This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com, I have another exciting episode for ya and you know every episode I have is basically my life gardening lifestyle I mean I live a gardening lifestyle, half my day or more sometimes or actually out in the garden after I’ve finished with doing the things I have to
Hi I’m Tricia an organic gardener I grow organically for a healthy and safe food supply for a clean and sustainable environment for an enjoyable and rewarding experience Budding and grafting are the easiest ways to get more fruit of a variety that you like or to change the variety of a fruit tree or
– A question I get every fall is should I fertilize my fruit trees now and if so, what ratio fertilizer? Again, it’s probably not a good idea to fertilize fruit trees this time of year, especially with nitrogen. Nitrogen and fall rains can trigger a new flush of vegetative growth that can leave the
– It’s time for vegetable gardeners to shift gears and put the spring behind us. Get ready for the fall crop. And joining me right now to talk about how we do that is Randy Thompson from the Sunshine Community Gardens. Welcome back to the show Randy. – Thank you, thanks for having me Tom.
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That’s a great story, a vineyard in the backyard for the whole family to enjoy. I think that’s certainly appreciate that kind of gardening. Thanks for sharing your garden with us. Right now we’re going to be talking with Marjory Wildcraft and she’s the managing director of the Grow Network and is really encouraging people
[Music] Gardening needn’t be expensive. By recycling or repurposing waste materials, you can save money while doing your bit to go green. One man’s trash really is another’s treasure! In this video we look at ingenious ways of raiding the recycling pile for gardening goodies and breathing new life into old. Sowing is the easiest
Sustainable Symbiosis in Fish and Veggie Farming Germany’s first aquaponics farm. We’ve got a very low water usage and a very good CO2 record and because we are doing this in an urban environment, we don’t have long distance shipping or need for cooling during transport and have super-fresh products for our customers. In detail,