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Vegetable Gardening

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Vegetable Gardening
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Michael C Podlesny

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Vegetable Gardening Show: Tips, Tricks and Techniques from the leading gardening industry experts

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#299: How to Save & Preserve Your Heirloom Vegetable Varieties with Philip Kauth of Seed Savers Exchange

In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Philip Kauth of Seed Savers Exchange. Philip is the seed bank manager at Seed Savers Exchange where they are dedicated to saving and sharing open pollinated seeds.Philip is going to share with us how Seed Savers Exchange got started, why it is so important to share heirloom varieties, and the one thing that Seed Savers Exchange does that most seed banks do not.From there, Philip will tell us the fun story behind the Work Release Paste Tomato, and even share some of his favorite seeds from the collection of over 25,000 varieties.This and so much more on this week's episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show! WATCH THIS EPISODE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: CLICK HERE Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show [?] How Seed Savers Exchange Got Started[?] The number of heirloom seeds that SSE has at any one time[?] Preserving and Sharing Garden Varieties[?] Seed Historian[?] The Work Release Paste Tomato[?] What is the difference between a GMO, Hybrid and heirloom variety[?] SSE Helping You Save Seeds[?] How Seed Savers Exchange gets their seeds into your hands Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show Seed Savers Exchange Mother Earth News The Seed Garden About this week's guest, Philip Kauth Seed Savers Exchange is a nonprofit dedicated to saving and sharing open pollinated seeds. Located in Decorah, IA, Seed Savers Exchange has a collection of over 25,000 varieties of garden varieties, grapes, and apples. Since 1975, Seed Savers Exchange has brought together passionate people who are concerned about preserving our gardening and food crop heritage.Philip Kauth is the Seed Bank Manager at Seed Savers Exchange. He has been with Seed Savers Exchange in various roles since 2013 including Assistant Curator in charge of the evaluation program and tissue culture lab manager in charge of preserving the potato collection. Please visit the sponsors to the Vegetable Gardening Show Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening! About the Author Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

30 MIN2018 OCT 15
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#299: How to Save & Preserve Your Heirloom Vegetable Varieties with Philip Kauth of Seed Savers Exchange

#298: How to Start a Community Garden and Understanding Why Community Gardens Are So Important

In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Cornell University's Marianne Krasny about Community Gardens and how they improve neighborhoods.Marianne is the professor in the Department of Natural Resources and Director of the Civic Ecology Lab at Cornell University as well as the author of Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up. She will share with us her insight on what community gardens provide to neighborhoods, placing a monetary value of community gardens, and how they evolve from food to flowers over time.From there she will give us some insight into recent studies that show how community gardens help deter crime, and she'll gives us what is trending in the community garden arena.This and so much more on this week's episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show! WATCH THIS EPISODE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: CLICK HERE Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show [?] Community Gardens, what are Community Gardens and why are [?] Community Gardens so popular[?] What community gardens provide to their area[?] Community Garden Trends[?] The monetary value that Community Gardens provide[?] How community gardens deter crime Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show Marianne Krasny Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up Eugenia Garvin Civic Ecology About this week's guest, Marianne Krasny Marianne is professor in the Department of Natural Resources and Director of the Civic Ecology Lab at Cornell University. She is author of Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up (with Keith Tidball, MIT Press 2015), instructor for Reclaiming Broken Places edX and Environmental Education: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Addressing Wicked Problems Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC), and a 2015 Public Voices Fellow with The Op-Ed Project.She initiated the Garden Mosaics community gardening education program, conducts research on grassroots environmental stewardship and environmental education, and has published popular pieces in the Huffington Post, PBS, The Nature of Cities, The Guardian, and other media. She was leader of EPA's National Environmental Education Program (EECapacity) and is a Foreign Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry. Please visit the sponsors to the Vegetable Gardening Show Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening! About the Author Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

22 MIN2018 OCT 12
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#298: How to Start a Community Garden and Understanding Why Community Gardens Are So Important

#297: Grow Your Home Vegetable Garden Like a Pro | Gardening Expert David Mattern of Chanticleer

In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with professional vegetable gardener, David Mattern. David is caretaker of the vegetable gardens at Chanticleer located just outside of Philadelphia, PA.David is responsible for making sure the vegetable gardens at Chaniticleer are not only aesthetically pleasing to the many visitors that come through and visit, but also productive as well.David will share with us some of his watering techniques, how to use leaf compost properly and attracting beneficial insects to the Chanticleer vegetable gardens. This and so much more on this week's episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show! WATCH THIS EPISODE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: CLICK HERE Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show [?] What it takes to be a professional vegetable gardener[?] Gadening as a constant learning process[?] Three basic characteristics of a professional garden[?] Staying motivated when your vegetable garden does not turn out like the pros[?] Properly watering your vegetable garden[?] Using Leaf compost[?] Benefical Insects and your home vegetable garden Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show Chanticleer Gardens About this week's guest David Mattern David holds a degree from Penn State University majoring in Landscape Contracting with an emphasis on design and a minor in Horticulture. He is also an alumnus of the Professional Gardener Training program at Longwood Gardens.In addition to his full time job at Chanticleer Garden as an assistant Horticulturist, David also lectures, teaches, and writes on various gardening related topics. One of those topics being vegetable gardening, as one of his responsibilities at Chanticleer includes caring for the vegetable garden. Please visit the sponsors to the Vegetable Gardening Show Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening! About the Author Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

23 MIN2018 OCT 10
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#297: Grow Your Home Vegetable Garden Like a Pro | Gardening Expert David Mattern of Chanticleer

