Help, Advice, Secret Tips for Growing World Record Vegetables

We have experience growing giant pumpkins, giant watermelons, long gourds, giant sunflowers, giant tomatoes, giant groundsel, giant gourds, and more. Using proven seeds and Mark’s Mix fertilizer.

What a Load of Manure!

Some basics here for the new grower. It all starts with a load of manure!

I like to use 8-year-old horse and sawdust from a local horse farm. It looks like brown fluffy soil. That is what you are looking for, not the stinky stuff that smells like poo! If it has that strong odor, then it needs to go back into a compost pile for a year or so.

There is a lot of confusion about what manure really is and how to use it. 

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Tips From Mark on Growing

First, you need to find a sunny location for 8 hours of sun a day or more is best. 6 hours a day will produce a pumpkin, however the more sun the better. You can grow watermelons/tomatoes/cucumbers/beans/ whatever you may choose to grow for the dinner table. Marks Mixes are natural ingredients and Marks Special Tea is as Organic as a product can be. So feel free to use Marks Mixes for all your plants, veggies and my special blend is great for Giants with no harmful systemic effects on any plants. This usually comes from pesticides & fungicides you apply, that is your choice to grow organic or not to at that point.

So most of us test our soil for better results. However, if you grow in very sandy soil as I will be in 2019. Marks Mixes Bloom or Grow will provide all the Macro & micro-nutrients your plants need to grow most any garden. Like growing hydro, no test needed.

So the Beginners pack for $30 would be a great place to start growing a garden. $20 more will get you on the Secret Facebook page to ask questions from experience gardens & you get access to free seeds from many WWGG members & win prize $$ we do have novice awards each year.

The more serious growers we like to till our soil and amend to our soil test results each season. We use walk boards to ensure we don’t compact the soil. When growing on sand you may not need as many walk boards but still not a bad idea to use them. We train the vines & prune the plant as it grows, all tertiary vines are terminated from the secondary vines. Our goal is to grow as big as a plant as possible by early to mid-June. Then as the female flowers(baby pumpkin)appear on the plant we start to shift to fruit growing mode. The biggest challenge becomes keeping the bugs & critters from destroying the plant. This is where most not so serious gardeners lose the battle. If you choose organic or other methods? You must stop the bugs! I always ask my Children.” what’s the worst thing that bugs do”? They bug you !! You must deal with the bugs or game over by early July in most areas.

If I still have your attention. You may be a more serious gardener & ready for the 6 pack Membership This gives you all 6 products for the PREMIUM garden with champion results & seeds by request. Marks Special Tea with Kelp extract contains amino acids-Humid-Fulvic & more to green your patch to its maximum level.

If you like to grow organic? Marks Special Tea increases calcium uptake which has proven in tests to stifle powdery mildew. So either way novice gardener or Champion we will help you grow your dream patch. Marks Mixes Natural chelated fertilizers.

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