Heidi's video has changed my life! I am gonna go find me a FINE woman like that!
as well good seed i really dont know much
I would never starve on this planet if she was my girlfriend
can you give me advice on how not to OVER or UNDER water my tomato plants? I have 8 plants in a raised bed and also in pots around my home.. They always begin to grow the first month or so very healthy then they get leggy and sickly looking.. I do get tomatoes but not like I should be getting.. Thank you Joe
its the hot field because your making it hot
does she do any videos on melons?
Thank you so much much! This is one of the better videos on pruning and using the "Florida weave". Not sure why you've attracted so many trolls but keep on doing y'alls thing.
Thanks perfect job
Why is it that everything she says sounds sexual? It's prob just me.
Lost all train of thought looking at her 😉
great information, think i'm going to try that string weave next season over my cages. One question I have is doesn't that black plastic stress out your plants? I tried that several years ago and almost burned up all my plants from the reflected heat.
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Pretty ladies showing us old guys how to do things is just priceless. Good video. Thanks.
Best looking gardener I've seen!
Sorry I think I use wrong letter (shoot)
8:21 TAN LINES ?
Well, I got some tomatoes, it's not easy in Central Florida. I love this video I still refer back to it all the time, So much info here.
I am trying this for the first time this year without much luck. The plants slide across the wire and still need tied up. I’m probably doing something wrong but I’m going back to stakes next year
Garden jealousy. Luv your garden. So lucky to have so mucg land.
im looking fo a nice Girl like you… Im from Montana. Nuff said for first contact.
Great video. Thanks very much. If I may, you should put the products you suggest and plant varieties in the video description area, under the video.
Great video, thanks! For one sizable garden I used to have, instead of running twine back and forth I used a run of field fencing clipped to T-posts about 5-6 feet apart. From there, you can train the plants into every two or three openings up the fence or use garbage bag ties, Miracle Gro garden string (the kind with the built-in cutter), etc. The ties/string can be reused for several years if you're a tightwad like me. Probably wouldn't scale well for a hundred acres worth but for a large garden used year after year, it sure saved a lot of time over the years.
I've had a terrible time keeping my plants and stems off the ground.
I pruned them to grow upward this year, and I've still been plagued with Septoria Leaf Spot, even to the point where I've reluctantly had to use a fungicide on them.
I'll consider this methodology for next year.
Thank you for sharing here!
Over two million views. I thought this was a tomato growing information channel.I guess if you put a pretty woman in the thumbnail and have her staking tomato plants every pervert out there will click on it. Love it.
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are there any disadvantages using a cage ?
6:50 Who told you that was 12 inches?
Tomatoes aren't staked primarily for better circulation; rather, it's – for encouraging more leaf growth on each plant = more photosynthesis = more glucose production = more fruit– for growing plants closer together, which gives higher fruit yields per sq. meter.– for keeping fruit and leaves off the ground to avoid disease.Disease can be reduced dramatically by drip irrigation, which keeps the leaves dry. Wet leaves are more prone to getting disease. The great majority of tomato farmers do drip irrigation, and grow in greenhouses because tomato plants are very vulnerable to storms, high winds, and frost.
Nice firm looking tomatoes
Great job. Thank you
Thanks for a very interesting vid! I have always caged but am keen to expand my horizons and this seems dead easy.
Thank You. Very Nice.
Nice presentation, thanks for sharing 🙂
I like the subtle DMB intro. Nice video
Nice video 👍
I miss my home 🙁
Damn… I had to watch 5 times to this video… Something would not let me understand the precious suggestions.Something really beautiful.
Nice video thx
Very nice video
Don't you feel you have your plants way to close together.
She is hot! …given the climate…
Vary nice tomato like u
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Wow….you are gorgeous..👍..!!
