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>> Marjory: Hi.

I'm Marjory Wildcraft again, and this timeI'm in California with Farmer John of the Sustainable Seed Company.

One of the things I love about the SustainableSeed Company is, John has spent a lot of time with every variety of seed that he offerson his website.

Go check his website out.

There's an incredible amount of detail aboutevery single plant that he offers, whether it's a good keeper, or whether its somethingyou're going to want to eat fresh, what kind of environments it grows in well and whereit doesn't, and general seed viability.

But today we're going to talk to John a littlebit about three key things that you want to know when you're looking to buy seeds.

Would you say the first thing is that you'regoing to want to get heirloom and open pollenated seeds? Is that? >> John: Generally, most people are lookingto save their seed.

You want to be able to save your seed fromyear to year.

In order to do that, you have to have openpollinated seed, or heirloom.

Heirloom basically means the seed's over 50years of age.

Those terms get a little bit loose with differentpeople, you know, whoever you talk to.

But the idea is it's passed down from onegeneration to the next, and it's done that way because it was delicious.

It was a really, you know, it tasted reallygood, or it stored really well.

You could can it and it still had its firmness.

But open pollinated just simply means thatyou can cross.

It would naturally cross.

And you can save those seeds.

>> Marjory: And when you plant them again,the plant is going to come true.

>> John: It's going to come true, versus hybridobviously takes two different parents.

Sometimes there are four or six differentparents.

But you can't necessarily save that seed andget what you planted originally.

Maybe one out of a hundred, and nobody hasthat kind of time.

>> Marjory: Now when you talked about seeds,you said 50 years.

They're not going to store those seeds for50 years.

Seed viability doesn't really last that long.

You mean that they've been harvesting andcollecting and growing.

But how long can we really expect, if we buysome seeds from you, or from anybody for any of our vegetable seeds, how long should weexpect them to last if we buy seeds.

>> John: Seeds generally, some seeds likeonion seeds, parsnip, that type of stuff, will only last a year.

And that's assuming that someone keeps themin a nice, dry, and cool condition.

And what I mean cool, an ideal temperaturewould be 55 to 65 degrees.

You can definitely, there have been caseswhere people have left it in their basement, and 10-15 years later been able to grow maybe50% of that.

But for the most part, most seeds like corn,beans, beets, those last about five years.

The thing that you have to think about withseeds is that they're a living organism.

It's not a widget.

You can't just put it on the shelf, dust itoff, throw it in the ground and expect it to grow.

A lot of growers are really bad about storingtheir extra seed in their greenhouse, where it's easy to get ahold of, but your greenhousetemperatures get to be 80-90 degrees, and that destroys the living embryo inside.

So it's really important to regrow your seed,if you have a seed bank, or buy more.

>> Marjory: From year to year.

So great.

So the first thing is, we're going to lookfor open pollenated or heirloom seeds, so that way they'll come true year after year.

The second thing is, they're only really goingto be viable on average for about five years.

So you pretty much want to buy what you'regoing to be growing in the next year or two.

And the third thing is, when you store them,you definitely want them in a cool, dry, dark place.

>> John: Correct.

And people use different things to keep themdry.

You can use silica in them, or some peoplejust use powdered milk even.

But you want to kind of keep the moistureaway from them.

You don't want them too wet.

That breaks them down as well.

And sunlight.

Keep them out of the sunlight, obviously.

>> Marjory: They're going to try to grow.

Well, thank you so much, John.

And like I said, go to the Sustainable SeedCompany website.

They have some amazing descriptions, and that'sone of the things I love about it.

And Farmer John here is doing a tremendousamount with his company and ensuring that you get good quality, high purity seeds.

Until we film the next segment, this is MarjoryWildcraft, and you can Grow Your Own Groceries.

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Hello, this is Marjory Wildcraft and today I’m going to talk to you a littlebit about organizing your seeds.

And, of course, as you get into growing yourown groceries, you're going to be collecting a lot of seeds, you'll be saving seeds, trading seeds withfriends, and you want to come up with a way to organizeall that, or in my case, disorganize all that.

If you remember from our previous interviews the three key tips to saving your seeds is, one, you want to keep them cool … you want to keep them dark, and you want to keep them dry.

Now, let’s talk about the containers thatwill help you do that.

I’ve tried a lot of different things, everything from the Mason jar to the coffeecan, and you're going to laugh at what I finally came up with as the best solution – it’s ammunition boxes.

These are commercially available.

These are plastic; I got them from a localsporting goods store.

You can also pick up from military surplusthese old ammo cans.

This particular one is a 30 caliber can.

The great thing about these things: they're waterproof, they're solid, they'restackable.

They will last you all of your life and, if taken care of properly, you'll be able to give them to your children; your children will be able to give them toyour grandchildren.

It’s truly what seed saving is all about.

So these are ammunition boxes, currently runningat $10 to $15 a piece, depending on where you pick them up.

I like the plastic ones.

They're a little bit lighter, but either wayyou want to go.

I generally tend to store my seeds … I have a preference to store them in paper, so envelopes and paper bags is generally howI store them.

On occasion, if all I have is a Ziploc bag or somethinglike that, I’ll do that Ziploc bag and put a pieceof tissue paper or a wipe or some dry cloth in there to help absorb the moisture.

Also, in addition to whatever bags I mighthave them in, I want to put a desiccant into the containerthat I’m storing in.

Some people collect those little packets that you get with your vitamins or your medicine, those little packets of desiccant.

Some people collect those and save those anduse that; that’s fine.

I don’t actually use medicines or vitaminsvery much, so I don’t have much of those.

What I use is cat litter.

I’ll take a sock and a couple of cups ofthis cat litter, tie the sock off, and there you go.

I take one of these and toss it into my seedkit, and that just is an extra protection to makesure that I’m keeping moisture out of there and those seeds are good and dry.

For both your desiccants and your cat litter, if they do get a little moist over time – doing their job, absorbing water – you can take them out, put them on a cookiesheet, put them in a low temperature oven, and let that moisture evaporate back out, or over an open fire with a low flame if you're doing this in a primitive situation, and go ahead and reuse it over and over again.

And the desiccants can be reused over andover again, just as the boxes can.

Talking about how I categorize my seeds, I generally put them in about four differentcategories.

I categorize them by plants that are warmseason plants, so these are my vegetables like the squashesand cucumbers, tomatoes, things that are generally going to be growingin the spring and the summer – okra, corn, those type of things.

I also then have another category, anotherbox, full of my cool season plants, and these are going to be your lettuce, yourbroccoli, spinach, kale, the things that are going to be able to withstanda freeze and generally you're growing in the winteror fall seasons.

And for those two, by the way, which is what most people are starting outwith, you're really only going to need one box or maybe two boxes as the most to just helpyou sort it out.

I tend to love collecting and swapping andsharing with people, so I’ve probably got four or five boxes just for those two categories.

Where you're going to start using a lot morevolume is when you're starting to save for cover crops and for calorie crops.

