Come June/July soil temperatures rise creating the right condition for summer crops to really take off and start thriving. Even the warm crops can get over heated and slow production. We discuss how heat effect garden plants and some ways to manage it. Here's a bit on the event we will be at as discussed in this cast...
Join Kim and me in celebrating Freetown Farm's 3rd Birthday. Visit us at Freetown Farm in Columbia Maryland on June 25th. You can register below for the morning or afternoon Meet & Greet and 'Garden Talk'. There will also be time for us to sign books and walk the farm.
It is a small ticketed event and there are 10 tickets left. This link is secure and set up for Freetown Farm events: https://www.flipcause.com/secure/cause_pdetails/MTUyNjg4
Gary and CaliKim answer your questions on any gardening topic. We will do a monthly Listener Q & A podcast episode, taking questions sent to us through https://gardeningcoast2coast.net or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Question cover seed starting, using wood ash, fertilizer ratings, overwintering eggplant and many more.
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The Rusted Garden Homestead https://www.youtube.com/c/GaryPilarchikTheRustedGarden/videos
CaliKim Home & Garden DIY
We will do a monthly Listener Q & A podcast episode, taking questions sent to us through https://gardeningcoast2coast.netor email@example.com