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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 5-12-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics:Joey and Holly talk about growing tomatoes plus collecting radio water also their guest author Niki Jabbour of http://www.nikijabbour.com/
https://savvygardening.com/
picking the rigt type of tomatoes
where to plant them
what to put in the hole at planting
and more tips
Collecting rain water
1.Keep it cheap
2.Keep it covered
3. Don’t Choke the flow
4.1 inch rain -UOA says a 1000 sq ft room produces 600 gallons of water. 4500 sq ft lot will receive 2800 gallons
5.Swales
6.Algea is great feed your soil with it
7.Don’t skip the rainwater harvesting a little is better then nothing
They talk with Niki about:
1.We talk about mulch a lot. As people are starting to get into their gardens here, why is it important to mulch, and what are the benefits even as we get to the warmest part of the year?
2.What do you like to use for mulch?
3.You have a chemical ban by you, what do you use for weeds, harmful bugs, etc?
4.What do you add to your beds to build your soil?
5.In your newest book – Veggie Garde Remix – you give a lot of ideas on a large varieties of possibly atypical vegetables to grow – what are some of your favorites you were surprised finding that grew in a northern climate?
6.Tell us how to find you, your books, etc? Niki Jabbour’s Veggie Garden Remix
224 New Plants to Shake Up Your Garden and Add Variety, Flavor, and Fun
check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/
Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst
Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/
MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order.
Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/
Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/
Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/
Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/
Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/
Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/
Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/
Hoss Tools of http://www.hosstools.com
Tree Diaper of http://www.treediaper.com
Seedling Square of http://www.seedingsquare.com
Rebel green of http://www.rebelgreen.com
Dripping Springs OLLAS of http://www.drippingspringsollas.com
Saz Products of http://www.sazproducts.com
Shield n seal of http://www.shieldnseal.com
Pomona Universal Pectin of http://www.pomonapectin.com
Flame Engineering Inc. of http://www.flameengineering.com
Eco Garden Systems of http://www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website http://www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018
Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of http://www.outpost.coop
Manure tea of http://www.manuretea.com
The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of http://www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout
Handy Safety Knife of http://www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only.
Bio Safe of http://www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out
Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of http://www.chapinmfg.com
The Plant Booster of http://www.plantbooster.net
Tall Earth of http://www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout
Purple cow organics of https://www.purplecoworganics.com/

 

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 5-12-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics:Joey and Holly talk about growing tomatoes plus collecting radio water also their guest author Niki Jabbour of http://www.nikijabbour.com/
https://savvygardening.com/

picking the rigt type of tomatoes
where to plant them
what to put in the hole at planting
and more tips
Collecting rain water
1.Keep it cheap
2.Keep it covered
3. Don’t Choke the flow
4.1 inch rain -UOA says a 1000 sq ft room produces 600 gallons of water. 4500 sq ft lot will receive 2800 gallons
5.Swales
6.Algea is great feed your soil with it
7.Don’t skip the rainwater harvesting a little is better then nothing

They talk with Niki about:
1.We talk about mulch a lot. As people are starting to get into their gardens here, why is it important to mulch, and what are the benefits even as we get to the warmest part of the year?
2.What do you like to use for mulch?
3.You have a chemical ban by you, what do you use for weeds, harmful bugs, etc?
4.What do you add to your beds to build your soil?
5.In your newest book – Veggie Garde Remix – you give a lot of ideas on a large varieties of possibly atypical vegetables to grow – what are some of your favorites you were surprised finding that grew in a northern climate?
6.Tell us how to find you, your books, etc? Niki Jabbour’s Veggie Garden Remix
224 New Plants to Shake Up Your Garden and Add Variety, Flavor, and Fun

check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/
Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst
Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/
MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order.
Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/
Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/
Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/
Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/
Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/
Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/
Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/
Hoss Tools of www.hosstools.com
Tree Diaper of www.treediaper.com
Seedling Square of www.seedingsquare.com
Rebel green of www.rebelgreen.com
Dripping Springs OLLAS of www.drippingspringsollas.com
Saz Products of www.sazproducts.com
Shield n seal of www.shieldnseal.com
Pomona Universal Pectin of www.pomonapectin.com
Flame Engineering Inc. of www.flameengineering.com
Eco Garden Systems of www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018
Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of www.outpost.coop
Manure tea of www.manuretea.com
The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout
Handy Safety Knife of www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only.
Bio Safe of www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out
Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of www.chapinmfg.com
The Plant Booster of www.plantbooster.net
Tall Earth of www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout
Purple cow organics of https://www.purplecoworganics.com/

S2E10

 

Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 5-5-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Mulch the good and the back, and 5 container gardening tips also their guest author and chicken expert Melissa Caughey of https://www.tillysnest.com/

Synthetic, natural, etc
Grass clippings, leaves, straw, shredded paper, cardboard (may contain formaldehyde)
wood chips but not mixed in – as they break down they may take some nitrogen away
cocoa mulch
5 tips for a better container garden

