Gardening In Canada

By Ashley Labrecque

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Gardening in Canada podcast is a podcast dedicated to the science of gardening. From cold climate gardening to indoor plants a soil scientist takes you on the journey of being a plant hobbyist


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Why is peat the standard for potting soil? Promix Natural Resource , manager interview
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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

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Jul 26, 2022
What Happened To Roots & Refugees Soil? Is This Fixable?!v
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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

Disclaimer

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Jul 07, 2022
Plant Biologist Talks About Peatland Restoration
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A B O U T  M E:

Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

Disclaimer

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Jun 29, 2022
Is Peat Moss Harvesting Ethical? The President of the CPSMA Tells All
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A B O U T  M E:

Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

Disclaimer

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Jun 22, 2022
How To Choose A Garden Soil & What Should You Look Out For.
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How To Choose A Garden Soil & What Should You Look Out For.

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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

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Jun 07, 2022
Tomato Planting Depth For Cold Climates
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Is it worth planting your tomato deeper in cold climates? In particular in Canada where the soil can be cooler till later in the year. The answer may be surprising … it was for me. This has been my garden heartbreak of the year because my tomato planting regime was the deeper the better.

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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up and coming gardeners.


This description or comments section may contain contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social medias are affiliate and I will receive compensation. 

#gardeningincanada #canadiangardener #soilscience 



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May 25, 2022
Tomato Hairs Are Not Roots… This Is Why.
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Do you have tiny hairs on your tomato stem? Let’s look at the difference between trichomes vs. adventitious roots on tomato plants. What purpose do the tomato hairs plant on the plant? Are these roots in disguise or is there more to this story?

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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up and coming gardeners.


This description or comments section may contain contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social medias are affiliate and I will receive compensation. 

#gardeningincanada #canadiangardener #soilscience 



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May 18, 2022
Fluval Stratum For Houseplants. The Future Of Semi Hydro?
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The newest houseplant craze is using Fluval stratum with our houseplants in a semi hydroponic setup. Is Fluval stratum for indoor plants worth all the fuss? Let’s take a look at how the Fluval stratum stands up against other semi hydroponic houseplant systems.

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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up and coming gardeners.


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May 11, 2022
Bokashi Vs. Trench Composting. Which Is The Best Option For You?
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Have you been thinking about starting A compost. Compost in Canada is an extreme sport. However Bokashi and trench composting are two examples of Canadian approved compost methods. Both of these forms of composting may seem similar however there are differences. We will be looking at how to bokashi compost and trench compost for your garden.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

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May 04, 2022
Bone & Blood Meal For Your Plants Is It Worth It? For Houseplants It Maybe The Answer…
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Have you ever thought of using bud or bonemeal on your plants. Let’s look at the science behind using bone or blood meal with your plants either indoors or outside. Or indoor plants I would recommend using bone or bloodmeal if you were able to keep your soil moist. However for gardeners it may not be that best idea to us blood and bone product. This is even more so if you are using micro such as mycelium fungi.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

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Apr 27, 2022
Insect Fras Is The New Plant Pest Prevention. The Plant Vaccine Of The Future.
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Insect fras is the future of plant pest protection. The use of kitten in our plant soil can help prevent against disease and potential predatory pets. This is done through an auto immune response due to the presence of chitin in the soil near the roots.

Insect Frass is becoming more popular as a soil additive. But there seems to be a few misconceptions when it comes to using insect meal and our plants. Insect Frass Can be used for both Houseplants and outdoor plants. It’s important to remember that while insect fras supplies some nutrients it’s main purpose is pest control. Insect Frass or insect meal Is incredibly effective at protecting plants from potential pest infestation’s. This is done you’re acting similar to a immune response. Discard in Canada video go through exactly what insect Frass should be used for when it comes to Houseplants and outdoor plants


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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up and coming gardeners.


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Apr 20, 2022
Seed Starting By The Moon Phases. Does It Really Work?
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Seed Staring using the moon phases. Does the moon phase and seed starting really matter? Let’s look at home the moon effects our plants and seeds if at all.

First-quarter moon cycle (new moon to half full) – Things that are leafy, like lettuce, cabbage, and spinach, should be planted. 

Second-quarter moon cycle (half full to full moon) – Planting time for things that have seeds inside, like tomatoes, beans, and peppers. 

Third-quarter moon cycle (full moon to half full) – Things that grow underground or plants that are perennials, like potatoes, garlic, and raspberries, can be planted. 

