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#289: How to Grow Your Organic Garden Year Round with Expert Susan Mulvihill

In This Episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show

#289: How to Grow Your Organic Garden Year Round with Expert Susan Mulvihill In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with author, vegetable garden writer and expert organic vegetable gardener Susan Mulvihill. Susan fills us in on all kinds of great organic vegetable gardening techniques that make it easy for you to grow the best vegetables possible that are safe and healthy to eat.

Susan will tell us how she ventured into writing about vegetable gardening and why she is so passionate about making sure everyone grows at least some of their own food. She'll give us insight into the impact that vegetable gardening has on children, and how those vegetable gardening lessons will carry on with them for the rest of their lives.

Susan will touch on floating row covers, crop rotation and vegetable gardening when the temperatures are colder as well as give us her expertise on growing microgreens.

This and so much more on this week's episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show!

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#289: How to Grow Your Organic Garden Year Round with Expert Susan Mulvihill

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Here's What We'll Cover in this week's episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show

  • The impact gardening has on children
  • Understanding that insects in the garden are not a bad thing
  • Trying to grow vegetables and fruits in zones that have shortened seasons
  • Choosing the right vegetable seeds
  • Floating row covers
  • Crop Rotation
  • Crops tp grow in the cooler and colder months
  • Microgreens

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About this week's guest on the Vegetable Gardening Show, Susan Mulvihill

#289: How to Grow Your Organic Garden Year Round with Expert Susan Mulvihill Hello! My name is Susan Mulvihill and I am passionate about vegetable gardening. Iíve been writing vegetable garden columns for the Sunday edition of The Spokesman-Review for many years and am the co-author of Northwest Gardenerís Handbook.

Since 2002, Iíve been a Spokane County (Wash.) Master Vegetable Gardener and am a longtime member of the Association for Garden Communicators.

It is my belief that everyone should be able to grow a vegetable garden, and toward that end, Iíve dedicated this website, my columns and my life to teaching others how to do just that!

My main interests are growing vegetables and fruits organically, watching the birds that visit our garden, and pursuing both botanical and wildlife photography.

One of my favorite ways of reaching vegetable gardeners has been through my how-to videos on a wide variety of topics.

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