Of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Podcast
Join Holly and Joey as they wrap up their podcast series. They talk about fun projects to try over winter, an extended interview with Wayne Meador (http://inkredibleimage.com/) as he talks about his cross-country bicycle journey to raise awareness about the environment and more
Join Joey and Holly as they give simple indoor growing tips, question and answer, and lovely guest, The Creative Vegetable Gardener – Megan Cain http://www.creativevegetablegardener.com/
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Join Joey and Holly as they talk about putting the garden to bed for winter, answering your garden questions, and guest Robert Scott Bell homeopathic practioner and host of the Robert Scott Bell show (http://www.robertscottbell.com/) as they talk about healthy living and more
Join Joey and Holly (http://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com) as they talk about how and why garlic is the best fall crop to plant soon, your questions and our answers, and guest nationally known gardening expert, TV/radio host, author & columnist Melinda Myers http://www.melindamyers.com/ As always they also have Mike Nowak fromhttp://mikenowak.net with the environmental report.
Join Joey and Holly as they talk about common canning problems and how to solve them. Guest Joe Lamp’l ofhttp://growingagreenerworld.com as they talk about growing, living green and chickens. As always they also have Mike Nowak from http://mikenowak.net with the environmental report.
Join Joey and Holly as they talk about buying in bulk and if its worth it always. Interview with Jeff Radtke http://lostskillspodcast.com – they talk about gardening, prepping, and lost skills. As always they also have Mike Nowak from http://mikenowak.net with the environmental report
Join Joey and Holly as they talk about composting. Interview with year round vegetable gardener and author from http://yearroundveggiegardener.blogspot.com/ As always they also have Mike Nowak from http://mikenowak.net with the environmental report.
Join Joey and Holly as they dedicate the show to your questions and great solutions to your gardening problems. They also have guest Walter Reeves http://www.walterreeves.com/ from Atlanta, host of the Lawn and Garden Show with some great garden tips As always they also have Mike Nowak from http://mikenowak.net with the environmental report.
Join Joey and Holly as they talk about 3 problems most gardeners are facing in their garden right now and talk with Arlena Schott of http://www.arlenagwise.com/ about all things plants. As always they also have Mike Nowak fromhttp://mikenowak.net with the environmental report talking about monarchs and milkweeds.
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they talk about 2nd summer plantings and thinking about fall planting. They have author and blogger Dee Nash from http://reddirtramblings.com/ as they talk about easy crops to grow for everyone, rose diseases and he very informative book. As always they also have Mike Nowak from http://mikenowak.net with the environmental report talking about the dirty dozen and clean 15 in the produce department that you may be consuming.
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they talk about canning and answer your questions, the environmental report with Mike Nowak from http://mikenowak.org, and well known garden podcaster Mike Podlesney from http://www.averagepersongardening.com/
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they talk about the real costs of gardening, the environmental report with Mike Nowak of http://mikenowak.net. Also, special guest Aaron Thatcher. He is a very knowledgeable gardener and homesteader from the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. https://www.youtube.com/user/athatcher85
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they talk about the best success for planting tomatoes, your questions, and touch free bug control. The environmental report with Mike Nowak of http://mikenowak.net. Plus special guest Linda Lehmusvirta about drought tolerant pants, keeping animals out of the garden, growing tomatoes and gardening all over the US.
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Join and Holly Baird as they talk about growing in small spaces, irrigation and special guest Teresa Byington and Chris VanCleave of Rose Chat Podcast (http://rosechat.podbean.com) as they talk about everything roses.
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they talk about growing potatoes, Q&A time, environmental report with Mike Nowak of mikenowak.net. Special guest Jared of http://www.permasapien.com talks about his homestead, livestock and kids and more!
Join Holly and Joey Baird as they talk about what they will change in their garden for better success, question and and answer, and growing yacons. They also have guest Scott Poirer from Gotta Grow It as they talk about growing in any size space, building your soil, and keeping animals out.
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they cover topics like where to find free gardening resources, alternatives to digging up your back yard for a garden, garden Q&A and interview Roger Sipe of hobbyfarms.com as they talk about chicken keeping basics. Also, the environmental report with Mike Nowak of mikenowak.net.
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Join Joey and Holly Baird in the 2nd season of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Podcast. They talk about the do’s and don’ts of starting seeds, answer some of your questions, and the importance of when to start a garden. They welcome Luke and Sindy of http://www.migardener.com as they talk about redesigning their garden, bee keeping, and more. Also, new segment with Mike Nowak (http://www.mikenowak.net) with his environmental report.
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Join Joey and Holly as they talk about indoor growing, value of leaves, and what to do with an over abundance of fruit. Holly speaks with Amy Jeanroy about fermentation and canning. Links mentioned in podcast: 11 things to do with apples and pears and growing herbs indoors
Join Joey and Holly as they talk about cold frames, getting your garden ready for winter, homemade cleaners and speak with writer, radio host and garden guru Doug Oster (http://dougoster.com/) about cold weather planting, perennials and more!