Fourth-quarter moon cycle (half full to new moon) – Do not plant. Weed, mow, and kill pests instead.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation. 



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Apr 18, 2022
What is the nutrient break down of vermicompost? Does vermicast have anti microbial attributes?
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Have you ever wondered what exactly the nutrient profile of Vericompost is? Or maybe you’re wondering whether or not the truth about it being anti-microbial is true. Discard in Canada video is going to look at exactly what is in worm castings, also known as Vericompost. It seems to be the hot new thing to add to your garden. But will be discovering whether or not it’s worth the price using science and recent literature.


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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up and coming gardeners.


This description or comments section may contain contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social medias are affiliate and I will receive compensation. 

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Mar 30, 2022
Using Kombucha Scoby To Water Plants
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Have you ever wondered if the microbes on a Kombucha Scoby are useful to plants? With all the new microbe products out there you are likely wondering what at-home microbe mixes you can grow. Kombucha Scoby is a soil microbe mixture that can be made at home. You can either compost the kombucha SCOBY or choose to water plants with it suspended in water. 


There are potentially some valuable microbes within a Kombucha Scoby that can help plants both indoors and outside.


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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up and coming gardeners.


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Mar 23, 2022
Lomi & Electric Composting. What Is The Byproduct?
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Lomi & Electric Composting. What Is The Byproduct?

This gardening in canada podcast looks at leaf shine for houseplants. We break down whether or not leaf shine is worth the risk. We also will look at all houseplant leaf shines you can make from home to determine whether or not it is worth it.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation. 





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Mar 17, 2022
Glyphosate & Garden Soil: What Does The Science Say.
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Are you worried about glyphosate lingering in your garden soil? Maybe you recently purchased a home and are concerned about the soil history. Or maybe you are moving from conventional to organic and are worried about your past use of round up. This gardening in Canada article is going to look at glyphosate and garden soil. 

Glyphosate is round up. Round up as a product that is typically used as a broad leaf herbicide. It is meant for killing plants that are not genetically modified to withstand glyphosate being used. But the question becomes how long does it survive in our soil.

The first place I looked was scientific literature and the journal entry I thought spoke the most relevant to gardeners was done by the university of Cambridge. This study took glyphosate and looked at its effects on soil microbiology. It’s jorkin to consideration the depth in which the pesticide penetrated and the potential application strength. 

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation. 



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Mar 09, 2022
Sterilization For Seed Starting. Do You Need To Sterilize Seed Starting Setups.
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Have you ever wondered about the mould that grows on your seed starting set ups. Do you ever wonder if this may be due to the fact that you did not sterilize your seed starting set up properly. Or maybe you’re concerned the mould will eventually harm your seedlings or seeds. This gardening in Canada podcast episode is going to look at whether or not sterilizing your soil and seed set up will help.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation. 




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Mar 02, 2022
Carbon Sequestration With Our Soil While Gardening. How To Collect Carbon Credits.
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This gardening in Canada podcast episode is going to be looking at carbon sequestration. Our soil in our garden is capable of sequestrating large volumes of carbon. This is done through microbes and through our plants via photosynthesis. Some cells are better at capturing carbon than others. The truth is that healthy soil is the best soil for capturing carbon. We will be looking at how we can use our gardens to help combat climate change and rising CO2.


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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation. 







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Feb 24, 2022
Liqui Dirt Review. What Science Says About Liqui Dirt
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This gardening in canada Podcast looks at Liqui dirt. Is this product worth it? Does it actually fertilize the plants? And so much more.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation



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Feb 16, 2022
How To Properly Fertilize Semi Hydroponic Houseplants
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This Gurnee Canada podcast is going to look at how to fertilize plants grown and semi hydroponic conditions. One growing semi hydroponically with houseplants one of the main issues is the pH of our solution. Our tapwater is generally not a 6.5. However a pH of 6.5 is ideal for house plant growth. This is why when we fertilize we should also be testing the pH of our solution being added. We should also adjust that pH accordingly based on the pH requirements. If you want to grab the free printable on how to water hydroponically grown house plants check out the garden in Canada website.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

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Feb 09, 2022
How To Grow Luffa & Eucalyptus In Canada
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Have you ever wondered how to grow loofas or eucalyptus in Canada. This girl in Canada podcast is going to look at how to grow exotic plants in cold climates. Will be looking at all the necessary measures you may need to take to grow things such as exotic plants in the garden outside. I’ll be looking at when to start the seeds, when to transplant them outside, and some other precautions you may need to take throughout the growing season.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

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Feb 02, 2022
What Is Seed Scarification? Why Do We Need To Scar Seeds?
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Have you ever wondered why some seed packet to see scarification. It comes down to what the seed needs to germinate. Without scarification some seeds are unable to receive the water it needs to germinate. This gardening Canada podcast is going to look at exactly what scarification it and also what the sister word vernalization means.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation. 





