DIY Garden Ideas: STOP WEEDS!! Easy ideas..simple tools..organic soil building fun!

Today’s farm vlog is part of our DIY garden ideas (series) I’ll show you an easy and simple way to STOP WEEDS! Simple an easy DIY gardening tips that help build organic material in your soil with cool tools that you may have never seen before! Hope ya’ll enjoy and learn a bit!

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Comments

Charles New says:

ground cloth and holes for your plants work well for weeds too,love the weed hole its the best for weeding i agree

ADMA says:

Josh did say he would never grow weed on his farm. Man of his word.

Minnesota Outsider says:

How can I start a farm with my 112 John Deere and E140 John Deere

Lance Sheppard says:

Any ideas on Colorado potato bugs? Ive tried all home remedies. Lol nothing has helped yet

Jason Steele says:

Great video

John Smith Smith says:

Low down on the hoe down.lol.elbow grease.

ADMA says:

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Phil.Paula Stocks says:

One more tool you need.
A good flat file.
Nothing makes weeding more work than a dull hoe.
At least half the effort with a good sharp hoe.
Brand new hoes are no where near sharp.

Deep South Homestead says:

Elbow grease! That is how we roll at Deep South, hoes, rakes and lots of personal attention. Great advice

Redneck Rider says:

How can people dislike this video because this is cool

Thomas Desmond says:

What do you do about goffers?

Ohh Paul says:

We always called that a scuttle hoe, and I am not exactly sure why, maybe because it resembles a beetle scuttling on the ground? Your garden looks great, what was that about watermelons?

Jackie C says:

Thanks for the video. Garden is looking good. Keep up the good work and videos.

singleman says:

Agreed Josh. DEEP mulch …It ain’t a ‘cure all’, but it’ll help a LOT with weeds. Supplement with blood meal and comfrey tea every other year to mitigate any nitrogen and mineral deficiency.

General Repair says:

Josh,
I’ll have my garden up and the next day or two trying to figure out how to use iMovie I switch to a MacBook Pro no more windows 10 for me so my question for you tonight Josh what kind of mulch do I use in my garden I got cedar out front from my herbs. What should I use in my outback garden it’s approximately an acre away from the house .softwood hardwood maple pine something I can get at a nursery ?
General repair ❤️

Janine Park says:

I love my hula hoe, and I always mulch even the places I don’t plant stuff. Lay down old newspaper, top with mulch and it keeps the soil moist as well as prevents weeds. Plus when I water, I have a place to walk that isn’t all muddy.

Brandon Greenleaf says:

Do I have to rake out the dead grass and weeds if I’m just putting cloth and rocks over the spot for a fire pit area? Thanks. Love your videos

Tim Griffith says:

Nice garden! Hope the new pasture is doing well.

Jalopy Joe says:

Got rid of that hoe. Causing me too much stress and too much money.

But
got me a Hula Ho like yours and works great but can never find one with a good handle.

Arnold Romppai says:

you got that right every man needs a really good hoe, you cannt geter done with out one, getting wood chips were you are free is great, but not here, the hydro line crews chip the brush and blow it all right back on the right of way, the the tree cutting yard guys sell it to all the hundreds of garden shops and the garden shops bag it and sell it, load your pick up or trailer for $35 a bucket, the city crews have to take it to the city land fill, the out lying town ships sell theres to the big landscaping companies, what i do i go to our every equipment rental store and rent the biggest wood chipper on 4 wheels for $250 a day, its a big unit it will eat up 2 or more 8 inch trees at a time, i load the back end with my boom truck, i do this for 2 or 3 days every 2 or 3 years and clear all my under brush dying trees, unwanted trees on the land, and get me a huge pile, i sell off enough to cover the rental and feul, the rest i use over the next few years..there is no such thing as free wood chips hear, the demand is to high, all the dairy farmers now have new barns with composting system built into the bottom level of the barns and they sell ready made compost by the tandem load, for $400 a load and you have to bring your own dump truck or hire one on top of that, what i been doing in my big garden for years i had bought 2 big troy built tiller back in the day when troy built was still owned by troy built, i use to till gardens and lawns every year from morning to night, minimum $35 a pop or 75$ an hour cash, i plant my rows 30″ a part, i load the rows with chicken and cow poo, straw hay and all, from the winter, when the plants are 10 to 12″ high i till between the rows then i put the hilling attachment on and go though the rows hilling everyone, in a day everything is done and from there the plants chock all the weeds out, makes for nice pickin too, everything’s up high, there is no time to plant a second or 3rd planting, the frost will kill it dead before the 2nd one makes anything

Charlie M says:

Turn in your man card Josh! Crocs? hahaha. Might suggest you look into lime dust and Epson salt too for your ‘maters.

