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Hello. This is our newest, weekly series. The host, creator, producer of this show is a veteran podcaster and the Executive Producer and Host of National Public Television series: Growing a Greener World (currently in its 9th year). (www.GrowingAGreenerWorld.com). The site that hosts our podcast show is a companion site to our television show site at GrowingAGreenerWorld.com. Thank you.

Hello. This is our newest, weekly series. The host, creator, producer of this show is a veteran podcaster and the Executive Producer and Host of National Public Television series: Growing a Greener World (currently in its 9th year). (www.GrowingAGreenerWorld.com). The site that hosts our podcast show is a companion site to our television show site at GrowingAGreenerWorld.com. Thank you.
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United States

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Hello. This is our newest, weekly series. The host, creator, producer of this show is a veteran podcaster and the Executive Producer and Host of National Public Television series: Growing a Greener World (currently in its 9th year). (www.GrowingAGreenerWorld.com). The site that hosts our podcast show is a companion site to our television show site at GrowingAGreenerWorld.com. Thank you.

Twitter:

@joegardener

Language:

English

Contact:

678.404.7878


Episodes

060-How to Control Nuisance Wildlife in the Garden: Deer, Rabbits, Moles & More

7/12/2018
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Managing wildlife pests in the garden and landscape is a challenge for all gardeners. It’s not just those of us in rural areas who deal with damage from deer, rabbits, raccoons, moles, and other furry foragers. These creatures have a solid foothold in metropolitan areas as well. So, what to do to protect your garden? […]

Duration:00:56:00

059-Learning the Business of Horticulture: Using Education With Innovation For New Opportunities

7/5/2018
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Titles?: The Green Industry – What’s trending and how horticulture students bring us more plants to love. The Green Industry – Trends in Education, Demand, and Development [ I can’t think of anything that isn’t a mile long but that covers the scope!! 🙁 ] This week, my podcast guest was Dr. Holly Scoggins. Holly […]

Duration:00:49:18

058-Biochar Basics and More: Digging Deeper Into the Science of Soil

6/28/2018
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This week, I spoke with Mark Highland of Organic Mechanics. Mark is passionate about soil and has quite the pedigree, having graduated from the Masters Program at Longwood Gardens. He’s also recently written Practical Organic Gardening – The no-nonsense guide to growing naturally. It’s a book packed with insight on many aspects of organic gardening. […]

Duration:00:53:46

057-What Happened to the G in HGTV?

6/21/2018
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Do you ever wonder what happened to the G in HGTV? I used to love weekend binge-watching favorite gardening episodes on HGTV. We, as gardeners, used to have a wide variety of garden shows to feed our passion, but that is just no longer the case. Ten years ago as part of my syndicated newspaper […]

Duration:00:38:22

056-Tomato Care Checklist with Craig LeHoullier

6/14/2018
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I have a love/hate relationship with tomatoes. This year, I have 32 tomato plants in spite of knowing that tomatoes are notorious for being a lot of work in the garden. Still, in these early days of summer, everything is growing strong, looking great and setting fruit; so it’s easy to start feeling a little […]

Duration:00:59:56

055-Vacation Preparation For Plants: What To Do Before You Go

6/7/2018
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Vacation season has arrived, and if you’ve got a trip planned, you need to take some key steps to prepare your garden for your absence. After all, you’ve probably invested more than your fair share of time (and money!) nursing your plants through a difficult spring, getting new vegetables established, and planting up those containers. […]

Duration:00:33:48

054-Plastic Nursery Pots – Greening Up The Darkest Side of Gardening

5/31/2018
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We all love bringing new flowers, trees and shrubs home from the garden center. These plants add color, texture or flavor to our landscape – sometimes all of the above. Unfortunately, they leave a less desirable legacy too – a pile of empty plastic nursery pots and trays. You might say this is the darkest […]

Duration:00:53:18

053-Waterwise Gardening With Nan Sterman

5/24/2018
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This week, I take a look back at a conversation on conservation – with Nan Sterman, co-author of Water-wise Plants for the Southwest. Although she spent some years away, Nan grew up in and returned to southern California and has become known as a water-wise guru. Nan speaks frequently on water conservation, and she has […]

