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Atoz: A Speculative Fiction Book Club Podcast
Ep. 52: The Book of Three by Lloyd Alexander

Atoz: A Speculative Fiction Book Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 34:29


Let's go to Prydain. Grab a copy of Mulch, the new horror novella from Alex Mac. Join the conversation on the Atoz forum. Support the network and gain access to over fifty bonus episodes by becoming a patron on Patreon. Want more science fiction in your life? Check out The Gene Wolfe Literary Podcast. Love Neil Gaiman? Join us on Hanging Out With the Dream King: A Neil Gaiman Podcast. Lovecraft? Poe? Check out Elder Sign: A Weird Fiction Podcast. Trekker? Join us on Lower Decks: A Star Trek Podcast. Want to know more about the Middle Ages? Subscribe to Agnus: The Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Podcast.

DiTullio & Moran
WYD Thursday: Don't Chew Mulch Edition

DiTullio & Moran

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 12:08


THU 9-29-22 SEGMENT 4-- What You Doing Thursday? Multiple texters try to stop Tools from chewing on mulch.

KSL Greenhouse
Time to Mulch

KSL Greenhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 16:27


Welcome to The KSL Greenhouse Show! Hosts Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes tackle your gardening questions, talk plants, and offer tips for an amazing yard. Listen Saturdays 8am to 11am at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL Newsradio App. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at @kslgreenhouse. #KSLGreenhouse    Taun shares some reasons why putting now mulch now is such a great idea. Mulch can really help with those weeds especially. Taun tells us how to make it most effective at this time. Sherry wants to know when is the best time to plant peach and apple trees. Taun has a lot of suggestions for what kinds to plant here for most needs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Elder Sign: A Weird Fiction Podcast
Ep. 123: The Gospel According to Mark by Jorge Luis Borges

Elder Sign: A Weird Fiction Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 54:36


Spoiler: it doesn't end well for the protagonist. Grab a copy of Mulch by Alex Mac! Thanks to the awesome Patreon supporter who nominated this awesome episode! If you would like to purchase a nomination or a bonus episode of your own, email the show at ClaytempleMedia.@gmail.com. Support the show and gain access to over three dozen bonus episodes by becoming a patron on Patreon. Rate and review the show to help us reach more readers and listeners. Not enough science-fiction and fantasy in your life? Join us on The Gene Wolfe Literary Podcast! Love Star Trek? Come find us on the Lower Decks! Neil Gaiman fan? Love comics? Join us on Hanging Out With the Dream King: A Neil Gaiman Podcast. Check out Glenn's medieval history podcast Agnus! Find out how you can commission a special bonus episode here. Join the conversation on the Claytemple Forum. Follow Claytemple Media on Facebook and Twitter, and sign up for our newsletter. Follow Glenn on Facebook and Twitter. Check out Glenn's weird fiction story "Goodbye to All That" on the Tales to Terrify Podcast. Next time: In the Drownings (Voice of the Fire) by Alan Moore. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com

Ag+Bio+Science
34. Soybeans + mulch = smulch

Ag+Bio+Science

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 17:08


Purdue University students competed earlier this year with one objective: who can create the best innovation using soybeans? The answer: Team Smulch. This week, we are joined by Zuhal Cakir, Libby Plassard and Ethan Miller, the founders of Smulch, to talk about their innovation, sizing up the competition and what's next for these young entrepreneurs. 

Aussie LawnStars
Daniel Barna knows which way to skin his cat

Aussie LawnStars

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 70:25


Daniel Barna runs a great business in QLD. Tune into his episode to get insight into the way he runs his business.

Sustainable World Radio- Ecology and Permaculture Podcast
Gardening Like Nature

Sustainable World Radio- Ecology and Permaculture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 55:39 Very Popular


Learn how to garden like nature from writer, horticultural consultant, and educator Dr. Lee Reich. We start with an audio tour of Lee's award winning “farmden," which is more than a garden and less than a farm. Packed with plants, including Paw Paws, Hardy Kiwi, Gooseberries, Figs, and Filberts, Lee uses his land as a test site for showcasing his gardening techniques. After 40 years of tending the land, Lee not only grows healthy fruits and vegetables, but also lots of fertile soil and compost.  Lee and I discuss the art and science of building soil from the ground up following his easy low impact approach. Lee explains why he believes it's important to pay attention to the top few inches of soil and let nature take care of the rest. Lee advocates gardening like nature by using a system that's good for plants and people and that emulates natural conditions.  We chat about mulch, the importance of compost, and why Lee loves to repurpose what others might call waste in his quest to improve soil fertility and grow vibrant and resilient plants. Dr. Lee Reich is a writer, horticultural consultant and educator with graduate degrees in soil science and horticulture. Lee's farmden has won awards from National Gardening and Organic Gardening magazines and has been featured in many publications like the New York Times and Martha Stewart Living. HIs books include Weedless Gardening, Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, and Growing Figs in Cold Climates. Lee was a former plant and soil researcher for the US Department of Agriculture and Cornell University and wrote a syndicated gardening column for the Associated Press for nearly 30 years. Learn more about Lee and his work at leereich.com

The Gene Wolfe Literary Podcast
Ep. 144: Peace - Chapter Four - Discussion - Part II

The Gene Wolfe Literary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 97:52


And now we enter middle age. Grab a copy of Mulch by Alex Mac. Support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. Rate and review the show to help us reach more readers and listeners. Not enough weird fiction in your life? Join us on Elder Sign: A Weird Fiction Podcast. Love Star Trek? Come find us on the Lower Decks! Neil Gaiman fan? Love comics? Join us on Hanging Out With the Dream King: A Neil Gaiman Podcast. Check out Glenn's medieval history podcast Agnus! Find out how you can commission a special bonus episode here. Join the conversation on the Claytemple Forum. Follow Claytemple Media on Facebook and Twitter, and sign up for our newsletter. Follow Glenn on Facebook and Twitter. Check out Glenn's weird fiction story "Goodbye to All That" on the Tales to Terrify Podcast. Next time: Chapter Five - Recap - Part I.