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Jan 26, 2022
Is It Safe To Grow Edible Plants In Plastic Containers? Is Start Seeds In Plastic Safe
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Have you ever wondered whether or not plastic is safe to grow plants in. In particular have you ever wondered if growing edible plants and plastic containers is safe. With a lot of our seed starting equipment being made of plastic and the rise of container gardening. It makes sense that we’re asking the question whether or not plastic is safe growing. This garden Canada podcast looks at how safe plastic is. We look at how much is launched into the actual soil and how much is taken out by the plant. The truth is that only certain types of plastic should be used to grow plants in. We will be looking at the four excepted plastic containers. There are three types of plastic out there that are considered very dangerous to grow it.


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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation. 





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Jan 20, 2022
Calcium For Plants. Is Calcium Really Deficient In Your Soil?
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This gardening in canada podcast looks at leaf shine for houseplants. We break down whether or not leaf shine is worth the risk. We also will look at all houseplant leaf shines you can make from home to determine whether or not it is worth it.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation



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Jan 13, 2022
Why Plants Need Copper & How To Detect A Copper Deficency
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This gardening in Canada podcast looks at me 17 essential plant nutrients. This episode in particular looked at the role copper plays in plant health

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation



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Jan 06, 2022
Chlorine Is An Essential Plant Nutrient?! Episode 2 of The Plantmas Marathon!
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Chlorine is an ESSENTIAL plant nutrient. This means chlorine does need to be present in our soil in order for our plants to survive. Well chlorine is a micro nutrient it does help with the regulation of stomata and ultimately respiration. This means that the plant relies on Chlorine in order to photosynthesize.


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At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up and coming gardeners.


This description or comments section may contain contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social medias are affiliate and I will receive compensation. 

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Dec 23, 2021
How Nitrogen Works With Plants & Why Balance Is Key. 17 Days Of Essential Plant Nutrients.
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Have you ever wondered why nitrogen is so essential to plants. Well this gardening Canada video looks at exactly how nitrogen works with plants. We go through what forms of nitrogen a plant needs to grow. How nitrogen has lost from a soil system. And even have nitrogen can affect Houseplants and they’re small little ecosystem. I will give you tips and tricks on how to manage nitrogen within your soil whether you are a gardener, or house plant person we will find a solution.


This video is a part of the gardening/house plant Vlogmas serious. We will be doing 17 days of essential plant nutrients leading up to the Christmas season. This will hopefully give you a lot of content to watch on your days off.


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 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

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Dec 23, 2021
How To Fertilize Houseplants Without Burning. The Most Effect Way To Water Indoor Plants
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Two bizarre ways of testing how deficient your soil is of nutrientS

Have you ever wondered if you’re houseplant potting soil is nutrient deficient? well you’re not alone and in this article we are going to be taking a soil scientist recommendation on how to test.

As a scientist I am always going to advocate you go to a lab for your soil testing. But when you have a ton of houseplants in each container it has a different value for nutrients that can get a little bit pricey. Sure you can get those testable options from the store. But in reality those also are expensive and not always that accurate.

This gardening in Canada podcast is going to give you two unique ways to test how much nutrients you have present in your house plant soil. If you miss the article on whether or not to fertilize during the winter months be sure to check that out. The answer may surprise you.


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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

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Dec 15, 2021
Fertilizing House Plants In The Winter. Do Houseplants Go Dormant?
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Fertilizing House Plants During The Winter Months?


If you were an indoor plant grower you are most likely wondering if you should fertilize during the winter months. The truth is that it is a little bit more complicated than just a simple yes or no answer. As a soil scientist, I promise to bring you the best answer along with a printable worksheet which you can use to determine whether or not your plants need to be fertilized.

Being in cold climates means plants can slow down in growth. But do you fertilize during times or dormancy?

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation. 




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Dec 08, 2021
Why Your Neem Oil Doesn’t Work For Your Plants Anymore
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Have you ever wondered whether or not Neem oil actually works for a Plant Pesticide. You may have noticed after using neem that the past still remain. This blog post looks at exactly why neem is not a useful Pesticide. As well as Wyatt may not be working for you in your house plant collection.

