[Video] Avoid these 10 veggie garden pitfalls…

This video does a great job addressing many common vegetable and home gardening problems and how to fix them. Some of these issues have popped up for me in the past and they are easily misdiagnosed. Watch this video to help identify your potential garden problems.

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17 thoughts on “[Video] Avoid these 10 veggie garden pitfalls…

  1. I’m a new gardener with everything to learn. I like the idea to grow food instead of grass and that is where I begin If it works well I intend to bring the produce to a local food bank.

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  8. I have a very small area to plant veggies. One of the worst learning mistakes I’ve made is overwatering. Have planted things together that had different watering requirements resulting in no edible produce, i.e. onions along side of tomatoes, etc. Already, from watching these tutorials, I can not only see the errors of many of my ways, but have hope I’ll do things correctly next spring. Or at least show improvement. Thank you.

  9. This was very helpful, I have had at least 75% of the issues mentioned in this video. Thank you I give a thumbs up! I was very happy to hear that I was given my onions too much water and that the reason why the bulbs were saugy and small, same with the garlic, I harvest too soon.

  10. I tried throwing a couple antacids like rolaids or tums along with crushed egg shells at planting time to help combat blossom end rot with some success. Like the video.

  11. I have grown tomatoes in NJ. I moved to N Georgia and found it nearly impossible to grow much there at all, even when I replaced the clay with potting soil. I now live in NC. Last summer I tried to grow tomatoes, however the tomato season seemed to end very early, as in July! The tomato season in NJ lasted throughy the summer and into the fall. I can’t help but wonder if I did something wrong or was that it forthe tomato growing season in the southern part of NC? I live in Wilmington, NC which is the southern most tip of NC. I was thinking that maybe the sun was too much once it got to be July? Is there another way for me to lengthen the growing season? Maybe some type of shade a portion of the day.
    Also, I was wondering what benefits i would get from a raised garden.

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