Joseph Perri says:

Hey Josh, how is that dewalt pancake compressor holding up?

Steve Guarneri says:

Looking good!!

Gerhard Braatz says:

Lets face it. Gardening is work. If you won,t get out there and donate some time each day, then you are wasting your time.

Sugar Pumpkin Farms says:

Great video and Great job. Garden looking great.

toot tall says:

You should check out Paw paw at Doin it cheap to learn how to control the weeds without all the work and no chemicals. His method works well, he put down cardboard first, then cut holes in it for each plant. The cardboard does much as the mulch would, but doesn’t allow weeds to grow at all. He also has a vid on how to make a good hoe. It’s a four sided hoe that always has one sharp side. More mulch keeps more water in, and it degrades into good biomass for the garden so does the cardboard method. When you’re old like me, less work the better. You should only plant when the farmers almanac says its’ good time to plant. a beer box with a hole in it for the plant would work well.

TheCrouchRanch says:

Man! That’s an awesome garden. I plan on growing the size of our garden next year but it’s going to be a few years before we are able to get anything like that one going. Nice work! – Mike

Peter Mavus says:

Josh a further tip on pepper plants use a week solution of Epson salt on them True they excellerate with 70 degree or better nights

Trevor Holland says:

It’s really good to rotate your gardens out every couple years and you have the room to do so like give the ground a rest I guess so

Patrick Flynn says:

Learning as you go is the best way to learn.

Dave Gergely says:

Anyone know if Rural King sells Elbow Grease? lol

Cross Christian Fellowship Rt, 66 says:

No onions?

Peter Mavus says:

I use my grass clippings No Peppers? Need em with the sausage you make from the pig Nothing like a good sausage and pepper sandwich! WOOOOOO

Arkansas Pilgrim says:

That”weed-cutting” hoe came out when I was a kid, back in the late 60’s or early 70’s. It was called a “Hula Ho”. I love it.

tilapiastew says:

A single layer of cardboard boxes laid on the garden paths is another great weed suppressant that you can just till into the soil at the end of the season to add biomass to the soil. You also might want to try some heirloom tomatoes for some variety.

STREETRODDER says:

HULA-HO: The weeder with the wiggle! Introduced in 1961, The Original Hula Ho Weeder (a.k.a. stirrup hoe) forever changed the way gardeners weed and cultivate their gardens. Includes a heat treated, self-sharpening blade that works beneath the soil surface to cut weeds at the roots with a back and forth motion.

DOWNTOWN TO SMALLTOWN FARMING says:

My stirrup hoe is my favorite tool. I also use a dandelion weeder for small areas.
I’m going with a no till method to reduce weed pressure however i used a little horse manure from my neighbor. Bad idea. (Weeds everywhere)
Using my natural soil on 80% of my garden beds and weed pressure is very low.
Bug pressure is another story.

David says:

Hey man love the Chanel! I really enjoy watching and appreciate all the info you give. Your enthusiasm is awesome!! Your videos are a great break from the day to day grind. Thanks brother!!

Ron Tucker says:

That’s a really nice garden Josh. Thanks for the great gardening tips. I always enjoy your vlog!

Pete Aubin says:

I though workin a hoe was illegal whether in the garden or not……lmao…….sorry, couldn’t resist

jordan stone says:

It’s a bow rack

hillbillydualsport says:

Love it !

gabo olmedilla says:

Please make a video with the 100 dollars truck and men one more thing thanks for your great videos

Two Farm Boys says:

As long as your willing to work and Mother Nature feels sorry for you, you’ll have a good garden! 😀 Great video!

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