Cover crops would be your oats, or your rye, or your vetch, or your clover.

And as you can see, they start taking up someroom, so I like to save them in a cloth bag or maybe a big grocery bag that I’ve saved.

I’ve got vetch that I’ve saved for yearsand years, and oats that I’ve saved and planted andsaved.

And that’s where you start ending up using a lot more volume; you end up starting to use a lot more of these containers for that.

Also calorie crops tend to take up more room – for example, corn.

This is this red corn that I really love togrow; this is only part of it.

Here’s some blue corn.

You're going to need a lot more space because generally you're growing a largerarea for those and you just physically need more seeds.

Also, when I’m talking about seed saving, when I’m saving seeds, I usually like to save at least two to threetimes, sometimes four or five times what I’m going to need for my own needs partly because I’m going to be giving awayand sharing, but partly just because I want some redundancy.

Some years it’s just hard to get a cropgoing or you may lose something, and so you want to have that seed as a littleseed bank.

If you remember that most vegetable seedsare going to stay viable, if you take real good care of them, for about four or five years, a little bit of time.

There are some of them that obviously lasta lot longer, and then some are a lot shorter.

That five year guideline is just a rule ofthumb.

So anyway, it’s a lot of fun.

I buy seeds from a lot of different places; a lot of people have been asking me.

Just look online at Sustainable Seed Company, Bountiful Gardens, Seed Savers Exchange, Johnny’s Selected Seeds – there’s a lot of really good, reputableseed dealers out there.

And I hope this has helped you organize yourown seeds; there’s a lot of different methods.

This is Marjory Wildcraft and I’ll see you on another segment.

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Why not grow some herbs in your garden and these herbs here are not only great for cooking but they can also be planted throughout a garden design plan We have Lemon Thyme, Oregano, Peppermint and Rosemary.

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Hi, I'm Heidi Rader.

I'm with UAFCooperative Extension Service and Tanana Chiefs Conference.

I'm here at the Georgeson Botanical Garden at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and today we'regoing to talk all about herbs that you can grow in Alaska and how toharvest them.

So you can grow a lot of herbs here in Alaska, they like prettysimilar conditions to your vegetables: neutral pH, well-drained soil.

Butmany of them are not perennial as they are in other parts of the world.

We dohave a few exceptions, chives and Welsh or Siberian onions are perennial as wellas mint in some areas of Alaska.

These are chives here and they actually willreseed and can kind of spread throughout your garden as do the Siberian onions soyou do want to be careful where you plant them.

Chives is kind of amild onion flavor and the Siberian onions is a much stronger onion typeflavor.

But you can use them in dishes where you'd use onions and you know justchop them up finely.

Ideally you want to use them before they flowered as oncethey flowered they get to be quite woody.

But this one you can still cut off theflowers and some people even like to deep-fry the flowers.

This one isstill good, this one's a little bit old.

The sprigs that have notflowered are still good to use so you can just cut them down near the base anduse those in a lot of dishes.

There's some grass in here too which you do notwant to eat.

So those are your chives and Siberian onions.

Over here we have quitea few varieties of lavender.

Lavender is great in tea, it's great for aromatherapy,you can also make a simple syrup and infused baked goods with youryour lavender flavor.

Just boil down some of the lavender leaves and then addsugar for that.

So here's our varieties of lavender and as you can see it'squite productive and grows well here in Alaska.

Many of the herbs that we growhere in Alaska need to be started in a greenhouse.

Some of them can take quite along time, about five months, so you may want to just purchase your transplantsfrom a greenhouse especially if you're only going to need one or two plants.

Anda few you can direct feed in the garden like dill or chervil.

Here we haveThai basil, sweet basil, we've got dill that's flowered here andnow is really good for pickling.

Over here we've got rosemary, tarragon, flatleaf parsley, and so Thai basil goes really well in a variety of Thai disheslike curry or spring rolls.

Thai dishes use a lot of fresh herbs.

Dill is greaton salmon for making dips and for pickling at the end of the year.

Ofcourse basil you can make pesto or you can add it to pizza and pasta, all kindsof things.

Rosemary is also a common Italian herb, it also goes really wellwith potatoes.

Rosemary is a little bit stronger than some of your other herbsand so you want to be a little bit more judicious and how much you use.

Andtarragon has a little bit of a licorice flavor and goes really well in saladdressings or on fish and in soups.

Some herbs you're going to want to addit towards the end of cooking so you don't destroyflavor and things like tarragon especially lose their flavor if cookedtoo long.

So others like rosemary or bay leaves you can cook quite a long timeand they'll retain their flavor.

So if I were to harvest these types of herbs youwant to harvest just enough so you promote continued leaf development.

So Iwouldn't want to cut off this entire rosemary sprig here because then Iwouldn't get as much leaf development throughout the summer so I'dprobably just take these side shoots here and maybe the top here to promotecontinued branching and leaf development.

But it is good to routinely use yourherbs so that they don't go to flower because at this point they become quitewoody and you know you can still use this in pickling this dill but it's notquite as tender as if it had not gone to flower and then you can use it in dipsand actually eat the leaf still because it's still quite tender.

Same with thisbasil, you want to continue to to pick off these side shoots before it flowersand and to continue to promote the leaf development.

So I would just cut offthese side shoots to promote continued leaf development.

Here we have chervil, this is also alicorice type flavor here and it doesn't dry well so you don't generally see itfor sale as a dried herb and so it's another great reason to grow your ownherbs because you can harvest it as you like and as you need it.

This is lemonbalm here which as the name implies it's a kind of a lemony flavor that's a greatthing to use in teas and and other things like maybe on fish or chicken where youwant that lemony type flavor.

Over here we've got a Japanese herb called perillashishu, and that's used in sushi and other Japanese cuisine and quiteproductive here as you can see.

We've got Sorrell here, also quiteproductive.

Cress, sorry that was Sorrell, purple basil, andthere's so many different varieties of herbs another great reason to grow yourown herbs like your vegetables, you know you may be able to find one type offresh basil at the store but if you grow your own, you've got manymany types.

This is cilantro here used in a lot of Mexican dishes.

Some people loveit some people hate it.

I'm one of the latter.

This is lettuce leaf basil herequite productive and huge leaves here.

You can grow lots andlots of herbs here in Alaska and our short growing season.

Unfortunately manyof them are not perennial but either by growing your own transplants orpurchasing them from a greenhouse you can really have a productive herb garden.

So that's that's all about herbs today in which you can grow here in Alaska.

I'mHeidi Rader with UAF Cooperative Extension Service and we'll be doing acouple other videos here on cooking and preserving herbs, so check those out.

I'll see you later.

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Hi, I'm Heidi Rader.

I'm with UAFCooperative Extension Service and Tanana Chiefs Conference.

I'm here at the Georgeson Botanical Garden at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

And I'm talkingabout using herbs and cooking and storing herbs today.

In another video, Italked about all the different kinds of herbs you can grow here in Alaska andtoday I'll be talking about how to use those herbs and how to store those herbs.