Valley Nursery Plantcast
39: Fall Planting, Mulch, Mulch, Miggity Mulch & Cover Crops

Valley Nursery Plantcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 14:09


The season changing does not mean you are finished in the garden. No friends, the fun ain't over. Fall is the PRIMO season for planting new trees and shrubs while also freshening up the yard with mulch AND planting cover crop to replace nutrients in the soil to get your garden primed for next spring. A gardener's work is never done. Wahoo!

Hanging Out With the Dream King: A Neil Gaiman Podcast
Ep. 41: Season of Mists - Chapter Four (Sandman #25)

Hanging Out With the Dream King: A Neil Gaiman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 68:03


The Sandman school story with dead people. Grab a copy of Mulch, the new horror novella from Alex Mac. Support the network and get awesome bonus episodes by becoming a patron on Patreon. Join Glenn's new podcast book-club Atoz: A Speculative Fiction Book Club Podcast. Check out the Gene Wolfe Literary Podcast. Not enough weird fiction, horror, and dark fantasy in your life? Subscribe to Elder Sign: A Weird Fiction Podcast. Watch Star Trek with Glenn and Valerie by listening to Lower Decks. Love history? Listen to Agnus: The Late Antique, Medieval, and Byzantine Podcast. Join the conversation on the Claytemple Forum. Follow Claytemple Media on Twitter. Follow Glenn on Twitter.

Organic Gardener Podcast
426. Bluebird Gardens | CHARLOTTE EKKER WIGGINS | Missouri

Organic Gardener Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 58:44


Tuesday • March 15, 2022 Here from Missouri is an amazing beekeeper, gardener, and author, CHARLOTTE EKKER WIGGINS! https://amzn.to/3wWX6lR ()https://amzn.to/3wWX6lR (Bee Club Basics: How to Start a Bee Club)https://amzn.to/3CW0KjI ()https://amzn.to/3CW0KjI (A Beekeeper's Diary: Self Guide to Keeping Bees)Has lots of checklists to help you get started. Master Beekeeper class is using her next book Bees Need Flowers, Planting for Pollinators coming out soon. Tips include: reading a lot.  Join a bee club because it's like learning a new language. Beekeeping is very local Need to know bee biology to work with bees not tell them what to do Spend a year learning about beekeeping by taking 1 or more classes, reading, meeting other beekeepers. Bees are colony based, not self centered like humans. Bees sometimes leave because they don't want to spread disease to the hive. Jackie asks what if you can't find a club?  Thanks to the pandemic lots of clubs are meeting on Zoom like https://beesbeyondborders.com/ (Bees Beyond Borders) in Florida have guest speakers from leading bee experts in the country. What works and what doesn't in a gardenThe critical part of providing bees is your SOIL HAS TO BE HEALTHY! Need to keep soil healthy which will keep plants healthy and then bees will be healthy and food we eat will be healthy. One out of every 3 bites of food we eat is from bee pollination.Composting is the easiest thing to do. Mulch with compost. Lots of bird houses for natural pest control I'm the same way. There's so many garden chores I don't want to do but compost is so easy! I don't understand people who say it's too hard, messy or complicated. Charlotte adds we need to move away from perfection. In the old days, magazines used to really focus on green lawns. Common sense says it's expensive to put in, you need to put in high expensive fertilizers, the minute it grows you cut it down and it doesn't really add anything to the environment. A bug bite on a rose leaf is exciting it means there's a relationship between ladybugs and praying mantis etc who are eating the pests in the garden because they need food so a whole in a leaf is important for the rose to grow. What grew well?  Catnip What's something new or different your excited to try? Some https://www.rareseeds.com/ (Baker Creek Co Seeds).https://www.rareseeds.com/ (https://www.rareseeds.com/) Some flowers and peppers that were ordered. I like the tried and true.  Do you save your own seeds? I just tried spaghetti squash and loved it so I saved those. I also do companion planting. I plant onions around my roses to deter bugs and if I need an onion. I mix my vegetables and flowers, I don't have them in rows, I plant them in with my flowers because I can move them around each year so they're not planted in the same soil and using up all the nutrients and the pollinators are attracted by the flowers.  How about something that didn't go the way you thought is was going to? My least favorite thing is to dig holes, I didn't get as much mulch as I would have liked in some new flower beds, and I planted some zinnias in a bed that wasn't quite ready for planting. They didn't do as well as they should have.  Getting to the Root of Things What's your favorite activity in the garden? Play with my bees. How do you play with your bees? Follow them and observe where they're going. Are they on fruit trees or flowers? Are the mason bees out of their houses? Things I do to keep the veroa mites low. Want to monitor and keep hives small.  What's big and small? A nucleus hive is about 5-8000 bees. A full colony is 60-80,000 bees. Pollen for the queen and nectar is flight fuel. Mutual relationship between bees and flowers. If you have good forage through growing season April through October. 2,000,000 flowers to make a pound of honey.  Best advice? Soil section of the master gardener classes. I will take a...

