Posted on September 29, 2015 Updated on December 22, 2015
This entry was posted in Weekly Shows and tagged bean, big, bulky, bush beans, chop and drop, compost, container corn, cover crop, dollarseed, dry, eat, edible, fall lettuce, fibrous, full sun, gardener, gardening, grow, harvest, Holly Baird, HSU, Joey baird, microbial bacteria, moopoo tea, neglect, nutrients, organic, partial shade, pole beans, poor soil, reuse, save, seed, soil fixer, stressed corn, sustainable, volunteer, water, Wisconsin, worms.
Posted on June 9, 2015 Updated on January 18, 2016
This entry was posted in Weekly Shows and tagged 6 inches, blue lake pole beans, burlap sack, bush beans, colorful, compost, conditioning, container garden, container gardening, containers, cranberry beans, dried leaves, get rid of weeds, hsu growing supply, leaves, maximize space, mulch, organic, pencil pod beans, planting, pole beans, pop up raised bed, rows, scarlet runner beans, soil temperature, straw, straw bale gardening, trail of tear beans, trellis, water, water less, water retention, weed stopper, weed suppresent, weeds, Wisconsin.
Posted on May 17, 2015 Updated on May 30, 2015
This entry was posted in Straight to the Point and tagged container gardening, DIY, growing, growing food, Joey baird, organic, pole beans, repurpose, reuse, scarlet runner beans, the Wisconsin vegetable gardener, trellis.