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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener is a Podcast and Radio show that teaches people how to grow their own food. The show originates out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but the content applies to gardeners world wide!

The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Podcast/Garden talk radio show (heard across the country) The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener is a Podcast and Radio show that teaches people how to grow their own food. The show originates out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but the content applies to gardeners world wide!

    Segment 2 of S4E33 Five spring preps now - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio show

    Segment 2 of S4E33 Five spring preps now - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio show

    The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from
    March – Oct weekly
    Heard on Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturday mornings 7-8 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/
    Heard on WCRN 830 AM Westborough/Boston, MA Saturdays 8-9 AM EST https://tunein.com/radio/WCRN-AM-830-Full-Service-Radio-s1112/
    Heard on KYAH 540 AM Delta/Salt Lake City, UT Saturdays 1-2 PM MST Reply Sundays 9-10 PM MST https://www.yahradio540.com/listen-live/
    Heard on KDIZ 1570 AM Minneapolis, MN Saturdays 4-5 PM and replay Sundays 2-3 PM CST http://player.listenlive.co/57071
    Heard on WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvft
    Heard on WOGO 680 AM & 103.1 FM Chippewa Falls, WI Sundays 9-10 AM CST https://www.christiannetcast.com/listen/player.asp?station=wogo-am
    Heard on KFEQ 680 AM & 107.9 FM St. Joseph/Kansas City, MO Sundays 10-11 AM CST http://www.680kfeq.com/live-stream/
    Heard on WNAX 570 AM Yankton SD Sundays 10-11 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Radio-570-s36447/
    Heard on WRMN 1410 AM & 96.7 FM Elgin/Chicago, IL Sundays Noon-1 PM CST https://www.wrmn1410.com/
    Heard on KMET 1490 AM & 98.1 FM Banning, CA Tuesdays 9 - 10 AM PST https://www.kmet1490am.com/
    Check out https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/
    Email your questions to Gardentalkradio@gmail.com
    Or call 24/7 leave your question at 1-800 927-SHOW


    In segment two Joey and Holly go over 5 tips now to help you in the spring
    Go through your seeds now
    Go through tools - make list
    Think about what did well - note - take pictures
    Gather leaves for spring
    Drain irrigation
    Toss any disease plants - blight - rust
    Construct low tunnels
    Buy potting soil
    Clean out seed starting trays


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    Iv organics of www.ivorganics.com
    Dr. JimZ of www.drjimz.com
    Seed Savers Exchange of www.seedsavers.org
    Waterhoop of www.waterhoop.com
    Green Gobbler of www.greengobbler.com
    Nessalla koombucha of www.nessalla.com
    MI Green House LLC of www.migreenhouse.com
    Phyllom BioProducts of www.phyllombioproducts.com
    Happy leaf led of www.happyleafled.com
    Neptunes harvest of www.neptunesharvest.com
    Dripworks of www.dripworks.com
    We Grow Indoors of www.wegrowindoors.com
    Harvestmore of www.harvest-more.com
    Deer defeat www.deerdefeat.com
    Blue ribbon organics www.blueribbonorganics.com
    Bluemel's garden & landscape center www.bluemels.com Milwaukee,WI official garden center of the show
    Wisconsin Greenhouse company of https://wisconsingreenhousecompany.com/
    Chip Drop of https://getchipdrop.com/?ref=wisconsinvegetable
    Tree-Ripe Fruit Co of https://www.tree-ripe.com/
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    • 11 min
    Segment 1 of S4E33 Winter composting- The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio show

    Segment 1 of S4E33 Winter composting- The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio show

    The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from
    March – Oct weekly
    Heard on Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturday mornings 7-8 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/
    Heard on WCRN 830 AM Westborough/Boston, MA Saturdays 8-9 AM EST https://tunein.com/radio/WCRN-AM-830-Full-Service-Radio-s1112/
    Heard on KYAH 540 AM Delta/Salt Lake City, UT Saturdays 1-2 PM MST Reply Sundays 9-10 PM MST https://www.yahradio540.com/listen-live/
    Heard on KDIZ 1570 AM Minneapolis, MN Saturdays 4-5 PM and replay Sundays 2-3 PM CST http://player.listenlive.co/57071
    Heard on WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvft
    Heard on WOGO 680 AM & 103.1 FM Chippewa Falls, WI Sundays 9-10 AM CST https://www.christiannetcast.com/listen/player.asp?station=wogo-am
    Heard on KFEQ 680 AM & 107.9 FM St. Joseph/Kansas City, MO Sundays 10-11 AM CST http://www.680kfeq.com/live-stream/
    Heard on WNAX 570 AM Yankton SD Sundays 10-11 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Radio-570-s36447/
    Heard on WRMN 1410 AM & 96.7 FM Elgin/Chicago, IL Sundays Noon-1 PM CST https://www.wrmn1410.com/
    Heard on KMET 1490 AM & 98.1 FM Banning, CA Tuesdays 9 - 10 AM PST https://www.kmet1490am.com/
    Check out https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/
    Email your questions to Gardentalkradio@gmail.com
    Or call 24/7 leave your question at 1-800 927-SHOW

