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58K views · 1K reactions | Carrot planting tips to increase yield #garden #gardening #gardeningtips #planting #farming #carrot | Franklin Morales | Franklin Morales · Original audio
58K views · 1K reactions | Carrot planting tips to increase yield #garden #gardening #gardeningtips #planting #farming #carrot | Franklin Morales | Franklin Morales · Original audio
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54K views · 1K reactions | The topic of pruning suckers off tomatoes is controversial. Like most problems the answer isn’t yes or no: it depends on what type of tomato you are growing. There are determinant tomatoes, which are more bushy and they give you one main harvest for several weeks then the plant is pretty much done for the rest of the season. Since you want to maximize your yield from the harvest, keep all of your suckers, except any that grow on the bottom, 4 inches of the main stem. Any fruit that gets created from suckers this low on the plant are going to droop down and touch the soil and that’s how your tomatoes get diseases. So only prune suckers from determinate tomatoes that are growing on the bottom 4 inches of the plant. Indeterminate tomatoes can become an overgrown mess so we prune every single sucker. We find off of these types of tomatoes or else the plant gets so crowded in the center that water gets trapped in there and brings disease to our plant. Indeterminate tomatoes create fruit until the frost kills it so we don’t need to worry about maximizing yield get those suckers out of there to prevent disease! I am a Garden Coach located in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. I do on-site sessions right in your garden if you live 40 miles from Arlington Heights, Illinois. I also do virtual sessions for people that don’t live close to me. I have helped gardeners all over the United States, with all experience levels, improve their knowledge and skills to achieve the garden of their dreams and do it with their own two hands. From designing your beds to plant selection and pruning, flowers to vegetables, book a session with me on my website at PowersPlants.com. #Tomatoes #TomatoesOfInstagram #Garden #Gardening #GardeningLifestyle #GardeningTips #ArlingtonHeightsIllinois #ChicagoGarden | Amy Powers
54K views · 1K reactions | The topic of pruning suckers off tomatoes is controversial. Like most problems the answer isn’t yes or no: it depends on what type of tomato you are growing. There are determinant tomatoes, which are more bushy and they give you one main harvest for several weeks then the plant is pretty much done for the rest of the season. Since you want to maximize your yield from the harvest, keep all of your suckers, except any that grow on the bottom, 4 inches of the main stem. Any fruit that gets created from suckers this low on the plant are going to droop down and touch the soil and that’s how your tomatoes get diseases. So only prune suckers from determinate tomatoes that are growing on the bottom 4 inches of the plant. Indeterminate tomatoes can become an overgrown
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4.4K views · 247 reactions | Watering tips for tomatoes #garden #gardening #gardeningtips #planting #farming #wateringplants #tomato #tomatoes | SeedToHarvest | seed_toharvest · Original audio
4.4K views · 247 reactions | Watering tips for tomatoes #garden #gardening #gardeningtips #planting #farming #wateringplants #tomato #tomatoes | SeedToHarvest | seed_toharvest · Original audio
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329K views · 5.5K reactions | Incompatible planting #garden #gardeningtips #gardening #planting #farming #veggiegarden | Franklin Morales | Franklin Morales · Original audio
329K views · 5.5K reactions | Incompatible planting #garden #gardeningtips #gardening #planting #farming #veggiegarden | Franklin Morales | Franklin Morales · Original audio
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1.2M views · 130K reactions | 3 reasons we use Baking Soda on our tomatoes 🍅 1️⃣ While it’s a myth baking soda will make tomatoes sweeter, it is true that it can prevent blight by making the surface more alkaline. 2️⃣ It kills soft bodied pests like aphids, snails and slugs! 3️⃣ A simple baking soda, soap and water solution can prevent powdery mildew from hurting your yield. #tomato #tomatoes #bakingsoda #garden #gardening #tip #tips #fact #facts #funfacts #gardener #education #helpful #lifehack #hack #plant #plants #food #foodie #foodblogger #organic #natural #healthyfood #farm #farming #farm #homestead #homesteading #homesteader #plantsofinstagram #theshilohfarm | Noah Young | Alexandre Desplat · Kristofferson's Theme
