People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

40+ yards mulch in an AMAZING vegetable garden for the drive/walk way

Source: Youtube Our farm vegetable beds project is finishing. We put 40 yards mulch in a vegetable garden for the drive/walk way. Not just for the nice and neat look, mulch can prevent weeds growing and greatly reduce bugs and disease in vegetable. This will be our final look of our vegetable garden. How do you think? Gardening, harvesting and cooking videos will be next in our channel. Please subscribe, like and comment to give us more power. Thanks. To purchase vegetable seed and good quality cast iron wok:

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Education Vegetable Gardening 

EOAC Snack Chat Webinar: Vegetable Gardening for Beginners

Source: Youtube Join Dr. Taylor Clem with the Equal Opportunities Snack Chat webinar event to discuss Vegetable Gardening for Beginners. This webinar provides basic information for beginning a garden of your own! For more information, check out the resources below and reach out to the Master Gardener Volunteer Help Desk (mag@alachuacounty.us). Resources: Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide: Gardening in Raised Beds: Soil Test Form:

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Education Vegetable Gardening 

Extension Cord: Summer Vegetable Gardening w/ Master Gardener Scott

Source: Youtube Alachua County’s hot and humid summers may make vegetable gardening seem like an impossible task. Join Dr. Taylor Clem and Master Gardener Volunteer Scott Schuppie as they socially-distance themselves and discuss summer vegetable gardening. Topics include plant selection, green manures, nematode management, and a couple of other topics. Resources: UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County: Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide: Introduction to Soil Solarization: Cover Crops and Green Manure for Your Garden: Follow Us: Facebook: UF IFAS Extension Alachua County Master Gardeners If you would like to reach out to any…

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Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

Spring Vegetable Gardening in Jacksonville, Florida FREE Seminar!

Source: Youtube VEGGIES 101 Earth Works Spring Vegetable Gardening in Jacksonville, Florida FREE Seminar! (Note: Same Date as Second Saturday Sip & Shop from 10am-6pm) Date: Saturday, March 14, 2020 Time: 10-11am This event will be hosted by Matt Barlow, the Earth Works Garden Center manager at their Jacksonville, Florida location 12501 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida 32246. Barlow will discuss regional soil conditions and ecology along with making recommendations for soil preparation and soil amendments for raised bed “veggie box” vegetable cultivation. Bring your questions for Barlow who has a…

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Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

South Florida Winters: Peak VEGGIE GROWING SEASON, perfect for TINY HOUSE work | Gardening Vlog

Source: Youtube We’re in the peak growing season for vegetable gardening in South Florida (Zone 10b). Though the sun sets earlier these days, the lower temperatures allow our garden to thrive. We’re harvesting beans, lettuce & dark greens, tomatoes, squash and much more regularly. The cooler days also make construction on the tiny house a lot more bearable! Hello from Eric, Brie, Mara the cat and Matilda the tortoise! We are a simple family who grew up and live in the heart of an urban, concrete jungle, better known as…

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Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

January – Seeds Planted And What’s Growing In The Vegetable Garden

Source: Youtube It’s the middle of January and I am starting more vegetables from seed. For my winter garden I am starting more cool season crops outdoors: Lettuce, Broccoli, Spinach, Carrots, Beets, Swiss Chard, Chives, Catnip, Thyme, and Coriander. Many of these I do in succession plantings. Other cool season crops that can be started from seed in January include: Brussels Sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, collards, kale, mustards, onions, peas (English), radish, turnips, and potatoes. I am also starting a few warm season crops from seed indoors: Tomatoes, peppers, and…

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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Top 10 Favorite Leafy Greens | Florida Winter Vegetable Garden

Source: Youtube Winter is the prime growing season for leafy greens in Florida vegetable gardens. I focus a lot of effort on growing my own greens because of the nutritional value, superior taste, you can grow a lot in a small space or with minimal light. If you want to find out my top 10 favorite leafy greens to grow in your Florida winter vegetable garden this is the video for you! I’ll cover some standards like growing kale, swiss chard, lettuces and also things more unique like tatsoi.

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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Realistic Expectations for Home Vegetable Gardeners | Best Supplement to Growing Your Own Food

Source: Youtube Growing large quantities of your own food takes quite a bit of space and a lot of time which many of us may not have! The average family of four would need about 1/8 of an acre dedicated to growing vegetables (not fruit, grain, or anything else). Living in an urban setting makes this difficult if not impossible. In this video Elise Pickett of The Urban Harvest will show you the next best option for sourcing high quality, nutrient dense food so you can supplement your home grown…

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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Perennial Eggplant for the Florida Vegetable Garden

Source: Youtube There are very few perennial fruiting vegetables, eggplant happens to be one of them. This hardy vegetable is well suited to our climate and is a wonderful crop for the Florida vegetable gardener. Learn how you can plant eggplant one time and enjoy it in your vegetable garden for seasons to come with Elise Pickett of The Urban Harvest. You will learn all about what to expect when growing eggplant including why they flower but don’t set fruit so you can grow your own productive Florida backyard vegetable…

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