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Planting Vegetable Seed Secrets Revealed

Planting Vegetable Seed

Planting Vegetable Seed

Planting vegetable seed is the best way to grow your own vegetables in my honest opinion. One reason I feel this way is because you control everything about growing these vegetables. You can grow them all organic or use fertilizer. My personal favorite way to grow them is all organic. Because I don’t want to have to worry about pesticides or preservatives going into my vegetables. I want only what nature would put in them. I feel like that is the healthiest way to grow them and they will give us the benefits that we need for a strong healthy body. Planting vegetable seed is pretty easy and can be done almost any time of the year with the help of a heated greenhouse. Planting your seed early will result in an early harvest and longer growing season. Which is what we all want regardless of how we grow them. Using rain water to water the plants with will insure no chlorine burn and the plants will thank you for that. I like to use compost tea made from fresh rain water. There is no better option in my opinion.

Planting Vegetable Seed To Sell

Planting vegetable seed to sell is a whole different animal. You are only growing to sell these plants so your attention should be on how to get the most out of your space available. How to grow them as fast as possible. How to grow the healthiest plants possible. Organic vegetable plants sell best and you can charge a little more for them because they are grown organically. And last but not least you need to figure out the best ways to sell your product. Farmers markets and local greenhouse stores will buy your plants from you or help you sell them. And there are many other ways to sell these plants, but I am not going to tell all of my secrets. I will give you another secret. I use bottom heat to grow all of my seed. It helps them germinate faster and the roots grow faster and stronger. That is a fact.

Planting Vegetable Seed Early To Get Ahead Of The Competition

Makes sure you are planting vegetable seed early so that the competition doesn’t beat you to the sale. I made that mistake last year and it cost me. I could have had time to grow and sell to more crops if I hadn’t started so late. So for that I could have made maybe another $2000 if I had started earlier. This year I am getting started a lot earlier and I am going to plan it out much better. Plus I added on to my greenhouse so I have twice the amount of space. It’s gonna be a great year inside my greenhouse and I can’t wait to get started. So I am starting today doing some greenhouse maintenance. So that when I’m ready to plant I won’t have anything stopping me.  I am doubling the size of my vegetable start business and it is a great success so far after 3-4 years of doing it. I really enjoy planting vegetable seed to grow and sell starts and grow for my own use.  www.amazon.com/shops/A13JAQNPXDNX

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By Jeff Gabelman

Growing Greenhouse Tomatoes How

How To Grow Greenhouse Tomatoes

Growing greenhouse tomatoes is easy to do. Because in a greenhouse you control a lot of the factors that you cannot outside. Watering, weather, humidity, fertilizer, light and ph of the soil. These are all the things needed in growing greenhouse tomatoes. And when you can control these factors you can achieve greatness. Gardening, particularly growing greenhouse tomatoes is better than growing outside because you have a lot longer growing season inside the greenhouse.

Growing Greenhouse Tomatoes

Greenhouse

Inside my greenhouse I feel like I have power over the plants and can make them do what I want them to do. Because if they need more light I can give it to them. If they need more water I can give it to them. And if they need more heat or fertilizer I can give that to them, too. It feels good to be able to control these factors because it helps you learn and grow.

Growing Greenhouse Tomatoes In The Fall

If you have a greenhouse then you know how your seasons are longer in there. I can start growing greenhouse tomatoes sooner than I can outdoors. I can also keep the plants and produce growing all the way up to December 31. I have done it now 3 years in a row. Eating ripe tomatoes around Christmas is nice. I used to be narrow-minded about growing greenhouse tomatoes but after a little practice they taste as good as the ones grown outdoors. I also provide the new seedlings with bottom heat to get them off to a great start.

Trying New Methods Of Growing Greenhouse Tomatoes

Growing greenhouse tomatoes is fun and easy. If you have a greenhouse I suggest you try it. Tomatoes, cucumbers, and green bell peppers all do well inside a greenhouse. Well with the longer seasons you can learn how to lengthen you producing times or stagger your planting times to have two good seasons of growth. I try to do both. This year I’m going to do it even different from I did last year and stack growing boxes 3 to 4 ft above my in ground beds. To keep my plants shorter and up my production. I believe it will make a big difference in production but we will see. I will keep you updated.

In the spring be sure to visit Gabelman’s Gardens to get all your vegetable plants or seeds to get your garden started off right. Or get your seeds right here in the sidebar and have them shipped right to your door. The seeds are all organic seeds. We have the knowledge to get you going in the right direction. We grow all of the plants we sell and we guarantee many of the plants we sell as well. Give us a call if you are planning on stopping by and we will be sure to be here. (859)635-0922. Go here to see all of our products at our Amazon Store  www.amazon.com/shops/A13JAQNPXDNX

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By Jeff Gabelman

Greenhouse

Greenhouse Gardening

Greenhouse Gardening

Greenhouse Gardening

I love  to garden in the greenhouse for many different reasons. For One I control the climate. I also control the amount of water and fertilizer that my plants need. Gardening in the greenhouse is all together different from gardening outdoors. Animals will usually not enter the greenhouse so I don’t have to worry about them eating everything to the ground. After all there is nothing more frustrating than to put  in a whole bunch of work on a garden only to find out weeks later that the animals have already eaten everything to the ground before you could get any produce at all. You can only imagine how angry I was. So I moved my operation indoors. With much success I might add. Not bad for my first year greenhouse gardening.

The Greenhouse Effect

When spending any length of time inside your greenhouse remember to always have good ventilation. Because greenhouse gases will build up and can make you very sick or even pass out. You might not even know and then you’re laying on the ground. Gases come up from the ground  and get trapped inside the greenhouse. The gases can become very dangerous if not ventilated properly. It’s true I found out the hard way. Trust me ventilate. Plus if you don’t ventilate it can get up to 140 degrees in there and that alone will fry every plant in there.

Build a Greenhouse

Building a Greenhouse

Build a Greenhouse

When planning a greenhouse consider building it yourself out of recycled materials. This will save you a lot of money which you can then use on plants to fill it with. I built mine using recycled windows and recycled wood, but I did use some lumber that I bought and roof panels  that I bought. Try to grow using all organic methods and practices. You food will taste better and be healthier done the old-fashioned way. But that’s just my opinion and I’m old school I like doing things they way my father and grandfather taught me. They are the best methods and still work today. Heck I still have seeds from when my father used to garden over 25 years ago and some are still viable. Talk about heirloom seeds. Set up an appointment to shop our wide selection of many different landscape plants. Or sign up for my make money gardening course and learn just how I do it.  For more info call (859)635-0922 and ask for Jeff

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Jeff Gabelman

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