1.2M views · 130K reactions | 3 reasons we use Baking Soda on our tomatoes 🍅 1️⃣ While it’s a myth baking soda will make tomatoes sweeter, it is true that it can prevent blight by making the surface more alkaline. 2️⃣ It kills soft bodied pests like aphids, snails and slugs! 3️⃣ A simple baking soda, soap and water solution can prevent powdery mildew from hurting your yield. #tomato #tomatoes #bakingsoda #garden #gardening #tip #tips #fact #facts #funfacts #gardener #education #helpful #lifehack #hack #plant #plants #food #foodie #foodblogger #organic #natural #healthyfood #farm #farming #farm #homestead #homesteading #homesteader #plantsofinstagram #theshilohfarm | Noah Young | Alexandre Desplat · Kristofferson's Theme
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30K views · 1K reactions | Sometimes your fruiting crops try to fruit too early! Many fruiting crops like tomatoes and peppers may start producing flowers while still in the nursery. You don’t want them putting energy into flower and fruit production at this stage, so just pinch off the blossoms when you transplant and for the first few weeks after planting. This will help your plants focus energy into root, stem and leaf production, leading to much bigger harvests later in the season! 🍅🌱 . . . #tomatogarden #verticalgarden #growup | Seattle Urban Farm Company
30K views · 1K reactions | Sometimes your fruiting crops try to fruit too early! Many fruiting crops like tomatoes and peppers may start producing flowers while still in the nursery. You don’t want them putting energy into flower and fruit production at this stage, so just pinch off the blossoms when you transplant and for the first few weeks after planting. This will help your plants focus energy into root, stem and leaf production, leading to much bigger harvests later in the season! 🍅🌱 . . . #tomatogarden #verticalgarden #growup | Seattle Urban Farm Company
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1K reactions · 121 shares | You don’t have to solely rely on bees and others to pollinate your vegetables. If you can identify the male and female flowers, you can do it yourself exclamation. Try this method to guarantee pollination . #handpollination #pollinators #cucumber #raisedbedgarden #backyardgarden #tinyhomestead #gardenhack | | thelombardfarmer · Original audio
1K reactions · 121 shares | You don’t have to solely rely on bees and others to pollinate your vegetables. If you can identify the male and female flowers, you can do it yourself exclamation. Try this method to guarantee pollination . #handpollination #pollinators #cucumber #raisedbedgarden #backyardgarden #tinyhomestead #gardenhack | | thelombardfarmer · Original audio
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482K views · 18K reactions | Who wants more tomatoes!? 🙋‍♀️ When I first started gardening I followed the rules of cutting all the suckers and I ended up with a few tomatoes that I never got to eat (because the squirrels got them first!) So I started pruning the leaves instead of the suckers and then…soooo many tomatoes. There’s no wrong or right way to garden-just what works best for you. For me-more is more. Want to learn more about the way I garden? Join me for the Summer Garden Challenge-just comment SUMMER and I’ll send you the link to grab your spot 🍅 | Gardenary | Gardenary · Original audio
482K views · 18K reactions | Who wants more tomatoes!? 🙋‍♀️ When I first started gardening I followed the rules of cutting all the suckers and I ended up with a few tomatoes that I never got to eat (because the squirrels got them first!) So I started pruning the leaves instead of the suckers and then…soooo many tomatoes. There’s no wrong or right way to garden-just what works best for you. For me-more is more. Want to learn more about the way I garden? Join me for the Summer Garden Challenge-just comment SUMMER and I’ll send you the link to grab your spot 🍅 | Gardenary | Gardenary · Original audio
8.7K views · 321 reactions | Always Do This When You’re Growing Cucumbers 🥒 
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#gardentrellis #trellis #garden #gardening #veggiegarden #homegrown | 𝐆𝐚𝐫𝐝𝐞𝐧𝐢𝐧𝐠 | 𝐏𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 | 𝐇𝐚𝐫𝐯𝐞𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 | youssefesawy · Original audio
