How to Grow a Vegetable Garden

How to Grow a Vegetable Garden

Choosing a Site for a Vegetable Garden

Choosing a Site for a Vegetable Garden

Testing Soil for a Vegetable Garden

Testing Soil for a Vegetable Garden

How to Plot and Make Vegetable Garden Beds

How to Plot and Make Vegetable Garden Beds

Choosing What to Plant in Your Vegetable Garden

Choosing What to Plant in Your Vegetable Garden

Vegetable Garden - How to Start Seeds Indoors

Vegetable Garden - How to Start Seeds Indoors

Vegetable Garden - How to Plant Seeds Outdoors

Vegetable Garden - How to Plant Seeds Outdoors

How to Transplant Seedlings to an Outdoor Vegetable Garden

How to Transplant Seedlings to an Outdoor Vegetable Garden

Using Mulch in Your Vegetable Garden

Using Mulch in Your Vegetable Garden

Watering Techniques for Your Vegetable Garden

Watering Techniques for Your Vegetable Garden

Using Organic Compost in Your Vegetable Garden

Using Organic Compost in Your Vegetable Garden

How to Deal with Pests and Disease in Your Vegetable Garden

How to Deal with Pests and Disease in Your Vegetable Garden

How to Deal with Pests and Disease in Your Vegetable Garden

How to Deal with Pests and Disease in Your Vegetable Garden

Using Organic Compost in Your Vegetable Garden

Using Organic Compost in Your Vegetable Garden

Watering Techniques for Your Vegetable Garden

Watering Techniques for Your Vegetable Garden

Using Mulch in Your Vegetable Garden

Using Mulch in Your Vegetable Garden

How to Transplant Seedlings to an Outdoor Vegetable Garden

How to Transplant Seedlings to an Outdoor Vegetable Garden

Vegetable Garden - How to Plant Seeds Outdoors

Vegetable Garden - How to Plant Seeds Outdoors

Vegetable Garden - How to Start Seeds Indoors

Vegetable Garden - How to Start Seeds Indoors

Choosing What to Plant in Your Vegetable Garden

Choosing What to Plant in Your Vegetable Garden

How to Plot and Make Vegetable Garden Beds

How to Plot and Make Vegetable Garden Beds

Testing Soil for a Vegetable Garden

Testing Soil for a Vegetable Garden

Choosing a Site for a Vegetable Garden

Choosing a Site for a Vegetable Garden

How to Grow a Vegetable Garden

How to Grow a Vegetable Garden

Compost with Worms

Compost with Worms

Manufactured Compost Bins

Manufactured Compost Bins

How To Use Compost

How To Use Compost

Starting a Compost Pile

Starting a Compost Pile

Things Not to Compost

Things Not to Compost

Compost Kitchen Scraps

Compost Kitchen Scraps

Compost Activators

Compost Activators

Compost - Hot and Cold

Compost - Hot and Cold

Air and Water in Compost

Air and Water in Compost

Compost Tools

Compost Tools

Compost - Controling Smells

Compost - Controling Smells

Compost Bins

Compost Bins

Compost - How it Happens

Compost - How it Happens

What is Compost

What is Compost

How to Compost

How to Compost

How To Save Seeds From Your Garden

How To Save Seeds From Your Garden

How To Protect Shrubs And Trees From Rabbits

How To Protect Shrubs And Trees From Rabbits

How To Prune A Crepe Myrtle

How To Prune A Crepe Myrtle

3 Most Common Summer Pests

3 Most Common Summer Pests

How To Prevent Mosquitoes

How To Prevent Mosquitoes

How To Avoid Stinging Wasps, Hornets And Bees

How To Avoid Stinging Wasps, Hornets And Bees

Dangers Of Ticks And Lyme Disease

Dangers Of Ticks And Lyme Disease

Summer BBQ Pest Prevention

Summer BBQ Pest Prevention

All About Ants

All About Ants

How To Prevent Carpenter Ants

How To Prevent Carpenter Ants

How To Prevent Odorous House Ants

How To Prevent Odorous House Ants

Most Common Ant Infestated Areas

Most Common Ant Infestated Areas

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Ed Bruske

D.C. Urban Gardeners

www.dc-urban-gardener-news.com  

An award-winning journalist for The Wasington Post in a previous life, Ed Bruske is a Master Gardener and president of D.C. Urban Gardeners, a group dedicated to the greening of the District of Columbia through public education and hands-on volunteer efforts. An accomplished public speaker, Ed focuses his lecture activities on composting and soil ecology. He practices daily organic recycling through composting and vermicomposting at his home about a mile from the White House, where he and his wife are transforming their corner lot into an edible landscape. Ed is a personal chef, caterer and chef-in-residence at The Washington Youth Garden, located at the U.S. National Arboretum in the District of Columbia. He also writes about composting and cooking from the garden on his blog, The Slow Cook, www.theslowcook.blogspot.com.

Using Organic Compost in Your Vegetable Garden

Gardener Ed Bruske demonstrates how to use organic compost in a vegetable garden.

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gardner by gardner at 03/29/11 11:26PM Flag

I got more info. on this site then on any one I have watched in the past. I got my grandson in to gardening 2 years ago. I try to give the advice and he does the hard work.

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