High fruit yield in the soil(cucumber)

High fruit yield in the soil(cucumber)

This works very well for larger seeds such as these. When trying to germinate really small seeds on paper towels, those minuscule root hairs get terribly tangled in the paper fibers and you’ll end up ripping them out. Echinacea is about the smallest seed I’ve hd luck with on paper.When I see people doing stuff […]

This works very well for larger seeds such as these.

When trying to germinate really small seeds on paper towels, those minuscule root hairs get terribly tangled in the paper fibers and you’ll end up ripping them out.

Echinacea is about the smallest seed I’ve hd luck with on paper.When I see people doing stuff like this, I realize, humans are incredible!

That’s just so cool! Wish I can do these awesome stuff some day.

This video was beyond helpful and informative with each step by step and I’m really excited to start growing these at home.

Thank you so much.Interesting idea doing it right out of the soil bags. I grow mine vertically because I have limited space here, I only have about a 6’ span to grow my cucumbers along the side of my home.

I get a great harvest but the only spot for the sun needed is surrounded by grass and last year my plants were infested with powdery mildew by late summer.

Wondering if growing them out of the bags would deter this from happening.

I think the drip watering system was what really gave him such great yields.

Didn’t look like he had a ton of sunlight.Likely this growing timeline was accomplished in a hot climate.

It would be helpful to know in what zone this was accomplished. Also wondering if there could be 3 plants per bag instead of just.

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