How to Harvest and Prune Herbs like Basil and Oregano, so They Grow Twice as Big!

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How to Prune Basil

Are you keeping up with your basil pruning this summer? If you aren't quite sure how to do it, watch this video and I'll show you how! Follow us Here: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Email: Send Mail To - 580 S Oregon St, Ontario, Oregon 97914 Gear we use:

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Basil, How To Grow More Than You Can Eat

In this video I demonstrate how quickly you can go from one Basil plant to an almost infinite supply. I go from one plant to 8 in 30 days and then to 18 in 60 days. In one year using this method you could have thousands of Basil plants all from the original mother plant. I use time-lapse photography to document the growth at every stage. Basil propagates very easily from cuttings and within a month those cuttings are established plants which can then be used to take more cuttings. At each stage of making new plants there are always plenty of leaves which can be used for cooking. Once you get enough plants to provide for your needs you can stop taking cuttings and just harvest the stems as you need them. Thanks for watching Subscribe: Facebook: Help me make my videos Patreon: Please help me to translate my videos: More videos on my channel:

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I'll show you how to prune and harvest your herbs (like basil, oregano, rosemary and thyme) so they grow back twice as much!

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