2022 GroVid Harvest Recap

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A Quick Recap of my 2022 GroVid Harvest Results!

This is my END of 202 SEASON Garden harvest recap.

Follow my latest video as I show you the results of my season of sowing, planting, and harvesting.

Seedlings began in February, as early as 1st Feb, for Onions, Mid Februray for Peppers, and Mid March for most everything else. Outside, Potato went into the ground on St. Patrick's Day, March 17th. Most of my transplants went into Grow Bags early May, depending on the type of plant and it's cold tolerance.

Remember, I spent a week transitioning the seedlings outside, before going into ground...

Overall, my garden had twice the number of plants, and yet, most species were simply too few ripened fruit to be plucked! Most of the results of the lower than xpected harvest, was due to an extreme drought for 5 weeks, early July.
My garden, as alwys, was a chance to feed my friends and family, in the only way I know how, to serve them! Growing my own fresh, healthy food is how I do that best.

And that makes me smile... better for the planet, better for my own family.

How did your garden fair this season?

Let me know below in the comments...

Show me your garden!
Leave me a comment, below...
and a link to your #GroVid22 garden!

It's time to take control of your own food supply,
your own health and your own lives.

The GroVid22 Challenge:
Grow Your OWN is not just a simple short challenge,
it's about taking control of your future!

Happy Gardening and Cheers,

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Nice recap. I have a journal but haven't put it together in a summary. We had a good year. First year for this garden so not sure what to expect or frankly what a "good" year is. We are a bit milder since we are further north and we watered often. Plus all the beds were new with fresh top soil. We had a lot of fun with it so I guess that makes it a "good" year.

I am not positive, this is either year 6 or 7. (Although, container pots gardening for even longer.)
My typical Grow Bags are 1/3 soil from last year, 1/3 compost, 1/3 peat/coco coir), plus amendments n fertilizers... and yeah, definitely you had slightly more rain - less heat too. That's ok, we all go thru cycles.

For me, I didnt seriously start tracking the gardens until 2020. Before, it was more of a "gut feel"
now, I track each plant, weights for harvest, and more. It may seem geeky, but, it did help me to decide on some different varieties to stop growing, since they aren't really productive. Plus, what can I say? Geek at heart.

Great recap @bluefinstudios 👋🏻😊
To bad it was a bit less than expected this year due to the drought.
Hope a better garden success next season 😊😎

nicely done summary and love how the video flowed.