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Vegetable Gardening : How to Plant Pinto Beans

Tuesday, July 12th, 2011

Planting pinto beans is best done in autumn with organic soil in holes about an inch and a half into the soil. Water the beans and grow plump hearty stems in sixty to ninety days withhelp from an expert gardener in this free video on vegetable gardening. Expert: Jene Van Butsel Contact: www.tropicalfruit.com/ Bio: Jene Van Butsel is an expert gardener specializing in growing plants and tropical fruit trees since 1987. Filmmaker: Leonora Fishbein Series Description: A vegetable garden can bring an array of fresh vegetables to your home, from avocados and squash to butter and soy beans. Learn to grow vegetables with help from an expert gardener in this free video series on vegetable gardening.

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    ?? ?? ! Upstate New York Vegetable Garden Party!

    Monday, July 11th, 2011

    bundangbear explores an upstate New York Garden. You can also learn the words for all the vegetables in the garden in English AND Korean!! HONORS September 28, 2009 #86 – Most Viewed (This Week) – Education – South Korea September 24, 2009 #93 – Most Discussed (Today) – Education #82 – Most Viewed (Today) – Education – India #16 – Most Viewed (Today) – Education – South Korea #16 – Most Viewed (Today) – Education – Taiwan

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      Vegetable Garden Spaghetti Recipe Made With Spaghetti Squash

      Friday, July 8th, 2011

      No pasta in this recipe thanks to spaghetti squash!! 100% vegetable for all you low carbs lovers and vegetarians! I’m neither but I LOVE this dish, even though I’m guilty of throwing in some meat and cheese on occasion. Oven baked spaghetti squash is topped with a garden spaghetti sauce that is loaded with fresh vegetables! Here’s a delicious way to get in a load of veggies. GET RECIPE: divascancook.blogspot.com Music by Kevin MacLeod

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        Any tips on growing a vegetable garden in Sacramento, Ca?

        Saturday, May 21st, 2011

        I’m growing a vegetable garden in about a week. I’m growing pumpkins, squash, tomatoes, and carrots. Any tips on what I should and shouldn’t do? I live in Sacramento, Ca.

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          Kelly’s Upside Down Vegetable Garden 01

          Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

          I have been planning to grow vegetables like this all winter and when I saw Jason’s video, I thought it would be fun to document my garden as well. I had to wait a little longer to plant because I live in Springfield Missouri. We tend to have late frosts so I made sure that wasn’t going to happen. What you see on this first video, was planted on May 22, 2009. It is also the first time I have attempted to grow vegetables this way. So if anyone has any suggestions, please let me know. I am going to do video updates every week or so to show the progress. I hope you enjoy the videos as much as I enjoying working in my garden this year. Take care. Kelly

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            Vegetable Garden in Phoenix

            Saturday, May 7th, 2011

            This is my first garden. I started the project thinking we’d just have 1 or 2 raised beds but it turned into something much bigger. Everything is done organically (no pesticides, no chemical fertilizers etc.) and “veganically” (without the use of manure, blood meal, bone meal or any kind of animal product). 99% of the vegetables are “heirloom” or “open-pollinated” meaning the seed has been bred true and saved for at least 50 years and will continue to breed true when you save the seed…as opposed to a “hybrid” which has generally been bred for appearance, shelf life, yield, disease resistance but rarely taste. A saved hybrid seed will not breed true to the vegetable you saved it from. My family and I built the structure. I started everything by seed, mostly indoors under a grow-light system. What I’m growing now: Tomatoes Peppers Eggplant Basil Squash Cucumbers Watermelon Cantaloupe Mint Green Beans Calendula (for tea) Tepary Beans Onions Garlic Indian Corn Strawberries Okra Tomatillo Sunflowers Parsley Amaranth What I grew over the winter: Lettuce Kale Rapini Broccoli Arugula Beets Carrots Peas Bok Choy Spigariello On an unrelated note, check out the band I’m in with my 3 brothers. www.kongos.com

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              I messed up – do I need to move my vegetable garden?

              Friday, April 29th, 2011

              I am in Memphis, Zone 7. I planted a "Square Foot Garden" (raised bed garden) full of vegetables at my new home. Bell peppers, peas, beans, tomatoes, watermelon, squash, herbs, etc. I thought the spot I chose was full sun. Not sure how I messed this up… It appears my beds are getting only about 3 hours of sun a day, from noon to 3:00. Do I need to move the beds? It won’t be easy, but it is possible before the plants get too big. To think I dug up all that grass underneath them. Sigh. Thank you!

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                How to Plant a Vegetable Garden : Part 1: Tools Used in Vegetable Gardening

                Thursday, April 28th, 2011

                Learn what tools you’ll need for working in your vegetable garden in this free online video guide to vegetable gardening. Expert: Scott Reil Contact: www.safelawns.org Bio: Scott Reil is an accredited nurseryman and longtime horticulturalist with over two decades of experience in the field. Scott is now working for www.safelawns.org. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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                  How to Plant a Vegetable Garden : How to Use Compost in Your Vegetable Garden

                  Friday, April 15th, 2011

                  Learn how to use compost in your vegetable garden in this free online video guide to vegetable gardening. Expert: Scott Reil Contact: www.safelawns.org Bio: Scott Reil is an accredited nurseryman and longtime horticulturalist with over two decades of experience in the field. Scott is now working for www.safelawns.org. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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                    July Field Trip – Growing a Vegetable Garden

                    Thursday, March 24th, 2011

                    A tour around the summer garden. Includes starting peppers and planting pumpkin for the fall. Visit The Bayou Gardener in Avoyelles Parish Louisiana – Cajun Country at www.thebayougardener.com

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