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Saturday, March 2, 2013

My New Garden Video Series: 60 Seconds or Sow - 5 Gardening Tips

60 Seconds or Sow: A New Vegetable Garden Video Series

I decided to start a new vegetable gardening series called: 60 Seconds or Sow. In about 60 seconds, I will cover a topic that I hope you find useful. No frills, just the facts to help you manage your vegetable gardens. I figure we don't have hours to watch videos when the garden is calling.

If you have been following my blog for a while, these are tips and techniques you have seen in longer videos. These videos are however about 60 Seconds or Sow...

60 Seconds or Sow - A Garden Video Series - The Rusted Garden Blog

Here are the topics of the first 5 videos in this new series. You can view all 5 in under 7 minutes. They are 60 Seconds or Sow...

  • Using Cinnamon to Prevent 'Damping Off' Disease on Seedlings
  • How to Perfectly Prepare Your Seed Starting Cells for Germination and Growth
  • Using Aluminum Foil Food Trays to Manage Your Vegetable Transplants
  • How to Use Aspirin to Bolster Tomato Plant Defenses
  • How to Use Baking Soda and Dish Soap to Treat and Manage Powdery Mildew

Using Cinnamon to Prevent 'Damping Off' Disease on Seedlings



How to Perfectly Prepare Your Seed Starting Cells for Germination and Growth



 Using Aluminum Foil Food Trays to Manage Your Vegetable Transplants



 How to Use Aspirin to Bolster Tomato Plant Defenses



 How to Use Baking Soda and Dish Soap to Treat and Manage Powdery Mildew




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6 comments:

  1. Thanks for the info on using cinnamon for damping off. I just sprinkled all my seed starting containers after reading your blog. I lost all my eggplant and pepper seedlings lasy year to damping off.

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    1. That stinks. I hope it is effective for you. Seemed to help my outbreak this time around when I noticed it on some perennial flower seedlings. I sprinkled when I saw it. The surround cells where unharmed.

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  2. What dish soap is recommended for this?

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    1. I just use Dawn dish soap. You can really use any dish soap. The less perfumes etc the better. They key is just to not make a really strong solution that hurts the plant leaves. Search Soapy Water Garden Spray and you will get the basic recipes. It works.

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  3. Gary, I use Dawn as well because it looks as though it is higher in petroleum of amimal fats than others. I'm not scared to try other things just to see. That's what gardening is about!!
    Gonna try your aspirin thing this year on some to experiment. Glad I ran across your blog.
    www.Kevinsgarden.com is where I live. Getting ready for the snow now.. Sigh....

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    1. Yep... snow tonight. My season is now 2 weeks behind.

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