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TheGardenVoyeur
Currently growing in 8 raised beds. Learning as I go. 100% garden content only! IG:theGardenVoyeur
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Compost Matters 1h
It is so important to attract the good bugs to your garden
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Karen Vaughan Dec 5
Because someone had to do it. 🔼 Thanks to all the students and faculty who helped bake cakes! I’ll share the assembly video below.
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Garlic update. Nicely tucked in for the winter. Couple inches of shredded leaves and a makeshift pvc/chicken wire panel to lay on top to keep the pesky squirrels at bay. 👨‍🌾Any other first time garlic growers trying with me this season? 👨‍🌾
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TheGardenVoyeur Dec 3
Let's have some fun on . First post is taking it back old school love songs (the one song I needed was only a karaoke version 😢 of Aaron Hall). Not much gardening to showcase on IG over winter so I'll be having fun on Tiktok…
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TheGardenVoyeur Dec 1
Have worked hard to create and curate an almost exclusive garden only account/follower/followers on Twitter/IG. Noticing a huge uptick on political posts from accounts I don't follow that others apparently do. Unfollowing/blocking going forward. Don't take too personal.
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Dick King-Smith HQ Nov 30
Hibernating snapping turtle, under the ice. Amazingly they do this every winter in cold areas, and although they breathe air, they can survive months in this state by slowing their metabolism and breathing through their bums (cloaca).
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TheGardenVoyeur Nov 29
Replying to @allotment9A
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TheGardenVoyeur Nov 27
Not that size means anything nor translates to taste, but sometimes as a backyard gardener you just have to pull out something to measure to reassure yourself that in the end, all of the garden work lead to SOMETHING! Usually the big ones out of the gard…
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TheGardenVoyeur Nov 26
Cosmic Purple or Purple Dragon carrots? I guess I've been a bad boy because I forgot to document which packet I put in from @bakercreekseeds this Fall. There were two varieties I used and mixed, and I know I've gotten both from Baker Creek in the last fe…
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TheGardenVoyeur Nov 25
Inspecting compost bin #3 with Ramsay to see if it’s ready to go in the curing bin. Not yet he says! ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀
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TheGardenVoyeur Nov 23
My go to garden reference book!
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TheGardenVoyeur Nov 22
Guess who’s out mowing a couple strips a day for the compost? 😂 ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ This is the first year I'm really trying to take advantage of all the free resources that are literally dropping at my feet. Usually I wait till all the …
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TheGardenVoyeur Nov 11
Added another couple inches of homemade compost and then topped off with some shredded leaves using our electric mower. Will help insulate the soil life over the St. Louis winter and then slowly break down adding some nutrients for Spring planting. Anyon…
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TheGardenVoyeur Nov 1
The frost came and went. Decided to let it all go. It was a good season with plenty of positives for sure and a few duds. Looks like the beets still hanging in there though 🤗⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀
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TheGardenVoyeur Oct 30
Great sign when you see the big worms helping out!
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City of Iowa City Oct 30
Compost 👏those 👏pumpkins👏
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TheGardenVoyeur Oct 30
Replying to @BlhFarm
Great sight!
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Build Soil 🦠🍂& Plant Chestnuts🌰🌳 Oct 29
Hey wanna build soil? All the deciduous trees in your area are dropping their leaves. Find a spot to pile them up. Great mulch or jumpstart your compost pile. Catch them now before they release their carbon to the air.
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Climate Resilience Oct 30
As regenerative agriculture & carbon farming picks up, research will be vital Compost can boost carbon capture in soils at depths below 30cm Researchers measured soil organic carbon at 5 different depths down to 2m depth over a 19 year period
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