Re: [MittleiderMethodGardening] Check Out The New Mittleider Gardening Course Book - Totally Free!

 

Two Strings and 4 Stakes thanks you :-)  I shared on my FB site, thank you for bringing this particularly successful gardening method to light.

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On Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 2:24 PM, jim@growfood.com [MittleiderMethodGardening] <MittleiderMethodGardening@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
 

Group:


Now there is NO reason to wait!  I've made the NEW Mittleider Gardening Soil Basics Course available to YOU absolutely FREE!!


Simply click on this link - growfood.com/soil - and you have your personal copy !


This is 70 pages in full color, with color pictures and new and improved illustrations teaching how to grow a great garden in any soil, in virtually any climate.


We are convinced that EVERY FAMILY should have and grow a good garden, and this is our way to contribute.to making that happen.


Go to growfood.com/soil NOW - you'll be glad you did.


And tell your friends, family, and social media contacts about it.  Let's get a MILLION PEOPLE growing!


By the way, using this method you can grow a great garden using 2 strings and 4 stakes!  :)


Good Growing,


Jim Kennard


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[MittleiderMethodGardening] new updated Mittleider book

 

I just wanted to say the new updated book is wonderful, and I love all the color photos and illustrations!  I'm definitely glad I bought the update.  Thanks!

Teri of NC

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[MittleiderMethodGardening] Re: Caring for Cherry Tomato

 

I am sure they are indeterminate.  I was not sure if cherry tomatoes could be grown using single stem pruning methods or not.  So in my Mittleider garden software I set the software indicating that I would not be growing them vertically. Should I just let them "bush out" and not prune them at all?  Should I put them in a cage or do nothing and let them grow wild? I have never grown cherry tomatoes.  Thanks for your help.  Brad


Brad Group:

We always grow every variety of indeterminate the same way - One Row, 9" apart, trained up baling twine to opposite sides of the T-Frame setup, and all suckeres removed.  You can do as you choose of course.  :)

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[MittleiderMethodGardening] Caring for Cherry Tomato

 

Hi Jim,

This is Brad from TN.  I have about 2 each of 5 different varieties of cherry tomatoes.  Should I prune them?  Should I use the strings to encourage them to grow vertically?    How do you prune them or do you?


Thanks,


Brad


Brad Group:


You need to know if they are DETERMINATE (Patio varieties) or INDETERMINATE (will continue to grow taller and taller) first.


Determinate or patio varieties are not pruned, except to keep the leaves off the ground.


Indeterminate plants - if you are hoping to maximize the yield in a small space - are planted in one row, 9" apart and then they are trained up a baling twine string to opposite sides of a T-Frame, and all sucker stems are pruned off.


I recommend you get The Mittleider Gardening Course book at www.growfood.com/shop   This will teach and show you everything you need to know about growing tomatoes, as well as every other plant in your garden.


Best of success.


Jim Kennard

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[MittleiderMethodGardening] black walnut tree problem

 

Hi,

I transplanted a potted black walnut tree about 2 weeks ago.  The leaves looked healthy and green.  I gave it pre-plant and weekly feed at the time of transplant.  Here's a picture of what the leaves look like today on the entire tree.  Does anyone have any idea what this could be?  A nutrient deficiency?  Sun burn?  It is in full sun, and we've had a couple of hard rains since I transplanted it.

Thanks for any help!

Teri of NC


How much fertilizer did you apply to the soil when planting?  How large is the tree (caliper of the trunk)?

What is the watering regimen?

What was the size of the hole you dug?  Is there ample drainage, so the roots aren't sitting in water?

Jim Kennard

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