Had a great time doing my quarterly gardening radio gig on KPBS FM 89.5, Public Radio in San Diego. Host Maureen Cavanaugh is a blast to talk with, and the callers had great questions about tomatoes, how to water, the cool weather, and lots more.
On the radio this morning
By Nan StermanJuly 12, 2010May 10th, 2022One Comment
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I enjoyed your interview from start to finish! You really got my attention when you started talking about the influx of rats. I have the same problem here in the San Fernando Valley. All of the sudden this year the mice and rats are hiding out in the yard. Yuck!