1. Get a container that is the right size for the plant you’re growing – drainage holes
2. good potting mix
3. proper amount of light
4. consistent watering PLANT BOOSTER
5. nutrients
6. mulch

They talk about:
1.If you know you can raise chickens where you live – what are 2 aspects of chicken keeping most people may not consider?
2.When starting your chicken journey – for a newbie – is it best to start with chicks or with adult chickens?
3.For most breeds, how long can one expect before they can get eggs or how long before a chicken will produce eggs?
4.How much space does 1 chicken need?
5.What is the cost investment per year for 1 chicken? Food…?
6.Do you have to have a chicken coop or are there shortcuts to house the chickens or is there a reason why a coop is needed?
7.Where can people find your books and what is something we may be surprised to find in your newest book how to Speak Chicken: Why Your Chickens Do What They Do & Say What They Say without giving too much away?

check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/
Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst
Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/
MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order.
Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/
Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/
Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/
Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/
Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/
Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/
Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/
Hoss Tools of www.hosstools.com
Tree Diaper of www.treediaper.com
Seedling Square of www.seedingsquare.com
Rebel green of www.rebelgreen.com
Dripping Springs OLLAS of www.drippingspringsollas.com
Saz Products of www.sazproducts.com
Shield n seal of www.shieldnseal.com
Pomona Universal Pectin of www.pomonapectin.com
Flame Engineering Inc. of www.flameengineering.com
Eco Garden Systems of www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018
Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of www.outpost.coop
Manure tea of www.manuretea.com
The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout
Handy Safety Knife of www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only.
Bio Safe of www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out
Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of www.chapinmfg.com
The Plant Booster of www.plantbooster.net
Tall Earth of www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout
Purple cow organics of https://www.purplecoworganics.com/

 

Click here or picture to listen

Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 5-5-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Mulch the good and the back, and 5 container gardening tips also their guest author and chicken expert Melissa Caughey of https://www.tillysnest.com/

Synthetic, natural, etc
Grass clippings, leaves, straw, shredded paper, cardboard (may contain formaldehyde)
wood chips but not mixed in – as they break down they may take some nitrogen away
cocoa mulch
5 tips for a better container garden

1. Get a container that is the right size for the plant you’re growing – drainage holes
2. good potting mix
3. proper amount of light
4. consistent watering PLANT BOOSTER
5. nutrients
6. mulch

They talk about:
1.If you know you can raise chickens where you live – what are 2 aspects of chicken keeping most people may not consider?
2.When starting your chicken journey – for a newbie – is it best to start with chicks or with adult chickens?
3.For most breeds, how long can one expect before they can get eggs or how long before a chicken will produce eggs?
4.How much space does 1 chicken need?
5.What is the cost investment per year for 1 chicken? Food…?
6.Do you have to have a chicken coop or are there shortcuts to house the chickens or is there a reason why a coop is needed?
7.Where can people find your books and what is something we may be surprised to find in your newest book how to Speak Chicken: Why Your Chickens Do What They Do & Say What They Say without giving too much away?

check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/
Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst
Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/
MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order.
Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/
Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/
Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/
Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/
Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/
Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/
Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/
Hoss Tools of www.hosstools.com
Tree Diaper of www.treediaper.com
Seedling Square of www.seedingsquare.com
Rebel green of www.rebelgreen.com
Dripping Springs OLLAS of www.drippingspringsollas.com
Saz Products of www.sazproducts.com
Shield n seal of www.shieldnseal.com
Pomona Universal Pectin of www.pomonapectin.com
Flame Engineering Inc. of www.flameengineering.com
Eco Garden Systems of www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018
Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of www.outpost.coop
Manure tea of www.manuretea.com
The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout
Handy Safety Knife of www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only.
Bio Safe of www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out
Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of www.chapinmfg.com
The Plant Booster of www.plantbooster.net
Tall Earth of www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout
Purple cow organics of https://www.purplecoworganics.com/

S2E9

 

Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-28-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Why and how to bring birds in the garden.And Perennial plants that will feed you Their guest Michelle Balz author of https://www.amazon.com/Composting-New-Generation-Latest-Techniques-ebook/dp/B078T1JGTF

1. Bad bug control
2. Some eat weed seeds
3. Interact with wildlife
4. Flower pollination
5. Stress relief
Provide them habitat, food, water, and they will come
Grosbeak, cardinal, robin, sparrow, chickadee, brown creeper, warbler, wren, blue jay, songbirds, etc

Perennial plants that will work to feed you
Most will take some time, sometimes a few years, to establish – plants or trees.
Asparagus – 1 or 2 year crowns or start from seed – harvest 3 year – last 20 to 50 years
Rhubarb – 3 years – will need to divide – 15 year
Jerusalem artichokes – could be invasive, plant tuber, immediate harvest, some health benefits
Walking Egyptian onions – plant in spring, grow a top set or top bulb, they fall over and replant themselves. Wont get top bulb 1st year so could leave them
Horseradish – root crop – 15 years plus – can be divided from crowns
Berry bushes, fruit trees, strawberries =
Trees 3-7 years til harvest

