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Alternative Health Methods While Going Off Grid

Alternative Health Methods While Going Off Grid In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Brad Mullner. Brad is the owner of Modern Health Coach a holistic health hub where you can access cutting edge cross referenced informational material from east and western modalities. Brad will tell us how an injury in his own life lead him down a path where he put in over 25,000 hours of education to learn more about a healthier lifestyle, alternative medicines and non-traditional means to get him through the pain he was facing. This life change lead Brad to experience something else. Going Off Grid. Brad is going to fill us in on what going off grid means, the ups and downs he face to get started and why a more sustainable lifestyle is more ...

How New Vegetable Varieties Become All America Selection (AAS) Winners

How New Vegetable Varieties Become All America Selection (AAS) Winners In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Diane Blazek from the All American Selections Committee & the National Gardening Bureau. Diane is going to give us the history of the All America Selection (AAS), when it started and what they do. She'll give us insight on what it takes to become an AAS winner, and the rigorous testing that entries have to go through to even be considered for the program. From there Diane will give us the back story on the judges that select the winners, the 4 trials of the AAS and give tell us about trends in the gardening industry that you will see more of in the coming ...

How to Use Essential Oils to Keep Cats Out of Your Home Vegetable Garden

#300: How to Use Essential Oils to Keep Cats Out of Your Home Vegetable Garden with Expert Pam Farly of Brown Thumb Mama In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Pam Farley. Pam is the creator and purveyor of the popular website Brown Thumb Mama, where she writes about DIY & gardening projects, natural health & essential oils, tips for the kitchen and a wide range of life hacks. Pam will teach us why essential oils are so powerful when it comes to personal health and happiness. She'll also tell us how she uses certain essential oils in her garden to keep the pesky neighbor cats away. She'll fill us in on the varying types of essential oils, which ones you should choose, and which ones you should stay away from. From there, she'll give us insight as to how she gardens on her city lot, what she is growing and why ...

How to Save & Preserve Your Heirloom Vegetable Varieties

#299: How to Save & Preserve Your Heirloom Vegetable Varieties with Philip Kauth of Seed Savers Exchange In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Philip Kauth of Seed Savers Exchange. Philip is the seed bank manager at Seed Savers Exchange where they are dedicated to saving and sharing open pollinated seeds. Philip is going to share with us how Seed Savers Exchange got started, why it is so important to share heirloom varieties, and the one thing that Seed Savers Exchange does that most seed banks do not. From there, Philip will tell us the fun story behind the Work Release Paste Tomato, and even share some of his favorite seeds from the collection of ...

How to Start a Community Garden and Understanding Why Community Gardens Are So Important

#298: How to Start a Community Garden and Understanding Why Community Gardens Are So Important with Marianne Krasny In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Cornell University's Marianne Krasny about Community Gardens and how they improve neighborhoods. Marianne is the professor in the Department of Natural Resources and Director of the Civic Ecology Lab at Cornell University as well as the author of Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up. She will share with us her insight on what community gardens provide to neighborhoods, placing a monetary value of community gardens, and how they evolve from food to flowers over time. From there she will give us some insight into recent studies that show how community gardens help deter crime, and she'll gives us what is trending in the ...

#297: Grow Your Home Vegetable Garden Like a Pro | Gardening Expert David Mattern of Chanticleer

#297: Grow Your Home Vegetable Garden Like a Pro | Gardening Expert David Mattern of Chanticleer In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with professional vegetable gardener, David Mattern. David is caretaker of the vegetable gardens at Chanticleer located just outside of Philadelphia, PA. David is responsible for making sure the vegetable gardens at Chaniticleer are not only aesthetically pleasing to the many visitors that come through and visit, but also productive as well. David will share with us some of his watering techniques, how to use leaf compost properly and attracting beneficial insects to the Chanticleer vegetable ...


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