Managing the Hoophouse for Year Round Production UNCUT



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Growing vegetables can be a year round activity with proper hoop house management. Pat Battle shares the joy of cultivating fresh food during winter and gives us insight regarding what to plant and how to keep it thriving through the cold days and nights with limited sun. Pat also shares things to plant that will size up during winter, sweeten and be ready for a delicious spring harvest.

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10 Responses

  1. dancingcedar says:

    Fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!! What is the brand of heat tape that you recommend? You said Glekner(phonetic spelling)… how do you spell that?…. Google offers no clue…

  2. Horse237 says:

    Use of a cold-active entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema kraussei to control overwintering larvae of the black vine weevil Otiorhynchus sulcatus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in outdoor strawberry plants
    http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/10.1163/156854102321122548

  3. ROCKIN40 says:

    thank you Living web Farms for bringing real gardening knowledge to us

  4. Ethelyn Schaeffer says:

    What is the name of the sweet turnips? Where can I get them? Thanks

  5. tjz19d says:

    Thank you!

  6. Squid Pickle says:

    what day of year was this and where are you located?

  7. melovescoffee says:

    This guy is such a fountain of knowledge, i had to watch the whole thing twice. Lets hope something sticks. I really enjoy these uncut videos by the way. You can just let them run while doing work around the house and listen. I have to get these plastic tunnels back in production quick! I had no idea i could still grow so much food! Thanks, Living Web Farms! This is fast becoming one of my most favorite channels.

  8. Happy Hens Farms SHF says:

    great information

  9. 59acres says:

    Great Video. Thanks. When and where was this filmed?

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