Row by Row Episode 226: Gardening In December

December is arguably the quietest month in the garden but there is still much to do and prepare for. Tonight, we’re discussing December garden chores, what you can be planting, our garden updates, and more. Let’s Grow Together and talk about Gardening In December. Gardening in December Prune and Trim If you have fruit trees, bushes,

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Row by Row Episode 224: Importance of Native Plants

Why are we talking about native plants? Well, we took a quick trip up the road from us to the Agrirama in Tifton, Georgia. We met with the President, Mary Alic Applegate, of the Coastal Plain Chapter. Their mission is to educate the public about the importance of native plants to our health and well-being

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Row by Row Episode 223: ALL ABOUT ONIONS!

Our short-day onion plants have officially arrived at Hoss HQ!! Since we are starting to ship out our onion bundles, we feel like this is a relevant topic, yet again! Knowing the type of onion to grow, spacing, irrigation, and more, it’s all about onions tonight! Grow The Right Onions For Your Area Onion Phases

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Row by Row Episode 222: Gardening In November

It’s November! What should you be doing in the garden this month? Is there anything to even be doing? Let’s talk gardening in November, based on your zone you may need a more ardent winterizing strategy than others. You should always know your hardiness zone! Find it here at Hoss University. The Basics of Gardening

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Row by Row Episode 221: Expert Pepper Gardening Tips

Tonight we’re joined by a special guest and friend, Pieter. Pieter has worked in the seed industry for many years and tonight, we will discuss everything peppers! From the different types of peppers, seed germination tips, soil media information, transplanting tips, and so much more! We’re going to even debunk some “pepper myths”! If you

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Row by Row Episode 220: Growing Strawberries At Home

It’s that time of year again, we always get excited when it’s time for growing strawberries at home. Don’t have a big garden? You can grow them too! Tonight, we give you tips on how you should be growing strawberries in-ground, in containers, towers, and much more! Growing Strawberries At Home Yes, there are many

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Row by Row Episode 219: 2022 Homesteaders of America

We went to Front Royal, Virginia a few days ago to the 2022 Homesteaders of America conference. We were blessed to be able to visit with old and new friends. Greg and Sheila got to meet with some of our affiliates that attended and met new homesteaders, customers, and even fans of Hoss Tools. 2022

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Row by Row Episode 218: The Right Carrots For Your Soil Type

Carrots come in all shapes and sizes. From the small Chantenay type to the long, straight Imperator type carrot; will they grow in your garden? We’re reviewing what types of carrots work best in what specific types of soils, and how to be successful growing carrots this season! GET DIRTY! So, are you growing the

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Cauliflower Growing Guide

Cauliflower is related to other brassica vegetables including broccoli, turnips, rutabaga, radish, wasabi, kale, cabbage, arugula, collard greens, and kohlrabi.

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Row by Row Episode 217: Choosing The RIGHT Garlic To Grow

Garlic is one of the easiest crops to grow in the home garden. You can plant a large amount in a small space, it doesn’t have many pests or diseases, and it loves cold weather. In fact, it’s so simple to grow that you can plant it and basically forget about it until you harvest

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