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Mulch and GMO's In Station Video The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show #7

Watch the full show of click to the part you want to see. Look below The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener​ Radio Show from 4-15-17 In studio video on 860AM WNOV​ Topics:Joey and Holly talk about Mulch the good kind and the bad for your garden and undertanding what GMO's are their guest host of Wisconsin Foodie​ Kyle T Cherek​ plus callers questions and emails. on 860AM and FM 106.5 WNOV Milwaukee Saturday Morning’s March till end of October https:// thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ Thank...
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Mulch The Good & Bad (segment only) The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio show

Do you Mulch your garden? How do you mulch Joy and Holly talk about the good and the bad mulch for your garden thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/radio/ Email twvgradio@gmail.com show airs March 4th -October 28th Saturday morning’s 9-10 am On WNOV 860 & 106.5 FM Milwaukee thank you to the following sponsors that make this show possible Nesalla Kombucha: https://nessalla.com/ MI Gardener: http://migardener.com/ Beans & Barley: http://www.beansandbarley.com/ Tree Ripe Citrus and Peaches: http://www.tree-ripe.com/ Bobbex: http://www.bobbex.com/ Rootmaker: https://rootmaker.com/ Greenstalk Garden: https://greenstalkgarden.com/ Plant Success:...
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Raised Bed Gardening For Beginners. Site Selection, Organic Soil and Mulch

Its that time of year that people get inspired to start their first gardens. With all the information out there where do you even start? Today ill go through the basics in getting your first garden going starting by going through location selection, raised bed construction, garden soil and mulching. Location location location! It is really important to make sure you place your first garden in a good location. So how do you figure out where a...
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6 Types Of Organic Mulch Every Gardener Needs To Know – Gardening Tips

Organic mulches are materials were living plant materials you spread around or over a plant to keep the soil healthy, to prevent weed germination, erosion, and reduce evaporation. They decompose over time, returning nutrients to the garden soil. This not only improves the structure of the ground but provides inviting habitats for beneficial garden helpers like earthworms. Organic materials such as wood chips, bark, and newspaper can be used. Most are effective weed barriers. availability, Cost, and aesthetics are...
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