John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you 5 ways he “cheats” at gardening to harvest his vegetables sooner and get larger and bigger harvests.

In this episode, John will share with you some of his most important tips for planting out your summer garden. You will learn how he has plants he can almost harvest from the time he plants them into his garden.

You will also learn the importance of soil, and John transplants each potted plant in his garden using a specific method to provide the best home for the new transplant.

You will discover the importance of having the proper temperature when planting and why John does not plant his summer crops right after the last frost date.

Finally, John will share how he gives his plants a boost if they are turning yellow and may not be growing that fast.

Jump to the following parts of this episode:
02:45 Tip #1: plant out the biggest plants you can afford
03:40 Support Me By Purchasing a GYGTee Shirt
04:10 Tip #2: Have the best Soil You can possibly Get
07:18 Tip #3: Planting into Garden Properly
14:04 Tip #4: Plant into your garden at the proper time
16:20 Tip #5 :Give Your Plant a Boost

After watching this episode, you will learn the 5 ways John “cheats” at vegetable gardening so he can harvest his crops sooner rather than later.

Referenced Episodes:
Best Soil in Texas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuvmXjFJhQY

Chris Alexander Episode
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cO1AixHESI

Blended Soil Episode
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hN0LqS1Mac

How to Harden off Your Plants
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5rEf7pWTwk
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