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This podcast is devoted to all things gardening. National gardening television host, Joe Lamp'l, guides you through each episode with practical tips and information to help you become a better, smarter gardener, no matter where you are on your journey. This series has a strong emphasis on organic gardening and growing food, but covers a diverse range of topics from one of the country's most informed and leading gardening personalities today.
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The Credible Vegetable Report

Craig Slate

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Welcome to "The Credible Vegetable Report," the go-to podcast for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of the vegetable market's dynamics and trends. Each episode, we dive into the latest developments affecting the agricultural sector, from pricing fluctuations and supply chain challenges to consumption trends and sustainability issues. Join us as we explore vital topics that impact growers, sellers, and consumers alike. Whether it’s discussing the ripple effects of the Sinaloa water ...
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Food Garden Life: Helping You Harvest More from Your Edible Garden, Vegetable Garden, and Edible Landscaping

Steven Biggs & Donna Balzer: Horticulturists and edible landscaping experts.

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Want to grow your own food but need creative ideas so you can get the most from your space and your growing zone? Our passion is the edible garden. We help people grow food on balconies, in backyards, and beyond—whether it’s edible landscaping, a vegetable garden, container gardens, or a home orchard. There are many ways to approach edible landscaping. Find out how to harvest enough fruit, vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers. Get top tips for exotic crops. And learn how to garden in a way ...
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My family is self sufficient for vegetables, and you can be to. Join me as I show you how you can have a simple, satisfying and sustainable vegetable garden at home. Gardening in zone 9a. Website: www.growingvegetablesdownunder.com Facebook: Growing Vegetables Down Under Instagram: @growingvegetablesdownunder
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The Vegetable Beet

