641: Garden Soil Prep for Success.
A Farmer Friday Interview with Christy Wilhelmi.
Gardening tips, tricks, and advice, in short bite-size episodes.
Do you ever wish you could catch those tidbits of wisdom that some people throw out without warning? Well, in our new Farmer Friday episodes – Farmer Greg shares quick thoughts, revelations, tips, and general farming advice in bite-sized and fun episodes. Sometimes it might be Greg just sharing a thought that hit him while working in the yard, or a really cool inspiration from the garden, and occasionally he’ll answer some listener questions. Other times he will catch a moment with a farming friend or podcast guest to share educational farming tidbits.
This quick podcast episode is designed to be brief and not take up your day. So… listen in and enjoy this Garden snack…
In This Brief Bite:
Christy Wilhelmi returns to the Urban Farm, this time to talk about keeping life healthy below the ground as well as above it. Healthy soil is all about healthy microbes, and Christy shares her special recipes for feeding them. Hear why worm castings are a gardener’s secret weapon against certain pests and learn how to make a compost tea your soil will love. You’ll also discover how to use a broadfork and find out why you might want to trade in your tiller.
Christy’s Previous Podcast Episodes:
632: Christy Wilhelmi On Growing Fruit In Small Spaces.
Books written by Christy:
Grow Your Own Mini Fruit Garden
How to reach Christy:
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You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be actually something
which I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and extremely broad for me.
I’m looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!