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S4E15 What your plants are telling you, 5 jobs still to do, guest Julie Cerny- The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener radio show

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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from
March – Oct weekly
Heard on Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturday mornings 7-8 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/
Heard on WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvft
Heard on KDIZ 1570 AM M
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The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from
March – Oct weekly
Heard on Joy 1340 AM & 98.7 FM Milwaukee, WI Saturday mornings 7-8 AM CST https://tunein.com/radio/Joy-1340-s30042/
Heard on WAAM 1600 AM & 92.7 FM Ann Arbor, MI Sundays 7-8 AM EST https://tinyurl.com/p68cvft
Heard on KDIZ 1570 AM Minneapolis, MN Saturdays 4-5 PM and replay Sundays 2-3 PM CST http://player.listenlive.co/57071
Heard on KFEQ 680 AM at 107.9 FM St. Joseph/Kansas City, MO Sundays 10-11 AM CST http://www.680kfeq.com/live-stream/
Heard on WRMN 1410 AM & 96.7 FM Elgin/Chicago, IL Sundays Noon-1 PM CST https://www.wrmn1410.com/
Heard on KYAH 540 AM Delta/Salt Lake City, UT Saturdays 1-2 PM MST Reply Sundays 9-10 PM MST https://www.yahradio540.com/listen-live/
Heard on KMET 1490 AM & 98.1 FM Banning, CA Tuesdays 9 - 10 AM PST April – Oct https://www.kmet1490am.com/
Heard on WCRN 830 AM Westborough/Boston, MA Saturdays 10-11 AM EST https://tunein.com/radio/WCRN-AM-830-Full-Service-Radio-s1112/
Heard on WOGO 680 AM & 103.1 FM Chippewa Falls, WI Sundays 9-10 AM CST https://www.christiannetcast.com/listen/player.asp?station=wogo-am
Check out https://thewisconsinvegetablegardener.com/
Email your questions to Gardentalkradio@gmail.com
Or call 24/7 leave your question at 1-800 927-SHOW

In segment on Joey and Holly talk about what your plants are telling you are they okay or do they need help?

Leaf and Flower Drop
A common sign your plant is stressed is if it’s dropping leaves and flowers.
This can be do to a lack of water, over watering, temperature change, less light – you name it. If the problem isn’t too little or too much water, or something else easy to identify, have patience. The plant will likely adapt to its new situation.
Wilt water or bug problem
Leaves changing colors and Nutrient Deficiencies

https://extension.umd.edu/hgic/topics/nutrient-deficiency
Nitrogen
Deficiency symptoms are seen first on older leaves. Deficient leaves are lighter green, smaller, may show earlier fall color or more intense fall color, and may also drop earlier. Shoots and branches will be shorter and may also be fewer in number.
Phosphorus
Deficiency symptoms are first seen on older foliage. Deficient leaves are dark green on the upper surface but may appear bronze to purple on the lower surface. Leaves will be smaller than normal and may be distorted. They will also drop early. Shoots can appear normal length but will be small in diameter.
Potassium
Deficiency symptoms are first seen on the older leaves. Deficient leaves have marginal or interveinal chlorosis followed by scorching that moves between the main veins. Leaves may also be crinkled and roll upward. Shoot tips may die back late in the season.
Calcium
Deficiency symptoms are first seen on the new leaves. Deficient leaves will be chlorotic and small with necrotic tips. Shoots are short and will show terminal dieback.
Magnesium
Deficiency symptoms are first seen on older leaves. Deficient leaves are thin and brittle, drop prematurely, and show interveinal and marginal chlorosis. Leaves eventually will develop interveinal reddening and necrosis. Shoots may appear normal unless the deficiency is severe.
Sulfur
Deficiency symptoms appear first on the older leaves. Leaves will be smaller and lighter green than normal. Shoots will be shorter than normal. Symptoms may resemble nitrogen deficiency symptoms.
Iron
Deficiency symptoms are first seen in the young leaves. Leaves will be light green with contrasting dark narrow green veins. Leaves may eventually show marginal scorching and bleaching. Symptoms will be more severe during cool wet spring weather. Shoot growth may be normal but small in diameter. Terminal dieback may occur under severe deficiency conditions.
Manganese
Deficiency symptoms first appear on the younger leaves. Leaves are light green with darker green bands along the veins. Leaves will eventually develop interveinal necrosis and look water stressed. Shoot growth will be less than normal.

Pest holes in leave leaves being eaten
Cabbage worm

In segment two Joey and Holly talk about jobs that still need to be done ever after the garden is planted

5 jobs that still need to be done
1.weeding
A: Watering
2.keep mulching
3.Look for problems (look under leaves)
4.Keep harvesting
5.Keep a lookout for sales in store and online

In segment three Joey and Holly welcome their guest for the week
Julie Cerny is an educator, gardener, and aspiring homesteader living in New York's Hudson Valley. A longtime lover of food, flowers, trees, and the earth that grows them, she strives to live as an active member of the ecological systems that sustain her. to get here book click here https://www.amazon.com/Little-Gardener-Helping-Children-Connect/dp/1616898607/ref=pd_lpo_14_t_1/138-3926834-2808665?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=1616898607&pd_rd_r=b8381d6e-7088-434c-
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