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Welcome to Empress of Dirt's Two Minutes in the Garden—our gardening podcast! Get bite-sized informative updates on gardening basics, gardening myths and other subjects of interest to gardeners both new and experienced.

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Aug 31, 2018

Digging, no-digging, double-digging -- it's a contentious issue in gardening circles with many people holding quite emphatic views on all sides.


Aug 29, 2018

We tend to be so anxious about making sure our garden gets enough water that it's easy to forget you can go too far the other way.

Read more at Empress of Dirt: Wilted Plants? You Could Be Overwatering

 


Aug 27, 2018

The internet is filled with articles about how geat Epsom salts are for your garden, but is there any evidence that this is true?

Read more at Empress of Dirt: Are Epsom Salts Good for Plants or a Garden Myth?

 


Aug 24, 2018

They're chewing up plants from coast to coast in the U.S. and Canada. Is there anything you can do about it?

Read more at Empress of Dirt: How to Catch Japanese Beetles

 


Aug 21, 2018

Fruit sharing has become increasingly popular, both as a way to reduce food waste and to help city dwellers feel more connected to the food they eat.

Read more at Empress of Dirt: Join a Local Fruit Sharing Program