8.7K views · 321 reactions | Always Do This When You’re Growing Cucumbers 🥒 - This video belongs to @theharvestdoctor so go check out their Instagram. Don’t forget to follow for more knowledgeable gardening tips @gardeners.academy ! 💚 This is shared for the purpose of spreading positivity. If the content OWNER (visual/audio) of this post has any issue, dm me and I’ll remove the post. - (All rights® are reserved & belong to their respective owners) - Credits🎥 @theharvestdoctor Publisher 🎬@gardeners.academy - #gardentrellis #trellis #garden #gardening #veggiegarden #homegrown | 𝐆𝐚𝐫𝐝𝐞𝐧𝐢𝐧𝐠 | 𝐏𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 | 𝐇𝐚𝐫𝐯𝐞𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 | youssefesawy · Original audio
8.7K views · 321 reactions | Always Do This When You’re Growing Cucumbers 🥒 - This video belongs to @theharvestdoctor so go check out their Instagram. Don’t forget to follow for more knowledgeable gardening tips @gardeners.academy ! 💚 This is shared for the purpose of spreading positivity. If the content OWNER (visual/audio) of this post has any issue, dm me and I’ll remove the post. - (All rights® are reserved & belong to their respective owners) - Credits🎥 @theharvestdoctor Publisher 🎬@gardeners.academy - #gardentrellis #trellis #garden #gardening #veggiegarden #homegrown | 𝐆𝐚𝐫𝐝𝐞𝐧𝐢𝐧𝐠 | 𝐏𝐥𝐚𝐧𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 | 𝐇𝐚𝐫𝐯𝐞𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 | youssefesawy · Original audio
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4.7M views · 254K reactions | How I Plant Tomatoes! 🍅🌱 It’s an exciting day! I can finally plant my tomatoes and the many companion plants I interplant with them, now the last chance of frost has passed 😊🙌🏻 To get started, I measure out the bed and space my tomatoes at 45cm apart and dig a deep hole so I can add fresh compost underneath the plant as a little pocket of fertility. 🪱 I then water the hole to ensure the plants are well watered to minimise transplant shock, and tie a large loop in some strong garden twine which I place underneath the root ball of the plant so that it anchors it in place. ⚓️🌱 I remove any lower leaves from the plant to avoid them coming into contact with the soils surface, as I’ll be planting it deep to promote a stronger root system. 💪🏻 Then fill the remaining space around the plant with more compost and firm it in creating a bowl shape that will direct water straight to the root zone of the plant. 💦🌱 I add a ring of organic straw mulch to help with water retention, then wrap the twine around the plant, which will act as a support for it to grow up and then tie it off with a simple slip knot. And now for the companions: First is the marigolds, adding colour, drawing in predatory insects and helping to deter common pests. 🌼 Then basil which is a classic culinary pairing for tomatoes, and it also helps deter pests with its strong scent. 🌱 Next is French Bush beans which fix nitrogen and don’t take up much space on the edge of the bed. 🫘 I then plant sweet Alyssum, which much like the marigolds attracts predatory insects and has a very strong scent much like honey. 🌸 And lastly I plant chives at the back of the bed, as they deter common pests such as spider mites, with their strong scent. 🧅 And that’s the bed all planted up and my tomatoes are now well and truly pest proofed. ✋🦟🐛 So what do you plant with your tomato plants? 😊🍅🌱 #tomatoplant #growingtomatoes #gardeningtips #companionplanting #vegetablegarden | Jamie Walton | Nettles & Petals | nettlesandpetals · Original audio
4.7M views · 254K reactions | How I Plant Tomatoes! 🍅🌱 It’s an exciting day! I can finally plant my tomatoes and the many companion plants I interplant with them, now the last chance of frost has passed 😊🙌🏻 To get started, I measure out the bed and space my tomatoes at 45cm apart and dig a deep hole so I can add fresh compost underneath the plant as a little pocket of fertility. 🪱 I then water the hole to ensure the plants are well watered to minimise transplant shock, and tie a large loop in some strong garden twine which I place underneath the root ball of the plant so that it anchors it in place. ⚓️🌱 I remove any lower leaves from the plant to avoid them coming into contact with the soils surface, as I’ll be planting it deep to promote a stronger root system. 💪🏻 Then fill
an image of a garden with plants growing in it and the words quick tip saving a wilted tomato plant
