Vegetable & Fruit Gardening : How to Grow Cucumbers

Cucumbers are often grown in raised beds or mounds with freshly tilled soil. Plant cucumber seeds 2 inches deep withhelp from an organic farmer in this free video on gourd gardening. Expert: Jarrett Man Contact: stonesoupfarm.googlepages.com Bio: Jarrett Man created and runs Stone Soup Farm, an organic vegetable and fruit operation in Belchertown, Mass. Filmmaker: EquilibrioFilms Jenn

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    16 Responses to “Vegetable & Fruit Gardening : How to Grow Cucumbers”

    1. taviyo Says:

      Hey I really like your tips. Do you have your own channel? Thanks for all the advice.

    2. gaaraofthefunk12345 Says:

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    3. booboosmack Says:

      Thank You

    4. raffles288 Says:

      I like how well you explained step by step how to grow cucumbers. I wish the seed packets came with better explanations. Will check out your other videos. Thank you. Hope you have a website.

    5. Penelopeb155 Says:

      cucumbers are my favorite summer vegetable.

    6. RubenKaboom Says:

      subtitles are way off.

    7. emiliorules13 Says:

      how long does it take for the cucumbers to grow cause i want 2 try and grow some

    8. drahm33 Says:

      what is up with the subtitles? Some liberal crap cause deaf people can’t understand the video? They need to go!!!!!!!!

    9. BigEl91 Says:

      Doo1: drahm33 best hope that they don’t becomes deaf – or if they do that other people are a lot nicer than them!
      Tahnsk for the video and the subtitles!

    10. BigEl91 Says:

      Doo1: drahm33 best hope that they don’t become deaf – or if they do that other people are a lot nicer than them!
      Tahnsk for the video and the subtitles!

    11. BigEl91 Says:

      Doo1: drahm33 best hope that they don’t become deaf – or if they do that other people are a lot nicer than them!
      Thanks for the video and the subtitles!

    12. TheBrassHole Says:

      @drahm33 LOL

    13. inthesunshinegirl Says:

      🙂 im definately gonna try 🙂

    14. TCB1468 Says:

      Any advice
      Ive been planting cucumber plants in nc for a while and been very succesful
      But in va the first year was good but this year i transplanted them and we just had a lot of rain and now its completely wilting so i thought maybe the soil was bad and i put back it back into big pot with new soil but its only been one day not really any diffirence

    15. BlueBerryWizard Says:

      @emiliorules13
      Under ideal conditions, it takes about 2 months for them to reach maturity. It’ll probably take longer if they don’t get plenty of light, are crowded, or you’re growing a variety that just isn’t suited for your area. A really sunny open plot with good soil and regular watering (try not to water the foliage, just water the ground) should do the job.

    16. rikkilucario7 Says:

      @drahm33 wow, ur nice. u know, no one is perfect.

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