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The Grow Guide is Canada's #1 gardening podcast co-hosted by rookie grower, Maggie Wysocki and master grower, Dave Hanson. Listen in to honest conversations about seasonal gardening topics, including the trials, tribulations and successes of growing in climates where it can feel...kind of impossible. Join the community of fellow Grow Guiders in our Facebook group. Have an idea for a guest or upcoming episode topic? Send us an email — thegrowguidepod@gmail.com
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The green wave appears unstoppable. As jurisdictions around the world embrace cannabis reform, innovators are lining up to create the next big idea. The leaders featured on The GrowerIQ Podcast shape the products and businesses that make headlines. Hosted by serial entrepreneur, Steve Looi, and from GrowerIQ, the world's most advanced seed-to-sale cannabis tracking platform.
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We will be featuring the people that we've met over the years to share their stories, grower knowledge and passion for growing plants. Also, we want to feature our Smart Pot retail dealers and wholesale distributors, who we've partnered with over the years. Episodes will be entertaining, informative and motivational. We want you to always grow your best plant possible. Listening to our "PotCast", you will hear from the leaders of the lawn and garden, as well as the cannabis industries, as th ...
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Green Minds

Cannabis podcast by industry leaders

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Green Mind's mission is to speak with leading experts in the cannabis industry to share knowledge of the health, social, and cultural impacts of the plant.
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Learn about all the amazing health benefits of medicinal mushrooms as well as how to grow mushrooms, cook mushrooms and hunt for mushrooms. Curative Mushrooms is all about helping sad people improve their mental health by growing happy mushrooms at home using a simple All-In-One grow kit without needing any expensive equipment or complicated instructions. Check us out at https://curativemushrooms.com?sl=podcastdes
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Wine Blast with Susie and Peter

Susie and Peter, Masters of Wine

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Wine Blast is a wine podcast with a difference. Susie and Peter are married Masters of Wine and experienced broadcasters who bring wine to life with a smile via interviews with amazing people, provocative chat, food, tips, your questions, gentle bickering and a certain amount of over-sharing. (And yes, they're aware they really need to get out more...) This award-winning, chart-topping pod has been widely featured in international press including The Times, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Sun, Evenin ...
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Grow Street Journal

Grow Street Journal

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Sharing stories & insights about cannabis. The Grow Street Journal Podcast gives a voice to those all over the world, from all walks of life, that believe cannabis should be available as a medicine to all who could benefit from it.
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Learn how to successfully inject a grow bag with a mushroom spore syringe without contamination in this episode of Curative Mushrooms. Oliver shares his four-year journey of trial and error, providing valuable tips and tricks for achieving a 90% success rate. Discover the importance of testing your spore syringe, the proper technique for injecting …
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In our latest installment of The Growing Revolution, we got to speak with Elizabeth Beak, founder of Joy To The Earth Tree Farm, outside of Atlanta, Georgia. She founded this organization in 2022 after hearing of a similar company overseas doing Christmas Tree rentals to local residents. She thought that if they could do it there, she could start o…
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In this latest interview for The Growing Revolution- Smart PotCast, we got to speak again with Ben Owens, who is a cannabis home growing coach and advocate based in Colorado. We spoke with him back in season one, where he was the guest for episode 14, which you can watch here: https://youtu.be/no7k6yy75WY We wanted to get Ben back on to talk about …
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Mushroom cultivation is an intriguing hobby that many enthusiasts are keen to explore. The excitement that comes with growing your own happy mushrooms at home can be dampened by the challenge of contamination. In this expert guide, let's dive into the precise art of contamination-free mushroom cultivation and how embracing simple yet sophisticated …
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How and why is the global wine scene in a bit of a state? Why is wine threatened by weight-loss drugs and smartphones? Does drinking high quality wine make you happier - and does light drinking increase longevity? This is our periodic programme where we catch up on the more intriguing wine news, pondering everything from weighty matters (as above) …
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In this week's installment of The Growing Revolution, we got to speak with Chris Blase of Blase Family Farms. Chris and his wife, Jill, started the blueberry farm in 2011 after coming home from a vacation in East Texas, where the family had a great time at a blueberry farm, picking berries. He thought that it would be a great idea to start one clos…
