Added by on 2016-09-17

Summer squash, which includes zucchini, is a warm-weather plant that loves the heat of the summer months. Use a rototiller to get summer squash out of the ground with help from an organic farmer in this free video on vegetable gardening and horticulture. Expert: Jarrett Man Contact: Bio: Jarrett Man created and runs Stone Soup Farm, an organic vegetable and fruit operation in Belchertown, Mass. Filmmaker: EquilibrioFilms Jenn Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVegetable Gardening : Vegetables to Grow in a Summer GardenVegetable Gardening : How to Grow Green PeppersVegetable Gardening : How to Grow Sweet PotatoesLas Vegas Summer Vegetable Garden – How to Grow Food in Extreme ConditionsRaised Bed Organic Vegetable Gardening Planting With Deep Soil: Summer GardensGrowing Squash in Straw/Hay Bales – Sustainable Vegetable Gardening

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  • Gary W. Stegall 1 year ago

    You youngster's who are making immature comments should try to do as well as he does! Very talented young man!

  • zabuzathesexy 1 year ago

    oh my god, i know! i had beautiful zucchini and they completely killed them, didn't notice until it was too late 🙁 oh well, best thing to do is kill the eggs under the leaves before the hatch 

  • Ted Spencer Sr. 1 year ago

    GET RIDE OF THE ADS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Coastal Gardener 1 year ago

    Nothing about mildew? 

  • bowler8 1 year ago

    very clear and good presentation

  • evilmonkeyz777 1 year ago

    batter and fry the blooms 🙂

  • Teresa Fawkes 1 year ago

    zucchini flowers stuffed with ricotta cheese, lightly sauteed and with a fresh marinara sauce – incredible.

  • martysgarden 1 year ago

    Hi, as your growing in rows and not companion style do you have to spray for pests? Or do you try to go organic?

  • IanHunedoara8 1 year ago

    The squash vine borer is probably the worst problem I've had in growing summer squash

  • leocee 1 year ago

    It's winter now, when would be a good time to start planting the summer squash, what is a good date to start?

  • Paige W 1 year ago

    my dad and i did a taste test with summer squash. we let one go to be about 10 inches long and 2 '' wide. we harvested another at around 6'' long and an inch wide. the tiny one was so sweet i really wanted to eat it raw!

  • StatenIslandSlim 1 year ago

    Make squash flower fritters they are great munchies after twisting & burning a bone!

  • jimmie200 1 year ago

    I love Jared's videos. I always learn something from them. Thank you.

  • Rodrigo Reyes 1 year ago

    Dont through away the flower D:!! make it into a quesadilla! 😀 

  • dirtshaman 1 year ago

    I took your advice on growing squash and it inspired me to jump on my pogo stick.

  • lyletuck 1 year ago

    From the look of the slightly yellow edges of leaves that turn into brown, dessicated zones, I would venture a guess that this row of zucchini is infested with the bane of my gardening existence, the SQUASH BUG.

    I will try the companion planting technique of planting nasturtiums, radishes, and marigolds in rings around my zuchs this year in a (no doubt vain) attempt to deter the squash bugs. They're nasty critters.

  • Justin Garcia 1 year ago

    or you could take 1 dime and buy some seeds…and with those seeds get atleast 10 and dont mess with going to the store

  • brianwurst1234 1 year ago

    You should go ahead and do a video about the squash vine borer because people are going to learn the hard way if you don't.

  • Alex Harp 1 year ago

    thanks that really helped!!!!!!