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?
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