Great Lakes Vegetable Producers Network

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A live weekly interview and discussion focused on vegetable production challenges and opportunities brought to you by the Great Lakes Vegetable Producers Network. We grow more together. JOIN US LIVE! We will be broadcasting live via Zoom at 12:30 ET/11:30 CT every Wednesday from the first week of March to the first week of September. Login at www.glveg.net/listen.
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Join Craig Slate and Tommy Wilkins at the Washington Conference hosted by the International Fresh Produce Association for an insightful discussion on the critical issues shaping the fresh produce industry. This episode covers the pressing topics of labor shortages, water scarcity, and the evolving policies affecting growers and distributors. 🌱 What…
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About 80% of the population is allergic to the oily resin urushiol, the compound found in poison ivy that causes dermatitis — a burning, itching rash. Reactions to poison ivy range from mild to life-threatening, and I am among those who have ended up in the ER due to poison ivy exposure. As this three-leaved menace is in its peak season, I am revis…
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Think your climate is too cold to grow tender fruit? Find out how this grower harvests peaches, plums, cherries, apricots, and more…despite winter temperatures that can dip to -38°C (-36°F) and a short summer. In this episode, Donna and Steven chat with Saskatchewan fruit grower Dean Kreutzer. We talk about: Fruit adapted to cold climates Using unh…
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Join us for the latest episode of The Credible Vegetable Report, where Craig Slate and Matt Mandel delve into the dynamic world of agriculture, exploring critical topics affecting the vegetable market today. What’s Covered: 🌪️ Weather Woes: Discover how recent weather patterns, including drought conditions in South Texas and predictions of a hot, d…
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Controlling deer is a challenge for many gardeners, whether they have ornamental gardens or are raising vegetables, not to mention rabbits, squirrels, groundhogs, raccoons, moles and voles. To explore the most effective ways to control nuisance wildlife, I spoke with wildlife damage management specialist Marne Titchenell, who shared her advice on w…
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Join us for the latest episode of The Credible Vegetable Report, where Craig Slate and Matt Mandel delve into the dynamic world of agriculture, exploring critical topics affecting the vegetable market today. What’s Covered: 🌪️ Weather Woes: Discover how recent extreme weather in Texas and Georgia, including intense heat and tornadoes, is impacting …
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Do you have more seeds and plants than you can fit into your garden? It’s a common problem for the enthusiastic food gardener! In this episode, Donna and Steven talk about finding more growing space so that you can fit more crops into the same space. Get ideas for: Growing in ungardenable spaces…like the root-infested space next to hedges Reducing …
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Of all the tools you use in the garden, your body is the most important, and maintaining it is pivotal. To explain how gardeners can make small changes in their gardening routines to protect and strengthen their bodies, movement expert Katy Bowman joins me on the podcast this week. Podcast Links for Show notes Download my free eBook 5 Steps to Your…
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Join Craig Slate and Dustin Blank of Farmer's Alliance in this insightful episode of "The Credible Vegetable Report" as they explore the crucial issues and trends impacting the vegetable market in spring 2024. Dive deep into the discussions on weather challenges, labor costs, market dynamics, and evolving consumer habits that are reshaping the agri…
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Want to grow great tomatoes? With the right transplanting and care, your tomatoes will be off to a great start. In this episode, Donna and Steven talk about: Transplanting tomato seedlings Protecting transplants from cold spring weather How to stake, train, and support tomato plants Pruning tomato suckers Watering and feeding Tomato challenges, inc…
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Climate change has forced food growers to adjust how they garden, and as trends toward more extreme weather continue, this will only become more true. My guest this week, organic gardener and environmental studies professor Toni Farmer, explains the steps gardeners can take to mitigate the effects that climate change has on their crops. Podcast Lin…
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Join Craig Slate and Matt Mandel of SunFed for an insightful discussion as they explore the complexities of the vegetable market as spring 2024 unfolds, with a sharp focus on evolving vegetable consumption trends and their broader implications. 🥒 What’s Covered: Storms in the Midwest and Southeast: We discuss the recent weather events and their imp…
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Wondering when to plant vegetables? Not sure what to plant first? You don’t need to plant everything at once. In this episode, Donna and Steven talk about when to plant vegetables, and the Canadian tradition of planting the garden over the Victoria Day (May 24) weekend. (Sometimes it makes sense…though not for all crops in all zones.) If you’re loo…
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Converting lawn to meadow is not as hard as it may seem, and my guest this week demonstrates as much in his book “Tiny + Wild: Build a Small-Scale Meadow Anywhere.” Graham Laird Gardner works to get the word out about the simplicity and benefits of creating a native meadow. Podcast Links for Show notes Download my free eBook 5 Steps to Your Best Ga…
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🌟 Join us on "The Credible Vegetable Report" as we dive into the significant shifts in the vegetable market this spring. 🌟 This episode brings Craig Slate and Matt Mandel of SunFed together to provide a thorough analysis of the latest trends affecting vegetable pricing and consumption. Recorded live from Grub Market’s corporate offices in San Franc…
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Your vegetable seedlings can look great indoors. Then fall like dominoes in the garden. If they’re not hardened off. But if you harden off seedlings, they stand a much better chance once you plant them in the garden. In this episode, Donna and Steven talk about: What hardening off means Why harden off seedlings How to harden off seedlings When to h…
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Getting more people to participate in healing the ecosystem takes spreading awareness of both the problems and the solutions. My guest this week, Basil Camu, does just that in his new book “From Wasteland to Wonder: Easy Ways We Can Help Heal Earth in the Sub/Urban Landscape.” Podcast Links for Show notes Download my free eBook 5 Steps to Your Best…
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Wondering about fruit to grow in a cold climate? Today we head to Alberta, to find out how to grow saskatoon bushes. Arden Delidais grows in Zone 2—and doesn’t get any winter dieback on her saskatoon berries. Delidais’ orchard and winery, DNA Gardens, has a number of cold hardy crops including saskatoon berries, apples, plums, rhubarb, currants, an…
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The Ecological Gardening Summit begins Wednesday, May 8, online, at noon Eastern time, and to prepare, I am sharing some of the principles that inspired this inaugural event. This week, I am revisiting my past podcasts with Rebecca McMackin, who will present “Adventures in Ecological Horticulture” during the summit. Podcast Links for Show notes Dow…
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Have you tried direct sowing but didn’t get good results? Wondering how to direct sow seeds? Direct sowing—a.k.a. direct seeding or direct planting—is when we sow seeds straight into the garden. We skip starting transplants indoors. It gives better results for some crops—because there’s no transplanting shock. And that’s great, because it saves you…
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Gardening goes deeper than growing your own food and enhancing the beauty of your surroundings — it can support your local ecosystem and contribute to the healing of our planet. This is the ethos shared by the gardeners, educators such as Dr. Doug Tallamy and ecology experts who will join me on May 8th for the inaugural Ecological Gardening Summit.…
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Want to harvest more veg from the same amount of space? You can get lots more from a small space by growing in containers. (If you get it right…but that’s not difficult!) If you get these 4 things right, you’re on the road to container gardening success: The right container Good soil A suitable location Proper care In this episode, Donna and Steven…
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You’ve heard me say many times that what I love about gardening is there is always more to learn. Gardening keeps us on our toes and constantly presents opportunities to refine our methods. I decided to check in with gardeners in my Online Gardening Academy™ about their top takeaways from this past gardening season and what changes they will make i…
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Don’t miss out on fresh figs just because you’re gardening in a cold climate. There are many cold-climate fig growers who defy zone boundaries with creative overwintering techniques. Figs can take quite a bit of cold. Not the extreme cold. A creative gardener gets figs through the winter by moderating the extremes. In this episode, Donna and Steven…
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New York Times gardening columnist and “A Way to Garden” podcast host Margaret Roach — who is a repeat guest on “The joegardener Show” and a fan favorite — is back again, on the heels of being presented with the prestigious Scott Medal from the Scott Arboretum at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. She shares how she came to be the renowned garden …
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Can’t get enough pawpaw fruit? Want to grow a pawpaw tree? If you haven’t tried pawpaw fruit, many people describe the flavour of its silky, yellow flesh as tropical. While it’s the largest fruit native to North America, it’s difficult to find the fruit for sale. Yet it’s easy to grow. That’s why many gardeners and small farmers plant pawpaw trees.…
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To attract a greater diversity of pollinators to a garden, there’s nothing better than native plants. In this encore episode, pollinator conservationist Heather Holm joins me to discuss the benefits of fostering the mutually beneficial relationship between native plants and the pollinators they coevolved with. Podcast Links for Show notes Download …
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Life has thrown Steve Kaufer some curveballs, but with some smart pivoting and serendipity, he’s become a successful seed breeder and seed farmer, earning the moniker “Sunflower Steve.” He joins me on the podcast this week to share his story and explain how a volunteer sunflower that grew in his field in 2007 set him on a new path years later. Podc…
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