Ep 58: Spring Forward

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The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 58: Spring Forward The Original Transplants Podcast Episode 58, Daylight Saving Time edition, opens with small livestock winter survival observations from the apiary and chicken coop with homestead stewards Will and Sarah. The edible landscape is going back into production as Sarah breaks ground for the early season, planting peas, carrots, radishes, turnips, and baby lettuce. The garlic planted in November 2020 is sprouting. Sarah also discusses starting lettuce, spinach, and rainbow swiss chard transplants in the indoor nursery. For homestead fun, we visit the snow geese migration at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area, and invite you to check out Will's game camera exploits at the homestead instagram, https://www.instagram.com/spreadcasts/ Homestead chores include dormant pruning in the orchard, rejuvenation pruning the native woody perennials, and spring clean-up of perennial wildflowers in the pocket meadows. Agricultural news celebrates "doing good in the neighborhood" with stories on food waste, helping fight food insecurity, and the multiplier effect of the success of Weaver poultry company. Notes Lawn people: How grasses, weeds, and chemicals make us who we are by Paul Robbins http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/873737558 Satoyama Homestead instagram, Spreadcasts: https://www.instagram.com/spreadcasts/ Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area Waterfowl Migration Update https://www.pgc.pa.gov/InformationResources/AboutUs/ContactInformation/Southeast/MiddleCreekWildlifeManagementArea/Pages/MigrationUpdate.aspx Agricultural News 17% of food production globally wasted, UN report estimates | Candace Choi for the Associated Press (as seen in Lancaster Farming) https://apnews.com/article/un-report-17-percent-food-production-globally-wasted-de18ad7e031341fcca05e93bb33f4bbf How You Can Help Fight Food Insecurity | Richard Kralj | Lancaster Farming Family Living Focus | March, 13, 2021 | p. B3 (not found online) 17 Dressed Chickens Built a Living Legacy | Dick Wanner for Lancaster Farming https://www.lancasterfarming.com/farming/poultry/17-dressed-chickens-built-a-living-legacy/article_8367c362-15db-5ef4-b942-e9dc18e641ec.html

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