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  1. Omkar's Terrace Garden
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Nice video and good hack

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  2. Haze1434
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    My 2 cents / tip: Instead of planting spring onions and garlic in one area, I tend to spread them out in amongst other plants, or place single-rows between other plants. Supposedly, the chemicals given off my the onion/garlic family are a deterrent to aphids and other pests.

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  3. Global Farms Wanhar
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Always Simple is best

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  4. Diana Salameh
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Great Video and Ideas I had to add this to my favorites so I can go back to it. Thanks For Sharing.

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  5. Rhoman Mason
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Grow potatoes and carrots in hanging buckets to keep carrot fly and slugs n snails away from your growing veg 👍🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

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  6. JuicyVeganDwarf
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Good vid, thanks 🙏🏼

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  7. Bernardo Pandolfo
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

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  8. Mary Watkins
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    2:16 The water reservoirs work well. I have also used this method to add compost tea and fish emulsion to my tomato plants.

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  9. Gillenz Fluff
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    1 liter of water a tablespoon of vegetable oil and a few drips of washing up liquid blended with a soup wand or blender and use in a spray bottle for aphids spidermite caterpillars it will kill all insects so don't spray beneficial insects, some plants are sensitive to it so it's best to wash it off with water after a few minutes.

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  10. Carol Sloanes
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Guttering works better with ends fixed on them

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  11. Nada Kodsia
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    شكرا جزيلا على المعلومات الرائعة. Thank you so much for your generous explanation.

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  12. Chong Yu
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    i use pencil to write on plastic labels. u can easily use eraser to remove the words just like on paper.

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  13. The PinCushionMan
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    To gay for me.

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  14. Pat Pathinayake
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Thank you so much. Absolutely delighted to listen and absorb data. Please, may I know what to plant in September, October & November in the UK? Thank you.

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  15. Drew Wootton
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    GARDEN HACK YOUVE NEVER SEEN BEFORE
    https://youtu.be/TAdbfAeIFmk

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  16. Monica Newkirk
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    You can use the absorbing material from a clean diaper in your soul to keep it hydrated. They hold a lot of water which will be released when the soil is too dry and absorb extra water when it rains.

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  17. Yo Drop
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    ah yes. i really need to label my sage as i get it confused with my tomato plants.

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  18. LoraLee DaisyG
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Take the label off a plastic soda bottle, cut the bottom 1/3 of it off and put it over the seeds. This acts as a mini green house and helps keep them moist.

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  19. tackless
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    I have a tip to share with everyone. Years ago I had a boat on the Eastern shore of Maryland and there I met the oldest working Waterman on the bay. At the time mr. Johnny was 93 years old. He had a very large garden right near Remington Farms who specialized in food plots to raise deer for the hunter customers. Of course in this area are rabbits and everything else. I asked mr. Johnny don't you have problems with the animals and he said no look at that pole in the center of my garden. On that pole he had a radio tuned to a talk show on a timer covered with a 5 gallon bucket . Mr. Johnny explain to me if you just play music The Critters will get used to that but they will never come near two people talkin in the middle of a field. I live in the wild Open Country and I have been using mr. Johnny's trick for many years now and believe me it works. And I mean perfectly. Good luck. T

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  20. Steepleview Farm
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Have you ever tried beneficial nematodes to organically control garden pests? I tried today and made a how to video. What kind of success have you had with this? https://youtu.beNJy1XJD9j_A

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  21. may day
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    work
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    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

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  23. Sandia Martin
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Good tips. I've also heard fragrant soap hanging in nylons keep deer away and lightly crumbled egg shells keeps slugs away. Thanks.

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  24. CHARR KR
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    i really enjoyd this cant wait for you next upload!!

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  25. ADI LIVE
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Using empty egg shell for sprouting beans and peas are great too…one can simply transfer as such and the calcium in the egg shell adds to the nutritIve value of the soil.

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  26. The Ginger Gardener
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Very informative video guys! thank you. I have just noted some of these tips down.

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  27. Sevak Kirakosyan
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Nice vid. Thanks.

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  28. Gerald Armstrong
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    My favorite hack is to use the cardboard egg containers to start seedlings. Then cut them apart and plant it still in the cardboard.

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  29. Rona Tastagh
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    What was the app called ?

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  30. Feel Relaxed Music
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    We have all kinds of relaxing and ambient music on our youtube channel that you can listen to while gardening.

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  31. The Green Ambassador
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Your information is really very beneficial. Thanks so much for providing important information. I also provide information related to gardening.

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  32. fire7side
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    Getting rid of perrenial plants that are prone to blossom end rot will help the rest of the garden from not getting it. Usually they don't bare well anyway.

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  33. Ellie Hudson
    September 2, 2019 @ 3:24 pm

    I feel really hacking my garden with this tool : http://bit.ly/2B1ObUB

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