Join Joey and Holly as they planning for a new garden plot, preserving food without canning, and guests Mark, Kari and Jesse from the Dirty Cultivator podcast
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they talk about properly growing garlic, cooking the food you grow and have guest Mark Brown of Gateway Garlic Urban Farm http://www.gatewaygarlic.com/ as they talk about sustainable food, garlic, pesticides and heirloom vegetables. Carolyn Bender interview about growing garlic in Florida-https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/dmwvg_fall2014.pdf and video on how to grow garlic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYH9-3ahSJw
In this episode they talk about what you can and cant grow in your area, New segment “Tell me what you really think”. Best time to start a compost pile. They welcome their guest Kerrie and Carol ofhttp://www.seedkeepercompany.com as they talk about saving seeds properly, and finally the alternatives to all purpose flour.
Joey & Holly talk all about Storing your Harvest the right way “Tell me what you really think” as they pick a topic and hold nothing back with how they feel about it. Also Also the War we are fighting on chemicals, They welcome their guest, Brock Hughes of YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/HydroponicsGuy talking all about growing Hydroponically and when to harvest your tomatoes plus more
Join Joey and Holly as they talk about garden failures, what is causing bee decline, and how to have a mini orchard. Also, guest Wayne Meador http://www.aworld4change.com/ talking about the importance of sustainability,vermiposting and more.
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they talk about some of the best plants to grow in very hot temperatures. They discuss some of the biggest mistakes gardeners make. They also speak with author and front yard gardener – Shawna Coronado of http://shawnacoronado.com/ about front yard gardening, saving water and growing vertically. They also talk about weeds that you can eat. Links talked about in the show: https://www.youtube.com/user/allenh60and http://www.artofmanliness.com/2010/10/06/surviving-in-the-wild-19-common-edible-plants/
Coming up on the program Joey & Holly talk about what it takes to garden on a budget. New segment “Tell me what you really think”. They will talk about planning and starting your fall cool crops. They welcome their guest, Christina Salwitz of http://www.personalgardencoach.wordpress.com, as they talk about what a gardening coach does and how to better use your property to grow on-saving you labor, time and money on achieving your garden goals. Plus ways to double some of your perennials patches
Join Joey and Holly as they talk all about canning. They cover some great topics as to what you cannot can, new segment – Tell Me What You Really Think. Our guest is Master Food Preserver of Wisconsin, Christina Ward. They also talk about home canned item’s shelf life (http://www.freshpreserving.com/tools/faqs/how-long-does-canned-food-last & http://extension.usu.edu/foodstorage/htm/canned-goods)
What you cannot can: Fats – Oil, Mayonnaise Dairy – butter, milk, cheese, sour cream, cream (whipping or heavy), yogurt (greek or other), buttermilk, goat or any other animal milk, tofu, soy Veggies – broccoli, brussel sprouts (pickled ok), cabbage(pickled ok, Sauerkraut) cauliflower (pickle ok), eggplant (pickled ok), summer squash (pickled ok), olives (pickled ok), lettuce, artichokes, mashed parsnips, mashed squash, mash potatoes, mashed pumpkin Do not add: Oats, wheat, barley, grains, rice, bread, noodles or pasta, hominy, crackers, biscuits, pie dough, eggs Do not use thickeners:Cornstarch, tapioca, arrowroot, flour, Wondra flour, cornmeal, soup bases, package mixes like taco mix or ranch dressing Food recipes: pumpkin butter, pudding, cream soups or cream veggies, refried beans, peanut butter, Pesto, chocolate made from milk solids, quickbreads Fruits: mashed bananas, avocados, coconut milk Meats: avoid high fat , pate, liver and giblets, hot dogs, meats with fillers Candy: caramels, peppermints, marshmallow
Join Joey and Holly as they talk about good bugs and bad bugs in your vegetable garden. What you should do with the bugs. They also have a new segment “tell me what you really think”. Using items what some people may consider “junk” to help in the garden. They welcome guest Mike Nowak of http://mikenowak.net/ and of the Green Diva radio network
Join Joey & Holly talk about powdery mildew the problem that most gardener’s face in their gardens over the summer. And it’s all about growing up vertical gardening what you can use to get more out of use garden space no matter the size. They welcome their guest John Jordan from Winchester Gardens of http://www.wgardens.com As they talk Fertilizer, Organic Plant Food and more. And what perennial you may what to make space for in your garden. Ways to control powdery mildew: http://www.growingagreenerworld.com/controlling-or-eliminating-powdery-mildew/
Join Joey & Holly as they talk about planting tomatoes and potatoes. They also interview Shawn Studer of Body Mind & Soil as they talk about the importance of healthy water for best plant growth.
Join Joey & Holly Baird as they talk about the history and future of the Victory Garden, the food movement in the US, 4 fun vegetables to grow with kids and more! They also speak with guest, author and gardener Helen Yoest of http://www.GardeningWithConfidence.com about her most recent book and more.
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they talk about the do’s and don’ts of raised beds. The lost vegetables – ones you may not have heard of or consider growing this year. Joey talks to actress Kaye Kittrell, urban gardener and host of the Late Bloomer Show.
Join Joey and Holly Baird as they talk about how to start seeds indoors, and if you do not start seeds indoors, what to look for at your local garden center. They talk about the best place to put your compost to increase your soil fertility. Joel Karsten of http://strawbalegardens.com/ as he talks about his book and how to garden using square bales. Also they talk about the difference between hybrid, organic and heirloom seeds and ideas for water collection. Join them for a jam packed show!