    In segment 1 Joey and Holly talk Winter composting

    Keep adding carbon
    First to remember is that the compost has to be fed the right balance of green (nitrogen) and brown (carbon) ingredients. Green scraps will be produced in your kitchen over the winter, but most of the brown matter such as dried leaves, straw and plant debris, will have been produced in the fall. Gather the fall leaves and bag them, or put them in a dry place near the compost, to balance the green scraps that are added through the winter. Bear in mind that slightly more brown matter is needed to balance the green added to the compost.
    While leaves can be a great carbon source for the compost, and more are needed for winter composting, there can be too much of a good thing. That is why a separate leaf compost can be set up.
    Collect leaves in the fall and store under cover for composting use throughout winter.
    To start a leaf compost pile, gather together the leaves and layer with dirt: use one layer of dirt for each foot of leaves. The pile should be about 4ft in diameter and 3ft deep. Make sure it is damp enough that a drop or two can be squeezed out of a handful from the center of the pile. Cover with plastic, weighing down the edges with rocks. Try not to compress the leaves. The compost will be ready when it is dark and crumbly, in about five to six months. This compost is not for fertilizer, as it really does not have many nutrients in it; but it is an excellent organic addition to soil.
    Insulate the active compost
    Even in the coldest weather, the microbes in the compost must be kept active. This means making sure they stay warm. In preparation for this, harvest the finished compost in fall to make room for new additions to the mix over the winter. Use it in houseplants; spread it over the lawn, over the gardens and around shrubs. When overhauling the compost system, move the bin into the sun for the winter or into a warmer part of the yard. Be realistic when choosing its location, considering what it will be like to add kitchen waste in heavy rains, wind or just plain cold temperatures. Start rebuilding with a layer of leaves, or with straw, cardboard or sawdust. Put the active part in the middle, and then cover it with more brown matter. This insulates the active compost.
    Monitor the moisture
    In milder climates, insulation is not so important in keeping compost bacteria active, but there may be other challenges. In cold, rainy locations such as California’s Bay Area, coastal Oregon and Washington State, it is moistur

    • 11 min
    S4E33 Winter composting, Five spring preps now, Guest Pamela Crawford - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio show

    S4E33 Winter composting, Five spring preps now, Guest Pamela Crawford - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio show

    The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from
    March – Oct weekly
    Heard on Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturday mornings 7-8 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/
    Heard on WCRN 830 AM Westborough/Boston, MA Saturdays 8-9 AM EST https://tunein.com/radio/WCRN-AM-830-Full-Service-Radio-s1112/
    Heard on KYAH 540 AM Delta/Salt Lake City, UT Saturdays 1-2 PM MST Reply Sundays 9-10 PM MST https://www.yahradio540.com/listen-live/
    Heard on KDIZ 1570 AM Minneapolis, MN Saturdays 4-5 PM and replay Sundays 2-3 PM CST http://player.listenlive.co/57071
    Heard on WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvft
    Heard on WOGO 680 AM & 103.1 FM Chippewa Falls, WI Sundays 9-10 AM CST https://www.christiannetcast.com/listen/player.asp?station=wogo-am
    Heard on KFEQ 680 AM & 107.9 FM St. Joseph/Kansas City, MO Sundays 10-11 AM CST http://www.680kfeq.com/live-stream/
    Heard on WNAX 570 AM Yankton SD Sundays 10-11 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Radio-570-s36447/
    Heard on WRMN 1410 AM & 96.7 FM Elgin/Chicago, IL Sundays Noon-1 PM CST https://www.wrmn1410.com/
    Heard on KMET 1490 AM & 98.1 FM Banning, CA Tuesdays 9 - 10 AM PST https://www.kmet1490am.com/
    Check out https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/
    Email your questions to Gardentalkradio@gmail.com
    Or call 24/7 leave your question at 1-800 927-SHOW

