By Jason Akers
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The Self-Sufficient Gardener Podcast is about helping people develop their gardening skills in ways that reduce their dependence upon outside systems. Our aim is to be able to grow a garden in good times and in bad times in the most inexpensive and efficient manner possible.
||CleanEpisode 199 Five Myths About Soil and Fertility||Today I tackle five myths (or at the least misconceptions) about soil and fertility.||6/5/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 198 Ten Homestead Tools Made of Barrels||In today's episode I talk about 10 things you can make from barrels that will benefit you on the homestead. I cover much more in my book The Scrounged Homestead. I cover more projects. How to find barrels and where. How to secure a source.||5/19/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 197 No and Low Till Planting Methods||It is my opinion that if you really want a "beyond organic" garden then it behooves you to avoid tilling your soil. Besides lasagna bed gardening I don't think we've given gardeners too many options on how to plant their crops without tilling the soil..||5/9/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 196 Cooking With Trash||Ok so now that the title has your attention...Today we are going to talk about cooking with things that you might normally throw away in your kitchen. These are things that are perfectly edible but most people seem to compost them because they require..||5/2/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 195 Five Unlikely Edibles in Your Garden||On today's show I talk about five things in your garden that you can eat but likely aren't. I didn't mention some things that are so commonly unlikely edible (like squash blossoms) because these have become mainstream.||4/25/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
Wonderful show. Clear, to the point, and well presented!
Great show! A wealth of information. I like how Jason picks a certain topic for an episode and sticks with it with out rambling on. His episodes are short and to the point. Also enjoy how he adds some history lessons to some of his topics.
This is a really great podcast on sustainable gardening. This topic is important and something I think more people should be involved in. If everyone grew just a little bit of what they consumed they would realize how fulfilling not to mention tasty it is. Keep up the great podcast. Will be looking forward to new episodes as they come out. Thanks
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