A couple ones I didn't mention in another video are marjoram, oregano, and thyme.

These ones are used in a lot of Italian cooking and soupsand are great all-purpose type of herb.

The nice thing about growing your own herbs is you can use them as you need them in everything fromsoups to salads to baked goods to breads.

It's really a question of what can't youuse herbs in.

And they're really quite flexible too.

Spices, especiallycayenne or red pepper flakes you'll notice, if you use more than the recipecalled for.

But herbs are generally pretty flexible, and you can play aroundwith different flavor combinations that you like and an experiment.

A greattime to harvest herbs is in the morning to promote the most flavor ofyour herbs before the heat of the day.

So how you want to harvest herbs isyou don't want to mow down the entire plant but you do just want to takecuttings and promote continued leaf development.

So take cuttings fromthroughout the plant not just one area.

And it's actually good to routinely useyour herbs and to use them before they have gone to flower as then theyget a little bit woody are not quite as flavorful.

I'mharvesting some marjoram here.

So couple things, if you wanted to use the herbsright away then you'd want to strip the herbs from the stems and just use theherbs and you can even use the flowers.

But you don't generally want touse the the stems as they can be pretty woody and difficult to chew if youwanted to dry these herbs, and it works well for woody type herbs, to hang themin a bundle and hang them up to dry.

So for things like basil which are more ofa tender herb the best way to dry them is in a dehydrator, or on a screen asthey will crumble a little bit if you make a bundle.

But I would just takethese herbs, and let's grab a few more over here, and make a little bundle.

You could hang these up to dry like that you could also just make a bundle forputting in a soup.

That's called a bouquet garni.

You could also put it in alittle bit of cheesecloth and then pull out the whole bundle.

And then you don'tneed to worry about stripping off the leaves off from the stem and you can justtake the whole thing out and you've imparted a lot of the flavor.

But anothergreat thing to do is just take the leaves off the stem and then just chopit and use it in whatever dish you're planning on.

Salad or soup andwhatnot.

Another thing you can do is chop or blend or use a food processor andblend up your herbs and then mix them with oil.

So maybe a couple cups of anyfresh herb and a half cup of oil that really helps preserve the flavor andthe essential oils as well.

And then you can freeze it you could even put it inan ice cube tray and then you have an easyway to just use a little bit of herbs at a time.

Another common thing to do withbasil especially but you can use a lot of different types of herbs is tomake pesto.

So for pesto you're going to want about2 cups of packed basil, you're gonna wet about 1/2 cup pine nuts,1/2 a cup of parmesan, 3/4 cups of olive oil, and a couple cloves of garlic.

Soyou would blend all of that up or you can chop it very finely, which is alittle bit more work, but that's what I have here.

Mix it all up togetherand that makes a really nice sauce for pasta for pizza, or even sandwiches.

And you don't have to use basil, you can use something like arugulainstead of pine nuts, you could use walnuts, and you can really experimentwith the general concept behind pesto too to preserve your herbs.

Another thingyou can do is use herbs in tea, either dried or fresh, so lemon balm is anexcellent herb for making a tea.

I'll just harvest a little bit here of lemonbalm.

It has a really nice lemony flavor and that makes an excellent tea and soyou would just want to chop it.

You also want to bruise your herbs a little bitbefore you use them and that will release some of their flavors.

Anotherway you can preserve herbs is if you buy them from the farmers market or thestore, you can simply put them in a vase of water with the stems down.

Much likeyou would a bouquet of flowers and that will really enhance how long the theherbs keep as well.

Of course if you have your ownherb garden you don't really need to harvest them in advance of whenyou're cooking them, so you don't really need to do that.

But especially if youbuy them from the farmers market just put it in a vase like you would abouquet of flowers.

Another great way to preserve herbs and nice way to use themis by adding adding them to vinegar.

So you want a sterile jar, and you can useany type of herbs that you think would taste good.

This is basil and marjoram and you want to just pack the jar and with your freshherbs.

Bruise them a little bit, then add vinegar to it.

You don't need toheat up the vinegar, but you can heat up the vinegar if you want yourvinegar to be flavored more quickly.

So pack in your herbs, this purple basil isgoing to turn the vinegar a nice crimson color and you know let it sit for two orthree days, and then you'll have a nice, flavorful vinegar that will keep forquite a long time.

Good types of vinegars to use are rice vinegar or white winevinegar.

You don't want to use apple cider vinegar, for instance, because theflavor is so strong you probably will not taste the herbs as well.

So those aredifferent ways to store and preserve and use herbs from your Alaskan garden.

Ohand one more thing, I want to show you.

UAF Cooperative Extension Service has agreat book.

It's called An Alaskan Herb Garden.

It's all about which herbs youcan grow here in Alaska, how to cook with them, how to preservethem.

So pick that up at our website for $15 and check back weekly for more videos here In the Alaska Garden.

I'mHeidi Rader here with Cooperative Extension Service and Tanana ChiefsConference.

Thanks for listening.

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Who wants to feed the chicken? Nobody.

Hello Bloggineers, we are at The Ecology Center in San Juan Capistrano.

This place educates, inspires, and empowers people in the stewardship of the environment.

First we're checking out the visitor center.

This place engages the entire family and fun hands-on activities that teach practical environmental solutions.

[Brother] I'm smelling some lavender oil.

Now we're going on a self-guided tour.

Let's go look at the water lab exhibit.

Next is the food lab.

[Brother] Mama! This is a lovely place.

This room feels like a little greenhouse equipped with an aquaponics system.

[Brother] Look at the plants.

[Brother] Look at the plants.

Now it's time to visit the food shed.

[Brother] Mmm.

Tacos.

Chicken.

Bok bok! Pig.

Oink.

Oink.

I'm going to spin the wheel.

Let's see the waste lab.

[Brother] Who wants to feed the chicken? Nobody.

Now we're going to check out the farm stand.

Here you can purchase fruits and vegetables that's grown from the local farms.

We had an educational time at The Ecology Center.

