Posts Tagged ‘sun’

Many people have been like the groundhog. Hibernating all winter long. And now, it is time to begin to work outside. Gardening, clean-ups, and mowing the lawn to name a few chores. We must ensure that we are fit for these tasks. This show will help you prepare for the many deeds...

The long winter nap is over and we now turn toward spending time in the outdoors. Every gardener has been eagerly waiting for this moment. There are many advantages in raised bed gardening. I will delve into this method of gardening on this...

My list of what to do on a warm winter day is always growing. From hiking the trails to pruning my grapes to….There is a multitude of activities, tasks, and prep work for my spring adventures. This show will give you inspiration to get outside on those warm winter days! (photo courtesy of...

After a few warm days in winter many people begin to think about spring. We may have visions of colorful flowers dancing in our head so proper planning is imperative. There are specific plants that will attract pollinators to your garden. My guest on the show is author and Naturalist, David Alexander. He will...

Gardening has grown (no pun intended) over the past few years. My guest on the show is organic gardening expert, Inspector Dave. He will discuss the many trials and experiments he has conducted in the organic garden. For example, Inspector Dave teaches about green sand. Yes, I said green sand. (photo courtesy of...

I own a fleet of kayaks, paddle boards, and a canoe, yet, we rented kayaks last week. So why? I take a 101 Series look into rental equipment, water safety, and the extra gear needed to have a great day out on the water. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/AKAYAKANDPADDLEBOARDRENTAL.mp3Podcast: Play in new...

Everyone has an invention sitting in the back of their mind. How many times do you see something on the market and say “I thought of that years ago”. But you didn’t do anything about it. With the help of a good friend I have created an innovative...

Many people think about cutting the grass as a chore. Yet, I can sit on a tractor and cut numerous acres twice a week. I have developed a method using NASCAR racetracks as my plan. And, I enjoy every moment I am out there. http://joeybeepodcast.com/podcasts/2020/CMOWINGLAWNLIKENASCAR.mp3Podcast: Play in new window...

When I moved into farm country I found a number of vineyards. I contacted John Cifelli, General Manager of Unionville Vineyards. We agreed on a time to record this podcast show via Zoom. For many years I have wanted to learn about vineyards. John’s expertise answered all my questions. ...

The topics for many of the podcast shows come from inquisitive people. One of my father’s doctors asked me how to garden using organic principles. I told him I would create a step by step process on how to start an organic garden. If you are a rookie or expert this show has something for you. (The photo is courtesy...