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The art of mushroom cultivation is evolving, and as Oliver Carlin vividly describes in the recent episode of the Curated Mushrooms podcast, a major hurdle for home growers has just been cleared. "We answered that. We gave you the spawn box, the incubation chamber. Bam. Done," says Oliver. This new "device" he teasingly introduces promises to tackle…
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In this episode, Oliver demonstrates the simplest fruiting methods, including injecting a grow bag, mixing a grow bag, and bringing a bag to fruiting conditions. Its Part 3 of the Happy Mushroom Growers Challenge! Discover how to identify a quality spore syringe, maintain humidity, and achieve successful mushroom growth. Whether you're just startin…
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Welcome back to episode 70 of The Growing Revolution where this week we got to speak with Kyle Durr, Nursery Manager for Casey Trees. He oversees the general production on their farm in Virginia, outside of the Washington DC metro area. Casey Tree was started by Betty Brown Casey, longtime DC resident in 2002. Betty was concerned with the steady de…
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Hi Grow Guiders, we’re back at last and have missed you dearly! To subscribe to our next full-length episode head over to our new Patreon page linked here. The first 100 subscribers will be sent a free pack of organic seeds. You can find the full episode show notes with time stamps on topics discussed here on our website To keep up with Dave and hi…
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There's a new wave of English and Welsh wine producers disrupting the neat and tidy order of the classic UK wine scene. Guerrilla producers - cool kids who aren't afraid to go off-piste and craft dangerous, divisive wines packed full of quirks and kinks. Their attitude? It's better to be naughty than nice. As one winemaker says - he wants to make, …
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Happy Mushroom Growers Challenge Part 2! On this episode of the Curative Mushrooms podcast, Join Oliver Carlin as he guides beginners through the process of growing their own happy mushrooms at home with week 2 of the Happy Mushroom Growers challenge. Oliver demonstrates the simplest methods for injecting a grow bag, mixing a grow bag, and bringing…
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This week on The Growing Revolution, we spoke with Rick Jones who invented the Square Farmer saucer. His innovation solves two problems; its square design allows for less wasted space when multiple plants are in a given space such as a grow tent, and it raises the plant's container (hopefully a Smart Pot) out of any standing water from irrigation r…
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Learn how to grow happy mushrooms with the 30-day challenge! Mushrooms hold a treasure trove of medicinal properties and culinary delights, but the journey from spore to plate is often shrouded in mystery. Today Oliver demystifies this journey, providing invaluable insights for aspiring mycologists and culinary enthusiasts alike. In his podcast, Ca…
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In episode 68 of The Growing Revolution, we spoke with Kayla, who goes by Prosperous Living on social media. She is a stay at home mother of 5 kids in the Homosassa area of Florida (north of Tampa). She hasn't been gardening for a very long time, but since she's been at it, she's been very aggressive with expanding her garden and for working as an …
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In this episode of The Growing Revolution, we recorded live from the MANTS (Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show) expo in Baltimore, Maryland. We got to speak with Andy Mallory, VP of Vendor Operations for the Master Nursery Garden Center Group. Master Nursery is a buying co-op organization that links up their member retail store with manufacturers like…
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Mushrooms have long been revered for their medicinal properties, supplying a plethora of health benefits that range from boosting the immune system to potential cognitive enhancements. But for aspiring mycologists and health enthusiasts alike, there lies the insurmountable challenge of correctly identifying, growing, and utilizing these powerful fu…
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Not many wines ascend to the status of 'icon'. But Sassicaia is one of them. The beauty is that it's not a flashy wine - quite the opposite ('old school' might be a more appropriate description). What's more, its ascent to the wine stratosphere is largely accidental - this scented, elegant Bordeaux blend from Bolgheri in coastal Tuscany was only ev…
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This latest episode of The Growing Revolution, was a real treat to record. Our guest, Ryan Cook is a former Army Serviceman who enlisted at 17, served in 2 stints in Iraq before being medically discharged. He is born and raised in the mountains of West Virginia which is also where he currently resides. Seeking a new passion after his service in the…
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To cultivate mushrooms successfully, one must start with the right supplies—sterilized grow bags and pure genetics. Oliver emphasizes the necessity of verifying your grow bag's quality by observing it over several days. In this episode of the Curative Mushroom podcast, we discuss the most important step in growing your own mushrooms at home: inject…
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So the big question is this, with over 10,000 different species of mushrooms, how do people who want to benefit from their various medicinal properties accurately identify them in the wild, grow them at home, or make them taste delicious without having to reach confusing medical reports and possibly eating a poisonous lookalike by mistake? In this …