They talk about:
1. what is the biggest misconception about composting
2. What is the ideal recipe for a compost pile?
3. If your compost pile is smelling what is that telling you
4. Best way to compost without having problems animals or pest in a urban setting

5. People think when composting you need a big pile in the back yard but you can do a method called trench or pit composting can you explain that?
6. Where can we find your book?

check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/
Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst
Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/
MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order.
Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/
Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/
Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/
Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/
Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/
Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/
Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/
Hoss Tools of www.hosstools.com
Tree Diaper of www.treediaper.com
Seedling Square of www.seedingsquare.com
Rebel green of www.rebelgreen.com
Dripping Springs OLLAS of www.drippingspringsollas.com
Saz Products of www.sazproducts.com
Shield n seal of www.shieldnseal.com
Pomona Universal Pectin of www.pomonapectin.com
Flame Engineering Inc. of www.flameengineering.com
Eco Garden Systems of www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018
Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of www.outpost.coop
Manure tea of www.manuretea.com
The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout
Handy Safety Knife of www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only.
Bio Safe of www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out
Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of www.chapinmfg.com
The Plant Booster of www.plantbooster.net
Tall Earth of www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout

 

Click here or Picture to listen 

Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-28-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Why and how to bring birds in the garden.And Perennial plants that will feed you Their guest Michelle Balz author of https://www.amazon.com/Composting-New-Generation-Latest-Techniques-ebook/dp/B078T1JGTF

1. Bad bug control
2. Some eat weed seeds
3. Interact with wildlife
4. Flower pollination
5. Stress relief
Provide them habitat, food, water, and they will come
Grosbeak, cardinal, robin, sparrow, chickadee, brown creeper, warbler, wren, blue jay, songbirds, etc

Perennial plants that will work to feed you
Most will take some time, sometimes a few years, to establish – plants or trees.
Asparagus – 1 or 2 year crowns or start from seed – harvest 3 year – last 20 to 50 years
Rhubarb – 3 years – will need to divide – 15 year
Jerusalem artichokes – could be invasive, plant tuber, immediate harvest, some health benefits
Walking Egyptian onions – plant in spring, grow a top set or top bulb, they fall over and replant themselves. Wont get top bulb 1st year so could leave them
Horseradish – root crop – 15 years plus – can be divided from crowns
Berry bushes, fruit trees, strawberries =
Trees 3-7 years til harvest

They talk about:
1. what is the biggest misconception about composting
2. What is the ideal recipe for a compost pile?
3. If your compost pile is smelling what is that telling you
4. Best way to compost without having problems animals or pest in a urban setting

5. People think when composting you need a big pile in the back yard but you can do a method called trench or pit composting can you explain that?
6. Where can we find your book?

check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/
Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst
Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/
MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order.
Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/
Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/
Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/
Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/
Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/
Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/
Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/
Hoss Tools of www.hosstools.com
Tree Diaper of www.treediaper.com
Seedling Square of www.seedingsquare.com
Rebel green of www.rebelgreen.com
Dripping Springs OLLAS of www.drippingspringsollas.com
Saz Products of www.sazproducts.com
Shield n seal of www.shieldnseal.com
Pomona Universal Pectin of www.pomonapectin.com
Flame Engineering Inc. of www.flameengineering.com
Eco Garden Systems of www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018
Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of www.outpost.coop
Manure tea of www.manuretea.com
The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout
Handy Safety Knife of www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only.
Bio Safe of www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out
Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of www.chapinmfg.com
The Plant Booster of www.plantbooster.net
Tall Earth of www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout

 

S2E8

Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-21-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics:Joey and Holly talk about the value of school gardeners thanks to Mike Podlesny is the host of https://www.youtube.com/user/mikethegardenerllc?sub_confirmation=1 and gardener’s questions and emails.Their Guest author of the Straw bale garden book complete https://strawbalegardens.com/
They talk about:
1.How did this straw bale garden concept begin?
2.What is the biggest mistake people make for those who see the straw bale gardening idea, but fail to actually read the book?
3.When we talk about growing in straw bales, people will question how it works – do you just put the plants in the bale or is there more to it than that?
4.When straw bale gardening is done correctly – do we have to worry about bugs and disease like we would if growing in soil?
5.For those who are growing in the straw bale method correctly, of all the benefits, is there one or two that stand out from the rest?
6.Where can we find the book? More about the method? Etc….

