//How to grow Vegetables in Pots

How to grow Vegetables in Pots

How to grow Vegetables in Pots

Growing vegetables just got simpler. Your balcony, porch, or rooftop can now serve as mini-gardens. Watch this step-by-step how-to and Grow!

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By |2017-12-19T04:54:35-08:00December 19th, 2017|Categories: Gardening Videos|50 Comments

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  1. Rajani Sasikumar 2017-12-19 at 4:54 AM - Reply

    Hi Shoba,Lakshmi,Can we do the same in a hotplace like Dubai? Probably needs more water.Duh

  2. P. V Organic 2017-12-19 at 4:55 AM - Reply

    ninuwhenKarnataka

  3. Rahul Agrawal 2017-12-19 at 4:55 AM - Reply

    could i mix cow dunk to the soil in the form of manure

  4. Souptik Ferdinand Gupta 2017-12-19 at 4:57 AM - Reply

    What about sunlight ? How much is needed ?

  5. ARJUN AGRI 2017-12-19 at 4:58 AM - Reply

    We, at Arjun Organics, Coimbatore, South India, are manufacturing Organic Grow Bags, Vermicompost, organic manure, shade nets and country seeds, with which you can organise a beautiful terrace garden and even in your balcony you can grow all veggies and greens. please contact us at 09486212345, http://www.terrracegardening.in

  6. Farukh Shaikh 2017-12-19 at 5:01 AM - Reply

    Too much of intro didnt watch

  7. Maryam Ajmal 2017-12-19 at 5:02 AM - Reply

    I am from Chennai

  8. Fred Phillip 2017-12-19 at 5:04 AM - Reply

    dat oxblood top looks so good on you ūüėÄ

  9. 1hopefulman 2017-12-19 at 5:04 AM - Reply

    Thanks! Great video! I learned a lot.

  10. Isaac Jacob 2017-12-19 at 5:07 AM - Reply

    This is great work and I encourage this . Its something a lot of houses do in Kerala already and I have seen it.great work.My only question is when you say mix soap powder with chilly isn’t there chemicals in the soap and as a result I think I wouldn’t call it organic.Isn’t spraying compost tea an alternate option and a better one? I recently came across a company called BioBee which uses nature and other insects to naturally fight off pests.

  11. baljeet ahluwalia 2017-12-19 at 5:07 AM - Reply

    where is this place my dear, I would like to migrate there……please please tell me….where in banglore?

  12. Shivani Kamat 2017-12-19 at 5:07 AM - Reply

    Is it just me or did she forget to turn the mic on??

  13. Vasudev Krishna 2017-12-19 at 5:09 AM - Reply

    how did u manage HQ audio?

  14. Nat√°lia Costard 2017-12-19 at 5:10 AM - Reply

    that was extremely helpful! thank you so much

  15. Kuldeep Gautam 2017-12-19 at 5:12 AM - Reply

    really nice

  16. Maryam Ajmal 2017-12-19 at 5:16 AM - Reply

    I have just started vegetable garden. Can anyone help me with using grow bags? Lakshmi, can please give info on the same. Mostly about drain holes in grow bags. Where to make that and how many

  17. Tc Anderson 2017-12-19 at 5:16 AM - Reply

    Thanks for inspiring and supporting us "micro farmers." ¬†I love knowing there are others out there who are trying their hand at growing their own food. ¬†My daughter and I enjoy your videos. ¬†We started growing mint on our terrace two years ago and have graduated to lemon verbena, rosemary, thyme, parsley, tomatoes and cherry tomatoes, white potatoes, chives, green beans, sweet and hot peppers, kale, lettuce, garlic, onions, squash, fennel, oats, watermelon, cucumbers, carrots, and now we’ve added grapes. ¬†Between all the veggies, my daughter has added flowers — petunias, plumbago, roses, gardenias, and more, to attract pollinators. The formerly empty terrace is now the center of our home, where we have tea, eat lunch and meditate every day. ¬†Our visitors absolutely love it as well. ¬†So, thanks for your efforts, Lakshmi.

  18. An Asian's Road To Purpose 2017-12-19 at 5:18 AM - Reply

    Hi new subscriber here, I love this video, I have started my own organic garden a week ago and I am very excited with the project. Please visit my channel (and subscribe, if you like) Thanks

  19. Lydia Chai 2017-12-19 at 5:19 AM - Reply

    Please do more videos. I really appreciate watching such videos – planting using recycled items. =)

  20. Nancy gibbs 2017-12-19 at 5:20 AM - Reply

    there is no sound at all we can only watch but not follow can u pls rectify

  21. Mojo Jojo 2017-12-19 at 5:21 AM - Reply

    Where is sound …………? Though everyone is praising your efforts. But couldn’t get anything audible except last few seconds of music.

