Host Glen Andresen and guest Jim Gilbert Jim Gilbert discuss early summer
tasks in the garden, including summer pruning, watering newly planted plants
and during hot weather, and getting vegetables going for the fall and winter
As always, we'll answer your gardenin...
There's no biological reason to rototill your soil...so why do it?
Host Glen Andresen welcomes back Will Newman to talk soil…and specifically
to try to answer the question: To till or not to till (the vegetable beds).
We'll also get an update on OSALT and its properties. P...
Host Glen Andresen and guest Jim Gilbert pruning peaches and nectarines
now…and why that is prefered to pruning them when they are dormant. Plus,
the Home Orchard Society's big spring event, the Fruit Propagation Fair is
Sunday, March 18; we'll tell you what to expect. And...
Host Glen Andresen welcomes Jim Gilbert back to the fold to talk about his
ongoing project to find or breed a variety of apricot that does well AND
produces fruit reliably west of the Cascades. Plus, what's with this crazy
February weather? Well, it's perfectly normal. And ...
Host Glen Andresen finally gets to talk to Franki Baccellieri about the
Temperate Orchard Conservancy. Plus, a discussion of what to prune now and
what to prune later. And some ideas on what to do with your cover crop come
As always, we'll answer your gardening que...
Host Glen Andresen and guest Jim Gilbert discuss some non-gardening tasks,
including soil tests and dormant sprays. We'll also talk to Franki
Baccellieri about the Home Orchard Society's latest big project, the
Temperate Orchard Conservancy. Plus, Jim will give us a report...
Host Glen Andresen and guest Jim Gilbert discuss, what else, leaves! Listen
in to learn a nifty nmenonic device to remember what nutrients plants need
and what leaves have to offer. Plus, Jim will give us a report on what's
happening on the farm…and a tasty quince recipe! ...
Host Glen Andresen and guest Jim Gilbert discuss composting…and the merits
of chipper/shredders for home gardeners. Plus, Jim has been on the road
tasting new (and old, no doubt) varieties of jujubes and pineapple
guava--he'll give us a report on that and what's happening o...