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Interviewing the bright minds of mycology, soil science & gardening/farming to explore the technology and techniques involved in the demographic return to working the earth

Get In My Garden Podcast Aaron Moskowitz, Interviewing the brightest minds in Mycology, Soil Science, Natural and Agricultural Ecology, Technology and EcoBusinesses.

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Interviewing the bright minds of mycology, soil science & gardening/farming to explore the technology and techniques involved in the demographic return to working the earth

    Episode #57, Life of Bees in the Winter and Winter Beekeeping with Dan Long

    Episode #57, Life of Bees in the Winter and Winter Beekeeping with Dan Long

    Today we have back Dan Long, Georgia Beekeeper discussing the life of bees and beekeeping in the winter.

    Dan covers shares some details about native bees and their lifecycles which are very different from honey bees,

    He tells us about what beekeepers can do for honeybees in years of shortage or if honey has been over harvested, and the number one thing we call an do as gardeners to help bees going into the future.

    Dan shares about how the large-scale beekeepers manage their hives in winter by moving them, storing them and or retrofitting them, and finally we discuss some of the treatments beekeepers do to kill parasites during the winter brood break, and what exactly happens inside the hive when the bees recognize there is a problem.

    • 22 min
    Episode #56, Ferments, Forage and Fire Cider: Homestead Transition to Winter with Sara Schuster

    Episode #56, Ferments, Forage and Fire Cider: Homestead Transition to Winter with Sara Schuster

    Today we are back with Sara Schuster of the Tending Seeds podcast sharing about fire cider, fermenting, foraging and preservation as we approach winter.

    She updates us on her projects, how her podcast and herbalism businesses are evolving, and how she is building a community to sustain her homestead and teaching lifestyle.

    Sara tells us what she has learned about successful fermenting, microbial diversity and making koji with fermenting legend Sandor Katz.

    • 31 min
    Episode #55, High-CBD Cannabis Grows the Way Nature Intended, with Sebring Frehner

    Episode #55, High-CBD Cannabis Grows the Way Nature Intended, with Sebring Frehner

    Today we meet Sebring Frehner of Sebring Seeds.

    He covers a lot of interest subjects such as microdosing cannabis,
    the soil science behind cannabis growing, and some of the newest products related to this.

    We learn about the nutrient cycling advantage of living organic growing systems and the process of breeding high CBD cannabis strains.

    He shares how he developed his non-profit called Sebring Seeds which has been his vehicle to distribute over 40 thousand high CBD cannabis strain seeds to patients around the world.

    Sebring tells us some of the reasons people are using CBD and how it helps the human nervous system, and also what are the concerns related to contamination and testing now that Wall Street has their hand in the market.

    His non-profit is located in Washington where cannabis is totally legal, so he shares the state of the cannabis market within the state.

    Then finally we talk more about the farm bill and considerations while growing for CBD and or hemp fibers.

    • 57 min
    Episode #54, Integrated Pest Management and Career Opportunities in Entomology with Amanda Skidmore

    Episode #54, Integrated Pest Management and Career Opportunities in Entomology with Amanda Skidmore

    Episode #54, Integrated Pest Management and Career Opportunities in Entomology with Amanda Skidmore by Aaron Moskowitz, Interviewing the brightest minds in Mycology, Soil Science, Natural and Agricultural Ecology, Technology and EcoBusinesses.

    • 37 min
    Episode #53, Korean Natural Farming: Technology, Origin and Its Future

    Episode #53, Korean Natural Farming: Technology, Origin and Its Future

    This is the second of a series we will be doing on Korean Natural Farming this year with Eric Weinert, and more episodes will be up over the next couple months intermittently with other content. Eric is currently heading back to Korea, and we will learn more from him when he returns soon.

    He is Korean Natural Farming expert, author and natural farming activist based out of Hawaii.

    On this episode we discuss the history and future of Korean Natural Farming and the current state within the evolution of natural farming.

    Eric shares the challenges of farming and marketing produce in Hawaii, the economics of competing with mass-produced food products from the United States and elsewhere.

    He covers a bit of the history of Korean natural farming and the current research that exists, including bio-enzymes and other new solutions that Eric is returning to Korea to learn more about.

    Then we discuss the amazing distribution system in Korea that makes locally-grown food much more economically feasible

    We talk then about the movement of millennials back to farming and the opportunities that exist for young farmers in Hawaii with training, specifically in Korean Natural Farming.

    Lastly we discuss the economics of existing farming verses natural farming over time.

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    • 24 min
    Episode #52, KNF Solutions and Intro to Indigenous Microorganisms with Eric Weinert

    Episode #52, KNF Solutions and Intro to Indigenous Microorganisms with Eric Weinert

    Today we catch up with Eric Weinert who was on the podcast about a year ago. He is a Korean Natural Farming expert, author, and natural farming activist based out of Hawaii.

    He reviews the KNF philosophy, how to stimulate and grow indigenous microorganism in your own soil, and we go over the vital solutions that are cheaply and easily made in any environment for farming and landscaping using the KNF methods.

    Eric also shares more of his backstory and explains some of the reasons Korean Natural Farming has recently grown so much within the natural farming community.

    Then we talk about the soil food web, how to evaluate your soil microbes and organisms, and then how to collect indigenous microorganisms from your area to superpower your farm and garden efforts or to restore your landsdcape.

    This is the first of a series we will be doing on Korean Natural Farming this year with Eric, and more episodes will be up over the next couple months. Eric is currently back in Korea, and we will be sure to learn more from him when he returns.

    • 37 min

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