May Field Trip – Growing a Vegetable Garden

May 2009 field trip through the vegetable garden. Visit The Bayou Gardener in Avoyelles Parish Louisiana – Cajun Country at

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    25 Responses to “May Field Trip – Growing a Vegetable Garden”

    1. webcajun Says:

      Thanks ……. Donald

    2. webcajun Says:

      Then it would become a job. Having too much fun for that. LOL …… Donald

    3. johndeeremaster Says:

      when did you plant the sweet corn?

    4. webcajun Says:

      March 1st and a second patch April 9th……. Donald

    5. mark28map Says:

      Damn, Cajun going main stream now. Were gonna lose him to the networks you watch! GO CAJUN!

    6. webcajun Says:

      Yeah, then I could maybe hire some help. LOL ……… Donald

    7. 72542 Says:

      By far the best gardening videos on the net. I do miss that south LA dirt! Since retiring to north AR, my main crop rocks, and a few ticks and copperheads also. Keep up the great work!
      Mark in Ark

    8. webcajun Says:

      Hey Mark… AR is some nice country, use to visit there often on some mini vacations. The only rocks we have around here are in the driveway. LOL Glad you enjoy the videos……. Donald

    9. MadBadVoodo Says:

      Five Stars!!

    10. Pimporly Says:

      What do you say in the begining? It sounds awsome!

    11. Kamisha100 Says:

      I am totally loving the rightside up-upside down cucumbers. That is looking great. I can totally adapt the usage to my self watering container Earthbox garden!

    12. webcajun Says:

      “How yall doing my friends” in Cajun French…….. Donald

    13. webcajun Says:

      It is working great. Picking more cucumbers than I can use……. Donald

    14. murphalot13 Says:

      Hello from London Ontario Canada! I got hooked on your videos a few weeks ago, they are terrific. Any new field trips coming up soon? And one more thing, you had a video last year on planting canteloupe but i don’t think you had a video showing the end result, would you be able to make a one on harvesting- maybe a bunch of different things at the end of growing season but especially melons? It would be cool to see more videos highlighting the fruits of your labour. Thanks 🙂

    15. webcajun Says:

      Check out the “Video Halloween – A look back at 2008” on the web site. I’ll have a June field trip coming up soon. Glad you enjoy the videos …… Donald

    16. TheNinjaGardener Says:

      cool i just harvested my first peas and strawberry today.

    17. webcajun Says:

      Cooked some fresh peas last night and boy were they good. Makes it all worth while……… Donald

    18. johndeer7030 Says:

      just wondering is this your actual garden or do you sell your produce?

    19. webcajun Says:

      Hey Matt …. It’s both. I sell a little to help pay some of the expenses of growing such a large garden……… Donald

    20. johndeer7030 Says:

      wow thanks for the reply love your vids
      happy growing

    21. webcajun Says:

      You too buddy……. Donald

    22. 565Customz Says:

      hey you should try a worm tower…as big as your garden is you would need 2…but MAN the difference it makes

    23. webcajun Says:

      I have 2 old bath tubs that I keep my worms in. I use the castings mostly for worm cast tea. Good stuff……… Donald

    24. 565Customz Says:

      @webcajun have you ever seen the towers? i love em cause you dont have to do anything other than throw your scraps in the towers and the worms do the rest. no work really. plus its a nice spot to get rid of the veggies that didnt come out so good

    25. webcajun Says:

      I’ve seen em but never used them. We’ve always had our bins on the ground or in a large container. One of my jobs as a small boy was taking care of the worms which my father sold for fish bait…….. Donald

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