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-21-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics:Joey and Holly talk about the value of school gardeners thanks to Mike Podlesny is the host of https://www.youtube.com/user/mikethegardenerllc?sub_confirmation=1and gardener’s questions and emails.Their Guest author of the Straw bale garden book complete https://strawbalegardens.com/
They talk about:
1.How did this straw bale garden concept begin?
2.What is the biggest mistake people make for those who see the straw bale gardening idea, but fail to actually read the book?
3.When we talk about growing in straw bales, people will question how it works – do you just put the plants in the bale or is there more to it than that?
4.When straw bale gardening is done correctly – do we have to worry about bugs and disease like we would if growing in soil?
5.For those who are growing in the straw bale method correctly, of all the benefits, is there one or two that stand out from the rest?
6.Where can we find the book? More about the method? Etc….

 

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-14-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz Topics:Joey and Holly talk about:12 Time saving tips for you and your garden. Also how much to plant for the year for a family of 4, plus There Guest Greg Key of www.hosstools.com They talk about: 1.It is all about the soil when it comes to gardening Greg what and how to prepare you soil and what is best way if you have clay soil? 2.I don’t know a gardener who does not want to grow watermelon but it can be a challenge for us in the north what advice can you offer that can help? 3.Here is the north now is the time to plant asparagus now we have never grow asparagus what do we are our listener need to know about it to make sure we can grow a great crop? 4.We talk a lot about weeds and weeding some people leave weeds in the garden to protect their plants from bad bugs how is the best way to deal with weeds? 5.Contaminated Compost no all compost is good free or bought and you can’t look at it and say oh it looks good what do we need to know? 6.What are a few tool from your website that would you recommended for our listeners and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/ Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/ MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order. Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/ Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/ Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/ Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/ Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/ Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/ Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/ Hoss Tools of www.hosstools.com Tree Diaper of www.treediaper.com Seedling Square of www.seedingsquare.com Rebel green of www.rebelgreen.com Dripping Springs OLLAS of www.drippingspringsollas.com Saz Products of www.sazproducts.com Shield n seal of www.shieldnseal.com Pomona Universal Pectin of www.pomonapectin.com Flame Engineering Inc. of www.flameengineering.com Eco Garden Systems of www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018 Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of www.outpost.coop Manure tea of www.manuretea.com The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout Handy Safety Knife of www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only. Bio Safe of www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of www.chapinmfg.com The Plant Booster of www.plantbooster.net Tall Earth of www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout

S2E6

Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-7-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: a number of Vegetables that you can grow in Partial Shade also ways not to burn yourself out during the gardening season and their guest Author Mary Schier of https://maryschier.com/

1.As it seems we are having a hard time getting into the garden this year how long is to long before we as gardener should start getting concerned
2.How the best way is for us northerner garden to grow under cover and to the hobby gardener is it worth all the work.
3.Lets talk about dead heading and dividing why is it important to dead head your flowers and when it comes to dividing you plants how do you now if you need to or if they can been divided
4. We all have weeds in our garden some more than others why is it important for gardener to know what kind of weeds we have rather then just pulling them up and composting them
5.For those we do like to have a garden but also have a nice lawn what are some tips you can provide for a better lawn
6.If you are able to only grow 2 perennial fruit bearing plants in your northern gardener what would they be ?
7.How can we find your book and find out more about you?

Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/
Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst
Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/
MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order.
Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/
Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/
Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/
Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/
Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/
Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/
Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/
Hoss Tools of http://www.hosstools.com
Tree Diaper of http://www.treediaper.com
Seedling Square of http://www.seedingsquare.com
Rebel green of http://www.rebelgreen.com
Dripping Springs OLLAS of http://www.drippingspringsollas.com
Saz Products of http://www.sazproducts.com
Shield n seal of http://www.shieldnseal.com
Pomona Universal Pectin of http://www.pomonapectin.com
Flame Engineering Inc. of http://www.flameengineering.com
Eco Garden Systems of http://www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website http://www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018
Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of http://www.outpost.coop
Manure tea of http://www.manuretea.com
The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of http://www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout
Handy Safety Knife of http://www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only.
Bio Safe of http://www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out
Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of http://www.chapinmfg.com
The Plant Booster of http://www.plantbooster.net
Tall Earth of http://www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-7-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz Topics:Joey and Holly talk about:vegetables that can be grown in partials shade and what to do to keep from getting burned out during the summer in the garden and Author Mary Lahr Schier from https://maryschier.com/ They talk about: 1.As it seems we are having a hard time getting into the garden this year how long is to long before we as gardener should start getting concerned 2.How the best way is for us northerner garden to grow under cover and to the hobby gardener is it worth all the work. 3.Lets talk about dead heading and dividing why is it important to dead head your flowers and when it comes to dividing you plants how do you now if you need to or if they can been divided 4. We all have weeds in our garden some more than others why is it important for gardener to know what kind of weeds we have rather then just pulling them up and composting them 5.For those we do like to have a garden but also have a nice lawn what are some tips you can provide for a better lawn 6.If you are able to only grow 2 perennial fruit bearing plants in your northern gardener what would they be ? 7.How can we find your book and find out more about you? Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/ Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/ MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order. Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/ Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/ Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/ Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/ Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/ Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/ Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/ Hoss Tools of www.hosstools.com Tree Diaper of www.treediaper.com Seedling Square of www.seedingsquare.com Rebel green of www.rebelgreen.com Dripping Springs OLLAS of www.drippingspringsollas.com Saz Products of www.sazproducts.com Shield n seal of www.shieldnseal.com Pomona Universal Pectin of www.pomonapectin.com Flame Engineering Inc. of www.flameengineering.com Eco Garden Systems of www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018 Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of www.outpost.coop Manure tea of www.manuretea.com The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout Handy Safety Knife of www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only. Bio Safe of www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of www.chapinmfg.com The Plant Booster of www.plantbooster.net Tall Earth of www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-31-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: mistakes they have made in their garden so you don’t have too, plus Dwarf fruit trees and author and tv personalty and horticulture expert from https://getoutandgrow.org/ William Moss They talk about: 1.Everyone is anxious to get in the garden, how do you know when the right time is to turn the soil over? 2.How do you harden off your indoor seedlings? 3.People often want to save seeds, how can people plan their gardens now so they have the best chances of saving a variety of seeds and correctly? 4.There’s all types of mulches to use for edibles and non edibles, what mulches should be avoided even though they are commercially available? 5.A lot of cities have free or cheap compost available, free doesn’t always mean good, what is some advice to people who want to use the minimal cost resource vs using a higher quality soil? 6.What are 2 good gardening books or some resources you use when facing a challenge in the garden or for just good general gardening knowledge? 7.Where can we find you and more about you? Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/ Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst
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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-31-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: mistakes they have made in their garden so you don’t have too, plus Dwarf fruit trees and author and tv personalty and horticulture expert from https://getoutandgrow.org/ William Moss They talk about: 1.Everyone is anxious to get in the garden, how do you know when the right time is to turn the soil over? 2.How do you harden off your indoor seedlings? 3.People often want to save seeds, how can people plan their gardens now so they have the best chances of saving a variety of seeds and correctly? 4.There’s all types of mulches to use for edibles and non edibles, what mulches should be avoided even though they are commercially available? 5.A lot of cities have free or cheap compost available, free doesn’t always mean good, what is some advice to people who want to use the minimal cost resource vs using a higher quality soil? 6.What are 2 good gardening books or some resources you use when facing a challenge in the garden or for just good general gardening knowledge? 7.Where can we find you and more about you? Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/ Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst

S2E4

Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-24-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz

Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: The cheapest crops to grow that cost the most in the store plus berry bushes plant patches what is best for you. And author and founder of http://www.bigblogofgardening.com/ Todd Heft They talk about: 1.You have talked about bringing birds in the garden, some people think this is a bad thing, how are birds beneficial to your garden? 2.As we are about the approach the garden season, for those who are new to gardening, what is one piece of advice you like to give new gardeners?
3.In gardening we have a language all of itself, what are some of the more confusing terms us more seasoned gardeners use that may confuse new gardeners?
4.As you know soil is the lifeblood of your plants, how do you build your soil for the most success?
5.How do you maintain soil fertility in containers throughout the growing season?
6.You have a book, Homegrown Tomatoes: the step-by-step guide to growing delicious organic tomatoes in your garden, what is something unexpected people could learn from your book (without giving too much away)?
7.How do people find out more about your and where to find you?

Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/
Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out
highlights of past show/ podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/

The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst

3:04 crops that are cheap to grow but cost a lot to buy
13:38 Break 1 check out or sponsors that make the show possible
17:50 berry plants bushes
26:44 Break 2 check out or sponsors that make the show possible
31:49 Guest: Author Todd Heft of http://www.bigblogofgardening.com/
43: 47 Break 3 check out or sponsors that make the show possible
47:58 Questions from listeners and emails

Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible:
IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/
MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order.
Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/
Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/
Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/
Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/ Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/
Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/
Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/
Hoss Tools of http://www.hosstools.com
Tree Diaper of http://www.treediaper.com
Seedling Square of http://www.seedingsquare.com
Rebel green of http://www.rebelgreen.com
Dripping Springs OLLAS of http://www.drippingspringsollas.com
Saz Products of http://www.sazproducts.com
Shield n seal of http://www.shieldnseal.com
Pomona Universal Pectin of http://www.pomonapectin.com
Flame Engineering Inc. of http://www.flameengineering.com
Eco Garden Systems of http://www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website http://www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018 Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of http://www.outpost.coop
Manure tea of http://www.manuretea.com
The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of http://www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout
Handy Safety Knife of http://www.handysafetyknife.com Use promo code WVG to get 10% off and free shipping one time use only
Bio Safe of http://www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out
Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of http://www.chapinmfg.com
The Plant Booster of http://www.plantbooster.net
Tall Earth of http://www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-24-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: The cheapest crops to grow that cost the most in the store plus berry bushes plant patches what is best for you. And author and founder of http://www.bigblogofgardening.com/ Todd Heft They talk about: 1.You have talked about bringing birds in the garden, some people think this is a bad thing, how are birds beneficial to your garden? 2.As we are about the approach the garden season, for those who are new to gardening, what is one piece of advice you like to give new gardeners? 3.In gardening we have a language all of itself, what are some of the more confusing terms us more seasoned gardeners use that may confuse new gardeners? 4.As you know soil is the lifeblood of your plants, how do you build your soil for the most success? 5.How do you maintain soil fertility in containers throughout the growing season? 6.You have a book, Homegrown Tomatoes: the step-by-step guide to growing delicious organic tomatoes in your garden, what is something unexpected people could learn from your book (without giving too much away)? 7.How do people find out more about your and where to find you? Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/ Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst Check out the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible: IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/ MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Use coupon code SHARE10 to save 10% off your 1st order. Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/ Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/ Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/ Plant Success organics: https://plantsuccessorganics.com/ Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/ Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/ Bluemel’s Garden & Landscape Center Family owned, independent garden and landscape center that has been servicing the metro-Milwaukee area since 1955. 4930 W. Loomis RD. 414-282-4220 http://bluemels.com/ Hoss Tools of http://www.hosstools.com Tree Diaper of http://www.treediaper.com Seedling Square of http://www.seedingsquare.com Rebel green of http://www.rebelgreen.com Dripping Springs OLLAS of http://www.drippingspringsollas.com Saz Products of http://www.sazproducts.com Shield n seal of http://www.shieldnseal.com Pomona Universal Pectin of http://www.pomonapectin.com Flame Engineering Inc. of http://www.flameengineering.com Eco Garden Systems of http://www.ecogardensystems.com Made of recycled materials in the U.S It is a raised garden bed offers sustainable organic gardening that is environmentally sound. Use coupon code Wiveg125 to save $125 & Free Shipping (a $250 vale) on the Eco Garden Original Garden unit only in stone color must be purchased through the Eco Garden Systems website http://www.ecogardensystems.com/store valid thru Dec 31 2018 Outpost Natural Foods Co-op of http://www.outpost.coop Manure tea of http://www.manuretea.com The Gardener’s Hollow Leg of http://www.thegardenershollowleg.com Save 10% use veggies at checkout Handy Safety Knife of http://www.handysafetyknife.com Bio Safe of http://www.biosafe.net 10% on your next order use coupon code TWVG at check out Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of http://www.chapinmfg.com The Plant Booster of http://www.plantbooster.net Tall Earth of http://www.tallearth.com save 15% on orders placed on, TallEarth.com. use WISCONVEG at checkout

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-17-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: Square foot gardening vs row gardening what is better for you. Also tomatoes we recommend you growing this yea. Their guest Author Jessica Walliser of http://www.jessicawalliser.com/ They talk about: 1.Many people may not realize you can grow fruit trees and berry bushes in containers which may seem impossible – what are some tricks to these? 2.Your new book is all about container gardening, with container gardening, for a new gardener who chooses to grow this route, do they have to worry less about insect problems or are bad bugs the same concern as other growing methods? 3.When choosing a container to grow something in, is there a type of container or material you would say is a terrible idea? 4.We get a lot of questions about lack of pollination, what are some simple ideas to increase pollination? 5.Feeding/fertilizing is a good idea for all gardeners, when it comes to containers since they are smaller and some of the nutrients can run off faster, what is a good feeding guideline? 6.If your growing annuals in these containers, come next year, how do you revitalize the soil? 7.How do people find your book, more about you, etc? Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/
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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-17-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: Square foot gardening vs row gardening what is better for you. Also tomatoes we recommend you growing this yea. Their guest Author Jessica Walliser of http://www.jessicawalliser.com/ They talk about: 1.Many people may not realize you can grow fruit trees and berry bushes in containers which may seem impossible – what are some tricks to these? 2.Your new book is all about container gardening, with container gardening, for a new gardener who chooses to grow this route, do they have to worry less about insect problems or are bad bugs the same concern as other growing methods? 3.When choosing a container to grow something in, is there a type of container or material you would say is a terrible idea? 4.We get a lot of questions about lack of pollination, what are some simple ideas to increase pollination? 5.Feeding/fertilizing is a good idea for all gardeners, when it comes to containers since they are smaller and some of the nutrients can run off faster, what is a good feeding guideline? 6.If your growing annuals in these containers, come next year, how do you revitalize the soil? 7.How do people find your book, more about you, etc? Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/ Check out past shows Video and podcast https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ check out highlights of past show podcast and video https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/video-series/highlights-podcast/ Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-10-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: ways you can build your soil on the cheap and free. Also what to know before you buy use seeds. Their guest Author Lisa Rose of https://burdockandrose.com/
They talk about
1.What exactly is foraging or wildcrafting?
2. Many of us deal with creeping Charlie, you have a good use for it, what is that and how is it beneficial?
3.Why write about Midwest medicinal plants and Midwest foraging – why the Midwest?
4.What is a commonly foraged plant found all over the Midwest?
5.What is the biggest mistake people make when foraging?
6.Is there any plant with foraging that’s not recommended for beginners?
7.Where did you learn about medicinal plants and properties?
8. How can we find your book and more about you?
Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/
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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-10-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz Topics:Joey and Holly talk about:ways you can build your soil on the cheap and free. Also what to know before you buy use seeds. Their guest Author Lisa Rose of https://burdockandrose.com/ They talk about 1.What exactly is foraging or wildcrafting? 2. Many of us deal with creeping Charlie, you have a good use for it, what is that and how is it beneficial? 3.Why write about Midwest medicinal plants and Midwest foraging – why the Midwest? 4.What is a commonly foraged plant found all over the Midwest? 5.What is the biggest mistake people make when foraging? 6.Is there any plant with foraging that’s not recommended for beginners? 7.Where did you learn about medicinal plants and properties? 8. How can we find your book and more about you? Plus callers questions and emails. check out our website

