Planting Vegetables

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Tricia shows you how to plant vegetables starts into the garden.

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  1. When you transplant those peat pots, do you just put them in the ground as
    is or do you pull the bottoms off to free the roots? This was my 1st year
    gardening so I’m new to all of this.

  2. Yeah, they’re nice and easy to use. You can find them for sale on our
    website (sorry YouTube doesn’t allow links in the comments or I’d give you
    a link right to the product page).

  3. We couldn’t agree more. Check out our video on Organic Fertilizer we did
    last summer, it has a segment on fertigation. It was in June of last year
    so it probably doesn’t show on our feed anymore.

  4. In general it means the transplant is too mature and won’t grow as quickly
    as one that hasn’t flowered or fruited yet. Besides, those flowers and
    fruit generally drop off anyway with the stress of being transplanted. You
    can get away with tomatoes with flowers on them sometimes though.

  5. One less pest is always great. I’ve never seen a cutworm myself, but they
    sound horrible.

  6. Great information. I would like to make a suggestion. Would you consider
    doing a video on fertilization and fertigation? I think that would be very
    beneficial!

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