Q&A’s Growing Vegetables in South Florida, Can I grow a nut tree or am I nuts?

John from www.growingyourgreens.com gives a quick garden updat and answers your questions including How many people your garden is feeding, Growing and Planting Vegetables in South Florida, Growing nut trees in small spaces, so grow hull-less pumpkin seeds aka pepitas or mexican pumpkin seeds.

11 Comments


  1. Looks like your neighbor makes an appearance about 9:55, LOL.


  2. I am in Florida and I have to go to Eco. Also I am checking out rawfoods.com. One thing got me eating more salad is growing herbs. I don’t use them as season I use them as salad. You can make flavor combinations.


  3. I found the website. You have to type Echo Tropical fruits Fort Myers in the google search and you will find them. They are awsome. The information passed through these videos is worth more than gold. For one you can’t eat gold.


  4. Do you do bokashi composting?


  5. I have not recently. I did experiment with it years ago, but had a bad experience with the importer of E.M. many years ago, so I have not gotten back into it.


  6. why haven’t signed up for youtube partner


  7. you would need one acre to feed a family of 4 for a year and maybe your exstended family.


  8. blight is typically from water. switch to drip irrigation if possible. if not water early in the morning around after 4:00 am but before 10:am. if it rains cover plants at night with plastic. there are very few ways to treat blight. mainly you cut out six inches past the infected portion and clean your shears with alcohol after.


  9. Thanks for sharing the info about the kaiki pumpkin seeds vs growing a nut tree.


  10. Consult your local Master Gardener.  If they don’t know, you can be assured that they will find out.

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