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-3-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics: Joey and Holly talk about:Why not to buy your seeds from sites like eBay and Amazon.Also indoor seed starting how to do it right Segment sponsored by: https://www.happyleafled.com/
Their guest Author Emily Murphy of https://passthepistil.com/ they talk about
Why people commonly grow what they don’t like to eat
sheet mulching
the basic “ingredients” of a garden
how important soil is for your plants
What was the inspiration behind her book and where to get it.
Plus callers questions and emails.

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-3-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI, listen here during show hours Saturdays 9-10 am CST https://tinyurl.com/zvh5kaz
Topics: Joey and Holly talk about:Why not to buy your seeds from sites like eBay and Amazon.Also indoor seed starting how to do it right Segment sponsored by: https://www.happyleafled.com/
Their guest Author Emily Murphy of https://passthepistil.com/ they talk about
Why people commonly grow what they don’t like to eat
sheet mulching
the basic “ingredients” of a garden
how important soil is for your plants
What was the inspiration behind her book and where to get it.
Plus callers questions and emails.

Season 1 On Demand 2017

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For March 4, 2017
Joey and Holly are the host of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show in Milwaukee on 860AM and FM 106.5 WNOV Saturday Morning’s March till end of October (technical problem sound gets better at 30 mins) Joey & Holly Talk about mistakes that gardeners make. The pros and cons of Starting your own seeds vs buying plant starts Guest author of The Straw Bale Garden book Joel Karsten http://strawbalegardens.com/ and listeners calls and emails https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ Thank you to the following sponsors that Make the radio show possible Email twvgradio@gmail.com The Sponsors That Made This Possible Our wonderful Radio Sponsors That Make The Show Possible March 4th -October 28th Saturday morning’s 9-10 am On WNOV 860 & 106.5 FM Milwaukee Nesalla Kombucha: https://nessalla.com/ MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/ Tree Ripe Citrus and Peaches: http://www.tree-ripe.com/ Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/ Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/ Greenstalk Garden: https://greenstalkgarden.com/ Plant Success: http://www.plant-success.com/ Really Granola: http://reallygranola.com/ Mantis Plant Protection: http://www.mantisplantprotection.com/ IV Organics: http://ivorganics.com/ Art of the Garden: https://www.artofthegarden.net/ Woodmans Food Stores: https://www.woodmans-food.com/ Riverwest Co-op: http://riverwestcoop.org/ Ariens: https://www.ariens.com/en-us Hodgson mill : http://www.hodgsonmill.com/ Root assassin shovel: https://rootassassinshovel.com/

 

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Joey and Holly are the host of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show in Milwaukee on 860AM and FM 106.5 WNOV Saturday Morning’s March till end of October
Joey & Holly talk about the terms of the meaning of the Mediums that you will start your seeds in and grow your plants

Guest: Shawna Corando author of “101 organic gardening hacks – eco-friendly solutions to improve any garden”. http://shawnacoronado.com/ and listeners calls and emails

 

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Joey and Holly are the host of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show in Milwaukee Joey & Holly talk about Debunking common garden myths
on 860AM and FM 106.5 WNOV Saturday Morning’s March till end of October

Guest: Venice Williams Executive Director at Alice’s Garden http://www.alicesgardenmke.com/ and listeners calls and emails

Email: twvgradio@gmail.com

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 3-25-17 In studio video on 860AM WNOV Topics What you need to know to start a garden 5 forgotten vegetables you should plant guest breast cancer survivor and author Jenny Nybro Peterson plus callers questions
on 860AM and FM 106.5 WNOV Saturday Morning’s March till end of October

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-1-17 In studio video on 860AM WNOV​
Topics​: How much can you plant in your garden packing it in different ways and what herbs should you plant our guest author of the year round vegetable gardener and ground breaking food gardens from Canada Niki Jabbour plus callers questions and emails

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-8-17 In studio video on 860AM WNOV​
Topics​: what are the clean 15 and the dirty dozen and organic fertilizer which should you use our guest Rosarian From Indiana Teresa Byington plus callers questions and emails

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 4-15-17 In studio video on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Mulch the good kind and the bad for your garden and undertanding what GMO’s are their guest host of Wisconsin Foodie​ Kyle T Cherek​ plus callers questions and emails

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 4-22-17 In studio video on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about About Gardening Practices that have worked well int their garden and what is Earth day all about their guest host of Growing Your Greens on YouTube John Kohler plus callers questions and emails.