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00:00hello Dan here becoming self-reliant and 00:05self-sufficient that has become my my 00:09quest in my older years no matter how 00:12hard it is this video is basically about 00:15the combination of clean energy and 00:18organically grown food beginning 00:21gardening I'm a complete beginner and I 00:24may even offer some tips on ways to save 00:28money on a basic off-grid solar system 00:31that suits your needs without breaking 00:36your pocketbook in exchange I'd like 00:39comments and feedback on my gardening 00:42technique because I don't have any I'm 00:45growing a variety of vegetables and I 00:48have a worm farm that I just started 00:50it's only a couple of weeks old and like 00:54my composting skills are you know less 00:58than adequate I've only just heard 01:00through the grapevine but a little bit 01:01of reading so hopefully some of you 01:05could leave me some advice as I show you 01:07the beginning of my quest here 01:15hello hmm dan here I'm out of my garden 01:20getting ready to make a video about 01:23beginning gardening and clean energy the 01:25combination seems to be outstanding to 01:28me to show what I'm about I'm gonna have 01:31you look at my solar panel arrays up 01:36there in that tree the tippy tippy top 01:41our four panels on the on the solar 01:46tracker and I'm still turning that one 01:50by rope so I don't have the automatic 01:52solar tracker on it yet but up there is 01:57my other one for 100 watt solar panels 02:01that has an automatic solar tracker on 02:03it night living in the forest as you can 02:05tell I got no Sun here I had to cut 02:09trees out and I mean literally I 02:13literally had to cut trees that I use 02:14them for to prune or my garden here and 02:19now everything's coming up real real 02:22nice clean energy organic Gardens 02:36windmills self-sufficient self-reliance 02:40that's what I'm about I'm hoping to make 02:45this video to get some suggestions and 02:49what I can better do to make my garden 02:53really successful I've been able to eat 02:55sandwiches and salads from my leafy 02:58greens every other day or so but yeah I 03:03want more anyhow 03:06so there it is stay tuned and maybe you 03:09can leave me some advice if you see 03:10something while you're doing your clean 03:18energy and organic farming there's a tip 03:22I need to give everyone can you see that 03:26little device under that solar panel Ray 03:28that's that silver thing 03:30it's a piston an automatic solar 03:32tracking device and they are amazing you 03:38let you'll increase your input by like 03:4050 percent if you're able to track the 03:42Sun it runs off of the off one solar 03:46panel it has zero draw you don't notice 03:47any decrease and you know it's running 03:50on milliwatts and only you know it 03:53tracks every few minutes or several 03:56minutes it'll go just for you know just 03:58a few seconds but to me growing my own 04:05food and producing my own energy is like 04:08it's the ultimate right and that's what 04:11this video is about 04:18climbing up my my solar treehouse here 04:22I'm halfway up well not really halfway 04:26but anyhow oh shoot I'm all zoomed in 04:37I've got these I just nailed actually 04:40screwed and nailed some makeshift steps 04:43there and I I had to do this to get 04:49sunlight above my garden here yeah let 04:54me get all the way up not much wind here 04:59in Oregon and it was really terrifying 05:02getting that window the top of that tree 05:04but on stormy nights it's awesome 05:10I'm starting to learn how to garden I'm 05:13doing all organic in the actual earth 05:16I do purchase soil occasionally but I'm 05:18having problems with winter crops like 05:21spinach 05:22I cannot tell why 05:26I bought the lettuce and stuff because 05:27I'd been having a problem with the cold 05:29weather crops I planted them under shade 05:33mostly shade or partly some in hopes to 05:37keep them alive I've been able to eat a 05:38good salad or a sandwich every other day 05:42it's just from these little that's a 05:44little kale right there anyway this has 05:47purchased soil again but they're doing 05:50really well these raised beds I'm hoping 05:54to expand that so I can eat all the 05:56salad I want all my broccoli well not 06:03all of it about half of them flowered 06:06and led to these tippy little seeds they 06:10look like green beans there I can't get 06:13it to focus but I know those are seeds 06:15when they turn brown I can harvest them 06:17and save them you know we got I have 06:20some nice ones but again any advice 06:23would be encouraging I also have 06:25Brussels sprouts back there that's like 06:26one fell over 06:28but the Brussels sprouts are all seed 06:32yeah 06:34potatoes took off my youngest daughter 06:40loves her corn so I planted corn right 06:46from the seed just I planted them right 06:48along the drip hose line here I added 06:51some soil that I purchased you know $100 06:54per truckload and my peppers some sort 07:03of weird lettuce or hot peppers get away 07:07for them to come up my little radish 07:12farm just coming up onions garlic 07:20whatever the heck that is 07:22I don't even know my bell peppers seemed 07:28to be going kind of slow 07:30[Applause] 07:34excuse me Chili Peppers not bell peppers 07:36that one is taking off pretty good my I 07:41guess they're raspberries not 07:43blueberries my raspberries are got 07:46little berries growing on them and my 07:50strawberries exploded you know I was 07:53looking forward to coming home and eaten 07:55handful today and the freaking birds got 07:59here while I was at work and polished 08:02off my strawberries that were ripe 08:04I picked the ones that weren't ripe and 08:06ate them once but I mean they're they're 08:09one of the first things to bloom anyhow 08:13another raspberry and somewhere in this 08:16garden I'm also growing blackberry I'm 08:18letting one come up hoping to have up my 08:21own blackberry garden I think this is 08:27like squash and behind that as a tomato 08:32plant started indoors it's doing really 08:36really well and I have a bunch of seeds 08:37I started outside 08:40that watering line there right up into 08:43the potatoes hello yeah I don't have a 08:48horrible problem with Gophers 08:50moles but last year something got to my 08:54potatoes and so I looked online I met 08:57this nice older gentleman that swore by 08:59these things it's a ground thumper it 09:01runs on like 3 D cell batteries I went 09:05to ebay and Laura behold there they were 09:08anyway you battery them up and then put 09:11them in the ground and they put off a 09:13sonic boom you know a little bump 09:16periodically which allegedly the goals 09:20and Gophers don't like and so he sped 09:22around your garden anyhow let me know if 09:27anybody has experience with these do 09:29they work and I wasting my money this is 09:33a bed where I I start things I may be 09:37like that thing in the middle there 09:38that's a garlic actually but I've 09:41already transplanted a bunch of them 09:43they were down on the earth now I can 09:46cover this when it's cold out and the 09:49Gophers don't have their way started a 09:54little worm farm I do a lot of coffee 09:57grounds crushed eggshells 10:01you know vegetation you know celery 10:04lettuce stuff like that leftover food 10:06stuff I have night crawlers in here but 10:10they are elusive they they might be down 10:17at the bottom at the bottom I have a 10:19gravel in sand bed and shredded paper 10:23for moisture content and for what I 10:27understand they like to come out and eat 10:28at night but I want to grow my own worms 10:32and make sure every flower bed is 10:34saturated with them or every vegetable 10:38bed anyway any advice on that it would 10:41be really helpful I'm starting a simple 10:46little outdoor compost we right through 10:50you know 10:51food scraps coffee Grandville oh this is 10:54you can see eggshells and I bury it 10:57quickly and I don't I'm not sure how to 11:01properly care that I could use any 11:03advice anybody's going to give I'm also 11:06doing a strictly you know limbs branches 11:11I threw some eggs egg shells in there 11:14and stuff but like whenever I clean the 11:16yard I throw you know everything in here 11:19and I'm hoping to learn a process to 11:21break all this wood down and make good 11:25moles for my night crawlers and 11:27earthworms I think the red wigglers 11:31prefer dinner scraps but anyway any 11:34advice on the composting would be 11:37greatly appreciated I cover it up with a 11:40carpet right now maybe there's a better 11:43way anyhow 11:48any advice would be greatly appreciated 11:50I primarily a clean energy Channel 11:55but of course you know like I've 11:56stressed I think it's really important 11:58to become self-sufficient I'm a full 12:02believer in co2 levels being threatening 12:05the high especially a lot of people for 12:06people along the equator so yeah if 12:10you'd like it subscribe that would help 12:12me start becoming visible in the Google 12:15search engine algorithms and then I'll 12:19have more contacts too and I can 12:23the gesture and hopefully get on summit 12:26and mosquitoes are horrible get out some 12:28of your sites and learn something about 12:30this gardening thing it's harder than it 12:33looks.

