We go full-nerd this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast, with Jeff Lowenfels and his new book about endophytic bacteria. Learn what they are and why they are important.
Our guest this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week is David King of The Learning Garden. He's been on the podcast before, but we brought him back to talk about a major construction project that destroyed the Learning Garden during the pandemic.
This question comes in all the time: What's the Difference Between Compost and Mulch? It can be confusing because sometimes you can mulch with compost, and other times you can make compost from mulch. So let's clear up a few things.
Our guest on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast is Rebecca Tickell this week. She's the co-director and producer of Kiss the Ground, the new documentary from Big Picture Films.
With fires raging here in California, the question keeps coming up: how do I deal with fallen ash in the garden? Does it contaminate the soil? Should I eat the plants? These are all good questions. Let's look at the answers.
Our guest this week is David White of Center for Regenerative Agriculture. He's got a PhD in cell biology and uses compost tea and other regenerative practices to rebuild dead soils. He shares his tips for growing healthy soil in your garden.
This week's YouTube video shows you how and why to use beneficial nematodes to solve pest and disease problems in your soil. We always come back to the Soil Food Web
A timely question came in to Ask Gardenerd this week from Catherine: "My garden went gangbusters this year but I noticed...the roots of all plants (4 tomatoes and 2 cucumber…
We just returned from the Heirloom Expo where we interviewed eight great guests for upcoming Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcasts. Our first guest from that whirlwind experience is Jeff…
We're thrilled to offer a new product line in the Gardenerd Store: Custom Biologicals. If you've always wanted to apply biologically active compost tea (ACT) to your garden but don't…