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Homegrown Digest: Week of September 20, 2010

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It was fruit and nut week on Homegrown! Tuesday’s show was dedicated to nuts, and Thursday’s to fruits – not just the products, but growing them and adding [&hellip…

Tomato Tasting

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Ripe, juicy, and oh so good; tomatoes are in abundance right now and boy, am I happy. A couple of weeks ago I took a trip to Sheboygan, [&hellip…

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The nitty-gritty you’re hearing on radio this week: foamy yellow fungus, our favorite cherry tomato, culinary lavender, autumn flowering bulbs, living with dogs in the garden, fungus (?) [&hellip…

Homegrown digest: Week of August 16, 2010

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This week in MSL radio garden world: bee colony collapse, basil leaf spot, underground bees, flies stuck on plants, and split lines on tomato shoulders. Sheesh, what a [&hellip…

Homegrown digest: Week of August 9, 2010

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This week’s gardening content on Martha Stewart Living radio: complaining about the weather, figs, allelopathy, raspberry diseases, and vegetable gardening in southern California…

Homegrown digest: Week of August 2, 2010

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Your weekly recap of Homegrown: late summer perennials, tomato hornworms, green hydrangeas, and garlic…

Chef Rick Bayless' Home Garden

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I’ve needed some inspiration for my own yard for a while, and I finally found it, right in Rick’s backyard!  Rick Bayless has a beautifully manicured garden space, [&hellip…

Heat Stress on Plants

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  As I was riding my bike into work this morning, I happened upon this tragic sight.  This is a group of 3 deeply distressed Metasequoia, or dawn [&hellip…