What are the easiest vegetables to grow in the garden? We’ll give you our list of the top 5 that don’t require much attention, water or weeding. PREMIUM …


  1. An easy way to make storage racks for your potatoes and onions. Go to the big box hardware store and buy a 24 inch wide coated wire closet shelf. I bought one 12 feet long and had them cut it into three four foot long pieces. Then get something like concrete blocks, bricks or scrap lumber and stack these shelves on it to separate the them and allow air flow. Easy and cheap. Costs me less than $60 for 12 feet of two foot wide storage shelves. These shelves are plenty strong enough to hold the storage crops without sagging.

  2. I wanna hear more crunchin, don't let those sissy bedwetters convince you not to eat on the show. When you fellers bite into some fresh veggies like you do I can almost taste it. It takes me back to walking through the garden with my dad and munchin on things that I myself cut off the plant, did a quick bug check and a little wipe and tore into it. They could hear me crunchin in the next county. Man oh man

  3. Just watched this episode and this might already be in your cucumber arsenal but… the Armenian cucumber is is one of the easiest and most rewarding crops. Plentiful and BIG fruits. Thin-skinned, light green in color, very mild, sweet flavor with no bitterness. And the fruits are typically in the 18-24" range!

  4. I have been curious about some "dual-purpose" cover crops. An example would be Purple Top Turnips or Southern Peas. Something that works well as a cover crop that you could also harvest from. Have you guys ever done anything like this? If so, what was your opinion? If not, why not?

  5. Great show as always, my tomato plants got Leaf footed bugs on them, I have tried to kill them by hand, but there can be fast. I have also sprayed them with Spinosad, but there still there. What can I spray them with that will kill them?

  6. Great show!!! I have a question about squash. I have 6 squash plant and they are producing a lot of females and some males. The males are not opening up. Right now I have 16 females that are opening and a lot of males that are not opening what can I do to insure I get good squash production

  7. Vining Okra!! Yes! I grew it several years from a friend who lives in NC (I’m in 9a, FL). I thought it was the most special thing because I never had heard of such. Then someone told me it was loofah and then this happened 🤯.

  8. Hey, Travis & Greg, great show. I'm learning so much from you. I have a question regarding pollinators. I've not seen one bee this year in Northern California. I'm in Zone 9. Usually bees are all over my flowering shrubs. I have 2 jasmine bushes that are huge and really loaded with flowers this year. Not 1 bee. So I'm planting things to bring in bees and I'm getting concerned. Someone gave me two beehives a couple months ago and I'll need to learn how to do that first, but should I be concerned about the vegetables I've already got blossoming like my cucumbers and squashes?

  9. You ever done a show on critter problems on the farm, not insects? We have deer, squirrel, rabbits, skunks, possums etc. Each with unique ways of invading. Mid-North Carolina, my garden with deep woods on 2 sides.

  10. I have a suggestion for a show, or if you have done it, maybe you can direct me to it. Help educate people how they can plan a summer garden to help get the most production. My thought is (for example) assume they have a smaller garden like 2 4×8 gardens..plant squash at xx date, let them produce until xx date before bugs get to bad, then plant another vegetable up until xx date. then start planning for fall garden and do the same.

  11. I have 6 plants of vine okra growing right now in the west coast here. We call it turai. Not really an okra, more of a cucumber type fruit. We Indians love this stuff just like regular okra which I'm also growing.

  12. I've watched a few of these and somehow never heard that he was your Dad! I recall hearing you mention his tomato prowess during a video though so glad to find out! 😂 Thanks for the info 👍

  13. Friday is my absolute favourite day of the week and it has nothing to do with the coming weekend and EVERYTHING to do with the Row by Row show!!! I’m in Australia and I have such seed envy and all I want is some Hoss Seeds, where on earth can I get some? Cheers, Tracey 🇦🇺

  14. My family has had green bean seeds in our family for probably 75 years. What is the process of getting seeds certified or registered (I’m not to sure what it’s called.)

  15. Growing three types of watermelons this year: Bradford, Jubilee, & Crimson Sweet. The Bradford is kind of a disappointment. Not very vigorous and just looks to be struggling..melons the size of softballs. The Jubilee, seems to be doing ok, but nothing to write home about. melons size of softballs now. The Crimson sweet is taking over the garden again! Melons size of bowling balls and plants very vigorous. I think this melon is very easy to grow.
    I'm growing 7 varieties of tomatoes and it's a tie with the Brickyard & Red Snapper for the most vigorous plants….Bella Rosa comes in at #3 and looking good!

  16. 5 EZ veg: Bush beans, Cucamelons no disease or pest pressure and tasty, Swiss chard eat raw in salad small or large sautéed, bunching onions grows Spring to Fall and greens…by the way my new fav is the Hoss greens mix….yum.

  17. My Top 5 easy Plants to grow
    – Sunchokes (Helianthus tuberosus)
    – Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum)
    – Chard (Beta vulgaris)
    – Winter Squash/Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo)
    – Collards (Brassica oleracea)

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