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– [Narrator] In San Antonio, Christine and Richard Alcorta often go out to eat. Usually that means heading out the back door to make their fine dining picks for Richard’s menu of the day. – [Richard] I just love to cook. I think the main thing I like is the fresh ingredients. When you’re harvesting
Hi. I am Shawna Coronado and I want to teach you how to put a vegetable garden in your front lawn. I know. It sounds go crazy. So last year, with this garden, I donated over 100 pounds of food to the local food pantry. How cool is that? And that is what I want
This is a seed. It doesn’t look like much right now, but if you … put it in the ground, give it some water, fight off invaders, and wait a little while… After a few weeks with a little luck, you might end up with a head of lettuce. That’s a lot of work for
The CSR platform is a unique possibility to get to enlarge the scope to the whole supply chain so far we’ve been dealing with in the AIJN with the bottling companies and the raw material producers We try to reach out to the farmer to convince him to produce more sustainable if he also wants
Do you have an old, neglected fruit tree in your yard and you’re not sure what to do with it? Well here’s the good news, you can renovate it and start enjoying that heirloom fruit again, I’ll show you how. Before you begin you’ll need to decide if the tree is worth saving. Does it
– 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.