 

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 4-29-17 In studio video on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Companion planting is it really a good thing and what happened to the Victory Garden callers questions and emails. on 860AM and FM 106.5 WNOV Milwaukee Saturday Morning’s March till end of October

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 5-6-17 In studio video on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: How healthy is your soil? and pollinators their more then just bees also guest author of Gardening for Geeks Christy Wilhelmi  http://gardenerd.com/ plus callers questions and emails.

 

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 5-20-17  on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: Talk about 6 summer crops you can plant in your garden from seed and 4 tomato planting tips their guest Mike Nowak from http://mikenowak.net/ and questions from listeners  plus callers questions and emails.

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 5-27-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: 6 unusual vegetables they are growing their zone 5 garden also what you need to know on growing cucumbers this summer. Their guest melinda myers from http://www.melindamyers.com and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 6-3-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: several vegetables you can plant that do not take up much space also before you plant that tree or bush here is what you need to know. Their guest brienne gluvna arthur from http://briegrows.com/ and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 6-10-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: Good bugs in your garden and what to do to get them there also Composting 101 yes you can do it. Their guest Master gardener, horticultural educator, media expert William Moss! of http://getoutandgrow.com/ and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

 

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 6-17-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about more common Garden Myths also Farmers Markets have you ever been to one here is info you should know before you go. Their guest Author from Oklahoma but now living in Milwaukee, Stacy Tornio from http://destinationnature.com/ and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

 

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Joey and Holly talk about Alternatives to all purpose flour and how to plant and grow Okra Guest Host of PBS’s Growing a Greener World Joe Lamp’l from https://joegardener.com/ and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

 

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Joey and Holly talk about Why you should can your own food and the do and don’t of canning their Guest Master canner of Milwaukee county Christina Ward and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

 

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Joey and Holly talk about what you need to look for in your summer garden and 5 July Gardening Tips plus guest Pam from https://brownthumbmama.com/ and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

 

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Joey and Holly talk about 6 ways to lower the stress of your plants during the hot summer and different ways to deal with all the Zucchini you harvest or are given. Their guest Jessica Walliser co-hosts “The Organic Gardeners” http://www.jessicawalliser.com/

The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 7-29-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Understanding essential oils & dealing with Powdery Mildew Their Guest Sharon Morrisey is a premier horticulturist and teacher of both casual gardeners and Extension Master Gardener volunteers. She is the Consumer Horticulture Agent for Milwaukee County University of Wisconsin and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

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Joey and Holly talk about what you can do know to get a new garden spot ready for next spring. Also pt 4 of their debunking series of common garden myths Their Guest from YouTube channel Frugal Green Girl -Tawny.  Also, callers questions and answers.

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 8-12-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about what is Home Fermentation, What is Hugelkultur? and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

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Joey and Holly talk about what you should be doing with your grass clippings, The History of the blue canning Jar. Also why use cast iron to cook in? and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

 

The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 8-26-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about what you can do to control weeds now and in the spring plus ways you can Persevere Without canning Also Guest author and founder of http://www.thegardenbuzz.com/ Rhonda Fleming Hayes and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 9-16-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Understanding Microbes in the soil, Being more zero waste their guest Front yard gardener, author and garden speake from http://www.creativevegetablegardener.com/ Megan Cain also questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

 

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 9-23-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Seed saving the plants that are the easiest and ones that are best to buy new, Also the problems we have had on our tomatoes their guest Fermentation expert for 30 plus year from fermenters kitchen of facebook https://www.facebook.com/FermentersKitchen/ Jan Cambell also questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails


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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 10-7-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: what you can do to wintering your home on the cheap and how to make your own homemade vinegar . Their guest Master gardener, horticultural educator, media expert William Moss! of http://getoutandgrow.com/ and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 10-14-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: 11 things you can do with all those pears and apples you have & 5 things you can grow indoors in the winter. Their guest founder and CEO of http://ampleharvest.org/ Gary Oppenheimer and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.


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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 10-21-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about: 6 oxygen producing House Plants and putting your garden to bed for the winter. Their guest author of No one eats alone Michael S. Carolan from more information http://www.michaelcarolan.com/ and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

 


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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 10-28-17 on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about:Why you should garden, and Organic products that you should but or be making. Their guest ! Robert Scott Bell is a homeopathic practitioner with a passion for health and healing unmatched by anybody on radio http://www.robertscottbell.com/ and questions from listeners plus callers questions and emails.

 

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