Tea Jay's Garden

Seed Starting Special!

December 19, 2020 Tea Jay Truchon Season 2 Episode 1
Tea Jay's Garden
Seed Starting Special!
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Tea Jay's Garden
Seed Starting Special!
Dec 19, 2020 Season 2 Episode 1
Tea Jay Truchon

Notes

Joyous HumanLight!

If you have any specific questions about starting seeds (or anything else) you can contact me through the website or Direct Message me on the Fediverse http://mastodon.sdf.org/@capheind (or on Twitter or Instagram if you must)

I misspoke about Perlite and Vermiculite. Pearlite is a naturally expanded volcanic gas, Vermiculite is a mineral compound that can be heated to expand (incidentally the name comes from the heated products tendency to expand into worm like strands.)

Also to clarify, when I said “There aren’t many genetically modified organisms in food production right now.” I meant to say varieties, significant portions of our sugar beet and field corn populations are GMO, as is most alfalfa grown as a feed. But those are only a very small handful of varieities that aren’t trivial for you to get. 

Update: I am no longer comfortable recommending Baker Creek Seeds as I was unaware of their relationship with Cliven Bundy. There were already some red flags for me and this was one too many. I apologize if anyone made a purchase based on listening to this episode.

Seed Links

Resources

Tea Jay’s Garden 1.0


Support the show (https://liberapay.com/capheind/)

Show Notes

Notes

Joyous HumanLight!

If you have any specific questions about starting seeds (or anything else) you can contact me through the website or Direct Message me on the Fediverse http://mastodon.sdf.org/@capheind (or on Twitter or Instagram if you must)

I misspoke about Perlite and Vermiculite. Pearlite is a naturally expanded volcanic gas, Vermiculite is a mineral compound that can be heated to expand (incidentally the name comes from the heated products tendency to expand into worm like strands.)

Also to clarify, when I said “There aren’t many genetically modified organisms in food production right now.” I meant to say varieties, significant portions of our sugar beet and field corn populations are GMO, as is most alfalfa grown as a feed. But those are only a very small handful of varieities that aren’t trivial for you to get. 

Update: I am no longer comfortable recommending Baker Creek Seeds as I was unaware of their relationship with Cliven Bundy. There were already some red flags for me and this was one too many. I apologize if anyone made a purchase based on listening to this episode.

Seed Links

Resources

Tea Jay’s Garden 1.0


Support the show (https://liberapay.com/capheind/)