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Epic Gardening: Daily Growing Tips and Advice

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Epic Gardening: Daily Growing Tips and Advice

Kevin Espiritu | Urban Gardener, Hydroponics Enthusiast, Plant Lover

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The Epic Gardening podcast is a daily gardening tips and advice show brought to you by Kevin Espiritu, an urban gardener, hydroponics enthusiast, and all-around plant lover. Every day, a gardening question from YOU will be answered in a fun and informative way in under 10 minutes!
 
'Gardening with the RHS' offers seasonal advice, inspiration and practical solutions to gardening problems. Trusted gardening professionals give you the latest horticultural advice, scientific research and tried and tested techniques to bring out the best in your garden. Topics covered include: growing your own vegetables, flowers, garden design, lawn care and gardening with children. Plus expert masterclasses in topics ranging from cottage garden plants, growing orchids, to pest control and ...
 
This podcast is devoted to all things gardening. National gardening television host, Joe Lamp'l, guides you through each episode with practical tips and information to help you become a better, smarter gardener, no matter where you are on your journey. This series has a strong emphasis on organic gardening and growing food, but covers a diverse range of topics from one of the country's most informed and leading gardening personalities today.
 
Fishing can be slow. Podcasts about fishing shouldn’t be. That’s why we created Bent, the unapologetic fishing podcast that moves faster than a tournament bass boat but doesn’t take itself near as seriously. Host Joe Cermele welcomes anglers of all backgrounds and interests, from hardcore crappie jiggers to dry-fly purists to offshore tuna addicts. Even if you’re just mildly fish curious, this podcast has something for you: regional fishing reports, tackle tips, trash talk, etymology, weekly ...
 
Weekly insights for small farmers and aspiring farm based entrepreneurs who want to earn a living on the land doing something that they care about. A weekly show that tracks the farm season featuring two hosts: Darby Simpson and Diego Footer of Permaculture Voices. We focus on small family farming, grass based livestock, pastured poultry, grassfed beef, pastured pigs, farmsteading, farm sales and marketing, and work-life balance.
 
Pioneering Today is all about getting back to basics, simple living, and self-sufficiency with old-fashioned skills and wisdom in a modern world. With heirloom gardening, canning, preserving the harvest, from scratch cooking, raising your own food, including livestock (backyard chickens, pigs, and cattle), natural medicine, herbs, DIY like soap making along with living a simple self-sufficient life, no matter where you live. Hosted by 5th generation homesteader, Melissa K. Norris, author of ...
 
Farmerama Radio is an award-winning podcast sharing the voices behind regenerative farming. We are committed to positive ecological futures for the earth and its people, and we believe that farmers of the world will determine this. Each month, we share the experiences of grass roots farmers instigating radical change for the future of our food, our health, and the planet. Tune in to hear how these producers are discovering a more ecological farming future and to learn how their decisions can ...
 
The Daily Gardener is a Monday - Friday Gardening Podcast. ⏰ Every day the show features: 🗞 Garden News & Advice 🏰 Botanical History & Literature 🖌 📚 An Inspiring Garden Book Recommendation 🌟 Botanic Sparks - Stories to Grow a Gardener’s Heart ❤️🌸🌱 Note to writers and creatives: I love highlighting the work of folks who write about botany, horticulture, and gardening. So if you fall into that category please reach out. Read more & connect on Social Media or at thedailygardener.org
 
On The Ledge is a podcast all about indoor gardening - helping you to grow everything from Aloe vera to the ZZ plant. Presenter Jane Perrone has been nuts about houseplants since she was knee high to a Swiss cheese plant. She quizzes the experts, helps you find cool new stuff to grow and figures out how to fix your plant problems. For more information, email ontheledgepodcast@gmail.com or visit janeperrone.com.
 
The podcast for people who love plants—but not always the same ones. Brought to you by the editors of Fine Gardening, this fun, informative podcast tackles all things topical in gardening. You’ll listen to the insights (and arguments) of Editor-in-Chief Steve Aitken and Senior Editor Danielle Sherry as they discuss various horticultural subjects on a deeper level. You will also hear from today’s leading horticultural minds who will offer their wisdom and opinions about what you might want to ...
 
Welcome to the Old-Fashioned on Purpose podcast, where ambitious people master the art of returning to their roots.Have you found yourself disenchanted with society, wishing you could opt-out of the rate race? Perhaps you’re craving a life that’s meaningful and tangible— a life where you can create and produce instead of merely consume?I’m Jill Winger— best-selling author and long-time homesteader. Over the last 10 years, I’ve helped thousands of families create more connection, grow amazing ...
 
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Farm Small Farm Smart

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Farm Small Farm Smart

The Modern Grower Podcast Network

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Insights for vegetable farmers and market gardeners who earn, or want to earn, a living growing vegetables profitably. In each episode, I talk with a beginning, or experienced farmer diving deep into their story to find out what makes their market farm successful. I focus on farming challenges and struggles, sales and marketing, soil preparation, weed management, post-harvest processing, appropriate technology, farm startup, market selection, and work-life balance. Hosted and produced by Die ...
 