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In the latest installment of The Growing Revolution, we sat down with Michael Fiore of Smith's Gardentown, which is the premier independent garden center of Wichita Falls, Texas. Smith's Gardentown is a multi-generational family business and the torch is currently being passed from Michael's Mother to him. They focus a ton on classes and education,…
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It's called 'The Grenaissance'. This exhilarating revival of the grape variety known as Garnacha in Spain and Grenache in France, once the world's fourth most widely planted wine grape, which has gone from workhorse to show pony in the blink of an eye. How come? What's changed? Who's leading the charge and fuelling the new wave? And what's this we …
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Today Oliver Carlin launches Season Three of the Curative Mushrooms podcast centered on home mushroom cultivation ease. Expressing optimism about mushrooms' versatile healing potential, Oliver underscores their effectiveness in alleviating various conditions. Oliver shares some personal stories emphasizing their impact on mental health issues, addi…
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We are back with Season 3 of The Growing Revolution and our guest is a huge fan of Smart Pot growing containers, Trevor Johnson, of Alldredge Gardens in Midland, Texas. Trevor is the lead grower for this nursery, which is an oasis of green, in West Texas. Trevor has been with Alldredge Gardens for a while, but for a short stint, he was an employee …
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From big brand to fine wine - it's no exaggeration to say that grower champagne has changed the notion of what champagne can and should be. Pioneers like Francis Egly of iconic grower champagne Egly-Ouriet have invested huge amounts of time and money prioritising their vineyards, relentlessly focusing on quality and terroir expression in their wine…
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Light strike is probably the biggest wine fault you've never heard of. Bigger than cork, bigger than oxidation or anything else. That pretty-looking bottle of rosé perched on the bright supermarket shelf in a clear glass bottle? Probably knackered. If it's been exposed to light for a while, it may end up smelling of boiled cabbage, drains, or wet d…
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Deep in the wilds of south-west France there's a vineyard that was planted over 200 years ago with unknown vines that may hold the secret to fighting climate change. Join us as we head (virtually) out to Gascony to peer into the mists of wine history and see what lessons it holds for the future. Olivier Bourdet-Pees of the dynamic Plaimont cooperat…
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So - orange wine. Is it any good? What qualifies a wine to be 'orange'? Does it sell? And who's going to win our argument about one particularly divisive orange wine?! Dive into the controversial, topical and intriguing subject of orange wine with us as we chat with Saša Radikon of iconic orange wine producer Radikon (who gives us an exclusive reve…
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'Please can you do an episode on orange wine?' pleaded listener David. 'It's not just hipster wine! These are some of the finest wines in the world...' How could we resist? Orange wine is topical, misunderstood, controversial... It's also an intriguing story featuring a wine style lost in the mists of time being painstakingly resurrected by a handf…
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Wine. Food. Merriment. And a touch of southern French sun. That just about sums up this episode. We're exploring Occitanie - the sun-kissed southern French region that stretches from the western Rhone through Languedoc and Roussillon into South West France. Taken as a whole, it's the world's largest vineyard and makes around 5% of global wine outpu…
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Our Wines of the Year format has grown into this riotous, rollicking rollercoaster of a show which we humbly offer up for your amusement and delectation. This is no shopping list. Nor is it a chest-beating exercise in showing off how #wineblessed we are. This episode is the story of a year in wine: a celebration of special bottles and special times…
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Odessa Black. It's the name of a (Ukranian) grape variety. But it could almost be code for the desperate times the people of Ukraine are living through. In this episode, we explore the history and current context of Ukraine, hearing first-hand insights from Tania Olevska of the Ukrainian Wine Company and Svitlana Tsybak of the Beykush winery. Despi…
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Languedoc is a wine region on the move. Sure, it's a huge region with plenty of history, some of it troubled. But there are things happening in Languedoc wine now that are innovative, surprising, intriguing and...well, delicious. In short, it's well worthy of our attention. In this episode, sponsored by AOP Languedoc, we chat to writers Rupert Mill…
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Step into the world of psychedelics and community-building with this immersive episode hosted by Oliver Carlin... In today's deep dive, he engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Patrick Moher, the forward-thinking president of Microdose. Together, they unravel the intricate dynamics of creating and nurturing communities in the psychedelic…
