From: NC A&T Community Gardens
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http://www.veseys.com In this video, Vesey's horticulturist describes the difference between determinate and indeterminate tomatoes as well as the best techniques for pruning and staking your tomato plants. Your FREE subscription to the Vesey's family of gardening catalogues https://www.veseys.com/ca/en/catalogue Subscribe to Veseys channel here! http://bit.ly/Y8gyVS Like Veseys on Facebook http://fb.com/veseys Follow Veseys on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/veseys Follow Veseys on Pinterest http://pinterest.com/veseysseeds/ Follow Veseys on Instagram http://instagram.com/veseysseeds Please Like, Subscribe and Comment :) Happy Gardening!
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Growing tall tomato plants? Here is a cheap way to make some tomato cages aka trellis to support the vines. I used scrap wood and kite string. (PS Flight of the Bumblebee is a classic and I stand by my choice) Thanks to Rafael LUKJANIK & Band for permission to use their music. Please visit their website: http://www.modern-classix.de/
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This is a cool way to guarantee the success of a tomato clone or sucker. Its very simple to do, almost fool proof. Even I could do it ! I got the idea from an old thread over on T'ville. http://www.tomatoville.com/showthread.php?t=2532 That's why I read and watch videos. There's so much to learn.
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There are multiple ways to root or clone tomato suckers. For hydroponics, it needs to be done without soil. One of the easiest ways is with the use of growplugs. They hold a good amount of moisture, while still providing proper aeration. A couple of things to remember, keep them out of direct sunlight during the rooting process. And make sure you have some type of cover over them to maintain good humidity levels. Doing so will greatly increase your chances of success. Sleestaks rooting video.. http://www.santiye.tv/play/ERg0-rL6Gy0/How_To_Root__Clone_Tomato_Suckers_Using_Growplugs.html"font-size: 11px; line-height: 1.4em; padding-left: 20px; padding-top: 1px;" width="146" valign="top">
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If you've never bitten into a fragrant, vine-ripened, sun-warmed tomato harvested fresh from your own garden, you haven't tasted a real tomato. And once you do, you'll never again be satisfied with supermarket impostors. Fortunately, tomato plants are easy to grow, and they're one of the easiest plants to start indoors from seed. Here's how to grow your own tomatoes, from seed to harvest. Learn more: http://www.gardeners.com/Step-by-Step-Growing-Tomatoes-from-Seed/7902,default,pg.html
From: Gardener's Supply
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Toss out your tomato cages and let Dave teach you how to effectively grow your tomato plants up wire.
From: Growing Wisdom
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When growing tomatoes, you want to get the maximum yield of crops, with the best flavour you can. Pruning your plants to remove unwanted shoots and leaves is an essential part of this. Tom Cole shows us how. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojugdiygardening Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojugdiygardening Like Us On Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/videojug Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojug Watch This and Other Related films here: http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-prune-tomatoes
From: Love Your Home
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Learn how to get 50-80 lbs of tomatoes from every tomato plant. Planting a garden can be a lot of fun but get a harvest is really what it is all about. Follow these steps to dramatically improve your tomato harvest. 1. Buy the right plants for your area. Talk with the Master Gardener association or university agriculture extension in your area. 2. Lay plants on their side so the tips will grow upwards. 3. Dig a trench and bury all but the top 3 inches. 4. Add 1/4-1/2 cup slow release fertilizer, like cotton seed meal, Osmocote, etc., to the trench. 5. Build a 5 foot high 2 foot diameter cage around each plant. 6. Cover cage on the sides and on top with "floating row cover" (a light polyester material) or plastic to protect from wind and weather until plants are large and strong and weather is warm. 7. Weekly apply water soluble fertilizer, like Rapid Grow or Miracle Grow, through a hose-end fertilizer applicator on the leaves. 8. When plants have set their first cluster of fruit, side dress with two to three tablespoons of ammonium sulfate and water well. 9. Pick tomatoes when 30% ripe to avoid the birds from eating them. 10. Do not put tomatoes in the refrigerator. Keep on the kitchen counter.
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There are two types of growing habits for tomatoes- Determinate and Indeterminate. Learn the differences of each type and why each might be best for your garden.
From: Burpee Gardens
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Many people prune the sucker branches off their Tomato plants, don't let those clippings go to waist, plant them to start new plants.
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John Evans shows the secret for growing healthy enormous World Record vegetables is organic Bountea compost tea.
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STARTING TOMATO SEEDS IN A 128 CELL PLUG TRAY FOR THE GREENHOUSE
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When you're growing tomatoes and pruning them to a single stem, you need a way to keep them growing vertically. The simplest way is to tie twine to a purlin or rafter in the top of your greenhouse, and secure the stems with "trellis clips". I prefer to use baling twine, since it won't rot and is very strong. However, if you want to grow the 15-20 foot tall plants, you need to be able to drop the string down and move the top of the plant laterally. This can be accomplished by running a heavy wire or cable horizontally in the top of your greenhouse, and using a roller type string system. It works pretty good for tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, pole beans, and anything else that you want to grow vertically. Also, I've had many requests to explain the trellis that I built for growing tomatoes last year. Essentially, it's a souped up clothesline, designed to support a good amount of weight. Since I like to rotate crops, I'm using it for pole beans this year, Fortex and Red Cranberry. https://www.facebook.com/mhp.gardener
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Cucumbers are a type of vegetable that can be planted in pots. Plant cucumbers in a garden with help from a longtime gardener in this free video clip. Expert: Frank E. Buker Bio: Frank E. Buker, also known as Farmer Ed, was raised on a farm in Maine, and has a lifetime of experience gardening. Filmmaker: Alfredo Rodriguez Series Description: Different types of fruits and vegetables will require different planting techniques and care to properly maintain. Learn about food gardening with help from a longtime gardener in this free video series.
