Planting Peppers, Beans & Radises The Eco Garden House Grow Indoors 247365 The WI Vegetable Gardener

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Joey give a update on the tomatoes and shows how to plant peppers and bush beans plus how you can get even more space out of your Eco GardenHouse by intercropping radishes

Episode #1 What is the Eco Garden House https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDr3K6EjG2k

Episode #2 Planting Tomatoes & Basil In The Eco Garden House Grow Indoors 24-7-365 The WI Vegetable Gardener https://youtu.be/Kzqm8EkZgSc
What is the Eco Garden House? It is the best all in 1 indoor growing unit you can buy. In this the 1st in a series of video on growing indoors with the Eco garden house Joey give a tour and talks about the great features the Eco Garden House has to offer to make growing indoor so easy. ecogardenhouse.com

The Eco Garden House™ is a fully self-contained indoor gardening system that simulates natural conditions and comes with everything you need to grow vitamin rich fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers and plants right in your own home.

Where you can buy the Eco Garden House.
http://bit.ly/WisVegGardener
http://bit.ly/WisVegGar

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4 thoughts on “Planting Peppers, Beans & Radises The Eco Garden House Grow Indoors 247365 The WI Vegetable Gardener

    David Moffitt said:
    September 30, 2016 at 20:22

    Joey, are you worried at all about the moisture retention in the room with the Eco Garden, causing black mold? It seems like the ventilation would transfer a consider amount into the room.

      The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener responded:
      September 30, 2016 at 22:02

      No we have the irrigation system set to keep the soil damp and the heat the come out of the Eco Garden system we have found to be a dry heat I can not tell there is any moisture

    Tony Tart said:
    September 30, 2016 at 21:38

    HOW DO YOU POLLINATE THE TOMATOES ,PEPPERS AND BEANS?????????????????

      The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener responded:
      September 30, 2016 at 22:00

      tomatoes green beans and peppers, are self-pollinating so all we will do is tap the steam of the plants and the pollen will fall and and pollinate there is some air flow that will help that come from the fans in the system

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