healthy soil http://wrvo.org en The bug-eat-bug world of organic gardening http://wrvo.org/post/bug-eat-bug-world-organic-gardening <p>Good night, don’t let the pest bugs bite… your plants, that is. Pests can be one problem affecting gardens, but it’s not the only thing to look out for, especially when it comes to organic gardening.</p><p>This week on <em>Take Care</em>, <a href="http://herbgardens.about.com/bio/Amy-Jeanroy-42668.htm">Amy Jeanroy</a> talks about the <a href="http://www.cafemom.com/advice/home/lawn_and_garden/384/How_can_I_get_started_with_organic_gardening">basics of organic gardening</a>. Jeanroy is a gardening expert, and covers herb gardening for the how-to website About.com. She’s the author of <em>Canning and Preserving for Dummies</em>, now in its second edition.</p><p><strong>Click 'Read More' to hear our interview with Amy Jeanroy.</strong></p><p> Sun, 04 May 2014 23:00:00 +0000 Take Care 55124 at http://wrvo.org The bug-eat-bug world of organic gardening Nature's Viewpoints on Drought http://wrvo.org/post/natures-viewpoints-drought While we like to assign value to weather conditions, such as considering a drought being bad, John Weeks explains that in nature extreme weather is simply part of a cycle. He discusses how it is the extremes in climate that determine what vegetation grows. Drought is a gift to some life and a distraction to others. Locally, dry years are extremely beneficial to pheasants and wetland nesting birds. Originally aired July 15, 1988. Wed, 18 Jul 2012 19:52:47 +0000 John Weeks 22769 at http://wrvo.org Super Soil http://wrvo.org/post/super-soil <p>Remember what Grandma used to say... 'If the soil ain't happy, ain't no tree, shrub or clingin' vine happy!'&nbsp; Okay, so that's not what she said, but it IS the point of this commentary on building high quality, highly productive soil.&nbsp;</p> Thu, 17 May 2012 15:49:40 +0000 Michael S. Ameigh & Jim Sollecito 19432 at http://wrvo.org Super Soil