Gardening Tips
Host, Casey Hentges, shows us different seed kits and then we have information from last season to get your vegetable garden off to a great start.

Segment 1
1:20 To help get your started with indoor seed starting, Host Casey Hentges goes through the differences in a wide range of seed starting kits, from simple and inexpensive, to the more costly and long lasting.

Segment 2
8:34 In this segment host, Casey Hentges, builds a DIY Cold-Frame from recycled materials to get those spring seeds started early.

Segment 3
15:27 We join Jim Shrefler, SE Area Horticulture Specialist, for a quick tips on growing onions.

Segment 4
18:50 For the beginning vegetable gardeners we have the top 5 easy vegetables to grow.

Questions?

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