Kermitment
Episode 69 - The Muppet Show, Episodes 13-15 (1981)

Kermitment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 99:27 Very Popular


The boys are back, and they're talking about The Muppet Show.... again. Will the tonal whiplash between country king Johnny Cash and punk queen Debbie Harry be enough to keep them engaged? We'll see. And just what is Mulch's deal, anyway?? This week's episode covers the following... epiosdes: Hal Linden, Johnny Cash, and Debbie Harry yaaaayyyyyy! Kermitment has a Patreon! Running a podcast is deceptively expensive work, so by becoming our Patron, you help us cover those costs and allow us to do funner, cooler stuff in the future! Find out more here! Visit our website to find a link to the Kermitment Patreon, logo pin and more fun stuff at http://Kermitment.com! If you can't get enough Kermitment, follow @KermitmentPod, where we'll tweet fun stuff and interact with our listeners! And you can follow each of us individually: Matt: @MatthewGaydosSam: @im_sam_schultz

Elder Sign: A Weird Fiction Podcast
Ep. 122: Lusus Naturae by Margaret Atwood

Elder Sign: A Weird Fiction Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 63:42


Another vampire story. Maybe. Grab a copy of Mulch by Alex Mac! Thanks to the awesome Patreon supporter who commissioned this awesome episode! If you would like to purchase a nomination or a bonus episode of your own, email the show at ClaytempleMedia.@gmail.com. Support the show and gain access to over three dozen bonus episodes by becoming a patron on Patreon. Rate and review the show to help us reach more readers and listeners. Not enough science-fiction and fantasy in your life? Join us on The Gene Wolfe Literary Podcast! Love Star Trek? Come find us on the Lower Decks! Neil Gaiman fan? Love comics? Join us on Hanging Out With the Dream King: A Neil Gaiman Podcast. Check out Glenn's medieval history podcast Agnus! Find out how you can commission a special bonus episode here. Join the conversation on the Claytemple Forum. Follow Claytemple Media on Facebook and Twitter, and sign up for our newsletter. Follow Glenn on Facebook and Twitter. Check out Glenn's weird fiction story "Goodbye to All That" on the Tales to Terrify Podcast. Next time: The Gospel According to Mark by Jorge Louis Borges Music: http://www.purple-planet.com

The Dirt Doctor Radio Show
Episode 268: September 4, 2022 ~ Hour 1

The Dirt Doctor Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 53:49


For more helpful information, advice, and recommendations, go to www.dirtdoctor.com.

RNZ: Standing Room Only
Patricia Donovan - The Collections

RNZ: Standing Room Only

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 11:33


If the only way to address the global population crisis and the degradation of the planet was to limit everyone's lifespan to just 70 years, would you go along with it happily? Or would you fight to live? In Patricia Donovan's novel The Collections set in 2041, this is the task facing Claris, who works in a government Collections Depot. They're responsible for ensuring 70 year olds are euthanased, then their bodies are processed so they can be returned to the earth as ecologically sound mulch. The Collections is the third novel by the Kapiti Coast based writer. Lynn Freeman talks with her about the rival merits of life and ecological disaster. Patricia Donovan's The Collections was published by Mary Egan Publishing.

Behind The Headlines
September 3rd, 2022 - Lyme disease vaccine, Shinnecock Powwow, school district public information, and a mulch fire

Behind The Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 53:42


This week on Behind The Headlines, the panel discusses a promising new Lyme disease vaccine currently being tested; the Shinnecock Powwow; access to school district public information; and a mulch fire in Calverton. https://www.facebook.com/shaw11946 (Joseph P. Shaw), Executive Editor, The Express News Group https://www.facebook.com/wpsutton (Bill Sutton), Managing Editor, The Express News Group https://www.facebook.com/civiletti (Denise Civiletti), Editor/Publisher, Riverhead Local https://www.facebook.com/brian.cosgrove.7186 (Brian Cosgrove), Host of The Afternoon Ramble, WLIW-FM Christopher Gangemi, Staff Writer, The East Hampton Star

Behind The Headlines
September 3rd, 2022 - Lyme disease vaccine, Shinnecock Powwow, school district public information, and a mulch fire

Behind The Headlines

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 53:42


This week on Behind The Headlines, the panel discusses a promising new Lyme disease vaccine currently being tested; the Shinnecock Powwow; access to school district public information; and a mulch fire in Calverton. https://www.facebook.com/shaw11946 (Joseph P. Shaw), Executive Editor, The Express News Group https://www.facebook.com/wpsutton (Bill Sutton), Managing Editor, The Express News Group https://www.facebook.com/civiletti (Denise Civiletti), Editor/Publisher, Riverhead Local https://www.facebook.com/brian.cosgrove.7186 (Brian Cosgrove), Host of The Afternoon Ramble, WLIW-FM Christopher Gangemi, Staff Writer, The East Hampton Star

