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
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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Joey Talks with author Joel Karsten of Learn to Grow a Straw Bale Garden on his new book, and new product bale buster and show issues some gardener have had with their straw bale gardens
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