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http://www.avantgardendecor.com/store/plant-support Avant Garden wants to show you how easy it is to grow tomatoes with the Ultomato Staking System. If you grow tomatoes in your garden, you will love this kit! The versatile Stake It Easy™ supports your vine plants while Safer® Brand's Tomato & Vegetable Insect Killer controls insects trying to attack your tomatoes - The Organic Way! The patent pending design of Stake It Easy™ grows taller (up to 6') and wider as your plant grows supporting each growing branch. To assemble, just snap together. Then adjust the height and width as the plant grows. Plus the EZ Step™ Stake Anchors penetrate even hard ground so it's easy to install, even late in the season. This versatile system can be used with tomato plants or ther vine plants that need support. The Safer® Brand Tomato and Vegetable Insect Killer combines pyrethrins and potassium salts of fatty acids to kill on contact but does not harm your plants! The pyrethrins attack the insect's nervous system and potassium salts weaken the insect's protective outer shell, adding up to a lethal insect killing combination! It targets and kills aphids, asparagus beetles, bean beetles, cabbage loopers, caterpillars, Colorado potato beetles, cucumber beetles, diamond-backed moth, flea beetles, imported cabbage worms, leaf hoppers, plant bugs, tomato hornworm control and whiteflies. The ability to use this product on tomatoes and a wide array of other vegetables offers the most economical and convenient solution to garden annoyances available on the market! OMRI Listed® and compliant for use in organic gardening. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- About AvantGardenDecor.com Avant® Garden is the premier brand of innovative outdoor living décor. From stylish coco planters and baskets, to flower boxes, plant stands, and fire pits -- it's the one stop brand for all outdoor décor needs. Avant® Garden also offers garden helpers, such as garden stakes, accessories, and various plant saucers that meet the demands of both gardening hobbyists and enthusiasts alike.
From: Garden Decor
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http://homesteadadvisor.com/ It's fast and easy to clone tomato plants. Let me show you how to clone tomatoes, so you can get free fall tomato plants. http://homesteadadvisor.com/
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www.valleyoaktool.com Organic Gardener David Grau demonstrates the stake and weave method of supporting and growing tomatoes. This method improves usable yields and makes harvesting easier.
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Are you thinking of growing your cucumbers vertically? Well, watch and learn the proper techniques on pruning cucumber plants as they grow. Learn more by visiting JohnnySeeds.com!
From: Growing Wisdom
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How we make our raised garden beds with our John Deere tractor and plastic mulch layer. Read more at http://frontporchfarm.net/garden/raised-beds/ ©Copyright 2010 Front Porch Farm, All Rights Reserved.
From: Front Porch Farm
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BARBECUE IN THE GARDEN http://barbecuegarden.blogspot.com NOTTINGHAM NH. grow tomatoes in 5 gallon buckets 5/6/2010 the john@ROCKNTV1 method BARBECUE IN THE GARDEN COOKING and GARDENING FOR HEALTHY EATING, LIVING, NUTRITION, DIET AND THE EXERCISE BENEFITS THAT COME WITH low cost home grown vegetables
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Keep your tomato plants "in line" by spanking them! It helps with pollenation, stimulates growth, and keeps them from misbehaving ;) We also talk about pruning tomato branches & suckers, the use of apple juice for "setting" tomato blossoms, and why blossoms sometimes fall off. Visit my blog: http://reaganite71.blogspot.com ☆ NEW: Check out my garden shirt store: http://reaganite71.spreadshirt.com/ My Facebook page for behind the scenes pics and thoughts & chats: http://facebook.com/reaganite71
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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his project of the day: Planting 11 tomato plants into a 4 foot x 10 foot raised bed garden. In this episode you will learn the proper spacing to use when planting tomatoes. You will also discover the differences between determinate and indeterminate tomato plants. You will also learn more about the texas tomato cage john will use that will allow him to grow them vertically
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Tricia shows you how to prune your tomatoes and diagnose several common tomato problems. We are not making specific pesticide recommendations. Please read all product labels carefully and follow all label instructions. More pruning tips in our blog post http://groworganic.com/organic-gardening/articles/pruning-tomatoes-when-why-and-how. The Vegetable Doctor diagnoses tomato problems in another blog post http://groworganic.com/organic-gardening/articles/tomato-diseases-the-vegetable-doctor-is-in. All your organic gardening supplies in one place at our site http://www.groworganic.com.
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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to the Larkspur Community Garden to share with you over a dozen ways on how gardeners are growing their tomatoes vertically in the community garden. After watching this episode, you will be more familiar with ways that people train their tomatoes. In this episode you will discover some innovative ways people are using cages, stakes and trellis systems to grow more tomatoes.
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