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Rick Clark is a fifth-generation farmer from Warren County, Indiana. Driven by a desire to work alongside mother nature, Rick has been implementing regenerative practices on his farm for almost a decade. Rick’s commitment to soil health has allowed him to grow his operation to 7000 organic, no-till acres, in part by employing a variety of cover cro…
 
An investigation is underway into the death of a large number of crabs and lobsters off the North East coast of England. The phenomenon was first reported on some Teesside beaches last month and has now started happening in Whitby too. Scientists are analysing samples of water, mussels and crab. They’ve also used a trawler to take samples from the …
 
Francis Bucaille is a leader in the field of agronomy. Farmer, consultant, educator, author and owner of Gaiago, he has built a reputation nuancing some of the commonly held beliefs of regenerative agricultural practices. As a soil expert he talks about the key principles of agroecology, why fungi and lignin are so important, and how trees can help…
 
Paul sits back down with Alan Booker to try to talk about Bill Mollison’s Permaculture: A Designer’s Manual, but wind up getting completely distracted and talking cultivating a new generation of permaculture leaders and how to characterize them. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of this podcast…
 
This week we talk about cordless outdoor power equipment. You can subscribe on your favorite podcast app. Check out our home improvement videos on our YouTube channel Fix It Home Improvement. Download our e-books, Home Improvement Solutions : What Every Homeowner Should Know on Amazon. Email us at fixitpodcast@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @fixit…
 
This month, we’re heading to Glasgow to bring you three stories from the fringes of the COP26 conference. We’ll hear from the Glasgow Community Food Network and Tenement Veg about the challenges of growing food in Scotland’s largest city. We’ll highlight Nourish Scotland’s involvement at the conference, and speak to Warami Jackson and Marlon Opigo,…
 
Orchid grower Shawn Shumaker breaks down all the do’s and dont’s to successfully grow orchids inside your home… including the number one tip to get yours to rebloom. Plus -- is the ice cube watering method good or bad, what planting media should you use and what should be done to control pests. If you are looking to expand your collection, Shawn di…
 
Ecosystem landscapes don’t just benefit the land itself, they benefit you directly as the grower. Your social life, mental health, physical activity, etc. are all improved by building an ecosystem design landscape. Connect With Zach Loeks: Zach Loeks is a farmer, educator and author. He’s the founder of Edible Ecosystem Design, doing installs for f…
 
How do you look at your landscape and squeeze more edible production out of it, even if you have existing non productive plants? Connect With Zach Loeks: Zach Loeks is a farmer, educator and author. He’s the founder of Edible Ecosystem Design, doing installs for farms, homesteads, and public spaces. He also has his own farm and used to run a commer…
 
The weather might be wintry, but the good news is we can all enjoy home grown herbs year-round. This week, David Maxwell finds out how Claire Woods keeps a fresh supply growing through the winter months. He joins Klaus Laitenberger at the community garden in Bundoran where he’s pruning the blackcurrants. Cherry Townsend is on hand to answer questio…
 
This week we go from big machines to a small but powerful app. Along the way we’ll talk about the increase in wildlife crime - and the decrease in convictions, and the National Trust’s ban on trail hunting, something the pro hunt Countryside Alliance describes as disappointing.Presented by Charlotte Smith and produced by Beatrice Fenton.…
 
In this episode, we hear from each of the guests in the Permaculture, Land and Land Access series, as they address the question: What can we do to improve land access, particularly for those who want to grow food for people? We’ll hear from each of them in the order they appeared in the series so far, beginning with Jesse Frost, followed by Sarah M…
 
Paul sits back down with Alan Booker after a fourteen-month hiatus to get back into the Big Black Book, aka Permaculture a Designer’s Manual by Bill Mollison. In this episode, they start to discuss Mollison’s 5 permaculture principals and Paul’s reluctance to read David Holmgren’s work. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More …
 
Kathy Clugston hosts the horticultural programme featuring a group of gardening experts. This week's panellists are the ever-knowledgeable Chris Thorogood, Pippa Greenwood, and Bunny Guinness.The team marks the beginning of National Tree Week by sharing some potted tree ideas for a rooftop terrace, as well as offering advice for a student science p…
 
In bad times, are you prepared to grow and source your own food? Or do you even know how to get your food growing for you on your own land? Zach Loeks talks about prep, water catchment, and more. Connect With Zach Loeks: Zach Loeks is a farmer, educator and author. He’s the founder of Edible Ecosystem Design, doing installs for farms, homesteads, a…
 
This week, we’re passing the savings on to you by: missing two salmon for the price of one Razor Scooter, slashing stockers on “Fourth of July” colored PowerBait, donating scrap lead to the inshore reefs, and jacking party boat prices so the captains can meet government demands. Connect with Joe and MeatEater Joe on Instagram MeatEater on Instagram…
 
After so many months presenting the programme from home, Charlotte Smith is finally allowed out! She visits the CropTec Show in Peterborough to look at the latest innovation in farm machinery and test the mood among farmers.And, trail hunting will no longer be allowed on National Trust land, with the charity describing it as a ‘reputational risk‘. …
 