    In segment 1 Joey and Holly talk Winter composting

    Keep adding carbon
    First to remember is that the compost has to be fed the right balance of green (nitrogen) and brown (carbon) ingredients. Green scraps will be produced in your kitchen over the winter, but most of the brown matter such as dried leaves, straw and plant debris, will have been produced in the fall. Gather the fall leaves and bag them, or put them in a dry place near the compost, to balance the green scraps that are added through the winter. Bear in mind that slightly more brown matter is needed to balance the green added to the compost.
    While leaves can be a great carbon source for the compost, and more are needed for winter composting, there can be too much of a good thing. That is why a separate leaf compost can be set up.
    Collect leaves in the fall and store under cover for composting use throughout winter.
    To start a leaf compost pile, gather together the leaves and layer with dirt: use one layer of dirt for each foot of leaves. The pile should be about 4ft in diameter and 3ft deep. Make sure it is damp enough that a drop or two can be squeezed out of a handful from the center of the pile. Cover with plastic, weighing down the edges with rocks. Try not to compress the leaves. The compost will be ready when it is dark and crumbly, in about five to six months. This compost is not for fertilizer, as it really does not have many nutrients in it; but it is an excellent organic addition to soil.
    Insulate the active compost
    Even in the coldest weather, the microbes in the compost must be kept active. This means making sure they stay warm. In preparation for this, harvest the finished compost in fall to make room for new additions to the mix over the winter. Use it in houseplants; spread it over the lawn, over the gardens and around shrubs. When overhauling the compost system, move the bin into the sun for the winter or into a warmer part of the yard. Be realistic when choosing its location, considering what it will be like to add kitchen waste in heavy rains, wind or just plain cold temperatures. Start rebuilding with a layer of leaves, or with straw, cardboard or sawdust. Put the active part in the middle, and then cover it with more brown matter. This insulates the active compost.
    Monitor the moisture
    In milder climates, insulation is not so important in keeping compost bacteria active, but there may be other challenges. In cold, rainy locations such as California’s Bay Area, coastal Oregon and Washington State, it is moistur

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Segement 1 of S4E32 Mums - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener radio show

    Segement 1 of S4E32 Mums - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener radio show

    The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from
    March – Oct weekly
    Heard on Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturday mornings 7-8 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/
    Heard on WCRN 830 AM Westborough/Boston, MA Saturdays 8-9 AM EST https://tunein.com/radio/WCRN-AM-830-Full-Service-Radio-s1112/
    Heard on KYAH 540 AM Delta/Salt Lake City, UT Saturdays 1-2 PM MST Reply Sundays 9-10 PM MST https://www.yahradio540.com/listen-live/
    Heard on KDIZ 1570 AM Minneapolis, MN Saturdays 4-5 PM and replay Sundays 2-3 PM CST http://player.listenlive.co/57071
    Heard on WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvft
    Heard on WOGO 680 AM & 103.1 FM Chippewa Falls, WI Sundays 9-10 AM CST https://www.christiannetcast.com/listen/player.asp?station=wogo-am
    Heard on KFEQ 680 AM & 107.9 FM St. Joseph/Kansas City, MO Sundays 10-11 AM CST http://www.680kfeq.com/live-stream/
    Heard on WNAX 570 AM Yankton SD Sundays 10-11 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Radio-570-s36447/
    Heard on WRMN 1410 AM & 96.7 FM Elgin/Chicago, IL Sundays Noon-1 PM CST https://www.wrmn1410.com/
    Heard on KMET 1490 AM & 98.1 FM Banning, CA Tuesdays 9 - 10 AM PST https://www.kmet1490am.com/
    Check out https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/
    Email your questions to Gardentalkradio@gmail.com
    Or call 24/7 leave your question at 1-800 927-SHOW

    In segment 1 Joey and Holly talk about growing and caring for Mums
    Garden mums are cold-hardy and can survive winter and thrive as perennials.

    - If you want to add garden mums to your landscape, the best time to plant them is when the temperature starts to cool off in the evening.
    -Mums have the best chance of surviving winter when planted in September.
    -Just like any other perennial planted in the fall, timing is essential in establishing a strong root system before the first frost.
    -Think about how you want to use color in your landscape. If you are planting mums amongst shrubs or greenery, white, pink, yellow or lavender will really pop. If your autumn decorating includes pumpkins, gourds, cornstalks or hay bales, consider shades of orange, copper, purple and wine.
    -Another tip–darker mums tend to hold their color longer, and as the flowers fade, it won’t be as noticeable as on lighter-colored plants.
    - Can plant in containers to replace other annuals
    - Their bold blooms bring the autumn color like nothing else and are guaranteed to perk up even the drabbest of landscapes.
    - Bloom for about 7 weeks
    - Plant in an area that gets 6 or more hours of sunlight
    - zones 3 – 6 – look for early blooming varieties – cover with evergreen or burlap to help them come back
    - plant in well draining soil
    - be sure to “dead head”
    - water consistently for best continuous growth

