Produced by the Master Gardener Volunteers from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Greene Counties and aired on WGXC radio 90.7.
This program includes conversations about multiple seasonal gardening issues, including interviews with Master Gardener Volunteers and experts in many fields related to gardening. Features include discussions with other representatives of Cornell Cooperative Extension.
Hosts Teresa and Jean welcome Donna Peterson, the Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator to discuss what it means to be a Master Gardner, and Master Gardener Volunteer Joanne Schleich to talk about common myths and superstitions that live on past any reasonable scientific logic.
Digging In With Master Gardeners hosts Teresa and Jean discuss home composting with fellow Master Gardener Volunteer Devon Russ. They cover such topics as what materials are best to compost and various methods of turning garden wastes into beautiful rich soil that benefits all our gardens.
Digging in with Master Gardeners hosts Teresa and Jean discuss the problem of mediating the native vs invasive plant struggle with guest Timothy Kennelty, a fellow Master Gardener Volunteer. They cover the definitions of native and invasive plants and some of the reasons it is so important to protect the natives and remove the invasive plants from our environment.”
A conversation about gardening issues seasonally, including interviews with Master Gardener Volunteers and experts in many fields related to gardening. Features include discussions with 4-H leaders and other representatives of Cornell Cooperative Extension's many areas. Today: What to do with all those vegetables and fruits from the garden. Listen to the Master Gardeners explain the best ways to harvest your bounty followed by Rebecca Polmateer for ideas on how to preserve all those goodies from your garden.
Last updated December 4, 2019