos, please like, comment and subscribe! You can subscribe by clicking this link and then you’ll get a notification every time I upload a video: http://www.youtube.com/user/c3voyage?sub_confirmation=1 Now, I’m on Facebook! Share your gardening thoughts and pictures! https://www.facebook.com/c3voyage/ Related PostsHydroponic Seed Starting & Simple PVC Grow Light StandHow to start seeds with the Aerogarden Indoor Garden seed starting kit Round 1I finally get to open my Miracle Gro Aerogarden Indoor Garden and Seed Starting Kit!“Easy Seed Starting for Hydroponics” by Epic GardeningSeed Starting Tutorial for the NutriTower Indoor Gardening SystemStarting Up Hydroponic Dutch Bucket Tomatoes

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19 Comments

  • Todd Larsen 6 months ago

    Great video! thank you for sharing your method of seed starting. I'm curious about your pest control, do you think it would be safe in say my aquaponics system having fish and Benificial bacteria living in my system. I Frigin hate those dog gone Aphids, I'm looking for a safe alternative to squishing them by hand as it can be very time consuming lol Thanks again and keep those videos coming and I'll be sure to do the same.

  • Paul's Back Yard Garden 6 months ago

    Nice job Brent! Boy them be a lot of plants to deal with later.
    Beginning to sow seeds I love it!
    Paul

  • Jeff Sullivan 6 months ago

    Your timing on this video is perfect for me. I'm in the middle of getting rid of all the fungus gnats and aphids in my basement and greenhouse. Been using the Dawn in the past and just picked up some Neem oil. Sprayed everything in my basement and today took all the plants out of one of my grow beds and sprayed it as well. Tonight there's no sign of fungus gnats in that grow bed while there is on either side of it. The basement swarms are almost non-existent now. Didn't know if I should mix the Dawn and Neem.

  • Nice amount of seeds you started there, i did about the same last year but it was way to much for me to handle so this year i will only do as many as i can take real care of.
    Its looking a bit dark where you put the seedlings but i guess i don't need to tell you that seedlings need a lot of light so i guess its just the time of day or something.
    Will any of this be planted outside or everything in the greenhouse?
    Just asking because it seems a bit early for seedstarting.

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 6 months ago

    That wind really kicked up out there! Good to see you getting them going my friend!
    Chuck

  • Lisa'sWorld 6 months ago

    And that is why I keep coming back to your channel. I like following the successful growers that teach us so much and show their successes and failures.
    You are making me feel guilty. I haven't planted the first seed. Maybe this week I can get it together to accomplish something. lol TFS, Brent. Lisa

  • Cultivating Organic by Jo & Mig 6 months ago

    I don't do hydroponic but always find it very interesting to watch others work in theirs.

  • Keyplayr61 Greenhouse Hydroponics And Gardens 6 months ago

    2017…And away we go!! ; )

  • How to be self sufficient 6 months ago

    You have indeed shown results. Have a great day

  • BobMels Gardens 6 months ago

    Nice to get the seeds started again. Good thing we have rather short winters. Best wishes Bob.

  • CB's Greenhouse and Garden 6 months ago

    Like I keep saying… This is why your the brains of all these operations!

  • Jim Battaglia 6 months ago

    By the way great tip on using painter's. tape … easy to use.

  • DragonflyArtz1 6 months ago

    Glad to see you take advantage of the head start your Winter Greenhouse offers you! 😉 You really got ambitious! Can't wait to see it fill up your Summer Greenhouse. You are planting seeds! Wooohoo!

  • Eddy's Greenhouse Garden 6 months ago

    Lookin' good Brent.

    Too early to start anything at my place yet. Just glanced at my remote thermometer….15 degrees out in my greenhouse right now. Envious…..

    Ed

  • Midwest Gardener 6 months ago

    Seeing all those planted trays got me excited and they aren't even mine. Can't wait to see them start growing. I won't be starting my tomatoes, peppers and eggplants till about March. It's nice to see so many people planting stuff!

  • Tim Jordan 6 months ago

    Forget to say. We live south of Hot Springs, ark.

  • Tim Jordan 6 months ago

    Tim and Linda Jordan:  Thank you for your incite and wisdom on hydroponics growing. We are currently building a greenhouse and expanding our Dutch bucket system.

  • Jim Battaglia 6 months ago

    Nice work. Too cold for lots of variety for me but do have greens and spinach growing. I will focus on lettuce variety this year as the majority of growing. Looking forward to your plant progress .

  • David Little 6 months ago

    Can't wait to start seeing growth.