Row by Row Garden Show
Row by Row Episode 213: Growing Small In The Fall

Row by Row Garden Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 34:12


No, we don't mean you should be growing less, just think about other smaller uses to grow your own food. There is a lot more focus on the container and raised bed gardens lately. More and more people are starting to learn how to garden and become more sustainable. One of our favorite times to garden using containers and raised beds is in the fall. Container, vertical, and raised bed gardening is ideal for those with little to no in-ground garden space. Problems with soil-borne diseases, nematodes, or poor soil conditions can be easily overcome by switching to a container garden. Did you know that raised beds are one of the most popular ways to garden? Vertical gardening is also growing in popularity with people using new or existing structures in their homes. Think of the space you can save with vertical growing! Let's look at some reasons why you should be growing small in the fall! Container Gardening, Growing Small in the Fall Reason #1 you should be growing in containers: easy access! You can grow right outside your kitchen, or even inside your kitchen! Grow in spaces like balconies, patios, doorsteps, window sills, driveways, etc. It makes it easy growing small in the fall. Sizes: Important to know how large, and deep the container must be. Consider the size and shape of the plant's root system, and how rapidly it grows. Light-colored containers keep the soil cooler than dark containers. Container Drainage: Drainage holes are essential Prep: Put in desired space before filling and planting. Check the appropriate shade/sun according to plant requirements. Plain garden soil can be too dense. Fall plants great for containers: Lettuce, Herbs, All-Top Turnips, Kale, Collards, Beets, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Mustards Container Materials - Growin Small In The Fall Clay or terracotta are attractive but breakable and easily damaged by freezing and thawingCast concrete is long-lasting but can be heaving and hard to move.Plastic and fiberglass are lightweight and become brittle with cold or age. Wood: Choose a naturally rot-resistant wood.  Don't use creosote (toxic to plants)Root Pouch Grow Bags: Allows the plant roots to breathe and grow but make sure you have the right size! Raised Bed Gardening One of the most popular ways to garden. Knowing the tips & tricks will help you be more successful! Location: Survey your sun exposure throughout the day. Note the number of hours of full sun, part shadeIrrigation: Plan how you are going to irrigateSoil: Don't start with bad soil, invest in your soil because the soil is what feeds the plant. Crappy soil, crappy plants.  Need soil with good nutrition, good water retention, good drainageCompost 1/3 of the mix, aeration component 1/3 mix (perlite) 1/3 water retention material (peat moss, coconut coir)Mulch: Organic covering for the top of your soil that's going to help protect your soil, and help keep it nice and moist. Buffer layer to the top of the soil. (straw) be aware of wood chipsPlacement of plants: Plan ahead and think about how the plant is going to grow and its size once it matures. Will it shade out other plants? Low growers up front, bigger ones in the back.Bed Preparation: Soil testing, amend, cover crops, Mulch, tarping, don't let it stay bare.Label your plants, and document what and when you planted them. Vertical Gardening - Best way to grow small When you're limited on space, grow up! Vertical gardening is growing rapidly in popularity. People are planting wherever they can. Pots suspended on a wall, stair step structures, vertical towers, arches, fence panels, trellis, and cages. Why? Here's why: Saves spaceHarvesting is easier when uprightPlants are healthier, up out of the soil, no splash back, leaves do not stay moistBeautiful spacesFall Plants For Vertical Growing: pole beans, gourds, cucumbers, tomatoes, winter squash, peasFall Plants for Vertical Towers: Strawberries, Bush beans, herbs, lettuce

Gardening Australia
FAQS – When to mulch | Pruning flowering shrubs | Omega-3 plants

Gardening Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022


Josh covers the best time to mulch your garden, Jane prunes flowering shrubs and Jerry shows how you can grow your own vitamins!

Garden Basics with Farmer Fred
220 Aphid Control Tips. Chickens vs. Heat

Garden Basics with Farmer Fred

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 27:25 Transcription Available Very Popular


Wherever you live, wherever you garden, at some point in the year, your plants will get aphids. This sucking insect enjoys the sap from many of your favorite plants, including vegetables, fruits, flowers, shrubs and trees. Aphids can also spread plant diseases. Oh, and they do attract ants, who covet the sweet excretions of aphids. We have tips for controlling this widespread garden pest, aphids. Record breaking temperatures persist throughout much of the northern hemisphere this summer. How are your backyard chickens doing with the heat. We have strategies for helping your roosters and hens and chicks cope with triple digit heat, this summer.We're podcasting from Barking Dog Studios here in the beautiful Abutilon Jungle in Suburban Purgatory. It's the Garden Basics with Farmer Fred podcast, brought to you today by Smart Pots. And we will do it all in under 30 minutes. Let's go!Previous episodes, links, product information, and transcripts at the new home site for Garden Basics with Farmer Fred, GardenBasics.net. Transcripts and episode chapters also available at BuzzsproutPictured: Aphids on a rose bud Links: Subscribe to the free, Beyond the Garden Basics Newsletter https://gardenbasics.substack.com Smart Pots https://smartpots.com/fred/ Dave Wilson Nursery https://www.davewilson.com/home-garden/Plants to Attract Beneficial Insects (with pictures of the beneficials)All About Aphids (UC)Cherie Sintes-Glover: ChickensForEggs.comGot a garden question? • Leave an audio question without making a phone call via Speakpipe, at https://www.speakpipe.com/gardenbasics• Call or text us the question: 916-292-8964. • Fill out the contact box at GardenBasics.net• E-mail: fred@farmerfred.com All About Farmer Fred: The GardenBasics.net websiteThe Garden Basics with Farmer Fred Newsletter, Beyond the Basics https://gardenbasics.substack.comFarmer Fred website: http://farmerfred.com Daily Garden tips and snark on Twitter https://twitter.com/farmerfredThe Farmer Fred Rant! Blog http://farmerfredrant.blogspot.comFacebook:  "Get Growing with Farmer Fred" Instagram: farmerfredhoffman https://www.instagram.com/farmerfredhoffman/Farmer Fred Garden Minute Videos on YouTube As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases from possible links mentioned here.And thank you for listening.Dirt Road DiscussionsThis is not an ordinary farm podcast! Intriguing stories hosted by the Idaho Farm Bureau.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

The Dirt Doctor Radio Show
Episode 260: August 14, 2022 ~ Hour 2

The Dirt Doctor Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 53:52


For more helpful information, advice, and recommendations, go to www.dirtdoctor.com.

