6: Paul Dysinger on Winter Growing on a Budget
Paul Dysinger is the founder of Born to Grow and the brand new Garden Launch membership community where he enjoys teaching people how to grow their own healthy, nutrient dense, organic food. He lives with his family on Bountiful Blessings Farm where they serve the community year-round with fresh veggies, herbs, and berries.
In today’s episode of The Urban Farm Podcast we are delighted to feature Paul Dysinger, founder of Born to Grow and the Garden Launch membership community. Listen for some of Paul’s best winter growing tips, his successes and failures, and his #1 piece of advice for getting started.
Born To Grow Website (see front page for a link to Garden Launch membership community)
Bountiful Blessings Farm Website
The New Organic Grower’s Four Season Harvest by Eliot Coleman
The Great Controversy by Ellen G. White
Paul can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Olson on 2×2 Pledge
Lisa Steele with Fresh Eggs Daily
Barry and Catherine Cohen on Bartering
Thank you for the webinar showing us how to grow food quickly during this pandemic. We have never used coconut coir for growing microgreens and would like to give it a try. Unfortunately there are many types and sources of coconut coir, and we are confused as to which will “do the job” as you so aptly showed during your webinar.
So, now, we have two questions:
-Where do you purchase the coconut coir that you recommend?
-Do you use the brick coir or loose coir?
We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you!