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Big October Vegetable Garden Harvest (2018): Local Food At Its Best!

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Please join me for a vegetable garden harvest in October before temperatures drop below freezing!

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Contents:
0:24 Sweet Potatoes
1:52 Butternut Squash
3:04 Peppers
4:00 Eggplant
4:13 Tomatoes
4:57 Tomatillos
5:48 Beans

Oscar the cat cameos:
0:38 3:20 6:38 6:53 7:01

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Get your OYR hoodies, t-shirts, and mugs here: https://teespring.com/stores/one-yard-revolution Use promo code OCT2018 for $2 discount through October 2018
Contents:
0:24 Sweet Potatoes
1:52 Butternut Squash
3:04 Peppers
4:00 Eggplant
4:13 Tomatoes
4:57 Tomatillos
5:48 Beans

Oscar the cat cameos:
0:38 3:20 6:38 6:53 7:01

7 gallon grow bags: https://amzn.to/2IpPspP

How You Can Support OYR without spending a penny:
If you shop on Amazon, you can support OYR simply by clicking this link (bookmark it too) before shopping: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=oneya-20

John Wakamatsu says:

I think that it is great that you can harvest vegetables at the end of October. The Mikan and Yuzu fruits are beginning to ripen and should be ready in a few weeks. The low temperatures are still in the 60F and the high today was 77F.

sanctuary woods says:

Beautiful harvest ! Sure hope you share us that indian recipe for the eggplant. : )

Nendria nendria says:

What a haul!!!

FlowerGrower Smith says:

Very nice harvest Patrick! I love how you mention how you will use each crop. Well, while you're wrapping up, we're just gearing up for the new season here in Australia. It's been a chilly start though!! Will you do a video showing how you put your garden beds to sleep for winter???

Sarah Kay says:

I would like to know how you get your butternut squash to stay on the trellis?
Mine always have to be tied. Could you share the variety you grow?

Jessica Breed says:

Hi Patrick. Your harvest looks wonderful. I have a question regarding the large round metal container you dug your sweet potatoes out of. Did you do anything to the bottom, like drilling holes or opening it up so the plants/roots could go down into the soil beneath. I moved over the summer from the Chicago area and am now up in the Madison, WI area. I have made raised beds and am incorporating one of the metal containers like yours, so I should be all ready for spring! I have planted 2 apple trees and garlic. So excited. Your videos are such an inspiration. Thank you

ToraValenzuela says:

Great harvest!

Allotmental says:

Fabulous harvest. The garden is loosing its green pretty quickly.

louiseanderwin1 says:

Lovely harvest. Looking forward to you winter crop videos.

UncleDutchFarms says:

Great video, thanks for sharing! I love watching people harvest their abundance 🙂

Morgan Brunson says:

Sweet potatoes take 125-130 days to mature. Those root hairs are from being left too long in the ground and moisture

Lorann Harris says:

Great harvest. I think beans and peppers are the two veggies I hate most to see the frost take.

Jim F says:

That is awesome, you are inspiring!

annkus3 says:

So when you eat the beans, do you eat them as they are? or do you need to cook them first.

Suffolk Susie Zone 7 says:

IMPRESSIVE. You really raise the bar on what smaller gardens can do. Such an amazing garden. I'm always looking forward to your postings.

chevy6299 says:

Nothing like a box to give a cat enjoyment. The harvest was good too.

Shane Millard says:

How do you go about having such limited amount of plants? The seed packets have tons in them and the other seeds could be wasted. Thanks!

Annie: Lewis says:

Missed Oscar glad to see he's doing well, nice looking harvest as usual.

Serena McCoy says:

The wooden crates you use to store crops are great! Where did you get them?

hope crews says:

I am always astonished on how large your harvests are Patrick! I did have some pretty good ones myself this year by implementing some of your tips and tricks, so thank you for constantly and sharing, encouraging and teaching the gardening world!

Eleanor O'Connor says:

oh what a wonderful crop you had, my garden was over ridden with deer eating everything they could. Have to come up with a better way to keep the deer out.

Yvencia Simmons says:

Love its!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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