KSL Greenhouse
Saving Water With Mulch

KSL Greenhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 17:56


Welcome to The KSL Greenhouse Show! Hosts Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes tackle your gardening questions, talk plants, and offer tips for an amazing yard. Listen Saturdays 8am to 11am at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL Newsradio App. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at @kslgreenhouse. #KSLGreenhouse  Don't get rid of that mulch! It can help you with your water conservation. Taun talks about how to use mulch for water conservation in this week's Water Wise segment. You can find more details on how to conserve water with mulch as well as other water wise tips on the KSL Greenhouse Show Facebook page.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Plantrama - plants, landscapes, & bringing nature indoors
Encore Mulch, Nitrogen and Smart Weeds

Plantrama - plants, landscapes, & bringing nature indoors

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 21:28 Very Popular


Ellen and C.L. discuss whether the use of mulch robs the soil of nitrogen, and we take a dive into the Polygonaceae family…smart weeds and knotweeds. We give you the scoop on two informative webinars for anyone interested in growing hydrangeas, and answer a question about the odd, jelly-like forms that a listener has found on some junipers. 1:42  True or False: Mulch robs the soil of nitrogen.      6:21  Eat/Drink/Grow: Is your weed smart or knot?  12:31   Insider Information: Hydrangea webinars given by C.L.     16:33  Love Letters and Questions: Aliens in the juniper!    Thanks to our sponsors at Dramm Rainwands! https://rainwand.com/

The Dirt Doctor Radio Show
Episode 256: August 7, 2022 ~ Hour 1

The Dirt Doctor Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 53:52


For more helpful information, advice, and recommendations, go to www.dirtdoctor.com.

Flower Power Garden Hour
Flower Power Garden Hour 151: August To Do & Listener Q&A

Flower Power Garden Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 48:14 Very Popular


Lots of tasks during the hot summer season, including: Plant cabbage, carrots, beets, celery, kale, onion seeds, potatoes, mustards, chard, collards, leeks Deadhead flowers Hose off whiteflies, sticky traps Clean up old fruit on trees, ground Still time to summer prune fruit trees Order fall bulbs Support melons on the ground or on vines Continue to deep water young, newly planted trees Deadhead, cut back mophead hydrangeas   A wide variety of listener questions are addressed, including: How to control Leaf Miners on cucumber What type of milkweed for Monarch butterflies Lawn clippings for mulch? How to get rid of green hornworms Yellowing leaves on mandarins & limes Bubbles from the soil while when watering potted plants Pepper plant with black at the base of stems Do sunflowers stunt the growth of surrounding plants To ask questions for future shows, submit them at: Facebook Instagram email Marlene at marlenetheplantlady@gmail.com Find Marlene over on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson
688: Free Water for the Garden

The Urban Farm Podcast with Greg Peterson

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 39:52


A chat with Don Titmus.  In This Garden Chat: The biggest and most basic concern when maintaining a garden is water.  In these uncertain times of drought and rising costs, how can you ensure your garden will not wilt just when you need it most?  Don Titmus shares his secrets for finding free water right where you are, no matter where you live.  Using his expert tips, your garden will be stay green and healthy, and you will be a better steward of our most precious resource.  Best of all, watering your garden will be easier than ever!   On the last Tuesday every month we host The Urban Farm Garden Chats where Greg Peterson has a relaxed conversation in a Zoom room with a special guest to cover useful gardening topics, and they answer questions from the live listening audience. To join us for the next event, go to www.GardenChat.org or Click HERE to register for the Monthly Garden Chat with Live Q&A Our Special Guest:Don Titmus grew up in London and at age 16 spent 4 years being trained in horticulture through an apprenticeship and a college course. From there he continued landscaping in his hometown until he moved to Arizona in 1981, where he worked in landscaping and then started his own business in garden maintenance.  In 2003 he attended a Permaculture Design Course, which was life-changing for Don. He knew right away that this was the path he'd been waiting for, and later attended two Permaculture Teacher Trainings.  He co-founded the Phoenix Permaculture Guild, started a Permaculture design company, redesigned his home site into a permaculture design destination, and helped develop a thriving permaculture community in the Phoenix, Arizona area. He has presented in 5 cities, worked in several states, attended classes in 5 states, and pretty much lives and breathes permaculture.

Plantrama - plants, landscapes, & bringing nature indoors
Mulch killing weeds, Citrus from Seeds, and a Robot Weeder

Plantrama - plants, landscapes, & bringing nature indoors

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 25:45 Very Popular


Have you wondered how, or if, mulch kills weeds? Have you tried to grow a citrus plant from a seed? Ellen and C.L. discuss these topics, and answer Dianna's question about her kousa dogwood that isn't doing well. Plus C.L. tells Ellen and our listeners about a robot that weeds in gardens.   :28   Plant Noob:   Does mulch kill weeds?  6:47    Eat/Drink/Grow: Some considerations when growing citrus from Seed. 14:02   Check THIS Out!:    Tertill: a solar-powered, robot weeder. 18:13  Love Letters and Questions    From Dianna: “I purchased a kousa dogwood from a landscaper and they installed it for me.”

Strip-Till Farmer Podcast
Strip-Tilling Into Perennial Living Mulch With Andrew Bowman & Charles Martin

Strip-Till Farmer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 48:50


In today's episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by the Pluribus Lite from Dawn Equipment, Oneida, Ill., neighbors Andrew Bowman and Charles Martin explain the experiment, the benefits of strip-tilling into a living mulch, how to make a clover polyculture work for cash crops and much more.