 

If you are new to this blog my name is Ashley and I am a soil scientist. I am located in a Canadian Zone 3 and a USDA Zone 4. I write articles, make YouTube videos, Instagram & Facebook posts all designed for Canadians and Cold Climate gardeners using science-based methods. If you are looking for anything specific be sure to let me know in the comments down below.


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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up and coming gardeners.


This description or comments section may contain contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social medias are affiliate and I will receive compensation. 

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Dec 01, 2021
Hydrogen Peroxide For Plants. Should you add Hydrogen Peroxide to your soil?!
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Have you ever wondered about using hydrogen peroxide on your plants? But more specifically did you know there’s a difference between hydrogen peroxide that is food grade and regular hydrogen peroxide being used on your plants. The starting in Canada article is going to look at exactly what you should be using on your plants to prevent any unnecessary issues. 


The short answer to whether or not you should use food grade hydrogen Prock side or regular hydrogen peroxide on your plants is yes. Food grade hydrogen peroxide is a better choice.


Now let’s get into a bit of the science as to why you should choose food grade hydrogen peroxide over regular medical grade hydrogen peroxide. I’m also going to include a printable document that you can place inside of your house plant or garden planner.


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Ashley is a soil scientist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 

Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up and coming gardeners.


This description or comments section may contain contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social medias are affiliate and I will receive compensation. 

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Nov 24, 2021
Leaf Shine For Houseplants. What is in the stuff and is it really harmful?
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This gardening in canada podcast looks at leaf shine for houseplants. We break down whether or not leaf shine is worth the risk. We also will look at all houseplant leaf shines you can make from home to determine whether or not it is worth it.

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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your own garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.

This description or comments section may contain link to affiliate websites. I receive a commission for any purchases made by you on the affiliate website using such a link. This includes the gardening in Canada website. You should assume all links both on the gardening in canada YouTube, Blog, and all other social media are affiliates and I will receive compensation.





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Nov 14, 2021
The Canadian Victory Garden
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This gardening Canada podcast looks at victory gardens in Canada. This is a special remembrance Day episode where we look at how Canadian gardeners helped with the war efforts. It was not all fun and games for Canadian gardeners and actually, gardening was frowned against because it took away from the war effort.


The victory gardens in Canada began around 1943. They were able to bridge the gap between city folk and farmer. Building almost a camaraderie between all Canadians from different walks of life. The victory garden also helped the Canadian government reduce malnutrition coast to coast.


The average Canadian Gardner in 1943 what is your modern-day badass. That’s a group of people who were known for protesting and standing up for their hobby. In this Gardening In Canada podcast, we go through all these details with a Canadian spin.


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Ashley is an agronomist who has had a passion for plants since she was a small child. In the long summers as a child, she would garden alongside her grandmother and it was then that she realized her love for greenery. With years of great studying, Ashley had begun her post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.


 At first, her second love, animals, was the career path she chose but while doing her undergrad she realized that her education would take her elsewhere. And with that, four years later she graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a bachelor’s degree in science and a major in Soil Science. 


Some of Ashley’s interests are YouTube, in which she posts informative videos about plants and gardening. The focus of Ashley’s YouTube channel is to bring science to gardening in a way that is informative but also helpful to others learning to garden. She also talks about the importance of having your garden and the joys of gardening indoors. Ashley continues to study plants in her free time and hopes to expand her YouTube channel as well as her reach to up-and-coming gardeners.




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Nov 10, 2021
Leaf Cutter Bees For Increasing Garden Yields
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The Leaf cutter are new up-and-coming pollinator that is used for the garden.These little critters are considered super pollinators because they are able to carry more pollen on their bodies which ultimately results in higher yields in our gardens. Due to the huge benefits I can see it leaf cutter is taking off like wildflower with the increases interest for gardening in Canada. In this podcast we explore exactly what it takes to keep leaf cutter bees and why they are so valuable to a small sized garners all the way to large size farmers. For more on the curb use be sure to check out my YouTube channel gardening in Canada or check out my blog at gardeningincanada.net

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Mar 09, 2021
How to start gardening in cold climates
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This is episode one and is most definitely a test episode for everyone to get a taste of what gardening in Canada podcast will look like. Be sure to find me on YouTube at Gardening in Canada as well as find me at my website gardeningincanada.net

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Mar 05, 2021
Gardening In Canada (Trailer)
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Feb 27, 2021