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All my friends welcome to Asim Nawaz Gardening Channel.

September month starts now.

Next couple of day’s best weather to sow winter vegetables as well as flowering seeds.

In my opinion the quality of best gardener to sow new variety of vegetables as well as flowering seeds which they can never sow as an first experience Also sow last year saving vegetables and flowering seeds too.

Saving seeds of vegetables and flowers can germinate upto 1 o 2 years.

As you seen in the catalog there are three varieties of cherry tomatoes.

The topic of video is How to make saving in winter sowing Cherry Tomatoes Seeds.

First one Black Cherry tomatoes Second one Red Cherry tomatoes Last one Yellow Cherry tomatoes.

Last year I sow Yellow and Red Cherry tomatoes.

Black Cherry Tomatoes is new variety of tomatoes.

This winter I plan to sow it.

Here you saw Yellow cherry tomatoes.

It’s not fresh cherry tomatoes.

In ending June, harvest Yellow Cherry tomatoes.

Save it also.

As an experiment I sow Yellow Cherry tomatoes in monsoon season.

A video of Seeds Germination of Cherry Tomatoes in monsoon season is in description box of this video.

Easily seeds geminates of cherry tomatoes Here you can seen seedling of Yellow Cherry Tomatoes.

Same as I can save Red Cherry tomatoes and also dry other tomatoes for next growing season.

Next coming days when you sow cherry tomatoes first remove upper skin.

Place in tissue paper.

When tissue paper absorb the entire tomato juice.

Place in sunlight for 1 or 2 days.

After that you sow seed of cherry tomatoes.

Hope so you like this video.

Kindly like and subscribe my channel to keep in touch next coming videos.

Bye Asim Nawaz.

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>> YOU HAVE CILANTRO.

>> YOU HAVE CILANTRO.

PEOPLE >> YOU HAVE CILANTRO.

PEOPLE SAY >> YOU HAVE CILANTRO.

PEOPLE SAY I >> YOU HAVE CILANTRO.

PEOPLE SAY I CANNOT >> YOU HAVE CILANTRO.

PEOPLE SAY I CANNOT GROW PEOPLE SAY I CANNOT GROW PEOPLE SAY I CANNOT GROWCILANTRO.

CILANTRO.

CILANTRO.

IT CILANTRO.

IT GOES CILANTRO.

IT GOES TO CILANTRO.

IT GOES TO SEED CILANTRO.

IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT CILANTRO.

IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT AWAY.

IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT AWAY.

IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT AWAY.

SO IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT AWAY.

SO YOU IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT AWAY.

SO YOU CAN IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT AWAY.

SO YOU CAN CRUSH IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT AWAY.

SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT AWAY.

SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE SEEDS IT GOES TO SEED RIGHT AWAY.

SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE SEEDS AND SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE SEEDS AND SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE SEEDS ANDUSE SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE SEEDS ANDUSE THEM SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE SEEDS ANDUSE THEM IN SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE SEEDS ANDUSE THEM IN STEWS SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE SEEDS ANDUSE THEM IN STEWS AND SO YOU CAN CRUSH THE SEEDS ANDUSE THEM IN STEWS AND SOUPS.

USE THEM IN STEWS AND SOUPS.

USE THEM IN STEWS AND SOUPS.

BUT USE THEM IN STEWS AND SOUPS.

BUT THAT USE THEM IN STEWS AND SOUPS.

BUT THAT IS USE THEM IN STEWS AND SOUPS.

BUT THAT IS SO USE THEM IN STEWS AND SOUPS.

BUT THAT IS SO GOOD USE THEM IN STEWS AND SOUPS.

BUT THAT IS SO GOOD IN USE THEM IN STEWS AND SOUPS.

BUT THAT IS SO GOOD IN SALADS BUT THAT IS SO GOOD IN SALADS BUT THAT IS SO GOOD IN SALADSAND BUT THAT IS SO GOOD IN SALADSAND MEXICAN.

AND MEXICAN.

AND MEXICAN.

THIS AND MEXICAN.

THIS WILL AND MEXICAN.

THIS WILL GROW AND MEXICAN.

THIS WILL GROW RIGHT AND MEXICAN.

THIS WILL GROW RIGHT BACK.

THIS WILL GROW RIGHT BACK.

THIS WILL GROW RIGHT BACK.

AND THIS WILL GROW RIGHT BACK.

AND NOW THIS WILL GROW RIGHT BACK.

AND NOW LOOK THIS WILL GROW RIGHT BACK.

AND NOW LOOK AT THIS WILL GROW RIGHT BACK.

AND NOW LOOK AT THAT THIS WILL GROW RIGHT BACK.

AND NOW LOOK AT THAT SMELL AND NOW LOOK AT THAT SMELL AND NOW LOOK AT THAT SMELLTHAT.

THAT.

THAT.

SOME THAT.

SOME PEOPLE THAT.

SOME PEOPLE SATE THAT.

SOME PEOPLE SATE IT.

SOME PEOPLE SATE IT.

SOME PEOPLE SATE IT.

IT SOME PEOPLE SATE IT.

IT MIGHT SOME PEOPLE SATE IT.

IT MIGHT BE SOME PEOPLE SATE IT.

IT MIGHT BE A SOME PEOPLE SATE IT.

IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC SOME PEOPLE SATE IT.

IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC THING IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC THING IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC THINGTHEY IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC THINGTHEY SAY IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC THINGTHEY SAY IT IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC THINGTHEY SAY IT MAY IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC THINGTHEY SAY IT MAY BE IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC THINGTHEY SAY IT MAY BE A IT MIGHT BE A GENETIC THINGTHEY SAY IT MAY BE A GENETIC THEY SAY IT MAY BE A GENETIC THEY SAY IT MAY BE A GENETICTHING THEY SAY IT MAY BE A GENETICTHING FOR THEY SAY IT MAY BE A GENETICTHING FOR SOME THEY SAY IT MAY BE A GENETICTHING FOR SOME THEM THEY SAY IT MAY BE A GENETICTHING FOR SOME THEM THAT THEY SAY IT MAY BE A GENETICTHING FOR SOME THEM THAT DON'T THING FOR SOME THEM THAT DON'T THING FOR SOME THEM THAT DON'TLIKE THING FOR SOME THEM THAT DON'TLIKE CILANTRO.

LIKE CILANTRO.

LIKE CILANTRO.

>> LIKE CILANTRO.

>> IS LIKE CILANTRO.

>> IS THIS LIKE CILANTRO.

>> IS THIS AFRICAN LIKE CILANTRO.

>> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE LIKE CILANTRO.

>> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE BASIL.

>> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE BASIL.

>> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE BASIL.

I >> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE BASIL.

I HAVE >> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE BASIL.

I HAVE AND >> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE BASIL.

I HAVE AND I >> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE BASIL.

I HAVE AND I WILLAN >> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE BASIL.

I HAVE AND I WILLAN FRIEND >> IS THIS AFRICAN BLUE BASIL.

I HAVE AND I WILLAN FRIEND THAT I HAVE AND I WILLAN FRIEND THAT I HAVE AND I WILLAN FRIEND THATPUTS I HAVE AND I WILLAN FRIEND THATPUTS IN I HAVE AND I WILLAN FRIEND THATPUTS IN PESTO.

PUTS IN PESTO.

PUTS IN PESTO.

BUT PUTS IN PESTO.

BUT I PUTS IN PESTO.

BUT I THINK PUTS IN PESTO.

BUT I THINK IT PUTS IN PESTO.

BUT I THINK IT MAY PUTS IN PESTO.

BUT I THINK IT MAY MAKE PUTS IN PESTO.

BUT I THINK IT MAY MAKE YOUR BUT I THINK IT MAY MAKE YOUR BUT I THINK IT MAY MAKE YOURHAIR.

HAIR.

HAIR.

>> HAIR.

>> TELL HAIR.

>> TELL ME HAIR.

>> TELL ME WHERE HAIR.

>> TELL ME WHERE I HAIR.

>> TELL ME WHERE I PUT HAIR.

>> TELL ME WHERE I PUT THIS.

>> TELL ME WHERE I PUT THIS.

>> TELL ME WHERE I PUT THIS.

YOU >> TELL ME WHERE I PUT THIS.

YOU SEE >> TELL ME WHERE I PUT THIS.

YOU SEE THE >> TELL ME WHERE I PUT THIS.

YOU SEE THE SOIL >> TELL ME WHERE I PUT THIS.

YOU SEE THE SOIL AND >> TELL ME WHERE I PUT THIS.

YOU SEE THE SOIL AND THE YOU SEE THE SOIL AND THE YOU SEE THE SOIL AND THEDRAINAGE.

DRAINAGE.

DRAINAGE.

SO DRAINAGE.

SO WHERE DRAINAGE.

SO WHERE DO DRAINAGE.

SO WHERE DO WE DRAINAGE.

SO WHERE DO WE PUT DRAINAGE.

SO WHERE DO WE PUT THIS? SO WHERE DO WE PUT THIS? SO WHERE DO WE PUT THIS?SUN? SUN? SUN?NO SUN?NO SUN? NO SUN? NO SUN?>> NO SUN?>> EVERYTHING NO SUN?>> EVERYTHING HERE NO SUN?>> EVERYTHING HERE NEEDS NO SUN?>> EVERYTHING HERE NEEDS FULL >> EVERYTHING HERE NEEDS FULL >> EVERYTHING HERE NEEDS FULLSUN.

SUN.

SUN.

THIS SUN.

THIS IS SUN.

THIS IS VIETNAMESE SUN.

THIS IS VIETNAMESE CILANTRO.

THIS IS VIETNAMESE CILANTRO.

THIS IS VIETNAMESE CILANTRO.

IT THIS IS VIETNAMESE CILANTRO.

IT IS THIS IS VIETNAMESE CILANTRO.

IT IS REALLY THIS IS VIETNAMESE CILANTRO.

IT IS REALLY GOOD.

IT IS REALLY GOOD.

IT IS REALLY GOOD.

IT IT IS REALLY GOOD.

IT CAN IT IS REALLY GOOD.

IT CAN NEVER IT IS REALLY GOOD.

IT CAN NEVER DRY IT IS REALLY GOOD.

IT CAN NEVER DRY OUT.

IT CAN NEVER DRY OUT.

IT CAN NEVER DRY OUT.

THYME, IT CAN NEVER DRY OUT.

THYME, SAVORY.

THYME, SAVORY.

THYME, SAVORY.

WINTER THYME, SAVORY.

WINTER SAVORY, THYME, SAVORY.

WINTER SAVORY, YUCK.

WINTER SAVORY, YUCK.

WINTER SAVORY, YUCK.

>> WINTER SAVORY, YUCK.

>> SHOULD WINTER SAVORY, YUCK.

>> SHOULD WE WINTER SAVORY, YUCK.

>> SHOULD WE BUY WINTER SAVORY, YUCK.

>> SHOULD WE BUY SEEDS WINTER SAVORY, YUCK.

>> SHOULD WE BUY SEEDS OR >> SHOULD WE BUY SEEDS OR >> SHOULD WE BUY SEEDS ORLITTLE >> SHOULD WE BUY SEEDS ORLITTLE PLANTS? LITTLE PLANTS? LITTLE PLANTS?>> LITTLE PLANTS?>> I LITTLE PLANTS?>> I THINK LITTLE PLANTS?>> I THINK IT LITTLE PLANTS?>> I THINK IT IS LITTLE PLANTS?>> I THINK IT IS EASIEST LITTLE PLANTS?>> I THINK IT IS EASIEST TO LITTLE PLANTS?>> I THINK IT IS EASIEST TO BUY >> I THINK IT IS EASIEST TO BUY >> I THINK IT IS EASIEST TO BUYLITTLE >> I THINK IT IS EASIEST TO BUYLITTLE PLANTS.

LITTLE PLANTS.

LITTLE PLANTS.

>> LITTLE PLANTS.

>> YOU LITTLE PLANTS.

>> YOU NOTICE LITTLE PLANTS.

>> YOU NOTICE SOMETHING.

>> YOU NOTICE SOMETHING.

>> YOU NOTICE SOMETHING.

I >> YOU NOTICE SOMETHING.

I USED >> YOU NOTICE SOMETHING.

I USED THE >> YOU NOTICE SOMETHING.

I USED THE PLASTIC >> YOU NOTICE SOMETHING.

I USED THE PLASTIC POTS >> YOU NOTICE SOMETHING.

I USED THE PLASTIC POTS HERE.

I USED THE PLASTIC POTS HERE.

I USED THE PLASTIC POTS HERE.

THEY I USED THE PLASTIC POTS HERE.

THEY LOVE I USED THE PLASTIC POTS HERE.

THEY LOVE THIS I USED THE PLASTIC POTS HERE.

THEY LOVE THIS POX I USED THE PLASTIC POTS HERE.

THEY LOVE THIS POX I I USED THE PLASTIC POTS HERE.

THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE I USED THE PLASTIC POTS HERE.

THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE POT.

THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE POT.

THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE POT.

BUT THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE POT.

BUT I THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE POT.

BUT I USE THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE POT.

BUT I USE PLASTIC THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE POT.

BUT I USE PLASTIC WHEN THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE POT.

BUT I USE PLASTIC WHEN I THEY LOVE THIS POX I USE POT.