Nebraska Extension Almanac Radio
The Importance of Mulch

Nebraska Extension Almanac Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 4:25


Talking Trees with Davey Tree
Protect Your Trees from Extreme Heat

Talking Trees with Davey Tree

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 20:45


Adam Passo from Davey's Southwest Milwaukee office talks about how to care for your trees during summer heat waves. In this episode we cover:Tree watering (0:30)How much should you water your trees? (2:44)Rain (3:23)Mulch (3:57)Volcano mulching (5:14)Planting during the summer? (7:52)Watering bags (9:12)Right tree, right place (9:55)Trees Adam loves planting (11:36)Deer resistance (13:31)How Adam started his job (16:42)Importance of certified arborists (18:29)To find your local Davey office, check out our find a local office page to search by zip code.To learn more about tree watering, read our Tree Watering blogs. To learn more about mulching your trees, read our Tree Mulching blogs. To learn more about protecting your trees from deer, watch our Talking Trees video on How to Protect Trees from Deer and Wildlife. To learn more about the importance of hiring a certified arborist, watch our Talking Trees video on Why Hire a Certified Arborist. Connect with Davey Tree on social media:Twitter: @DaveyTreeFacebook: @DaveyTreeInstagram: @daveytreeYouTube: The Davey Tree Expert CompanyLinkedIn: The Davey Tree Expert CompanyHave topics you'd like us to cover on the podcast? Email us at podcasts@davey.com. We want to hear from you!

Pointing Fingers The Podcast
12 Yards Iranian Mulch

Pointing Fingers The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 46:31


What not to say on Venmo, smelling good, terrible noises and more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Flower Power Garden Hour
July To Do List and Listener Tomato Q&A

Flower Power Garden Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 45:11 Very Popular


July gardening is actually one of the less busy months in terms of number and volume of tasks.  There is a lot of maintenance, but no major, backbreaking work. We combine the July list on this episode with a deep dive into listener Q&A – with a focus on tomatoes.  If you have questions or need advice on tomato growing, this is a must listen.     To ask questions for future shows, submit them at: Facebook Instagram email Marlene at marlenetheplantlady@gmail.com   Find Marlene over on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook

Ratgeber
Mit Mulchen den Boden schützen

Ratgeber

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 5:45


Im Gemüse- Beeren und Blumengarten ist es im Sommer besonders wichtig zu mulchen. Denn: Platzregen, austrocknender Wind und heisse Sonne, schädigen die nackte Erde. Mulchen regt die Aktivität der Bodenlebewesen an, schattiert die Oberfläche des Bodens, verhindert ein Abschwemmen der Erde bei Platzregen, hält die Feuchtigkeit im Boden und unterdrückt die Keimung von einjährigem Unkraut. Mulch aus dem eignen Garten: * Rasenschnitt * zerkleinerte Gründüngung * zerschnittene Farnblätter oder Wallwurz * zerschnittene Ernteabfälle von gesunden Gemüsepflanzen und Kräutern Im Handel findet man: * Mulchmaterial aus Chinaschilf ( Chinaschilf wird in der Schweiz hergestellt, Chinaschilf ist der Name der Pflanze = Miscanthus sinensis, aus der dieser Mulch hergestellt wird) * Einstreu für Kleintiere aus gehäckseltem Hanf, wirkt auch gegen Schnecken * Pferdeeinstreu 'Waldboden' Beim erstmaligen Mulchen wird eine Schicht von 2-3cm Höhe rund um die Gemüsepflanzen, Setzlinge, Blumen und Beeren ausgebracht. Bei einer Aussaat, wird neben der Aussaatreihe gemulcht. Sobald die Erde darunter wieder zum Vorschein kommt, wird die Mulchschicht wieder aufgefüllt. Am besten nach dem Lockern!

Davin's Den
MULCH VERSUS SPADE JUNE 28, 2022 PT 1

Davin's Den

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 71:50


Davin has landscaping problems and Joe and Davin review the Stadium Tour starring Joan Jett, Poison, Motley Crue, and Def Leppard.

Brackets
Brackets 33: You Wont Like Me When I'm Merbles

Brackets

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 82:30


This week we are thrilled to be made relevant by two cast members of Chicago comedy show Missed Call, and TikTok comedy duo of their own right - @jak_and_ham - Jake Prizant and Hannah Moser! It's a good thing that they agree on most things, because when they don't the results are cataclysmic... you'll see what we mean. 'A Mouth Full of Mulch' vs 'Are You Afraid of The Shark' 'Plenty N' Good' vs 'Marbles' 'Using Emojis on Venmo' vs 'Taking Your Boss to The Zoo' Featuring: Hannah Moser, Jake Prizant, and Zach Decker Host, Mixer, and Editor: Adam Decker

Vermont Garden Journal
Tamp down your tomato blight anxiety by learning to mulch, pinch and prune.

Vermont Garden Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 5:12 Very Popular


Even if they are green and healthy, you can prune the leaves from your tomato plants. Knowing how and when to prune and pinch the suckers will help the plant divert all its energy and nutrients into growing stronger. You'll be rewarded with more tomatoes, too.

