How New Vegetable Varieties Become All-America Selection Winners…
Diane Blazek, Executive Director of All-America Selections shares how new vegetable varieties become All-America Selections Winners and what it means for the gardener on this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show with Mike Podlesny.
Here’s what was covered in this episode of the Vegetable Gardening Show
- – When did AAS begin and what do they do
- – How does a variety become an AAS winner
- – What happens to the varieties that do not win
- – Can breeders enter the same variety more than once
- – How does someone become an AAS judge
- – The 4 different types of AAS trials
- – Trends in the gardening industry with edibles
Many of us are getting to the point in the season where we have to decide how to overwinter our Container Planted Hardy Plants. The Laidback Gardener gives some excellent tips on different techniques to keep those plants alive over the cold winter season then get them ready for spring! Read more…
Harvesting Gorgeous Salad Greens & the Quickest Producing Radishes I’ve Ever Grown by CaliKim Garden & Home DIY
Kim brings together a tasty garden fresh salad with a combo of sweet and spicy veggies like Bopak Pak Choi, Mizuna Red Kingdom, Roxanne Radishes, all easy to grow AAS Garden Winners.
Many leafy spring and fall crops are frost tolerant into the 20s, but if you’re dealing with lower temperatures, you need to give them little extra warmth under the protection of a row cover. Extend your growing season or start it earlier in spring by using a row cover hoop house. Find this DIY project here
Register Today for Kerry Ann Mendez and Dr. Allan Armitage’s Webinar… “A fun and fast-paced webinar on ‘Of Naked Ladies and Forget-Me-Nots’; The stores behind the common names of some of our favorite plants plus growing tips and tricks too!” The webinar is Thursday, October 26th at 2 PM Eastern.