Monty Don returns to help more amateur horticulturists transform their small or average-sized plots into something extraordinary.
Monty Don, one of Britain's favourite gardeners, has spent the last year working with enthusiasts up and down the country to help them create the garden of their dreams. He has listened to their plans, he has given them advice and he has rolled up his sleeves to help make their dreams come true. But it's not an easy task and there have been times when it all seemed nothing more than a pipe dream.
This is PART TWO of the HYGRO HYBRID VIDEO SERIES, these are simply an extension of the first series, Packed with more info than you can shake a stick at.. More or less how to take what you might have learned in the first video upload and take it to a bigger and better level.. Extension info on Scrogs, Strains, Builds, Veg, RWDC AND DWC, How to's and DIY'S etc and a new OUTSIDE GROW VIDEO SERIES, Basically step by step on how to up your game.
HygroHybrid has revolutionized the field of growing with his "HYRGRO HYBRID THEORY". All the big names have pulled pieces of his method into there grow. Anything from strains, to scrogs, to veg, to DWC "DEEP WATER CULTURE" and his very special video his DIY RDWC, video that can turn any grow into a monster grow with very cheap equipment with 1 or 2 600 watt lights.. All his videos are very instructable and full of details,, worth the look for anyone looking to pick up the hobby of growing in a small scale or large scale or just simply curious in the art.
A series of instructional DVDs designed to inspire and educate. Each DVD gives practical advice and demonstrations with tips for successful planning and growing. Ideal for the beginner, keen amateur or horticultural student.
It seems jazz churns out hundreds of new electric guitarists per year, and many of them sound much the same. Mike Baggetta has the potential to break the mold of post-John Scofield plectrists if his talent in evidence on this debut recording progresses as it should. Blessed with a refined approach and solid technique, Baggetta's quartet displays music in the neo-bop vein, and in tandem with tenor saxophonist Jason Rigby, gives the listener much food for thought as their well-tethered tandem lines whip up an attractive textures. The parallels of Scofield's work with Joe Lovano in the early '90s is hard to deny, as Baggetta and Rigby supply linear modern jazz at once luscious and vocally influenced.