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How to Become a Citizen Scientist with Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

How to Become a Citizen Scientist with Ecology & Evolutionary Biology In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Expert Rhiannon Crain about the citizen scientist project with the Habitat Network and how you as a home gardener can help build a better environment. Rhiannon will tell us all about The Habitat Network, the type of data they are collecting, and the reasoning for that data as well as what they are planning to do with that data to build better ecosystems around the globe. From there, she'll tell us how you as a home gardener can get involved, the data you can submit and how it will help you become a better home gardener. She'll tell us about taking the lazy gardener pledge, what that means, and how anyone can ...

Growing Vegetables in a Colder Climate

Growing Vegetables in a Colder Climate In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with garden expert and author Mary Schier about what it takes to grow vegetables in a cold climate. Cold climate gardening is one of the bigger challenges many gardeners face as they try to grow tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and other warmer weather crops, when the weather will simply not cooperate. Many methods have been developed over the years to grow vegetables in a cold climate and Mary Schier, the author of the book, "From Apples to Zinnias: Northern Gardener", shares her tips with us. She tell us how, in her zone 4 climate, gardeners extend gardening seasons, are able to start plants sooner, and trick she learned that gardeners used ...

How to Grow Your Best Houseplants Ever

How to Grow Your Best Houseplants Ever In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with houseplant guru, Lisa Steinkopf. Lisa is the author to the complete guide to houseplants and who can argue with her. She has over 1,000 houseplants growing at a given time. Lisa is going to fill us in on what her favorite houseplants are and why. She'll give her recommendations for houseplant choices for those growers that are new to growing houseplants, and she'll tell you what the biggest hurdle all houseplant growers seem to face. From there, she'll give us the insight on how much light your houseplants will need, best watering methods for your houseplants, and the best soil medium choices for your ...

How to Create a Sustainable Permaculture

How to Create a Sustainable Permaculture In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with permaculture expert Michael Judd on what it takes to build a sustainable permaculture regardless of where you live. Michael will share with us some permaculture tips & tricks that we can implement right away, such as building raised beds that harvest rain water to herb spirals. From there, Michael will tell us why soil biology is important in permaculture design, how perennials and annuals both play important roles in permaculture, and what stacking functions are in permaculture ...

Gardening to Become More Self Sufficient

Gardening to Become More Self Sufficient with Author & Self Sufficiency Expert Sally Nex In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with self-sufficiency expert and author Sally Nex. Sally shares her tips on how you can become more self sufficient with your home garden. Sally will show us how self-sufficiency is not only easy and doable, but can also be fun as well. She break down the biggest self-sufficiency myths, how perennials play a big role in become more self-sufficient and how you can slowly build a self-sufficient lifestyle. She'll teach us how to get more land in the area to grow the fruits, vegetables and herbs that you need and the types of seeds you should be focusing in on to make self-sufficiency easier and more ...


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