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    Iv organics of www.ivorganics.com
    Dr. JimZ of www.drjimz.com
    Seed Savers Exchange of www.seedsavers.org
    Waterhoop of www.waterhoop.com
    Green Gobbler of www.greengobbler.com
    Nessalla koombucha of www.nessalla.com
    MI Green House LLC of www.migreenhouse.com
    Phyllom BioProducts of www.phyllombioproducts.com
    Happy leaf led of www.happyleafled.com
    Neptunes harvest of www.neptunesharvest.com
    Dripworks of www.dripworks.com
    We Grow Indoors of www.wegrowindoors.com
    Harvestmore of www.harvest-more.com
    Deer defeat www.deerdefeat.com
    Blue ribbon organics www.blueribbonorganics.com
    Bluemel's garden & landscape center www.bluemels.com Milwaukee,WI official garden center of the show
    Wisconsin Greenhouse company of https://wisconsingreenhousecompany.co

    • 10 min
    Segment 4 S4E32 Garden questions answered early mid October - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener radio show

    Segment 4 S4E32 Garden questions answered early mid October - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener radio show

    The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from
    March – Oct weekly
    Heard on Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturday mornings 7-8 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/
    Heard on WCRN 830 AM Westborough/Boston, MA Saturdays 8-9 AM EST https://tunein.com/radio/WCRN-AM-830-Full-Service-Radio-s1112/
    Heard on KYAH 540 AM Delta/Salt Lake City, UT Saturdays 1-2 PM MST Reply Sundays 9-10 PM MST https://www.yahradio540.com/listen-live/
    Heard on KDIZ 1570 AM Minneapolis, MN Saturdays 4-5 PM and replay Sundays 2-3 PM CST http://player.listenlive.co/57071
    Heard on WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvft
    Heard on WOGO 680 AM & 103.1 FM Chippewa Falls, WI Sundays 9-10 AM CST https://www.christiannetcast.com/listen/player.asp?station=wogo-am
    Heard on KFEQ 680 AM & 107.9 FM St. Joseph/Kansas City, MO Sundays 10-11 AM CST http://www.680kfeq.com/live-stream/
    Heard on WNAX 570 AM Yankton SD Sundays 10-11 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Radio-570-s36447/
    Heard on WRMN 1410 AM & 96.7 FM Elgin/Chicago, IL Sundays Noon-1 PM CST https://www.wrmn1410.com/
    Heard on KMET 1490 AM & 98.1 FM Banning, CA Tuesdays 9 - 10 AM PST https://www.kmet1490am.com/
    Check out https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/
    Email your questions to Gardentalkradio@gmail.com
    Or call 24/7 leave your question at 1-800 927-SHOW

    In segment four Joey and Holly answer gardener's questions.

    Q: I have a large asparagus bed at our new property. The weeds are getting a little out of control. I’d like to mulch areas in the garden to help reduce weeds.
    What type of mulch is best? I would like to mulch a walking path, spread in the rhubarb bed, and in asparagus patch.
    should I use a natural mulch or shredded bark mulch? What would be a best practice?
    A: we would suggest a shredded bark or woodchip mulch. This will give a good foundation for walking and really help reduce the weeds.


    2. When is the right time to harvest Jersulsem artichokes

    3. Can I plant store bought garlic?

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    World's coolest rain gauge www.worldscoolestraingauge.com
    Rootmaker of www.rootmaker.com Us coupon code TWVG at checkout and save 10% of your order
    Tomato snaps of www.tomatosnaps.com
    Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of www.chapinmfg.com
    Pomona pectin of www.pomonapectin.com
    Iv organics of www.ivorganics.com
    Dr. JimZ of www.drjimz.com
    Seed Savers Exchange of www.seedsavers.org
    Waterhoop of www.waterhoop.com
    Green Gobbler of www.greengobbler.com
    Nessalla koombucha of www.nessalla.com
    MI Green House LLC of www.migreenhouse.com
    Phyllom BioProducts of www.phyllombioproducts.com
    Happy leaf led of www.happyleafled.com
    Neptunes harvest of www.neptunesharvest.com
    Dripworks of www.dripworks.com
    We Grow Indoors of www.wegrowindoors.com
    Harvestmore of www.harvest-more.com
    Deer defeat www.deerdefeat.com
    Blue ribbon organics www.blueribbonorganics.com
    Bluemel's garden & landscape center www.bluemels.com Milwaukee,WI official garden center of the show
    Wisconsin Greenhouse company of https://wisconsingreenhousecompany.com/
    Chip Drop of https://getchipdrop.com/?ref=wisconsinvegetable
    Tree-Ripe Fruit Co of https://www.tree-ripe.com/
    Big elk Garlic farm https://www.bigelkgarlicfarm.com/#/
    Pearls premium Ultra Low Maintenance https://www.pearlspremium.com/
    Use coupon code Joey20 to save 20% off your order

