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Zak Garber posted a discussion

Alternatives to Lab Soil Tests???

This is anther soil testing question. We live in the Centerville area. I have four raised garden (vegetable) beds and have raspberries and strawberries panted along the perimeter of my property. The beds were filled with dirt/soil we dug up when we installed a patio. And that is pretty much how the beds along the perimeter of the property were started. I am interested in testing the soil of the 4 beds and the raspberry and strawberry areas. On the radio show, Mr. Webber advocates sending samples of the soil to a lab for testing. Would I need to sent out samples of all four beds and various samples from other areas as well? This seems to me like it might become expensive quickly. Is there a good DIY soil testing kit or meter available that will provided accurate readings? Thank you for the assistance.See More
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John Crouch liked Mark Webber's blog post Growing Morel Mushrooms
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Mark Webber commented on Kurt Titgemeyer's blog post High Nitrogen Application
"I think you will get some benefit from it"
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Fred Labs commented on Mark Webber's event Maria Zampani Garden-pedia; An A- Z Guide to Gardening Terms
"More information and ordering links are at: http://www.upshoothort.com/writing/gardenpedia/"
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Kurt Titgemeyer posted a blog post

High Nitrogen Application

Mark, Later this afternoon I want to apply my Urea. Will the application still be effectively taken up by the plant and stored? Randy's observation of soil temperatures was unbelievable for mid-November...just ready to hit send and John Scott says he is doing the same thing.See More
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Maria Zampani Garden-pedia; An A- Z Guide to Gardening Terms at News 95.7 FM & 1290AM & iHeart Radio & gardentalkblog

November 22, 2014 from 8am to 8:15am
Maria Zampini and Pamela Bennett have teamed up to co-author the only book you will ever need to understand garden speak… Garden-pedia; An A- Z Guide to Gardening TermsQuick: do you know the difference between hardpan and hardening-off? Between a native and a nativar? A cold frame and a cloche? Do you wish someone would write a book that explains in simple English what all those gardening terms mean – just give you the stuff you need to know, so you can be a knowledgeable gardener? Veteran horticulturists Maria Zampini and Pamela Bennett have done just that.Garden-pedia is written to fill the need for a clear, concise book of useful terms for the layman gardener. In a friendly, conversational style, the authors give the reader easy access to the what, when, why and how of gardening – with 220 of the most common terms you’ll encounter, presented with entertaining sidebars, tips and color photos throughout. This authoritative, up-to-date guide is destined to be the reference of choice…See More
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Fred Labs left a comment for Mark Chambers
"Welcome Mark! Be sure to join us in the chat room during the show on Saturday mornings (6am-9am). Sign in at http://gardentalkblog.com/ . When the Main Room pops up (if it doesn't pop up, just click on it at the bottom of the screen) click on…"
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Fred Labs left a comment for Rick Phillips
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"Welcome Rikki! Congrats on Master Gardener status. Be sure to join us in the chat room during the show on Saturday mornings (6am-9am). Sign in at http://gardentalkblog.com/ . When the Main Room pops up (if it doesn't pop up, just click on it at…"
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Fred Labs left a comment for Neil Lyons
"Welcome Neil! Be sure to join us in the chat room during the show on Saturday mornings (6am-9am). Sign in at http://gardentalkblog.com/ . When the Main Room pops up (if it doesn't pop up, just click on it at the bottom of the screen) click on…"
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Garden Talk "Live" with Mark Webber at News95.7 FM & AM1290 & iHeart radio network

November 22, 2014 from 6am to 9pm
You can get the timely tips to make sure your plants survive the the recent cold snap and find out what great trends to look our for in the 2015 gardening season. Listen and learn and enhance your garden talk experience by bing in the garden talk blog chat room!.See More
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Richmond Pearson posted a blog post

Thanksgiving Landscape

Late Autumn arrived dressed up like winter. Forecasts for the week ahead promise a thaw. Many gardeners will use that time to get out and scrape bare the remaining standing spent perennials; making the garden tidy for the guests arriving for Thanksgiving. Why not take that off the garden task list, at least for awhile? Many birds rely on foraged seeds and insects at this time of year and the recent snow covered them up. Let the spent flower (seed heads) stay for awhile so the birds can have a thanksgiving feast too.If there just has to be a garden/landscape project because Thanksgiving weekend demands it while the shoppers are stampeding the stores and the games are on pause....why not dig a hole? A nice, ANSI 300 spec hole to plant a tree:- 50% wider than the root ball, - sloping slides - 45(ish) degree slope, - deep enough to place the root flare (that buttress looking place where the trunk and roots meet) at or just slightly above the existing grade- flat, firm bottom in the…See More
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Mark Webber replied to Neil Lyons's discussion Getting rid of honeysuckle, now what?
"Hi-great question-my suggestion is to apply post direct herbicide like round up on the weeds now-green ones. Then work on a planting plan based upon a soil test."
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In the Grass with Randy Tischer at gardentalkblog/news 95.7 FM & AM1290 & iHeart radio

November 22, 2014 from 7:30am to 7:45am
1. Ice melt and Turf…. The cheapest and most commonly available form of ice melters on the market is plain old sodium chloride – or “rock salt” . Sodium Chloride is not very turf friendly. While hard to find this year, the most “turf friendly” form of ice melter is potassium chloride . This is commonly known as potash – the third number on most lawn fertilizer bags. Usually white in color, potassium chloride does a good job of melting snow and ice in temperatures down to approximately 20 degrees F . Other forms of ice melters – sodium chloride, and magnesium chloride are also not very plant or turf friendly. Another good ice melter is 46-0-0 urea – the same high nitrogen fertilizer that we have just been using for our late season high nitrogen fertilizer for our lawns ! Urea melts snow and ice down to temperatures of approximately 21 degrees.2. Don’t give up the ship ! We here at Green Velvet have not given up on the thought of harvesting more of our Green Velvet Sod this November and…See More
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High Nitrogen Application

Posted by Kurt Titgemeyer on November 22, 2014 at 8:38am 1 Comment

Growing Morel Mushrooms

Posted by Mark Webber on November 22, 2014 at 7:30am 0 Comments

Thanksgiving Landscape

Posted by Richmond Pearson on November 22, 2014 at 5:48am 0 Comments

Ghost Plants

Posted by Mark Webber on November 21, 2014 at 5:23pm 0 Comments

Support Your Local Trees

Posted by Mark Webber on November 21, 2014 at 5:12pm 0 Comments

Biology of Soil

Posted by Mark Webber on November 8, 2014 at 8:34am 0 Comments

Preparing Plants for Winter

Posted by Mark Webber on November 8, 2014 at 6:57am 0 Comments

Controlling Honeysuckle

Posted by Mark Webber on November 8, 2014 at 6:04am 0 Comments

unusual bounty

Posted by Carol Mundy on November 7, 2014 at 7:50pm 0 Comments

Fall colors make good mulch

Posted by Mark Webber on November 7, 2014 at 5:39pm 0 Comments

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Getting rid of honeysuckle, now what?

Started by Neil Lyons in Sample Title. Last reply by Mark Webber on Friday. 1 Reply

What are you Thankful for?

Started by Mark Webber in Sample Title. Last reply by Gary Kelley Nov 19. 2 Replies

Are you enjoying the fall of 2014?

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Do you rake or mow your leaves?

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Do you have Dendrophobia?

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What was Anne Oakley's real name?

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Do like Garlic ?

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Why do people hate trees?

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