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Grow a High-Performance Garden, Episode 30: “Fall Aphids Curling the Kale Leaves”

Watch (and learn!) as Lynn Gillespie—an organic farmer for over 25 years and owner of The Living Farm in Paonia, CO—plans, plants, tends, and harvests a high-performance garden.

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Lynn has a unique “learn along with me” garden teaching system. You will actually get to see everything she does in her garden for the entire season. Will she make it? Will the bugs get everything? Will the deer destroy her plants? Will sudden freezes or the burning summer sun wipe her out?

Lynn’s goal for her garden is to produce enough food so that she can eat something she’s grown every day for a year.

Follow along with the ups and downs of this experienced gardener. It will be just like being in the garden with her!

Catch the next episode below.

(And stay tuned, as Lynn will have another update every week!)

Episode 30: “Fall Aphids Curling the Kale Leaves”

The fall aphids have moved in, but they won’t last long with Lynn’s pest-clearing strategy. This week, Lynn continues to harvest as she closely inspects the garden for powdery mildew, pests, and vibrant vegetables to eat.

 

You can access The Living Farm’s “What Can I Plant Today?” lists—divided by month from March through October—online here: https://thelivingfarm.org/high-performance-garden-show

Take your garden to the next level and sign up for the Abundance Garden Course, the official instruction manual for the High-Performance Garden Show.

Click on this link to start your garden adventure.

Use the coupon code TGN19 to get $50.00 Off!

Stay tuned! We’ll be publishing a new episode in this series weekly!

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COMMENTS(1)

  • harpiano says:

    Boy I wish I had a greenhouse like hers! The baking soda and water for powdery mildew might make it possible for me to grow cucumbers outside now in Hawaii. I might even entertain the idea of zucchini! Thanks for all the tidbits you always have

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