In my first book The 20 FOOT Tomato Plant I teach you how to build the WaterStick. A device that allows you to water, fertilize, and give my organic pest repellents to your plants directly at ROOT level. You use up to 75% LESS water, fertilizer, and organic pest repellent than by doing surface watering. Basically put, you use LESS water to grow MORE food. If you garden in a state where DROUGHT is prevalent , this device will come in VERY handy, helping you conserve WATER, grow LOTS of food, which will help save you MONEY !!!!
For those of you who have bought the book and either don’t have the time or capability to build your own WaterSticks, I have partnered with a very reputable company ( Sanders Irrigation in Chattanooga TN ), to manufacture and sell the WaterStick for me. This is the ONLY company allowed to manufacture and sell The WaterStick !!!!!
So click on the link below to visit my friends at Sanders Irrigation to order your WaterSticks and tell Jim I sent you.
Find this same link at Sanders Irrigation to Purchase The WaterStick !!!!!
December 12, 2014 and we are still growing vegetables in Garden #2. We are growing Broccoli, Romaine Lettuce, Spinach, and Carrots. In my 2nd book The 20 FOOT Tomato Plant II – The Next Season, I teach you how to build this Garden, Hoop Frame, and a new way to HEAT your Garden for as little as .25¢ a DAY !!! I also teach you how to build / make several other of my inventions for gardening NOT seen in Book I. We’re hoping to have Book II up for sale by late January or early February, so keep checking our website.
Aug. 1st 2014 This is the last photo taken of Tomato Garden No. 2 before the thunderstorms of Aug. 20th that destroyed my gardens and MANY others in our area. The ONLY tomato plants to make it through the storm were my Better Boys in Garden No. 1., and even they were severely damaged. Before the storm they were 12 1/2 FEET tall. After the storm, they were 8 FEET tall. It is making it very difficult to pick tomatoes from them squashed down like that, but it is too difficult and dangerous to try to prop them back up, so we are doing the best we can with what is left in the garden. When all the green tomatoes in Garden No. 2 ripen, we will pull all the plants and get ready to replant with our Fall crops of Red and Green Romaine lettuce, Spinach, and Broccoli.
Aug. 1st 2014 This is the second of three blogs of the last photos taken of the gardens before the thunderstorms of Aug. 20th. I could barley stand or walk for several weeks, so I missed a lot of photo ops in August before the storm. This one is of both gardens and you can see how wonderful they were doing. Just before the storm, the Better Boys had reached 12 1/2 FEET tall and the tomato plants in garden 2 were mostly 8 to 10 feet tall.
Aug 1st 2014 This photo and the next couple blogs were the last photos taken in the gardens before the Thunderstorms of Aug. 20th, that destroyed many gardens in our area ( not just mine ). I was having trouble standing and walking, so I missed out on any further photo ops before the storm. The Better Boys were a little over 10 FEET tall when this photo was taken.
June 27th 2014 At the end of April, we planted 8 marble sized Norland Potato eyes. We used 1 WaterStick for each eye. 2 months later on June 27th, we dug them up and had grown 21 POUNDS of potatoes from 8 tiny little eyes, in 2 months. This was grown in a space that was 4′ x 1 1/2′ and using The WaterStick Grow System. Grow a LOT of food in very small spaces using the WaterStick Grow System. Learn how in our book The 20 FOOT Tomato Plant.