BUT I USE PLASTIC WHEN I GROW BUT I USE PLASTIC WHEN I GROW BUT I USE PLASTIC WHEN I GROWFOOD BUT I USE PLASTIC WHEN I GROWFOOD BECAUSE BUT I USE PLASTIC WHEN I GROWFOOD BECAUSE YOU BUT I USE PLASTIC WHEN I GROWFOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER BUT I USE PLASTIC WHEN I GROWFOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER WHERE FOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER WHERE FOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER WHERETHEY FOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER WHERETHEY GET FOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER WHERETHEY GET THE FOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER WHERETHEY GET THE CLAY FOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER WHERETHEY GET THE CLAY TO FOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER WHERETHEY GET THE CLAY TO MAKE FOOD BECAUSE YOU NEVER WHERETHEY GET THE CLAY TO MAKE A THEY GET THE CLAY TO MAKE A THEY GET THE CLAY TO MAKE ACLAY THEY GET THE CLAY TO MAKE ACLAY POT.

CLAY POT.

CLAY POT.

I'M CLAY POT.

I'M NOT CLAY POT.

I'M NOT THE CLAY POT.

I'M NOT THE BIGGEST CLAY POT.

I'M NOT THE BIGGEST PLASTIC CLAY POT.

I'M NOT THE BIGGEST PLASTIC FAN I'M NOT THE BIGGEST PLASTIC FAN I'M NOT THE BIGGEST PLASTIC FANIN I'M NOT THE BIGGEST PLASTIC FANIN THE I'M NOT THE BIGGEST PLASTIC FANIN THE WORLD.

IN THE WORLD.

IN THE WORLD.

BUT IN THE WORLD.

BUT IT IN THE WORLD.

BUT IT IS IN THE WORLD.

BUT IT IS GREAT IN THE WORLD.

BUT IT IS GREAT FOR IN THE WORLD.

BUT IT IS GREAT FOR SOMETHING BUT IT IS GREAT FOR SOMETHING BUT IT IS GREAT FOR SOMETHINGLIKE BUT IT IS GREAT FOR SOMETHINGLIKE THIS.

LIKE THIS.

LIKE THIS.

THESE LIKE THIS.

THESE ARE LIKE THIS.

THESE ARE COOL LIKE THIS.

THESE ARE COOL ONES.

THESE ARE COOL ONES.

THESE ARE COOL ONES.

>> THESE ARE COOL ONES.

>> THAT THESE ARE COOL ONES.

>> THAT DOES THESE ARE COOL ONES.

>> THAT DOES NOT THESE ARE COOL ONES.

>> THAT DOES NOT LOOK THESE ARE COOL ONES.

>> THAT DOES NOT LOOK LIKE >> THAT DOES NOT LOOK LIKE >> THAT DOES NOT LOOK LIKEPLASTIC.

PLASTIC.

PLASTIC.

AND PLASTIC.

AND YOU'LL PLASTIC.

AND YOU'LL HAVE PLASTIC.

AND YOU'LL HAVE IT PLASTIC.

AND YOU'LL HAVE IT FOREVER.

AND YOU'LL HAVE IT FOREVER.

AND YOU'LL HAVE IT FOREVER.

>> AND YOU'LL HAVE IT FOREVER.

>> IT AND YOU'LL HAVE IT FOREVER.

>> IT WAS AND YOU'LL HAVE IT FOREVER.

>> IT WAS 80 AND YOU'LL HAVE IT FOREVER.

>> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, AND YOU'LL HAVE IT FOREVER.

>> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT AND YOU'LL HAVE IT FOREVER.

>> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> >> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> I >> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> I HAD >> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> I HAD TO >> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> I HAD TO PUNCH >> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> I HAD TO PUNCH THE >> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> I HAD TO PUNCH THE HOLES >> IT WAS 80 BUCKS, BUT STILL.

>> I HAD TO PUNCH THE HOLES IN >> I HAD TO PUNCH THE HOLES IN >> I HAD TO PUNCH THE HOLES INIT.

IT.

IT.

IT IT.

IT COMES IT.

IT COMES RIGHT IT.

IT COMES RIGHT THROUGH.

IT COMES RIGHT THROUGH.

IT COMES RIGHT THROUGH.

SO IT COMES RIGHT THROUGH.

SO EVERYTHING IT COMES RIGHT THROUGH.

SO EVERYTHING IN IT COMES RIGHT THROUGH.

SO EVERYTHING IN HERE IT COMES RIGHT THROUGH.

SO EVERYTHING IN HERE NEEDS SO EVERYTHING IN HERE NEEDS SO EVERYTHING IN HERE NEEDSSUN.

SUN.

SUN.

THIS SUN.

THIS IS SUN.

THIS IS JUST SUN.

THIS IS JUST LEMON SUN.

THIS IS JUST LEMON THYME.

THIS IS JUST LEMON THYME.

THIS IS JUST LEMON THYME.

THIS THIS IS JUST LEMON THYME.

THIS IS THIS IS JUST LEMON THYME.

THIS IS GOOD THIS IS JUST LEMON THYME.

THIS IS GOOD WITH THIS IS JUST LEMON THYME.

THIS IS GOOD WITH CHICKEN THIS IS JUST LEMON THYME.

THIS IS GOOD WITH CHICKEN TOO.

THIS IS GOOD WITH CHICKEN TOO.

THIS IS GOOD WITH CHICKEN TOO.

YOU THIS IS GOOD WITH CHICKEN TOO.

YOU USE THIS IS GOOD WITH CHICKEN TOO.

YOU USE THIS THIS IS GOOD WITH CHICKEN TOO.

YOU USE THIS SUMMER THIS IS GOOD WITH CHICKEN TOO.

YOU USE THIS SUMMER SAVORY THIS IS GOOD WITH CHICKEN TOO.

YOU USE THIS SUMMER SAVORY THE YOU USE THIS SUMMER SAVORY THE YOU USE THIS SUMMER SAVORY THESAME YOU USE THIS SUMMER SAVORY THESAME WAY.

SAME WAY.

SAME WAY.

SO SAME WAY.

SO THESE SAME WAY.

SO THESE CAN SAME WAY.

SO THESE CAN GO SAME WAY.

SO THESE CAN GO INTO SAME WAY.

SO THESE CAN GO INTO THE SAME WAY.

SO THESE CAN GO INTO THE MORE SO THESE CAN GO INTO THE MORE SO THESE CAN GO INTO THE MOREDROUGHT SO THESE CAN GO INTO THE MOREDROUGHT TIME.

DROUGHT TIME.

DROUGHT TIME.

THIS DROUGHT TIME.

THIS IS DROUGHT TIME.

THIS IS STEVEA.

THIS IS STEVEA.

THIS IS STEVEA.

SO THIS IS STEVEA.

SO ONE THIS IS STEVEA.

SO ONE 8th THIS IS STEVEA.

SO ONE 8th OF THIS IS STEVEA.

SO ONE 8th OF CHOPPED THIS IS STEVEA.

SO ONE 8th OF CHOPPED UP THIS IS STEVEA.

