THE MORNING SHOW
Biologist, Soil & Gardening Expert
It’s Time to Plant the Spring Garden
George studied Chemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology at The University of Texas, Austin and started Austin’s first organic nursery in 1971 before organic was cool. He has considerable knowledge in all areas of food production, including the proper care and feeding of animals for food. He has a deep understanding of the principals of agriculture and nutrition. We think you’ll find George a delight to spend time with.
-Living in an urban area? You can build raised beds; George tells us which material to choose and the type of soil to start with
-The problem with lead in the soil
-The difference between compost and mulch
-How to tell if your garden is mineral deficient
-A listener poured far too much sulfur onto his garden; what should he do?
-Tenting your garden to protect from the toxins of chemtrails
-Some gardens attract many snakes; George gives some advice on what to do in the case a pet gets bitten
-Choosing the right manure for the garden
-How do plants use iodine?
-Caring for your lawn naturally; George gives some alternatives to using glyphosates
george altgelt on building your spring garden, anywhere, march 23, 2015