Three Minute Garden Tips: What is Seedling ‘Legginess’ and How to Prevent It: The Rusted Garden 2013



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When garden vegetable seedlings get ‘leggy’. That ‘legginess’ is due to only one thing and that is lack of light intensity. Seedlings will grow extra long stems to reach the right light intensity before stopping to form main leaves. That stretching creates plant ‘legginess’ This video will show you what plant ‘legginess’ looks like and describe the right indoor lighting methods to prevent it.

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The Basics to Planting Blueberries: Acidify the Soil with Peat Moss – The Rusted Garden 2013



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This video will show you the basics to planting blueberries. The size of the hole, use of peat moss for acidity, planting depth and other basic information. The video is full of annotations that highlight important tips. Enjoy!

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Growing Two Peppers in a Single 5 Gallon Containers – The Rusted Garden 2013



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Peppers can be grown in containers. You can grow two peppers in 5 gallon containers if you can manage the moisture. I show you the basic container, the soil preparation and other tips. If you want more peppers don’t over fertilize them.

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How to Harvest and Prepare Kohlrabi: It Tastes Great! – The Rusted Garden 2013



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Kohlrabi is a great tasting vegetable that grows above ground. It tastes like a cross between sweet cabbage and broccoli. You can eat it raw or use it in a stir-fry. You can also harvest the leaves as you would kales or collards. Once peeled, I eat it like an apple!

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How to Grow/Start Tomato Seeds Indoors in Peat Pellets – The Rusted Garden 2014



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My basic method for starting tomato seeds in peat pellets. You can do the same with pepper seeds. Peat pellets are best used for growing single plants. It is very difficult to divide two or more tomato seedlings from peat pellets when moving them into transplant cups.

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The Rusted Garden (after 15+ years) Closes & Home Tour: Join Me in Saying Goodbye for Now



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The final tour of The Rusted Garden until I find my new home. The Rusted Garden Two will be built. This is a Point of View video where I walk you through my home I am selling and show you the end of the good old Rusted Garden of 18 years. I have a lot planned for 2019!

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