Category: Making black Gold

Making good, organic compost is easy. The benefits to you plants and soil is significant.

What’s in a name: heirlooms, hybrids and GMOs


When it comes to understanding and distinguishing the difference between heirloom plants, the lines are clear to commercial growers, but may be a bit blurry to the home gardener.

Mike Serant of Microlife discusses organic fertilizers and lawn products


“When any organism is fed the highest nutrition possible, that organism will hit it’s optimum potential and have the least amount of problems.”

Danny Millikin discusses organics at The Memorial Park Conservancy


Bob Dailey sits down with Danny Millikin to talk about The Memorial Park Conservancy, Organic Gardening and much more! Daniel is a plant health enthusiast who loves soil, soil biology, root anatomy and the way they all work together. Prior to joining the Memorial…

The W.I.S.E. Guys help homeowners save water and money


Bob Dailey interviews a WISE guy about the water conservation programs at WJPA.org and other municipal water districts. More about The W.I.S.E. Guys A free and fast way to have your irrigation system checked. If your irrigation system is a few years old, some…

Interfaith’s Organic Vegetable Garden


Sarah Munday, with Interfaith of The Woodlands’ Veggie Village, at the Alden Bridge Community Garden. 90% OF FOOD HARVESTED DONATED TO INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY Veggie Village, community donation gardens, are welcoming places where people work and learn together while providing fresh organic produce to…

Backflow Preventers Important for Health, Safety Reasons


We all take the water we drink, bathe in, or prepare food with, for granted. We assume that the water will always be clean and safe to drink. There is, however, a hidden risk that many people don’t give enough attention to – backflow…

Cicada Killers More Frightening than Dangerous


The insect is big.  The body can be two inches long, and the extended wingspan three to four inches long.  It can be terrifying as it zips around the yard, dipping this way and that looking for its prey, looking for all the world…

Soil Science and Compost


Soil scientists agree that natural compost is the best way to create and maintain healthy soil. This video is an interview with John Ferguson, soil scientist and owner of Nature’s Way Resources.

Back Yard Composting with a Master Composter Expert


Native plants, heirloom vegetables, blueberries, and more


This video is an overview of Nature’s Way Resources plant nursery.

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