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Tom Cole shows how to remove shoots and leaves from tomato plants. This process helps to allow the proper nutrients to go to the fruits. Tom shows how to pinch out tomato shoots.
This how-to video provides very detailed, useful information on propagation. Watch this instructional video for tips on grafting a watermelon plant. For horticulture and how-to video enthusiasts.
Grafting, also known as "top working," is simple-but-essential technique that enables you to change the variety of fruit a tree bears. In this tutorial, Stephen Hayes of Fruitwise Apples Heritage reviews the essentials of top working while discussing an apple tree that was successfully grafted a year prior.
Grafting, also known as "top working," is simple-but-essential technique that enables you to change the variety of fruit a tree bears. In this tutorial, Stephen Hayes of Fruitwise Apples Heritage demonstrates the rind grafting technique, a useful method for grafting over a sound-but-unwanted apple or pear tree.
Cankers, if left untreated, can grow and prove lethal for your trees. In this installment of the Fruitwise Heritage Apple guide to apple pruning, Stephen Hayes demonstrates how to amputate a diseased tree branch with a saw. Watch and learn why, as Stephen puts it, "a seen canker is a gone canker."
Thinning, or pruning, is the most important step in getting the best fruit from your tree. In this tutorial from Dave Wilson Trees, you'll learn how to thin your own fruit trees as they look at the plum, peach, apricot, nectarine, aprium and pluot trees in their own orchard as part of their spring maintenance routine. Watch this video and learn how to keep your fruit trees healthy and bearing uniform, healthy fruit!
Turn a garden shrub into a beautiful Bonsai Tree.
Each year an apple tree should produce three things: new growth, fruit buds on last year's and older growth, and fruit on those fruit buds formed in previous years. In order to keep an apple tree in balance and fruiting, one must prune. However, pruning is often done poorly. In this, the first installment of his series on practical apple tree pruning, Stephen Hayes of Fruitwise Heritage Apples looks at the general structure of the apple tree.
Each year an apple tree should produce three things: new growth, fruit buds on last year's and older growth, and fruit on those fruit buds formed in previous years. In order to keep an apple tree in balance and fruiting, one must prune. However, pruning is too often done poorly. In this, the second installment of his series on practical apple tree pruning, Stephen Hayes of Fruitwise Heritage Apples looks goes over what to look for in a good secateurs, or pruning shears, and how to thin out spur systems and how to deal with lateral branches that are badly placed or overly big.
In this episode, Becky shows you how to grow a successful garden, including tomatoes, squash and flowers. She talks about fertilizer, pest control, and seeds.
Dave from Dave's Garden discusses how to grow your own tomatoes with your own starting seeds.
Pruning a neglected apple tree is not difficult. Unless the tree is seriously post-mature, diseased or very badly situated, a few simple principles and a sharp saw will see it right. In this video, yet another installment in the Fruitwise apple pruning tutorial series, learn to utilize a pruning saw to remove whole branch systems that are diseased, too low, too crowded or crossing while leaving the rest of the tree alone.
Dave helps you prepare your vegetable garden for the winter and has some suggestions for rescuing those remaining green tomatoes.
Have a fair amount of spare time and a contrarian soul? In this fun, and easy-to-follow, video tutorial, you'll learn how to cultivate a square (or, to be more precise, cubic) watermelon. For exhaustive, step-by-step instructions on how to grow your own square watermelons, take a look!
Hardy bananas have become a new popular plant, but how do you get them to bare fruit after the long cold winter? Watch this video to see how the experts do it.
This video will teach you how to propagate plants from a stem cutting using asexual propagation (a.k.a cloning). The methods shown are mainly for hydroponics but can be used in soil.
The Bramley is a large, heavy-cropping cooking apple popular for baking, making apple sauce and other apple dishes. In this two-part how-to series, Stephen Hayes of Fruitwise Heritage Apples demonstrates how to properly prune a Bramley apple tree and other apple trees with a similar habit of growth. Watch this instructional video to learn how to prune your own triploid and tip-bearing trees.
In this how-to video, Ed Laivo and Tom Spellman of Dave Wilson Nursery give you advice on how to prune high-density fruit trees as they look at Santa Rosa plums, pluots and nectarines in their own orchard. Watch this video to learn how to open your trees up for sunlight and airflow while simultaneously managing fruit buds so as to ensure uniform, healthy fruit growth.
Plant Seeds in a Basic Seed Tray. Make an early start on your garden by learning to propagate vegetables in containers. This short, expert led guide tells you all you need to know.
How To Plant Tomatoes. This video gives you expert guidance on how to properly plant a tomato in your garden. Advice ranges from starter plants and how to prepare an outdoor site to the planting and maintaining of the tomatoes.
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