Row by Row Garden Show
Row by Row Episode 203: What You Need To Be Doing In The Garden Now

Row by Row Garden Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 27:51


It's HOT down here in SW Georgia. We've been harvesting a lot lately and fighting the high temperatures but we are thinking about our Fall gardens and what we should be doing in the garden now! Garden Chores While chore lists may not be everyone's favorite, this is one chore list that every gardener needs! Stay on top of weeds/pestsHarvest/PreservePruning of Spring-Flowering ShrubsContinue fertilization schedule Mulch your garden bedsWater plants deeply and regularlyReplenish/Amend SoilRemove Plant DebrisPlant uncovered spaces with cover crops/tarpsBuy seeds for fall - at Hoss Tools (of course)Succession planting Zone 9 - What You Should Be Doing Your first frost date of when it will really start to cool down is typically around December 10th on average. If you are planting fall tomatoes and peppers you should start them in the seed trays in mid-August and you can then put them in the ground in mid-September. Tomatoes and peppers have a 75-day maturity and you should be able to harvest in November before your frost. Our favorite tomato varieties for the fall (heat set) tomatoes are Hossinator, Florida 91, or Homestead. Field peas should be plated from September 1 through September 15. Zone 8 - What You Can Grow November 22nd is the average frost date for Zone 8, which means you should start tomatoes and peppers on July 1st to transplant into the ground around August 1st. They should be ready to harvest around October 15th. Field peas will be planted on the first of September since they are around 65 days to maturity. We are going to plant sweet corn in August for the fall garden. Zone 7 - Growing for the Fall If you are wanting to grow tomatoes and peppers for a fall crop, you want to go ahead as soon as possible and start those seeds in the greenhouse. You can also plant beans and squash now! Zone 7's first frost date is November 15th. If you want to plant field peas, you can plant them around the same time as Zone 8, which is the first of September. Product of the Week Tomato Seeds Field Peas Seeds Pepper Seeds Watch the Complete Show on YouTube Below: https://youtu.be/FjkNPWx761M

Ace On The House
OTH: Bad Stromer's Still Slinging Mulch

Ace On The House

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 61:49


This week, Stromer's back and he's ready to throw it back to 70s tv series with Ace. Plus, we find out how bad a young Stromer really was. Then, they turn to your questions on, roofing, flooring, tile painting. Thanks for supporting our sponsors: Geico.com JBWeld.com BlindsGalore.com, Let them know we sent you!

Dan Barreiro
Top 5, Mulch!, Gun Bill? - Bumper to Bumper 6/13/22 Hour Three

Dan Barreiro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 63:09


Dan and Gaardsy review the Top 5 which includes some D'Angelo Russell steam before Dan continues some of the mulch conversation and outlines the progress made on a potential gun bill in Washington.

Dan Barreiro
Jonny Athletic, Mulch Deep Dive - Bumper to Bumper 6/13/22 Hour Two

Dan Barreiro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 49:18


Jonny Athletic makes his weekly appearance and reacts to the latest D'Angelo Russell steam and talks Twins. Dan wraps up the hour with a very controversial discussion about mulch!

Flower Power Garden Hour
Flower Power Garden Hour 145: June To Do List

Flower Power Garden Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 10:14 Very Popular


This episode is the garden To Do list for the month of June.  Summer suddenly feels like it is in full swing, with a rapid to transition to HOT weather.  Time to get your garden tasks done early in the morning.  Vegetables to plant: Tomatoes Eggplant Peppers Squash Watermelon Zucchini Corn Beans Cucumbers Melons Okra Pumpkins Watermelon Swiss Chard   Garden tasks: Shade peppers Pinch off basil flowers, dead head flowers Compost Mulch Deep water trees Remove stakes from trees and re-stake Paint fruit trees Thin fruit trees Monitor for pests, use kaolin clay diatomaceous earth Cage tomatoes, peppers Control weeds so they don't go to seed Be patient with fruit set….or hand pollinate   To ask questions for future shows, submit them at: Facebook Instagram email Marlene at marlenetheplantlady@gmail.com   Find Marlene over on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook

KSL Greenhouse
Getting Mulch From The Wood Chipper

KSL Greenhouse

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 17:22


Mike planted tomatoes and peppers in clay soil without compost and planted the seeds deep. He's wondering if he made a mistake. Rick wants to know if wood put through a chipper would be good for mulch. Texters are looking for tree suggestions for a park strip.     Welcome to The KSL Greenhouse Show! Hosts Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes tackle your gardening questions, talk plants, and offer tips for an amazing yard. Listen Saturdays 8am to 11am at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL Newsradio App. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at @kslgreenhouse. #KSLGreenhouse  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SmashBoxxTV's Disc Golf Podcast
Episode 404 - Aftershow

SmashBoxxTV's Disc Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 68:12 Very Popular


Jon rants about USWDGC coverage. Mulch update!

The Snow Plow Show Prank Call Podcast
The Snow Plow Show Episode 757 – It’s The Mulch

The Snow Plow Show Prank Call Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 51:55


This late-night live show was mostly inspired by the guy in my neighborhood, walking around and trying to signal his fellow residents with…

MARGARET ROACH A WAY TO GARDEN
Mulch With Bill Fonteno-A Way to Garden With Margaret Roach May 23, 2022

MARGARET ROACH A WAY TO GARDEN

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 26:32 Very Popular


I get a lot of questions every year about mulch, about how to use it, when to use it, which kind to use. And today we'll talk about all that, but also even more important about what goes on in the soil beneath that mulch layer when you mulch with an organic material. My guest today to explain all that is Bill Fonteno, Professor Emeritus of Horticultural Science at North Carolina State University and former technical advisor to the U.S. Mulch and Soil Council, the industry trade association.

