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January 3, 2021 83 min
Soil expert Steve Zien says to feed your soil during the winter with a layer of mulch. Prof. Linda Chalker-Scott on the benefits of mulch. The gardens of past U.S. presidents. Blueberry growing tips.
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Phil Pursel of Dave Wilson Nursery talks about growing backyard fruit trees. Low water plants for the shade. A visit to Fort Ross. Growing chili peppers.
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Urban chicken consultant and beekeeper Cherie Sintes-Glover of chickensforeggs.com talks about to keep your poultry flock and beehives cozy in the winter chill. Warren Roberts takes us on a December tour of the UC Davis Arboretum. Garden Grappler.
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Lori Ann Asmus, Emerald City Interior Landscape Services, has tips for holiday houseplant care and wreath making ideas. Garden Grappler.
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Soil pedologist and Organic Advocate, Steve Zien celebrated World Soil Day yesterday. He will join us to talk about how you can improve your own soil. How to start tomatoes from cutting. Growing citrus indoors. Garden Grappler.
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We live in a 365 days a year gardening climate, so there are always questions. We pay an overdue visit to the mailbag. Retired College Horticulture Professor Debbie Flower is the guest. Garden Grappler.
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Nurseries are beginning to get in lots of edibles, including berry plants and a few fruit tree varieties. Plus, colorful shrubs, such as the sasanqua camellias. College horticulture professor Debbie Flower has planting tips for them. Garden Grappler.
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Summer’s weird weather is still playing havoc with backyard plants, especially fruit and nut trees. College horticulture professor Debbie Flower explains it all. Garden Grappler.
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Master Gardener Pam Bone offers citrus tree protection tips for the upcoming freezing mornings. Blackberry Supports. Growing beets. Garden Grappler.
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Brad Gay of JB’s Power Equipment in Davis discusses the benefits and drawbacks of outdoor electric garden tools. Pumpkin recipe. Growing persimmons. Garden Grappler.
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Don Shor of Redwood Barn Nursery in Davis discusses the best plants to put in the garden in late October. Solving Bitter Cucumbers. Benefits of Mulch. Garden Grappler
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It's not too late to start a fall vegetable garden! Quentyn Young, Master Gardener and Manager at Fair Oaks Blvd Nursery, has tips. October tour of the UCD Arboretum with Warren Roberts. Garden Grappler
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What bugs your garden this time of year? it's more than bugs. Prof. Debbie Flower has the agonizing list. Less toxic weed control methods. Garden Grappler
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This is the season for doing a lawn or garden makeover. The days are cooler, the soil is still warm, perfect for establishing new plants. Prof. Debbie Flower has suggestions. Preview of the 2021 Placer County Master Gardener Garden Guide and Calendar. Garden Grappler.
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Planning a fall garden makeover? Make room for the garden good guys, especially the bees! Prof. Debbie Flower has suggestions. Julia Oldfield of Big Oak Nursery talks fall annuals. Garden Grappler.
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Fall begins Tuesday, What shrubs have outstanding fall color? Debbie Flower has some suggestions. Warren Roberts discusses the outstanding plants of September at the UC Davis Arboretum. Garden Grappler.
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Don Shor of Redwood Barn Nursery in Davis has ideas for garden tasks indoors, to keep you out of the smoke. Grow some succulents, perhaps. Linda Chalker-Scott answers the question, Do walnut trees inhibit other, nearby plants? Garden Grappler.
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Master Gardener Quentyn Young, who also manages Fair Oaks Blvd Nursery, has suggestions for cool season flowers to plant this month and next. Greenhouse Basics, part 2. Garden Grappler.
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What's bugging your trees this summer? Master Gardener Pam Bone tackles your tree questions. AmpleHarvest.org. Garden Grappler.
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As if the heat wasn't bad enough, record breaking wildfires in Northern California have presented two more problems for area gardeners: dealing with smoke and ash. College horticulture professor Debbie Flower discusses coping strategies. Garden Grappler.
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