When I was younger a long time ago I seen a big pile of of very black soil I am not sure if it come from farmer or was dumped by the counsel. But the texture of the soil was good it was full tomatoes what a crop I reaped that year
ARE YOU MARRIED…love to take u out for a tomato lunch when im there on my holidays hun
All these gardening videos have such hot women. Hard to learn how to grow a tomatoe when I'm jerking the Gerken
Need to do your nails, but understand your in your garden…otherwise, sexy AF…..thanks for the great video.
That was the extent of "Pruning "??? I knew about the suckers,,,,,,,,I thought you had a more indepth lesson on pruning,,,I make tomatoe cages from old concrete wire you can find them laying around any construction site,,,,,,ok what kind of tomato is determinte and which brand is not
My kinda Woman!
my family grew a 100 acres of tomatoes every summer. VERY HARD HOT WORK INDEED
poor definition of determinate plant. poor presentation over all. I have no idea, really, how to prune an indeterminate plant.
I could watch her in my garden all day long
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This is my first year trying to grow anything. I have over 30 determinate plants ready for my raised bed. I have been researching the best method to stake them and I think this method is called the Florida Weave and it seems to be the easiest and cheapest way to stake my maters. I have built 3 raised beds 3 x 8'. I will put 7-8 tomatoes in the western 8' sides of each bed. I will tie all 7 or 8 together as you did. I'll also plant pole and bush beans in the beds. May fill a baby pool with drainage holes with potting soil and plant bush watermelon and birdhouse squash. Excellent, informative video. thank you. will subscribe…..
Love to have a Partner like you to come complete 40 acre garden. Greenhouses on a grand scale . Mushrooms Fruit Nuts Truffles . 🙂
Way cool! So informative I am looking forward to a good harvest.
I would like to taste your tomatoes
Love the video. What is the purpose of the plastic under the plants? I have grown plants before and I like to use a hoe to kind of aerate the soil a few inches away from the plant's base. Thanks again for posting the video. It's been very helpful.
did you say pot field?
Hummm charmante femme vive la belle tomate
She got some nice tomatoes..
I will gladly prune your tomatoes anytime. ❤️❤️❤️❤️
The Hot field huh, hmmm. I wonderrrr why this video had so many views, hmmmm let me think???
Thank you so much your video was very useful, I will be able to pass this onto my daughter. We are big tomato fans. My favorite part was about using the stake at the end for tieing off where the string can be adjusted for high winds if need be, what a great tip.
Great job explaining ! Great gardening !
Over 2.5 million view video is proof of how many tomato lovers are out there 😉
I would totally do her.
She Canadian af
I prefer cages. Far better support.
I like this staking technique 👍
Its my second year growing tomatoes in the UK, this year i bought a polytunnel and have 6 tomato plants in that and another 5 in the greenhouse. We have had terrible weather for most of May & June, very few days with any sun whatsoever. Suprisingly the Greenhouse Tomatoes are all looking very healthy still but the Polytunnel ones really are looking bleak, leaves curling on most plants and very little overall growth or flowers.I think the mositure which polytunnels hold is not ideal for Tomato plants if you are unlucky and get long periods of bad weather.
some suckers produce flowers. what do you do about those?
Nice Vid! I like this simple staking technique and will try it out tomorrow. Well done!
good idea! that bucket for the rope.
Question,? How do you control Those Green Tomato Horn Worms, That destroy your tomato plants every year etc. Thanks for sharing great Info etc.
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Thank you so much! I did not tend to my garden well this year and had little idea how too! Thank you for this video! I will take these tips
Using twine to support tomato plants like you did in the second half of the video makes no sense because you ran the line straight up one side of the row then down the other side of the row. This will help prevent the plants from falling forwards or backwards, but they will still be able to fall sideways. A better way to do it is to do the "florida weave", which is similar to your method except you weave the twine through the plants down the row then weave the opposite way when you come back down the row. This method allows for some sideways support. You just have to make sure your twine is tight the whole way though, which can be a challenge the first time you do it but you get better at it the more you do it.
What type of tomato is a summer set?
This woman is hot!
Thanks for the tip regarding the "suckers
Can pick my tomatoes 🍅 anytime doll lol
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