4.7K views · 1.3K reactions | This is a GREAT tip and I hope it helps some of you. If you have a wilted tomato plant in your yard right now, your instincts scream WATER! But wait. Trust the process. Scrape back the mulch and see if the soil is moist. If it is, and like me you had a ton of rain in May and not a lot of hot dry days, it is likely toooo much water, not too little. Pull back the mulch and let the soil dry out a bit. See if your plants rebound. #gardentips #gardentipsandtricks #gardenadvice #gardeningforbeginners #gardendiy #gardentroubleshooting #tomatoes #vegetablegarden #gardenexpert @kathyorrfox29 | Toni Farmer MES | tonifarmersgarden · Original audio
4.7K views · 1.3K reactions | This is a GREAT tip and I hope it helps some of you. If you have a wilted tomato plant in your yard right now, your instincts scream WATER! But wait. Trust the process. Scrape back the mulch and see if the soil is moist. If it is, and like me you had a ton of rain in May and not a lot of hot dry days, it is likely toooo much water, not too little. Pull back the mulch and let the soil dry out a bit. See if your plants rebound. #gardentips #gardentipsandtricks #gardenadvice #gardeningforbeginners #gardendiy #gardentroubleshooting #tomatoes #vegetablegarden #gardenexpert @kathyorrfox29 | Toni Farmer MES | tonifarmersgarden · Original audio
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4.9K views · 311 reactions | Trying again with my cucumbers! 🌱🌞 The first batch didn’t survive spring’s weather, but I’m hopeful for my second sowing. Using sheep wool to keep slugs at bay. #GardeningLife #CucumberComeback #SecondSowing #GreenThumb #GardenHacks #SlugDefense #OrganicGardening #SustainableLiving #GrowYourOwn #GardenTips #SpringChallenges #PlantingSeason #NatureLovers #gardeninghacks #allotment #allotmentlife #gardeninspiration #gardening4pleasure #gardeninglife | Gita | Ben Rector · Living My Best Life
4.9K views · 311 reactions | Trying again with my cucumbers! 🌱🌞 The first batch didn’t survive spring’s weather, but I’m hopeful for my second sowing. Using sheep wool to keep slugs at bay. #GardeningLife #CucumberComeback #SecondSowing #GreenThumb #GardenHacks #SlugDefense #OrganicGardening #SustainableLiving #GrowYourOwn #GardenTips #SpringChallenges #PlantingSeason #NatureLovers #gardeninghacks #allotment #allotmentlife #gardeninspiration #gardening4pleasure #gardeninglife | Gita | Ben Rector · Living My Best Life
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29K views · 815 reactions | 3 key points for good and high yield cucumbers #garden #gardening #gardeningtips #planting #farming #cucumber | Franklin Morales | Franklin Morales · Original audio
29K views · 815 reactions | 3 key points for good and high yield cucumbers #garden #gardening #gardeningtips #planting #farming #cucumber | Franklin Morales | Franklin Morales · Original audio
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367K views · 7.8K reactions | DIY Woven Tomato Trellis for Less Than $20! I love using the Florida weave method in the garden! It’s easy and affordable compared to the flimsy old tomato cages! | Texas Garden Guy
367K views · 7.8K reactions | DIY Woven Tomato Trellis for Less Than $20! I love using the Florida weave method in the garden! It’s easy and affordable compared to the flimsy old tomato cages! | Texas Garden Guy
3.6K views · 2.7K reactions | Over the years I’ve tried different ways to trellis our tomatoes and they always seem to outgrow our design. This is a tried and true way to keep the main leader stem supported all season long.  Have you tried this style of trellis? Let me know!! 

#backyardgarden #gardeninspiration #vegetablegarden #diy #homesteading #preservingfood #tradwife | Whitney McGee | Keith Merrill · Lovely Moments Diy Homesteading, Lovely Moments, Vegetable Garden Tips, Garden Tips, Tried And True, Preserving Food, Have You Tried
3.6K views · 2.7K reactions | Over the years I’ve tried different ways to trellis our tomatoes and they always seem to outgrow our design. This is a tried and true way to keep the main leader stem supported all season long. Have you tried this style of trellis? Let me know!! #backyardgarden #gardeninspiration #vegetablegarden #diy #homesteading #preservingfood #tradwife | Whitney McGee | Keith Merrill · Lovely Moments
3.6K views · 2.7K reactions | Over the years I’ve tried different ways to trellis our tomatoes and they always seem to outgrow our design. This is a tried and true way to keep the main leader stem supported all season long. Have you tried this style of trellis? Let me know!! #backyardgarden #gardeninspiration #vegetablegarden #diy #homesteading #preservingfood #tradwife | Whitney McGee | Keith Merrill · Lovely Moments