Latest Episodes

#299: How to Save & Preserve Your Heirloom Vegetable Varieties with Philip Kauth of Seed Savers Exchange

In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Philip Kauth of Seed Savers Exchange. Philip is the seed bank manager at Seed Savers Exchange where they are dedicated to saving and sharing open pollinated seeds.Philip is going to share with us how Seed Savers Exchange got started, why it is so important to share heirloom varieties, and the one thing that Seed Savers Exchange does that most seed banks do not.From there, Philip will tell us the fun story behind the Work Release Paste Tomato, and even share some of his favorite seeds from the collection of over 25,000 varieties.This and so much more on this week's episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show! WATCH THIS EPISODE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: CLICK HERE Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show [?] How Seed Savers Exchange Got Started[?] The number of heirloom seeds that SSE has at any one time[?] Preserving and Sharing Garden Varieties[?] Seed Historian[?] The Work Release Paste Tomato[?] What is the difference between a GMO, Hybrid and heirloom variety[?] SSE Helping You Save Seeds[?] How Seed Savers Exchange gets their seeds into your hands Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show Seed Savers Exchange Mother Earth News The Seed Garden About this week's guest, Philip Kauth Seed Savers Exchange is a nonprofit dedicated to saving and sharing open pollinated seeds. Located in Decorah, IA, Seed Savers Exchange has a collection of over 25,000 varieties of garden varieties, grapes, and apples. Since 1975, Seed Savers Exchange has brought together passionate people who are concerned about preserving our gardening and food crop heritage.Philip Kauth is the Seed Bank Manager at Seed Savers Exchange. He has been with Seed Savers Exchange in various roles since 2013 including Assistant Curator in charge of the evaluation program and tissue culture lab manager in charge of preserving the potato collection. Please visit the sponsors to the Vegetable Gardening Show Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening! About the Author Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

30 MIN2018 OCT 15
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#299: How to Save & Preserve Your Heirloom Vegetable Varieties with Philip Kauth of Seed Savers Exchange

#298: How to Start a Community Garden and Understanding Why Community Gardens Are So Important

In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Cornell University's Marianne Krasny about Community Gardens and how they improve neighborhoods.Marianne is the professor in the Department of Natural Resources and Director of the Civic Ecology Lab at Cornell University as well as the author of Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up. She will share with us her insight on what community gardens provide to neighborhoods, placing a monetary value of community gardens, and how they evolve from food to flowers over time.From there she will give us some insight into recent studies that show how community gardens help deter crime, and she'll gives us what is trending in the community garden arena.This and so much more on this week's episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show! WATCH THIS EPISODE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: CLICK HERE Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show [?] Community Gardens, what are Community Gardens and why are [?] Community Gardens so popular[?] What community gardens provide to their area[?] Community Garden Trends[?] The monetary value that Community Gardens provide[?] How community gardens deter crime Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show Marianne Krasny Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up Eugenia Garvin Civic Ecology About this week's guest, Marianne Krasny Marianne is professor in the Department of Natural Resources and Director of the Civic Ecology Lab at Cornell University. She is author of Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up (with Keith Tidball, MIT Press 2015), instructor for Reclaiming Broken Places edX and Environmental Education: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Addressing Wicked Problems Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC), and a 2015 Public Voices Fellow with The Op-Ed Project.She initiated the Garden Mosaics community gardening education program, conducts research on grassroots environmental stewardship and environmental education, and has published popular pieces in the Huffington Post, PBS, The Nature of Cities, The Guardian, and other media. She was leader of EPA's National Environmental Education Program (EECapacity) and is a Foreign Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry. Please visit the sponsors to the Vegetable Gardening Show Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening! About the Author Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

22 MIN2018 OCT 12
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#298: How to Start a Community Garden and Understanding Why Community Gardens Are So Important

#297: Grow Your Home Vegetable Garden Like a Pro | Gardening Expert David Mattern of Chanticleer

In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with professional vegetable gardener, David Mattern. David is caretaker of the vegetable gardens at Chanticleer located just outside of Philadelphia, PA.David is responsible for making sure the vegetable gardens at Chaniticleer are not only aesthetically pleasing to the many visitors that come through and visit, but also productive as well.David will share with us some of his watering techniques, how to use leaf compost properly and attracting beneficial insects to the Chanticleer vegetable gardens. This and so much more on this week's episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show! WATCH THIS EPISODE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: CLICK HERE Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show [?] What it takes to be a professional vegetable gardener[?] Gadening as a constant learning process[?] Three basic characteristics of a professional garden[?] Staying motivated when your vegetable garden does not turn out like the pros[?] Properly watering your vegetable garden[?] Using Leaf compost[?] Benefical Insects and your home vegetable garden Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show Chanticleer Gardens About this week's guest David Mattern David holds a degree from Penn State University majoring in Landscape Contracting with an emphasis on design and a minor in Horticulture. He is also an alumnus of the Professional Gardener Training program at Longwood Gardens.In addition to his full time job at Chanticleer Garden as an assistant Horticulturist, David also lectures, teaches, and writes on various gardening related topics. One of those topics being vegetable gardening, as one of his responsibilities at Chanticleer includes caring for the vegetable garden. Please visit the sponsors to the Vegetable Gardening Show Please share The Vegetable Gardening Show! Let`s get everyone gardening! About the Author Mike Podlesny is the host of The Vegetable Gardening Show where he interviews gardening industry experts, and he is the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person. Don`t forget to link up with Mike on Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

23 MIN2018 OCT 10
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#297: Grow Your Home Vegetable Garden Like a Pro | Gardening Expert David Mattern of Chanticleer

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