Duration:00:30:30

052-Why Organic Matters – with Maria Rodale

5/17/2018
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In this week’s episode, I revisit a conversation with one of my hero’s – Maria Rodale, on why organic matters. Maria is a lifelong advocate of organic farming and gardening and is third generation in a legacy of commitment to organic agricultural practices. Although her family is now iconic in the world of health and […]

Duration:00:35:04

How to Grow Bountiful Blueberries – Key Steps with Lee Reich

5/10/2018
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Just about everyone loves blueberries, but this week’s guest – Dr. Lee Reich – might just be blueberry-obsessed. Lee knows how to grow bountiful blueberries and has been perfecting best practice techniques for over 30 years on his small farm in New York state. Beyond bearing delicious fruit, blueberries are also an attractive addition to […]

Duration:00:43:47

050-Organic Pest Control: Beneficial Insects And Beyond

5/3/2018
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This week, I continue my conversation with the Bug Lady, Suzanne Wainright-Evans. Suzanne is an entomologist and industry leader in the movement to utilize biocontrols before pesticides. This is Part Two of our biocontrols discussion, so if you missed Part One, start there. The information in Part One will provide context for you […]

Duration:00:59:49

049-When Good Bugs Eat Bad Bugs: The Business of Beneficial Insects

4/26/2018
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This week’s guest is Suzanne Wainwright-Evans, the Bug Lady of Bug Lady Consulting. To say that Suzanne – an entomologist I’ve known for many years and interviewed multiple times – is a wealth of information… well, that would be a true understatement. Our conversation is so jam-packed with pest management gold, that I’ve expanded this […]

Duration:00:50:57

048-The Simple Science Behind Great Gardening, with Lee Reich

4/19/2018
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In today’s podcast, I’m joined by Lee Reich, and we explore some of the subjects in his new book, The Ever Curious Gardener – Using a Little Natural Science for a Much Better Garden. As curious gardeners, Lee and I are always pursuing the “why” behind the workings of the garden. I believe this drives […]

Duration:00:51:04

047-Tomato Seedling Mistakes with Craig LeHoullier

4/12/2018
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Craig LeHoullier has been a frequent guest of this podcast series. He joins us again today to follow up on our early 2018 series on seed starting. If you missed that series, I recommend you start there, so you have context for this discussion. In this podcast, we check in on how things are going […]

Duration:00:58:14

045-Succession Planting: Practical Tips For Growing More Food

3/29/2018
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In this podcast, I explore succession planting techniques with my guest, Meg Cowden. Meg and her husband are well-versed in the art of succession planting. Living in southern Minnesota, on the outskirts of Minneapolis, they garden in USDA Hardiness Zone 4B. While many gardeners in a Zone 4 environment see their season as Memorial Day through […]

Duration:00:52:40

044-Raised Bed Gardening, Pt. 3: Animal Control & More

3/22/2018
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Welcome to the last in our series on raised bed gardening. As you probably know by now, we received so many responses from my email group that this raised bed podcast turned into a three-part series. If you aren’t a member of my email group, I invite you to join, so you can […]

Duration:00:55:36

043-Raised Bed Gardening, Pt. 2: Perfect Soil Recipe

3/15/2018
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In this podcast, we continue our discussion on raised bed gardening. In case you missed it: I had invited my email group to send me any questions they hoped I would answer on the topic of raised bed gardening. I received a huge response, many from folks who plan to start raised bed gardening for […]

Duration:00:58:11

042-Raised Bed Gardening, Pt. 1

3/8/2018
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Earlier this year, I invited my email group to send me any questions they would like me to answer on the topic of raised bed gardening. Little did I expect the flood of responses I received. As a long-time raised bed gardener, I am thrilled to see how many of you are looking to start […]

Duration:00:58:19

041-Small Space Garden Design

3/1/2018
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Susan Morrison is a landscape designer and author of the new book, The Less is More Garden – Big ideas for designing your small yard. She joins us for this podcast to discuss some of her fascinating ideas and philosophies for small space garden design. While her book is tailored to small space gardens, I […]

Duration:00:58:50

040-Prepping Your Garden For Spring: 10 Things To Do Now

2/22/2018
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It’s late winter. Maybe you’ve started your seeds indoors, but it will be several more weeks before those frost-free days when you can get them in the ground. Maybe you’re browsing through those plant catalogs or websites and making plans for some additions to your landscape. But there’s more you can do during this “calm […]

Duration:00:39:10