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A radio show on the grow!  Garden Talk on KSRO is Sonoma County’s source for gardening, including tips, techniques, interviews, reviews, and your questions at 636-1350.  Hosts Steve Garner and Gwen Kilcherr love to take the show on the road, with broadcasts from wineries, farms, fairs, and restaurants.

Podcasts

Garden Talk – June 6 – Hour 2

Hosts Steve Garner and Gwen Kilchher take calls and answer emails regarding herbicides, lawn problems, weed issues, Bing cherry trees, and a tiny spider infestation.

Garden Talk – June 6, 2020 Hour 1

Hosts Steve Garner and Gwen Kilchherr take your gardening questions, covering topics that include battling English Ivy, disease ridden tomatoes, techniques for thinning corn, and whether horticultural vinegar is necessary (hint, regular vinegar works just fine).

Garden Talk – May 23rd 10am Hour

Hosts Steve Garner and Gwen Kilchherr answer listener questions about shallots, watering issues, compost, propagating amaryllis, and browning leaves, among other gardening issues. Send in your questions to steve@ksro.com or call during the live program Saturdays from

Garden Talk – May 23rd 9am Hour with USPS Stamp Services Director

Hosts Steve Garner and Gwen Kilchherr answer your gardening questions, as well as their weekly check in with Dennis Dunn from the Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market. Steve and Gwen also talk with Bill Gicker, USPS

HOUR TWO

Phone Calls and EMails and talk about Dodder Weed Control

HOUR NO. 1

Dennis with a Farmers Market Update Guest: Rachel Spaeth…Garden Curator gardens@lutherburbank.org lutherburbank.org and phone calls

HOUR TWO

E Mails and Phone Calls including one from New Zealand

HOUR ONE

Farmers Market Update from Dennis…Phone Calls and E-Mail Questions

HOUR ONE: FIRST SATURDAY IN MAY

Farmers Market Update… Guest..Liz Platte Bermeo of Daily Acts dailyacts.org LIVE WEBINAR EVENT Saturday, May 2, 2020 4:00 PM PDT – 5:30 PM PDT and Phone Calls

HOUR TWO

Phone call filled hour about Onion Seeds, Fertilizing, etc. etc. etc.

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