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089: More Things You Don’t Need to Buy with Robert Pavlis

089: More Things You Don't Need to Buy with Robert Pavlis

In this episode we catch up with author, blogger, teacher, YouTuber and Master Gardener Robert Pavlis! We have a great conversation about things you don’t need to buy, and Robert also talks about his next book (coming late December 2019) that’s all about soil science.

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One Response to 089: More Things You Don’t Need to Buy with Robert Pavlis

  1. Matt Turner says:

    Great episode! Mr.Pavlis is a wealth of information.
    I thought it might be important to note, regarding your discussion on ants, that Borax is also an herbicide so it has to be used very carefully. It is very effective at eliminating ant colonies but I would be hesitant to use it in a garden.
    When a recent soil test revealed that my soil was low in boron, I asked the lab at the University of Maine if I could use Borax to correct it. Their recommendation was to use kelp meal instead because Borax was very difficult to apply at the correct rate. The maximum I could add was 1/2 lb per 1000 square feet.

    Love the show! I never miss an episode

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