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  • A Good Blueberry Video

    Impressive berries and good videos at fukuberry.com

    jimmie aka JD | tallahassee.fl | zone.8b | davistating.eBay

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    The like the simplicity of hanging melons starting at the 1:14 mark...

    jimmie aka JD | tallahassee.fl | zone.8b | davistating.eBay

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    • #3
      Thanks for the link, JD. I've been watching the videos the past few days. I found a playlist for them which makes watching easier. Very nice to see a master gardener at work. They use their space very efficiently, and their beds seem quite fluid. It's too bad there aren't subtitles in English so I would know more of what they were doing.
      SoCal, zone 10.
      www.ourfigs.com Invite your friends.

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      • JD
        JD commented
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        Hey Gina. I too have been watching these videos regularly. I agree about watching a master gardener. It comes with time, experience, growing the soil and a symbiosis with the Earth. I sent the farmer a message about 10 days ago asking some questions: what is the blueberry rootstock, what are those wire connectors used for the trellises, and what are the ingredients in his 'bokashi'? No answer yet. I also sent a few links to select videos, included some time marks and asked for translations. The quality of his produce, not only his blueberries, are a testament to his soil.

    • #4
      Here's a video from the same source showing grafting blueberries.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGJa...v1gzc&index=99
      SoCal, zone 10.
      www.ourfigs.com Invite your friends.

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      • #5
        Here is the latest bb grafting video.
         
        Zone 8B, Texas

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        • #6
          Interesting practice at the 5:08 mark as well as a renewed interest in learning Japanese.

          jimmie aka JD | tallahassee.fl | zone.8b | davistating.eBay

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          • #7
            Not sure what he was doing but it was just wrong.
            Cutting sales have ended for the season. Plant sales will start March 1 at 8 eastern time. If it is still too cold in your area I can hold your plants till a date of your choosing.

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