Changing out an old tomato plant that has been through the whole winter and is getting pretty old. Putting our four Rainbow chard plants that you have seen in previous videos into it. We will remove the tomato, clean the container, refill it with nutrients and relocate our chard.
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Keep on Growin’ with Mike VanDuzee
Love your videos not too short or too long and I always learn something. I hate being stuck inside in the winter ( we Live in Colorado). So I always get impatient and plant to soon. Its January 18 th Andi already have24 types of vegetables planted and 1 type of pain killer. What can I say I live in Colorado where our state song is rocky mountain high.
mike great job im still having trouble sprouting seeds it must be the city water and we drink it
You know you can re root those cuttings for new plants!
I do like hydroponics but the Google interference from China is not for me!
Does the chard not bolt at some point?
Do you still offer the packets of fertilizer? If so I’m interested.
That's awesome that you can keep the chard going like that! I'm doing this!!
I got question how do. You keep your water temperature from getting to hot
I am attempting to Kratky about 25 tomatoes & eggplants this year. I was thinking of 27gal tubs (1 per plant) hypothesizing I could go 2 weeks at a time before needing to refill nutrients (once they get large & fruitful).
You tomato was in a 19 gal tub. How often did you need to top it off (understanding that in Kratky one more 2/3rds it off than tops it off)?
Mike, was that a 3 or 4 inch net cup on the chard?
how often did you have to change the nutrients/water while the tomato was growing?
I love your videos! I just found you yesterday and have watched almost all the videos (over 20) mostly about planting. I thought it is a good idea to add link to the video where you teach about the solution you used in the water. I’ve watched it but forgot which video it was. 😛
Thanks for taking us into your planting journey!
i see that you;r growing greens on the green laundry basket containers in soil. Why r u not growing this in hydroponics? just curious. thanks
great info!!!! the swiss chard that u have for a couple of years, do u replace the water mix or just add more?
Making the world a better place… And here I was before watching this depopulation was a good thing. Great video thanks
I've had my tomato plants going for four years now. I just cut them back and they grow again.
I have not transplanted plants that I had to cut the roots. It is good to know that I can easily just cut the roots that connect the plants. I have switched out 5 gallon bucket to be able to clean them. The only drawback i have had with these black containers is the heat. So I normally have to cover them. I might try to paint them.