SO ONE 8th OF CHOPPED UP LEAVES SO ONE 8th OF CHOPPED UP LEAVES SO ONE 8th OF CHOPPED UP LEAVESOF SO ONE 8th OF CHOPPED UP LEAVESOF A SO ONE 8th OF CHOPPED UP LEAVESOF A TEASPOON SO ONE 8th OF CHOPPED UP LEAVESOF A TEASPOON EQUALS SO ONE 8th OF CHOPPED UP LEAVESOF A TEASPOON EQUALS ONE OF A TEASPOON EQUALS ONE OF A TEASPOON EQUALS ONETEASPOON OF A TEASPOON EQUALS ONETEASPOON IN OF A TEASPOON EQUALS ONETEASPOON IN SWEETNESS.

TEASPOON IN SWEETNESS.

TEASPOON IN SWEETNESS.

>> TEASPOON IN SWEETNESS.

>> THEY TEASPOON IN SWEETNESS.

>> THEY SAY TEASPOON IN SWEETNESS.

>> THEY SAY EATING TEASPOON IN SWEETNESS.

>> THEY SAY EATING IT TEASPOON IN SWEETNESS.

>> THEY SAY EATING IT STRAIGHT >> THEY SAY EATING IT STRAIGHT >> THEY SAY EATING IT STRAIGHTRIGHT >> THEY SAY EATING IT STRAIGHTRIGHT OUT >> THEY SAY EATING IT STRAIGHTRIGHT OUT OF >> THEY SAY EATING IT STRAIGHTRIGHT OUT OF THE >> THEY SAY EATING IT STRAIGHTRIGHT OUT OF THE GARDEN >> THEY SAY EATING IT STRAIGHTRIGHT OUT OF THE GARDEN IS >> THEY SAY EATING IT STRAIGHTRIGHT OUT OF THE GARDEN IS MORE RIGHT OUT OF THE GARDEN IS MORE RIGHT OUT OF THE GARDEN IS MOREHEALTHY.

HEALTHY.

HEALTHY.

AND HEALTHY.

AND ALL HEALTHY.

AND ALL OF HEALTHY.

AND ALL OF THESE HEALTHY.

AND ALL OF THESE ARE HEALTHY.

AND ALL OF THESE ARE PRETTY AND ALL OF THESE ARE PRETTY AND ALL OF THESE ARE PRETTYMUCH AND ALL OF THESE ARE PRETTYMUCH GOING AND ALL OF THESE ARE PRETTYMUCH GOING TO AND ALL OF THESE ARE PRETTYMUCH GOING TO KICK AND ALL OF THESE ARE PRETTYMUCH GOING TO KICK THE AND ALL OF THESE ARE PRETTYMUCH GOING TO KICK THE BUCKET MUCH GOING TO KICK THE BUCKET MUCH GOING TO KICK THE BUCKETAT MUCH GOING TO KICK THE BUCKETAT THE MUCH GOING TO KICK THE BUCKETAT THE END MUCH GOING TO KICK THE BUCKETAT THE END OF MUCH GOING TO KICK THE BUCKETAT THE END OF THE MUCH GOING TO KICK THE BUCKETAT THE END OF THE YEAR.

Source: Youtube

– Herbs.

H-herbs? No matter how you say it, herbs are the key tomaking food delicious.

The je ne sais quoi of almostevery dish you've ever had.

So of course we want to buy them.

We want to use them.

But dang it, why do they go bad before you have the chanceto use the whole bunch? Here are some simpleways to save your herbs, money and sanity.

One, make an herb oil.

Blanche and shock herbs and pat very dry.

Combine with a neutrallyflavored oil in a blender and blend until very finely chopped.

Strain through a cheeseclothand store in the fridge.

Drizzle over soups,salads or finished dishes.

Two, make a pesto.

Combine herbs, nuts or seeds and oil in a food processor.

Process until finelychopped and drizzable.

Basil is the most common herb for this but truly, any herb works.

Three, make a simple syrup.

Combine herb, sugar andwater in a small saucepan and bring to a simmerto dissolve the sugar.

Let cool completely andstrain out the herbs.

Use in iced tea, cocktails or desserts.

Four, freeze 'em.

Place whole leaves in an ice cube tray and fill the tray with oil.

Freeze and use each as needed, where oil is welcome of course.

No matter if you grow 'em or buy 'em, these tips will help you get the most out of your herbs.

Herbalicious.

Source: Youtube

 

19 Perfect Tips How To Growing Tomatoes in Pots.

  • Use Biodegradable Pots Peat pots make planting extra easy: Just dig the hole, put in the plant, and fill in with soil.
  • There’s no need to take your plants out of the pot.
  • Feed Them Well Like growing kids, tomatoes are heavy feeders, so add plenty of organic matter (such as compost) to the soil.
  • Give them an early boost by working a little fertilizer into the soil at planting time.
  • Plant Deeply Tomato plants form roots all the way along their stems, so you can give your plants an extra-strong root system (especially the tall, leggy ones) by planting them on their sides.
  • Do remove any leaves that would be covered under the soil, though.
  • Buried leaves could rot and encourage disease.
  • Water Well It’s always a good idea to give freshly added plants a little extra water the first week or two after you plant them to help them get established.They’re most susceptible to drying out when they’re young.
  • Stake Them There are two basic categories of tomatoes: determinate and indeterminate.
    • Determinate tomatoes, sometimes called bush tomatoes, put on most of their growth before they start to bloom and produce fruit.
    • Indeterminate tomatoes keep growing after they start to bloom — so the plants can become quite large (more than 6 feet tall).
  • Stake indeterminate tomatoes to keep them standing.It will help keep the plants healthy and make the fruits easier to harvest.
  • Plant in Pots Try planting your tomatoes in containers if you’ve had trouble growing them in the past.
  • Large containers filled with a high-quality potting mix give your plants more protection from fungal diseases.
  • Try Red Mulch We know mulch is good for the garden — but university research suggests that red plastic mulch may make your tomato plants more productive.(One study showed yields increased by 20 percent by using red mulch.) Red mulch also helps the soil conserve moisture longer during hot, dry periods and inhibits weeds.
  • Keep Out Cutworms Hungry cutworms attack young vegetables.
  • Protect your tomatoes by giving them a collar of newspaper.Or cut the top and bottom off a tin can and sink that into the soil around your plants.It creates a barrier that forces the cutworms to go looking for another dinner.
  • Protect Them from Cold You can use a variety of devices to protect your tomatoes from the cold if you want to get a jump-start on the tomato-growing season.
  • One of the easiest is a simple cloche made from an old milk jug; simply cut the bottom of the jug and set it over your tomato plants.Leave the top open so the cloche doesn’t get too hot inside during sunny days.
  • Keep the Foliage Dry Tomatoes are susceptible to a number of diseases.
  • To keep your plants healthy, water with a soaker hose.This helps the foliage stay drier; wet foliage (especially in late afternoon, evening, and nighttime hours) can encourage common fungal diseases such as blight.
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