Urban vegetable gardening

    The popularity of vegetable gardening hasn’t had such a boom since the Victory Gardens of World War Two. The reality of eating fresh food and saving money has turned Americans into amateur farmers, changing their backyards from lawns into vegetable gardens, planting pots of lettuce in their urban patio and joining neighborhood community gardens. We’ll talk soil, seeds and tilling with PATRICIA SCHRIEBER, Associate Director of Education at the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and PAM RUCH, Test Garden Manager and Research Editor at Organic Gardening. Listen to the mp3

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