Learn the secrets to growing great peppers in your garden. Watch how to grow peppers, fertilize and harvest peppers, prevent insects & diseases in peppers. See different varieties of peppers and which ones are your favorite to grow. We will show you how to grow a wide variety of peppers including green Bell, Yellow, Red, Purple Fiesta Peppers, Jalapenos, Ancho Poblano, Pasilla, Indian and Thai peppers, Banana peppers, etc. We will show you how to fertilize your pepper plants, take care of them and harvest your peppers.
Here are nine easy tips for growing more food in a small garden:
1) Grow in Beds, not Rows
2) Optimize Spacing between Beds and Plants
3) Grow Vertically
4) Succession Planting
6) Grow in the Shade
7) Grow Edible Plants in the Front Yard
8) Grow Microgreens
9) Grow in Pots & Containers
Ideas from viewers
1) Interplant sweet peas with sunchokes. The sweet peas fix nitrogen, the sunchokes act as trellises for the peas, and both attract beneficial insects.
2) 3 sisters garden
3) Grow dwarf trees and plant shade tolerant crops underneath
4) Grow in window boxes
5) Optimize use of space by growing food you like the most
One Yard Revolution is all about growing a lot of food on a little land using sustainable organic methods, while keeping costs and labor at a minimum. Emphasis is placed on improving soil quality with compost, mulch, and compost tea. No store-bought fertilizers, soil amendments, pesticides, compost activators, etc. are used.
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Bio: Tia Pinney is a Teacher Naturalist and Adult Program Coordinator at Mass Audubons Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary in Lincoln, Massachusetts.
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This is a compilation of Basic Gardening Tips for Beginners Videos
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1. Starting Seed
2. Seed Selection
3. Testing Seed Viability
4. Understand Seed Packet
5. Fall Watering Tips
6. Winter Watering Tips
7. How To Stop Soil Erosion
8. Soil Temperature For Gardeners
9. Fertilizing Tips for house Plants
10. Salt Accumulation
11. Planning Garden Plot
12. Preparing Garden Plot
13. Preventing Weeds with Weeds Barrier
14. Dealing With Houseplant Pest
15. House Pruning
16. Evergreen Pruning
17. Mushrooms Growing
18. Innoculating a Log With Mushrooms
19. Tomato Growing
20. Pumpkin Growing
21. Growing leafy vegetables
22. Growing Peppers
23. Rose Planting
24. Installing Rose Cones
25. Rose Hips
26. Apple Tree Pruning
27. Container Gardening
28. Herb Gardening
29. Culinary Herb Gardening
More Maintainence Tips
30. Choosing the Right Herbicide | From the Ground Up
31. Drainage for Potted Plants
32. Propagating in House Plants
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Deck staining is an activity that brings out attractive results, but only when done in the correct way. It simply calls for an application of various steps from the word “go” where you start by cleaning the surface, to the last stage where you apply your top protective coat. […]
Deck staining is an activity that brings out attractive results, but only when done in the correct way. It simply calls for an application of various steps from the word “go” where you start by cleaning the surface, to the last stage where you apply your top protective coat. Deck staining therefore employs four major stages that include; planning, preparing, applying and finally, cleaning up.
First and foremost, it is essential that you have the decks cleaned, before staining. Cleaning helps remove stains, dirt and other debris that cause color change such as algae and mildew. In cases where the stains are tough, one can use a stain stripper but with caution. Once, the surface is clean and dry, application of wood brighteners is recommended as it improves the ability of the decks to penetrate and absorb the stain to be used. The latter also help neutralize any strippers that were used during the stain removal. Don’t forget to rinse them off before staining the deck.
When staining the deck, it is recommended that first, one reads the manufacturers’ directions and instructions, as different stains have different precautions and drying periods. It is also important to be cautious when choosing a finish as different finish fit different deck types, and choosing the right stain translates to high quality results. You can go online and read more about the choice of the stain.
Once you are good to start, follow the directions given as they guide you in knowing the number of coats to apply and how long to wait for them to dry. Begin by testing the stain on a small area and wait for the results to ensure that they are satisfactory. In most cases, much stain is not better as it is subject to cracking and peeling when exposed to different environments and therefore maintaining light coats works best.
Deck staining can be applied in different ways but the two most popular methods are using a pump-up garden sprayer and a roller. However, a paint brush is always a necessity in the process where you back-brush while the paint is still wet to improve the absorption rate by the wood.
Once you are done with the staining, maintenance is always a responsibility. This is because of the nature of the decks being exposed to abuse in terms of their purpose and location. It is advisable that the deck is cleaned always and whenever the deck starts absorbing water, know that it is time to stain it again. You can visit this site to learn more on how to stain it like a pro.