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Razzmatazz Grape & JUJUBE Update: Future Plans Grape Growing People & Blogs 

Razzmatazz Grape & JUJUBE Update: Future Plans

Source: Youtube The Razzmatazz is proving to be unreliable and perhaps too late to ripen here. Sad to see, but the glimmer of hope may be in other muscadines. I’ve been reading reports of the varieties called Truimph and Lane surviving -10F. That’s more than I need to have them thrive here and would be a great addition or alternative to European Grapes that get attacked by disease every year. The Jujubes are finally setting fruit and it’ll probably be another 1-2 months before we get ripe fruits. Very excited…

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Best Shade Cloth to Reduce Temperature of Plants for Your Vegetable Garden Education Vegetable Gardening 

Best Shade Cloth to Reduce Temperature of Plants for Your Vegetable Garden

Source: Youtube John from shares with you the best shade cloth he has found that will reflect the suns rays to keep your plants cooler and provide some shade for your garden in the intense desert sun. In this episode, you will learn about reflective shade cloth aka aluminet shade cloth and how it may help your plants to photosynthesis more if you are growing plants in the desert. You will discover why your plants might shut down during the middle of the day if you are growing vegetables in…

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20 Square Feet Vegetable Garden Challenge – in a raised bed, part 4 People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

20 Square Feet Vegetable Garden Challenge – in a raised bed, part 4

Source: Youtube It ´s time to harvest in our 20 Square Feet Vegetable Garden Challenge! Filmed and edited by Filmfabriken – www.filmfabriken.se. Watch the other parts: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Read more about the challenge at my blog: Join the 20 Square Feet Gardening Challenge: – Make a 3 ft 3 x 6 ft 7 large growing bed. – Sow leafy greens only. – Keep growing throughout the year, starting in winter. – Weigh the harvest. Sara’s Kitchen Garden is Scandinavia’s most popular blog about gardening and self-sufficiency….

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Vertical Aquaponics System use Bamboo Towers in Greenhouse to Increase Production 10x Aquaponics Education 

Vertical Aquaponics System use Bamboo Towers in Greenhouse to Increase Production 10x

Source: Youtube John from gives you a tour of a vertical aquaponics farm that is using sustainable bamboo towers to maximize production in a commercial greenhouse to grow vegetables and fish year round in Salt Lake City, Utah. In this episode, John visits Dachnick Domes and Aquaponics, that provides commercial aquaponics solutions and shares with you four independent aquaponics systems that can grow food anywhere. First, John will provide you an overview of the Vertical Aquaponics system sharing with you more about why the company was founded and how they…

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