#271: Learn Plant Propagation & Proper Soil Conditioning for your Home Vegetable Garden from Expert Lee Rouse of the LSU Ag Center
In This Episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show
In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Lee Rouse, the Master Gardener trainer for the LSU Ag Center. Lee tells us about plant propagation and proper soil conditioning so that you can grow your best vegetable garden ever.
From there, Lee will tell us which soil tests you should get from a local extension office, what you will learn in a master gardener class and why keeping a garden journal is extremely important.
This and so much more on this week's episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show!
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#271: Learn Plant Propagation & Proper Soil Conditioning for your Home Vegetable Gardening from Expert Lee Rouse of the LSU Ag Center
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Here's What We'll Cover in this week's episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show
PHow an extension office educates gardeners to teach others how to gardenEducational Press Committee
What does a master gardener class entail?
Does growing a vegetable garden at home really save you money?
The CEC of Soil Conditioning
Learning how to garden in clay soil
Why keeping a garden journal is very important to improving your gardening skills
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About this week's guest on the Vegetable Gardening Show, Lee Rouse
Lee Rouse is currently the East Baton Rouge Parish Horticulture agent for the LSU AgCenter. Previously, Lee work as the Agent in Orleans Parish. In 2013 Lee graduated LSU with a Bachelorís of Science from the college of Agriculture. While working for the AgCenter, Lee has worked extensively with urban farmer while conducting Master Gardener Training classes.
He has had more than 100 people go through his program. He has participate in the development of the annual Farm to Table conference in New Orleans since 2014, while aiding the expansion of urban farming and community gardening in South Louisiana.