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S2 E33 Lessons learned in the garden, plant based energy sources, Paige Embry TWVG Radio show

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Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 10-13-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
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Topics: Joey and Holly talk about Lessons they have learned in the garden this year. And plant based energy sources their guest author of Our Native Bees Paige Embry of www.paigeembry.com/
Things we’ve learned this year
buy our starts – healthy plant starts is best
Cardboard placement
Plant based energy boosters

Lentils are legumes that are rich in carbs and fiber. One cup of cooked lentils provides up to 40 grams of carbs and about 16 grams of fiber The fiber in lentils promotes slow stomach emptying and more controlled increases in blood sugar levels. Therefore, you will not only feel full for longer after you eat them, but you can also expect steady energy levels . Additionally, lentils can increase your energy levels by replenishing your stores of folate, manganese, zinc and iron. These nutrients assist in the effective production of energy in cells and breakdown of nutrients for the release of energy

Paige Embry is an author with a passion for gardening living in Seattle, WA. She’s taught classes on geology, soils, gardening, and pruning. She is very knowledgeable on bees and bee science.
1.Why are bees so important to us as humans?
2.Are all bees pollinators?
3.Do all bees live in hives?
4.Are honey bees native to north America?
5.We hear about neonicotinoids and bee deaths – what is the correlation? What are neonicotinoids?
6.What can we do to increase bee population?
7.How can we find out more about you?
check out highlights of past show podcast and video
Email your questions to TWVGshow@gmail.com tweet us as #twvg or @twvgshow The show runs March – Oct Saturday morning’s 9-10am cst
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