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The Gardening with Joey and Holly radio show helps gardeners grow food across the country in the 2022 garden season. The show is hosted by husband and wife team Joey and Holly Baird. The show in 2022 is heard on 18 stations in 12 plus markets and in some parts of 24 states across the country, Milwaukee, WI, Ann Arbor, MI, Utah, Denver, CO, Pittsburgh, Pa Chippewa Falls, WI, Minneapolis, MN, Boston, MA, St. Joseph, MO, St. Louis, MO, Cleveland, OH and Sioux Falls, SD. The coverage for these stations are very large Click here. If you are not in the area of the show’s broadcast? No problem, listen online here click on the station logo during air time. 


Season six episode 4 of 2022. Joey and Holly will be talking about How you can grow better Brussel Sprouts . In segment two it is about mistakes made when making raised beds. Their guest is author Emily Murphy to learn more about Emily Click here. In segment four, Joey and Holly will be answering garden questions. You can submit your garden question by emailing the address  Gardentalkradio@gmail.com or call and leave a message for Joey and Holly at 1-800-927 SHOW and they will call you back. If you miss the show you can catch up on Season  five here and past seasons here by podcast replay. Thanks to all the sponsors they make the show possible without them there would be no show. Save money with coupon codes from sponsors click here
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Why not to buy seeds from eBay & Amazon indoor seed starting S2e1 TWVG Radio show

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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.