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Preparing to Provide! 2ed & 4th Tuesdays each month *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ Gardening in a Drought... With the crazy spring weather, a lot of gardens are late this year, putting them right in the middle of summer when it's often hot and dry. Dealing with drought can be a real challenge. But it doesn't have to be. There are many ways to conserve the water that you have and also maximize the effectiveness of it when used in the garden. It all starts with proper planning. Do you have a good source of water? Maybe a rain water collection system? For this week's show, we'll spend some time discussing how to keep your plants from getting too thirsty, and also cover a lot of other gardening related topics. If you have some tips or suggestions that you'd like to share, the number to call is 347-202-0228, and be sure to press one. Tags: MHPgardener, Gardening, vegetables, Farming, Prepper Broadcasting
Preparing For Life's Storms! Tuesdays *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ Have you been watching the prices in the grocery store, as the product packages shrink? What’s the answer? Grow your own produce. Every gardening question you ever wanted to ask but no one to ask it to. Well tonight on Preparing for Life’s Storms, BexarPrepper will welcome in Bobby (mhpgardener) an avid gardener, friend and gracious spirit. Bobby built both his greenhouses; I like to call them hangers cause their big enough to fit a plane in. He is learning hydroponic gardening he also gardens the traditional way, like the rest of us. Bobby grows some of the sweetest tomatoes I have ever tasted, nothing like what you get in the grocery store. So let’s all come with our questions and learn from the master and make our gardens as productive as possible to combat inflation. Tags: Preparing For Life's Storms, Self reliance, Awareness, Prepping, Prepare
In this Part 2 Interview with Carolyn Collins the founder of the Wild Gardening Community we discuss the overview from the first podcast (since the audio was in and out) as well as advanced organic gardening techniques.
Teaching you about raised bed gardening, container gardening and more!
Tune in for more GREEN gardening talk with Carolyn Collins!
Here is a link to the first podcast in case you missed it:
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Thanks so much for tuning in,
- David Benjamin
Economic gardening programs for small businesses are blooming nationwide. These economic development programs focus on growing and strengthening existing second-stage businesses within communities across the country. Join me and my guests Corey Mohen, Director of Statewide Programs for NetWork Kansas, and Mary Kueny, owner of The Porch Swing, who will talk about how business owners and economic development officials can get involved in these programs, as well as how economic gardening encourages the development of essential infrastructure that sustains long-term, internally-propelled economic growth.
Gardening and Unusual weather on Preparing to Provide! 2ed & 4th Tuesdays each month *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ We all have three basic needs… food, shelter, and clothing. Without food, the rest doesn’t matter. With food prices continuing to rise, it makes sense now more than ever to start growing your own food. So whether it’s a typical row garden, raised beds, greenhouse, or hydroponics… join Bobby as he shares how he is preparing to provide for his family and those in need, and how you too can be taking steps to care and provide for your loved ones. Tags: MHPgardener, Gardening, vegetables, Farming, Prepper Broadcasting
In this interview I interview Carolyn Collins of Wild Gardening. She has a degree in Horticulture from the University Of Illinois and is the author of "Beginners Guide To Organic Gardening" A simple guide to starting and growing a home garden naturally.
In this episode we discuss gardening, how you can get started and the health and happiness benefits of growing your own organic garden.
You can get her book here.
Join the Wild Gardening Facebook community here.
This is the alternative response. A radio show put together to catalogue our journeys in bulding an Eco Village. In this episode we will talk about how we came to be, things we are currently working on, and plans for the future. We hope to connect with like minded individuals and experience that which has already existed in alternative solutions for the future. Abstract as it is we invite you to
Sunday Gardening episode today! Learn about organic waste, composting, resources to check out and more! Sunday Gardening episodes air every 2-3 weeks from March-October annually; feel free to scroll through the archives to find previous episodes in this genre. You can find the hosts @: http://brummet.ca
It's Spring time and many of us are getting down and dirty with gardening - from planting bulbs and flowers, to delicious and nutritious vegetables for a healthier lifestyle.
Natural gardener John Drumgoole shares his tips on how to perfect your garden. He talks about how to get rid off those pesky insects...how to grow plants in the shade or on a balcony....how to attract butterflies...and much more.
Every Sunday afternoon, Rolonda Watts shares news, views, advice, and interviews, as well as motivation, encouragement, and inspiration on different ways to add more purpose and passion to your life, career, relationships, and business - for a better life and a better YOU! Join Rolonda and Friends every Sunday afternoon!
Kathryn Hall in known worldwide for her successful gardening blog, rated consistently as one of the top ten gardening blogs in the world and holding a Google page rank of 5. Kathryn is an internationally known book publicist, who has spent the major part of over three decades promoting books designed to make a difference, expressed in her popular tagline, “Changing the world one book at a time.” She is also a passionate gardener, a devoted mother, a keen observer of nature and an animal lover. Her book - Plant Whatever Brings You Joy: Blessed Wisdom From the Garden shares of the inherent wisdom for gardeners who are facing cleaning up after a storm, tips for guarding seedlings, how to resist the temptation to plant too much, and much more. Find today’s guest @: www.plantwhateverbringsyoujoy.com and www.estrellacatarina.com - & - you can find the hosts @: http://brummet.ca