  22. abdul azeez 2017-12-19 at 5:23 AM - Reply

    no sounds 

  23. ARJUN ORGANICS 2017-12-19 at 5:24 AM - Reply

    ARJUN ORGANICS 1 second ago
    ¬†We,at ARJUN ORGANICS, Coimbatore, South India, are manufacturing Grow Bags, Vermi Compost, Organic Manure, ¬†and Country seeds, with which you can grow Vegetables, Greens, Herbs ORGANICALLY ¬†without using Chemical Fertilizers, and Pesticides , and Live a Healthy Life ever. ARJUN”s HOME FARMING ¬†for Health and Happiness. ¬†ARJUN ORGANICS, 094422 12345, http://www.terracegardening.in

  24. Laya Raagitha 2017-12-19 at 5:25 AM - Reply

    very bad technique…. sorry for saying that but I think the potting mix is not at all good and when you spray the soap water it isn’t organic any more…. there is no need for the drainage in the the containers until you have good no. of holes…. :/

  25. Mohamed Salim 2017-12-19 at 5:31 AM - Reply

    Why You Should Eat Organic Food?

  26. SHAIKHOO 2017-12-19 at 5:31 AM - Reply

    Hi Lakshmi Reecca nice information

  27. sujay k 2017-12-19 at 5:34 AM - Reply

    thank you Lakshmi

  28. Narayanan Pcb 2017-12-19 at 5:34 AM - Reply

    what about pestcides?

  29. Milan Kumar 2017-12-19 at 5:36 AM - Reply

    Very interesting indeed. I have also developed an organic terrace garden on the seventh floor of our building (In Mumbai) by recycling kitchen waste and other waste like plastic, discarded building bamboos, brick debris etc. This video will show that you can get amazing yields even in pots on a terrace. Here’s the link.
    Organic Terrace Gardening

  30. Fernando Garcia 2017-12-19 at 5:36 AM - Reply

    The audio sucks in this video.

  31. lohith h 2017-12-19 at 5:37 AM - Reply

    nice video to motivate starters. but its not good at all to use plastics for growing veggies because of BPA and hell no for used paint buckets lot of heavy metal contamination, the whole point of being organic will be screwed. It is always better and safe to use earthen pots for growing veggies..

  32. Shymoe Daniel 2017-12-19 at 5:38 AM - Reply

    What is the plant they demonstrated with? I cant understand what she is saying

  33. tony raj 2017-12-19 at 5:39 AM - Reply

    love dis word…organic farming…tq laxmi..

  34. Akul Darji 2017-12-19 at 5:39 AM - Reply

    Thank you for inspire to helpfully tips

  35. Man.krisna. Kontrkatr 2017-12-19 at 5:39 AM - Reply

    aavaj kaha gai

  36. fakrudheen ahmed 2017-12-19 at 5:41 AM - Reply

    nice work.
    regards
    green care organics

  37. Lucia Bakova 2017-12-19 at 5:41 AM - Reply

    Could you pls write in detail, how to make that chilli spray to avoid plant disease? It is little hard to understand. Thank you for making this video. :.)

  38. Joanna Avery 2017-12-19 at 5:41 AM - Reply

    I can’t hear a thing

  39. Willow Leaf 2017-12-19 at 5:41 AM - Reply

    the re is no sound to tuis video

  40. Latha Pillai 2017-12-19 at 5:42 AM - Reply

    No sound in this video . plzzz check

  41. Khan Productionz 2017-12-19 at 5:42 AM - Reply

    luv the video from south africa…………………

    sustainable gardening to feed people.

  42. pheadrasfall 2017-12-19 at 5:45 AM - Reply

    I hear so many good things about that coco peat/coir she used am sure easier to find in India as they produce it there ,hard to find here in southern california gonna have to¬† mail order it in small bricks..they say it doesn’t get hard or dry up like peat moss does where you can’t get water to flow into your dirt in containers good for making mix for houseplants too..enviroment friendly .anyone understand about how to make that plant oil I barely could understand don’t want to make it too strong or use wrong ingredients..can I use any dry chiles? how much oil /garlic etc ..

  43. ch sairam 2017-12-19 at 5:47 AM - Reply

    wow lakshmi…

  44. Ravinder Raju 2017-12-19 at 5:48 AM - Reply

    Audio is not clear.

  45. Uk Ksa 2017-12-19 at 5:48 AM - Reply

    I. love lakshmi

  46. julian correa 2017-12-19 at 5:50 AM - Reply

    thank you !

  47. Shaik ajmat 2017-12-19 at 5:53 AM - Reply

    it is not audible

  48. star auto industries 2017-12-19 at 5:54 AM - Reply

    ARE YOU HARVESTING THE TOMATO FOR YOUR EVERYDAY CONSUMPTION.IF YES HOW MANY PLANTS YOU NEED FOR THAT. PL.

  49. Paul Thomas 2017-12-19 at 5:54 AM - Reply

    A wonderful clip – thanks for the info !

  50. atifa khan 2017-12-19 at 5:54 AM - Reply

    there is no voice in this episode

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