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We're going full-on Moses mode in this episode, nailing down the ten wines you should always have at home. Of course, personal taste plays a part. You want to have wines to hand you're going to reach for - which means your favourite styles. But beyond that, it helps to have some expert insight into the bigger picture in order to always have delicio…
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English sparkling wine. We all know it's good. But how well does it age? And could this be the secret to unlocking even greater quality from what are already exciting wines? We do our best to answer these questions and more with the help of several large glasses of very fine mature English fizz - and top winemakers Cherie Spriggs and Brad Greatrix …
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It's a wine region variously described as, 'dynamic', whose wines are undergoing a quality 'revolution', and memorably compared to South Africa's uber-cool Swartland. It's also got a big old mountain on its picture postcard. Not to mention truffles galore. This is Ventoux. And we want to take you on a journey of discovery, to meet the people, explo…
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Kyle Garrone from Far West Fungi is join Oliver on the Curative Mushrooms podcast to talk about growing mushrooms for business... If you are interested in learning more about growing edible mushrooms and making money doing it... Then you will wan to listen to this episode now... The Garrone family is passionate about edible fungi... For more than 3…
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In this episode Clayton Farris joins Oliver on the Curative Mushrooms podcast to talk about his experience with mushrooms... Clayton is an award winning actor who has been in over 30 movies. Until that last couple years he has never really used any types of 'drugs'... After his 1st experience with mushrooms it completely changed his life and helped…
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What are the wine books every wine lover should own? We thought about it. We argued. We drank some wine. Argued some more... And then we decided: let's go for it. No messing around: choose just the six BEST books every wine lover needs, whether enthusiastic newbie or jaded expert. It wasn't easy. But this is the DEFINITIVE listing. A lot of thought…
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In this episode of the Curative Mushrooms podcast Oliver meets with Gary Heferle who is the founder at Fresh From The Farm Fungi... Gary's background stems from working with genetics and tissue samples in the Cannibas space... About 5 years ago he transitioned over the the Mushroom Growing space where he has sold over 20,000 pounds of mushrooms at …
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This is a tale of deception, daring, disaster...and deliverance. It also features skinny sheep and wine robots. It's the story of Marlborough, the iconic New Zealand wine region which is celebrating its 50th wine birthday, after vines were planted by Frank Yukich in August 1973. Yukich had risked personal financial ruin getting to this point. 'Wine…
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'My wife suggested we make wine. I think in the hope of cutting down our wine bill...' It's classic John Malkovich. The wit as dry as his aged Provençal Pinot Noir rosé (yes, you read that right). In this epic episode, we get to know John Malkovich the famous actor of stage and screen - but also John Malkovich the fashion designer, the theatre dire…
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Andrew Reed from Mossy Creek Mushrooms joined Oliver at Curative Mushrooms in the studio to talk about what it's like to be a full time mushroom farmer...Mossy Creek Mushrooms is a small gourmet mushroom farm located in Jefferson City, near Knoxville, Tennessee...On their mushroom farm they produce hundreds of pounds of gourmet mushroom clusters ea…
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In this episode of the Curative Mushrooms podcast Mark Coleman joins Oliver to talk about how mushrooms have helped him...Mark Coleman is an American retired mixed martial artists, professional wrestler and amateur wrestler....He was the UFC 10 and UFC 11 tournament champion, with the first UFC Heavyweight Champion, the Pride Fighting Championships…
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In this episode Adam Haritan joins Oliver to talk about the amazing world of wild mushrooms you can find in nature...For the past 8 years Adam has been educating millions of people around the world about mushrooms...Specifically for people who are looking to forage them in nature...He has a YouTube with channel with over 515K subscribers and over 3…
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In this episode Paul Karasik, who is the CEO of the Psychedelic Institute, will be joining Oliver to talk about mushrooms...Paul has been involved with various psychedelic communities since the 1960s in California and New York with luminaries like Timothy Leary and Ram Dass. He is working on his 10th book called “Leading the Psychedelic Revolution"…
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This bonus episode may be the last in the current season (4) but it's also a first - the first time we've ever recorded the pod in front of a live audience! A lovely bunch of people came together in our home town of Winchester to drink a glass or two of fine Hampshire fizz and bombard us with searching questions, from which wines we'd recommend for…
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In this episode Ian McCall joins Oliver to talk about how mushrooms can change your life...Ian McCall is a retired MMA fighter champion, and the world’s first psychedelic integration coach for high level sports and performers...Ian is the founder of the McCall Method and was born out of his own relentless personal evolution and dedication to help o…
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