S4E33 Winter composting, Five spring preps now, Guest Pamela Crawford – garden talk radio

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Segment 1 Joey and Holly talk about winter composting
Segment 2 Joey and Holly talk about 5 spring preps now in fall
Segment 3 Joey and Holly welcome their guest Pamela Crawford is an award-winning, nationally known landscape designer and author of ten best-selling gardening books. She has successfully designed over 1500 landscapes in the last 25 years. Her beautiful designs are routinely covered by newspapers, national magazines and television. https://pamela-crawford.com/about/background/

Segment 4 Joey and Holly answer garden questions

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  1. Julie Rouse on January 3, 2021 at 10:53 pm

    Thank you for the grub gone advice. The Japanese beetles devastated much in my garden before I realized how bad they were. I used hb nematodes which seemed to help, though a bit late to help, but was hard to apply, the sprayer constantly clogged. It worked great for sure on the potato bug larvae…those Japanese beetles are everywhere, it’s such a challenge and so are squash vine borers, I removed well over 100 of them from my hubbard vines. I actually found and removed them up until Sept 27th. Guessing the season for borers goes from from midsummer into fall.

  2. Amy Slezewski on January 3, 2021 at 11:13 pm

    The beans I have been growing for seed and drying have been out in the 20 degree weather overnight. Are these useless now or if I can dry them are they viable?

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