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Tomato Growing Secrets: Pruning Tomatoes

How to prune and train tomatoes up a string from www.beginner-gardening.com and award winning garden author Doug Green. There are several important things to understand about pruning tomatoes, the first is that they way a significant amount when fully loaded and the tomatoes are ripening. Secondly, when pruning them up a string it is important to remove the suckers and only allow a single stem to grow up each string. I used to grow tomatoes commercially and this system works perfectly for both training the tomato all season and cleaning it up quickly in the fall. Beginners sometimes ask what you attached the tomato to the string with? The answer is nothing. If you bend the tomato around the string a complete revolution every 6 to 8 inches, you will find the tomato will stick quite nicely all by itself by friction. You can see this in the video. So feeding and watering tomato are critical steps to success but so is the way you train and prune it. The nice thing about a tomato is it grows so quickly that if you do manage to take out the wrong bits from the wrong piece of the wrong direction, it will regrow and give you a second or third chance. I prune and thin my tomatoes in this way because pruning to a single stem, will give me more tomatoes per square-foot than if I let them flop on the ground. Pruning tomatoes is easy once you get the hang of it. You can see other videos at http

Vegetable Gardening : Container Gardening for Fruits & Vegetables

Container gardening is a great way to control the growth of your fruits and vegetables. Learn about container gardening with help from a farm manager in this free video clip. Expert: Morgan Milne Bio: Morgan Milne has a BS in Horticulture December 2008 at North Carolina State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Filmmaker: Joe Ensley Series Description: Vegetable gardening can be a great way to enjoy all of your favorite veggies right in your own back yard. Learn about vegetable gardening with help from a farm manager in this free video series.

Container Gardening: Pruning

Container garden pruning at the seminar pages www.douggreensgarden.com by garden author Doug Green. In this gardening video, the emphasis is on how to prune plants in containers and hanging baskets. These instructions will show you how to maintain your hanging baskets in prime condition for the entire summer. It is not rocket science, these are gardening techniques that anybody can learn and succeed with. While the video is longer than normal, it demonstrates the pruning techniques that will both maintain and thicken the plants in your garden containers. It is an entire gardening course wrapped up in a short video. One of the things that beginner gardeners need to understand is that proper pruning techniques will reduce diseases and allow organic gardening techniques to work more effectively. So the bottom line is that container garden pruning is an important skill and if you are a do-it-yourselfer gardener, this is one skill you really need to master. Articles on pruning can be found www.douggreensgarden.com here and questions can be asked.

Tomatoes & Gardening Tips : How to Grow Easy Upside-Down Tomatoes

Tomatoes can be grown upside-down in hanging baskets, and the fact that they are on a vine will allow them to be trained to go below the container. Use a small variety of tomatoes to grow upside-down tomatoes withhelp from a sustainable gardener in this free video on growing tomatoes. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is a third-generation flower grower and sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner

Container Gardening: Design

container gardening design hanging basket garden seminars garden pruning how-to prune plants instructions organic ideas hanging baskets Container garden design www.douggreensgarden.com by award winning garden author Doug Green for his gardening seminars. There are two basic design…

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