John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ attends the Mother Earth News Fair in Seven Springs, PA in September 2017 and gives you a tour of the best gardening related exhibitors as well as his opinions about the event.
In this episode, you will discover how you can grow food out of a log, the best beneficial bacteria inoculant for your garden, washable and reusable paper that is leather-like, a simple to use low-tech garden planner, his favorite tomato at the event, a Red Anthocyanin-rich sweet corn, what to watch out for when buying worm castings, and much, much more.
First, John will take you on a small tour of the Mother Earth News Fair Grounds that happened in Seven Springs, PA. Then you will discover some of the best exhibitors at the event.
Finally, John will share with you some of the things he learned at the event and his review of the 2017 Mother Earth News Fair in Seven Springs, PA.
Jump to the following parts of this episode
01:00 Mother Earth News Attendee Tips
02:07 Walking Tour of Event
04:28 Microbes Alive – Bacterial Innoculate for your garden
06:47 Quiet Creek Herb Farm – 1-Year-old Innoculated Shitake logs
10:07 Southern Exposure Seed Exchange – My Favorite Tomato at the Event
13:42 Clyde’s Garden Planter – Easy to Use Garden Planter for Spring/Summer or Fall Season
20:12 BranchHomestead – Reusable Washer Paper Fabric Bags
24:10 Harris Seeds – Red Sweet Corn with Anthocyanins & AAS Red Racer F1 Tomato, King Of The North Pepper
26:17 EverGreen Institute – Chinese Green House – Passive Solar Greenhouse that allows you to Grow Tropical Fruits without additional heat in the winter
31:23 Red Bud Farm – Most Expensive Organic Worm Castings I have ever Found.
35:23 Summary of What I learned and Wrap Up
After watching this episode, you will learn some of the best gardening products and exhibitors at the Mother Earth News Fair 2017.
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