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8 Tips For Growing FRUIT TREES! Organic Gardening

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These 8 Tips For Growing Fruit Trees can help take your gardening harvests to the next level. If you want to get consistent Harvests with little work, and have a Perennial foundation of food security then Fruit Trees are for you! Are you willing to spend $2 on a soda that will do little to no good for you, but not $25 on a Fruit Tree that can feed you for most of your life? The investments we put in now is what will make us or break us in the future. Five Years go by quick, and you canโ€™t eat from a Tree you donโ€™t plant!

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Jennifer Prescott says:

Your peaches made my mouth water..you can google trees for your zone..I'm going with bare root this winter, it seems to have a better start..thank you James, your amazing

Indah SharingEverything says:

Thank you for sharing, I wonder I can plant cherry, apple, plum, n peach trees here but I live in somewhere near equator's line ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ (apple only can be planted on the highland)
Greetings from Indonesia ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฉ

Dennis Stinson says:

Good advice James,it obviously works judging by the success of the trees in your food forest. You know the old saying , the best time to plant a tree is ten years ago, the next best time is now,today! Good job.

OneVision23 says:

Just found your channel the other day. I greatly appreciate your videos, as I live in western pa so it is nice to see similar zone.

Robert Rembert says:

Great video James! Good steady energy to keep the momentum! If you have a cedar apple rust problem – then check out Jujubees! Very hardy, disease resist, beautiful, and super sweet and nutritious fruits! Taste like the crispest apple, and preserve as easy as a bowl of fruits in a kitchen, they dehydrate on their own! Do you have any? Diversity…
The tips were really well put! If there is one job that i really really, really love – is planting fruit trees! A whole forest full of diversity trees!!! Food forest revolution!! Thanks for the good work!

hxcdanny3x says:

greetings from manasquan! how do you keep the squirrels under control?

Moizez Reis says:

Hello, your channel is wonderful, everything is fine, congratulations for your work.

Zuzana Roubal says:

Hi. I want to change grass into the mulch under my fruit trees but I am not sure how to colect leaves in autum. My trees are pretty big. What do you do with leaves?

dionswann says:

Cultivars and variety are different, for example Malus domestica โ€˜Granny Smithโ€™ is a cultivar, whereas Betula utilis var. jacquemontii is a variety.

zully lozano says:

Iโ€™m a new subscriber, brand new gardener and home owner. Iโ€™m working towards creating my food forest and find your videos truly inspirational. I was wondering what variety of peaches you are growing? Iโ€™m trying to figure out what to plant next spring. I live in northern VA.

BobMels Gardens says:

Very valuable information. I wish I had heard this 20 years ago. I learnt the hard way. Best wishes Bob.

Marsha Balderrama says:

Hi James, we get lots of wend in the spring time. And this year I got no cherries because we hot a late frost in the spring when the blossoms we're set. Can you show us you watering system you have for your trees?

K. Howe says:

…there's something for your mind right there…๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”

Jean-Daniel Joubert says:

This is COOL!

Plant-Based Experiment says:

Why do you talk with commas. Please talk normal. I like the content though

Pavlovafowl - Organic Forest Garden Poultry says:

Excellent video, I really enjoyed watching it. Just my 10 cents worth, I'd always buy bare root but also I would go to the nursery and get it dug out, that way it doesn't need to be pruned to be sent by post. When we arrived here 20 years ago we actually had a cider apple orchard but we grafted on some eating apples too and we now have a good mixed orchard. We learned pruning and we got free grafting wood by volunteering at an apple conservatory to do their orchard pruning for a day – it was an excellent way to learn and fun too! All the very best, Sue

Pacific Permaculture says:

Prigioni coming in hot ! ! Your videos continue to get better.You are more relaxed now in them, and the edits are great.Keep it growing ! ! !

hang huynh says:

Its wonderful…๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹. Can u give me some friuts now???

princess crystalisnice says:

You sure right James! You can't eat from a tree that you don't plant.๐Ÿ˜ƒ ๐ŸŒฒ๐Ÿ€๐ŸŒฒ๐ŸŒณ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ’๐ŸŽ๐ŸLove your videos great job

live foodage says:

keep it rolling James !

Phyllis White says:

What do you do with suckers coming up from the root?

Phyllis White says:

Whoa. That was some fast talking. Thank you for teaching.

Nicholas Wenzel says:

amazing video, amazing production quality and you are an amazing man james! you are definitely a role model for me to follow as a young man.

Lucky Angel says:

Wise words indeed. Tfs.

Angelo Donegan says:

James I'm telling man your videos inspire…

Angelo Donegan says:

Have you tried growth bags… I use Walmart bags..50 / PC…

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