    • 12 min
    Segment 3 of S4E32 Guest Author Wendy Williams - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener radio show

    Segment 3 of S4E32 Guest Author Wendy Williams - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener radio show

    The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from
    March – Oct weekly
    Heard on Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturday mornings 7-8 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/
    Heard on WCRN 830 AM Westborough/Boston, MA Saturdays 8-9 AM EST https://tunein.com/radio/WCRN-AM-830-Full-Service-Radio-s1112/
    Heard on KYAH 540 AM Delta/Salt Lake City, UT Saturdays 1-2 PM MST Reply Sundays 9-10 PM MST https://www.yahradio540.com/listen-live/
    Heard on KDIZ 1570 AM Minneapolis, MN Saturdays 4-5 PM and replay Sundays 2-3 PM CST http://player.listenlive.co/57071
    Heard on WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvft
    Heard on WOGO 680 AM & 103.1 FM Chippewa Falls, WI Sundays 9-10 AM CST https://www.christiannetcast.com/listen/player.asp?station=wogo-am
    Heard on KFEQ 680 AM & 107.9 FM St. Joseph/Kansas City, MO Sundays 10-11 AM CST http://www.680kfeq.com/live-stream/
    Heard on WNAX 570 AM Yankton SD Sundays 10-11 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Radio-570-s36447/
    Heard on WRMN 1410 AM & 96.7 FM Elgin/Chicago, IL Sundays Noon-1 PM CST https://www.wrmn1410.com/
    Heard on KMET 1490 AM & 98.1 FM Banning, CA Tuesdays 9 - 10 AM PST https://www.kmet1490am.com/
    Check out https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/
    Email your questions to Gardentalkradio@gmail.com
    Or call 24/7 leave your question at 1-800 927-SHOW

    In segment three Joey and Holly welcome their guest Wendy Williams is an author, but also has a lifetime career in journalism, working first as a reporter for a daily newspaper, and then as an independent. Her work has been published in a myriad of places ranging from the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times to Ladies Home Journal and Audubon. As a daily journalist, she has won many awards. https://wendywilliamsauthor.com/

    1.As a journalist, what inspired you to write books about science and nature?
    2.You have a recent book – The Language of Butterflies – what is this book about?
    3.What can our listeners expect when they read it?
    4.Something highly notable in your most recent book?
    5.Out of all the insects – why butterflies to write a book on?
    6.How can we find out more about you?



    Check out the companies that make the show possible
    Power Planter of www.powerplanter.com
    Proplugger of www.proplugger.com
    World's coolest rain gauge www.worldscoolestraingauge.com
    Rootmaker of www.rootmaker.com Us coupon code TWVG at checkout and save 10% of your order
    Tomato snaps of www.tomatosnaps.com
    Chapin Manufacturing Inc. of www.chapinmfg.com
    Pomona pectin of www.pomonapectin.com
    Iv organics of www.ivorganics.com
    Dr. JimZ of www.drjimz.com
    Seed Savers Exchange of www.seedsavers.org
    Waterhoop of www.waterhoop.com
    Green Gobbler of www.greengobbler.com
    Nessalla koombucha of www.nessalla.com
    MI Green House LLC of www.migreenhouse.com
    Phyllom BioProducts of www.phyllombioproducts.com
    Happy leaf led of www.happyleafled.com
    Neptunes harvest of www.neptunesharvest.com
    Dripworks of www.dripworks.com
    We Grow Indoors of www.wegrowindoors.com
    Harvestmore of www.harvest-more.com
    Deer defeat www.deerdefeat.com
    Blue ribbon organics www.blueribbonorganics.com
    Bluemel's garden & landscape center www.bluemels.com Milwaukee,WI official garden center of the show
    Wisconsin Greenhouse company of https://wisconsingreenhousecompany.com/
    Chip Drop of https://getchipdrop.com/?ref=wisconsinvegetable
    Tree-Ripe Fruit Co of https://www.tree-ripe.com/
    Big elk Garlic farm https://www.bigelkgarlicfarm.com/#/
    Pearls premium Ultra Low Maintenance https://www.pearlspremium.com/
    Use coupon code Joey20 to save 20% off your order

    • 12 min

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