Archive for Gardening
Backyard, Long Term Food Storage!
Host: Karen Lynn “Lil’ Suburban Homestead”
Did You Know You Can Plan For Long Term Food Storage Right In Your Own Backyard?
Make sure to mark your calendars this week Karen Lynn has the good pleasure of interviewing Jared Stanley of J&J Acres and Permasapien….the two go hand in hand. J&J Acres is where Jared makes his residence and has shared with everyone for years about what they are up to on their homestead and Permasapien is his business. Jared is in the business of helping folks learn all about permaculture and it’s a business he is passionate about Read More→
Grow Your Own Food Summit
Host: Nick & Don “We Grow Ours”
Imagine being able to put a fresh strawberry in your morning smoothie without worrying about all the chemicals it’s been soaked in before you even touched it. Can you already taste the sweet and tangy homegrown tomato that you just added to your salad or made into dinner’s pasta sauce? Or maybe you’re simply looking forward to spending more time outside, teaching the kids about nature and nutritious vegetables, and watching them become Read More→
Missouri Addresses the Dangers of GMO Foods and the Benefits of Organic Farming!
By: John Wesley Smith “Destiny Survival”
Many preppers are already keenly aware of the dangers of GMO foods. We’ve heard about the benefits of organic farming and gardening. And we see the need to support those who produce locally grown food. These issues come together at the annual conference held by the Missouri Organic Association, February 5-7, 2015, in Springfield, MO.
My guest on DestinySurvival Radio this week is Sue Baird, Executive Director of the Missouri Organic Association. We talk about that conference and other topics. It promises to be of special interest to those who want to grow, and perhaps sell, organic produce and livestock. We also talk about the dangers of GMO foods and the use of glyphosates Read More→
Perennials and Preparation!
Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty”
Its not quite garden time but there are some preparation happening this time of year. I built a great new raised bed this year courtesy of my father in law Conrad. I will certainly plant some of my favorite annuals. There are things like green beans, turnips and radishes that I have to grow each year. My father in law is the king of tomatoes so I don’t even bother growing any of the nightshades. Unless I am having a hankering for some home grown eggplant. Read More→
In the words of farmer, and cattlemen!
Host: Nick and Don “We Grow Ours”
On this episode of the We Grow Ours show we’ll discuss the pros and cons of conventional farming with Jerry Klein. We’ll touch on the farmers views about GMOs and new age cattle treatment. We’ll also talk about the need for varmint control… and the good times you can have hunting them!
This week on the WeGrowOurs show, Nick and Don Read More→
Growing Power and Will Allen!
The Interview – Will Allen of Growing Power, Inc.
Host: Nick & Don “We Grow Ours”
This week on the WeGrowOurs show, Nick and Don are lucky enough to have “Will Allen”, farmer, founder and CEO of Growing Power Inc., Will is recognized as a preeminent practitioner of urban agriculture in America and throughout the world
Will Allen is an urban farmer who is transforming the cultivation, production and delivery of healthy foods to under-served urban populations. As the son of a sharecropper, former professional Read More→
Ornamental horticulture & landscaping!
Host: Mike “Mike the Gardener”
Mike and Dr. A discuss ornamental horticulture and how the wide range of various plant species play an intricate role in making your landscape not only more aesthetically pleasing but purposeful.
That, and so much more this week on Vegetable Gardening! Read More→
HGTV gardening expert, Maria Zampini
Host: Mike the Gardener
In tonight’s episode Mike chats with HGTV gardening expert, Maria Zampini. In 2012 Maria was named Director of Plant Development for the Agricola Management Group, the exclusive licensee of the HGTV HOME Plant collection. Her work includes sourcing genetics for the various plant collections, working with grower and retail partners as well as networking with garden writers. Read More→
Aquaponics vs Wicking beds
Host: Sam Coffman “The Herbal Medic”
Join Sam Coffman in this podcast as he talks about the differences between growing your own food (and medicine) using aquaponics systems vs. growing it in the dirt in a wicking bed setup. Many people have or want to jump on the aquaponics bandwagon. Aquaponics can be very useful in a number of ways and is a great way to emulate a couple of main components of a full ecosystem garden. Read More→
Herb Gardening and AppleHurst
Host: Mike Podlesny “Mike The Gardener”
Susan is going to get you excited about growing fresh, tasty herbs in your own home, and tempt your taste buds with some great recipes so you know how to use the herbs that you are growing. Read More→