Some of the most beautiful and intricate creatures in the garden are not plants at all. A diversity of lichens are showing off right now on tree bark and branches, on stones, on unpainted garden furniture and even soil, more visible since many of the garden's plants have quieted down visually for their dormant season. Let's go on a virtual lichen w…
 
Learn how Zach ran a small commercial market garden, but more recently a nursery growing fruit trees, berries, and more. Connect With Zach Loeks: Zach Loeks is a farmer, educator and author. He’s the founder of Edible Ecosystem Design, doing installs for farms, homesteads, and public spaces. He also has his own farm and used to run a commercial mar…
 
The tastiest and hardiest kale varieties grow and how to beat the winter cold with a warming and delicious sloe gin Learn how to grow winter veg staple (and superfood) kale with RHS expert Guy Barter, who recommends the best varieties and explains how to keep problems at bay. There's also great advice on when and how to protect tender plants from t…
 
Last year saw a marked increase in wildlife crime, but a decrease in convictions. A report out today from Wildlife and Countryside LINK says reports of likely crimes against badgers were up 36% on 2019 and those against raptors doubled.All poultry in the UK must be kept indoors from Monday to limit the spread of bird flu. The Governments in England…
 
Grow bags are a convenient solution for gardeners who are short on space, but every gardener can enjoy the benefits of grow bags. In this week’s episode, I answer all your questions on gardening in grow bags, including all the advantages as well as the challenges and how to overcome them. We polled our social media followers recently on what they w…
 
Jerome lets listeners know about what is going on at CRMPI (Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute) this winter and next spring, and a project at a new property. Join us every fourth Wednesday of the month for Living Permaculture, KDNK's source for information on how to live a more sustainable life. Permaculture is a design system for ecolog…
 
We have the pleasure of welcoming back Brett Chedzoy on the podcast. While last time we dedicated much of the conversation to transforming woods into a productive silvopasture, this time we focus on planting trees into pasture. We go into a lot of depth into the design of such plantations as well as their management implications. We conclude the in…
 
Paul sits back down with Alan Booker after a fourteen-month hiatus to get back into the Big Black Book, aka Permaculture a Designer’s Manual by Bill Mollison. This part focuses on Figure 2.1 on page 14, talking about water retention landscapes, water cycling, and crediting inventors. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More inf…
 
Zach Loeks comes on to talk about the concept of “Edible Ecosystem Design”, his methodology of building gorgeous, productive edible landscapes for clients. Connect With Zach Loeks: Zach Loeks is a farmer, educator and author. He’s the founder of Edible Ecosystem Design, doing installs for farms, homesteads, and public spaces. He also has his own fa…
 
Troy Hinke of Living Roots Compost Tea discusses the importance of the soil food web and the microorganisms that make it up. This is foundation information which will be built on later in the series. Follow Troy on IG: https://www.instagram.com/livingrootscomposttea/ This episode was produced by Diego Footer. Follow Diego on IG https://instagram.co…
 
New research questions whether the rules assessing the toxicity of pesticides are doing enough to prevent harm to pollinators. Regulation of pesticides usually focuses on the impact of the active ingredients of a product, but this study found a additional chemical used in commercial fungicides in the UK can damage the health of bumblebees.We visit …
 
In its latest predictive propaganda, the World Economic Forum asks, “What if extreme weather FROZE your bank account?” It is clear that deliberate interruptions to critical infrastructure are coming, and will be blamed on climate change in order to make the case that an imagined “climate disaster” requires carbon lockdowns and the totalitarian resp…
 
There is a difference between relying on each other and relying on Them. I believe healing and progress will take place in our country when there is more of the first and far less of the second, but in order to have less of the second, we have some uncomfortable questions to answer. I think this is important to talk about because as the world is go…
 
It’s fall, and there’s not much to do in the garden. But it’s a great time to think about the next year. Jordan and I share some of the projects we’re working on. Connect With Jordan Mara: Jordan is the founder of Mind & Soil, a company that provides natural and organic gardening products and has a mission to help 1,000,000+ people connect with the…
 
Paul sits down with some of his patreons (Julia, Katie, and Mark) to talk about an essay written by Derrek Jensen that became a precursor to Paul’s Building a Better World in your Backyard, with this part discussing how the presence of people that aren’t kind and good hinder the entire process. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussi…
 
In this episode, Reana Kovalcik and I discuss direct action and mutual aid to get seeds into the hands of people who want to grow food. Using that same overlay, to find and connect with local allies and organizations to spread the message and amplify our impact. Throughout, she uses her work with Slow Food and the program she started, Share a Seed,…
 
Jordan shares his “Grow Together” fund, where he collects and deploys funds to get worthy gardening projects off the ground. Connect With Jordan Mara: Jordan is the founder of Mind & Soil, a company that provides natural and organic gardening products and has a mission to help 1,000,000+ people connect with the mental health benefits of gardening. …
 
In this episode, we invite Cliff Struhl on the show to talk about his company, Bee Smart Designs. Cliff actually got his start in manufacturing beekeeping equipment because his wife didn’t want cinder blocks and 2x4’s as hive stands in her very well-designed gardens around their home. Cliff, whose business is manufacturing plastic, blow molded side…
 
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