Ace On The House
OTH: Criers, Creepers, and Bad Vibes

Ace On The House

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 57:13


This week, the guys have a jam-packed show from insulating concrete, gas line colors, drilling through a foundation and hot garage door talk. Plus, emotional remodels. Thanks for supporting our sponsors: Geico.com JBWeld.com GoDRPower.com MasterSpas.com, promo code: Ace WalkFulton.com, promo code: ACE10 BlindsGalore.com & let them know we sent you

Buddhist Society of Western Australia
Dhammaloka Book Club: ”Opening the Door of Your Heart” | Venerable Sunyo

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 61:27


Venerable Sunyo discusses his favourite stories in the book, sharing anecdotes from his childhood and meditation practice at the Dhammaloka Books Club's 5th session on the 14 May 2022. Venerable shares the attitude that he uses when he meditates, "Just by sitting down and being there, the meditation is already a success and done, and there is nothing further to change or to get somewhere". The mind then gets peaceful right away, as we are opening the door of our heart to whatever is going on in our mind. Also keep an ear out for Venerable's amusing encounter with "MULCH" in the monastery. This book is available from the Dhammaloka Library. Dhammaloka Book Club is usually held on the second Saturday of every month from 1.45 pm to 2.30 pm, please check the BSWA event page for the latest updates. To download the audio, click on the audio track's title to open it up in Podbean. Audio teachings are available to download from our BSWA Podcast Channel (Dharma talks and guided meditations) and BSWA DeeperDhamma Podbean Channel (retreats and suttas). Videos can be viewed in our BSWA YouTube Playlists. Books and articles are available on our website here.    

Pantry Chat
How to prioritize your homestead projects

Pantry Chat

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 40:59 Very Popular


Whether you have 40 acres or a 1/4 acre suburban lot, there are always projects on the to-do list and it isn't always easy to get them all done in a timely manner. So how do we prioritize homestead projects to get them all done?Be sure to grab your copy of In the Homestead Kitchen Magazine here: https://homesteadingfamily.com/in-the-homestead-kitchen-ytFor more information visit the blog post here: https://homesteadingfamily.com/how-to-prioritize-homestead-projectsTime Stamps0:00 - Chit Chat18:00 - Mulch in the Garden21:18 - Storing Freeze Dried Milk23:43 - Prioritizing Projects~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~MORE ABOUT US!WELCOME! We're so glad you're here! We are Josh and Carolyn Thomas. Together with our nine children, we are The Homesteading Family where we're living a self-sustainable life in beautiful North Idaho. Let us welcome you and show you a bit about us here: http://bit.ly/HFWelcomeVideo Grow, Preserve & Thrive with us!  Visit us on our blog: https://www.homesteadingfamily.comFacebook at https://www.facebook.com/homesteadingfamilyInstagram: https://instagram.com/homesteadingfamilyRumble: https://rumble.com/HomesteadingFamilyA few highlights you don't want to miss are our FREEBIES!! Healthy Healing at Home – Learn how to confidently use herbal medicine in your home with this FREE 4 video workshop: https://homesteadingfamily.com/HHHytYour Best Loaf – A Free 4 video workshop teaching you how to make great bread at home, every time, regardless of the recipe you are using: https://homesteadingfamily.com/free-bread-workshopMeals on Your Shelf – Can along with me!  Learn to can and put jars of a delicious meal on your pantry shelf with this FREE video series: https://homesteadingfamily.com/MOYS-free-workshopFREE PDF DOWNLOADS:- Homesteading Family's Favorite Holiday Recipes - Grab all of our family's favorite holiday recipes. https://homesteadingfamily.com/free-holiday-recipes- 5 Steps to a More Self-Sufficient Life - Simple steps anyone can take wherever they are to start a more self-sufficient lifestyle. https://homesteadingfamily.com/5StepsYT- Thrive Wellness Checklist - A simple guide for healthy living: https://homesteadingfamily.com/TWC_YT- Permaculture for Your Homestead- An introduction to permaculture with some strategies for applying it to one's homestead and garden.https://homesteadingfamily.com/PFYH_YT- Carolyn's Cottage Garden herb list - Carolyn's favorite herbs for growing at home.https://homesteadingfamily.com/CGHL_YT- Carolyn's Make-Ahead Breakfast Casseroles - These easy casseroles are a life-saver for busy weeks! https://homesteadingfamily.com/MABC_YT- Your FREE Guide to Preserving Eggs - Grab your guide to preserving eggs with multiple methods. https://homesteadingfamily.com/Eggs_YT- 5 Steps to a Healthy Garden - Get an explanation of what makes healthy soil and 5 steps you can take to improve your garden. https://homesteadingfamily.com/5StepsGardenYT- Save the Crumbs- Several Recipes for using bread leftovers, a less committal entry to bread than the workshop. https://homesteadingfamily.com/STC_YT- Fearless Fermenting- A simple guide on basic lacto-ferments. https://homesteadingfamily.com/FF_YT- Fermenting Tomatoes - Easiest and fastest tomato preservation: https://homesteadingfamily.com/FT_YT- Preserving Culinary Herbs - Downloadable, step-by-step directions to drying, freezing, and salting culinary herbs. https://homesteadingfamily.com/PCH_YT- Render Your Own Lard - Grab these easy instructions on how to render your own lard. https://homesteadingfamily.com/RYL_YT- Grandma Lynn's Blueberry Buckle - A delicious dessert anytime of year: https://homesteadingfamily.com/BB_YT#homesteadprojects #projectorganization #homesteading

Judge John Hodgman
Mulch and Bison

Judge John Hodgman

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 59:54 Very Popular


It's time to clear the docket! As we venture out into the world a bit more, how should we be dressing? What makes a men's sandal a "dad sandal?" If one puts sunglasses on the brim of their hat, are they still "wearing" them? Does black go with everything? Should a college graduate's partner wear a tie to the graduation? Judge John Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse Thorn talk all about these fashion and style cases, and more!