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Episode-2152- Food Production on Small Properties — 16 Comments

  1. I always have a hard time with your website.  There are videos and links and advertising and content everywhere but where is the CLICK HERE or PLAY PODCAST button?  Seems to me if that is primary the purpose then you’d put access up front and and center.  Would love to listen to a podcast sometime if I could only figure out how!

    • I don’t even know what to say there is a play button, a down load link and a play in pop up link in every entry for an episode. You are the first person in 9.5 years to say they can’t figure out how to play an episode.

      • Just a heads up for Nicole – Play Now and Play in Pop Up do not work on my phone. I don’t see the old “play button” either but not sure if that is a design change. Running the latest version of Android using Chrome browser. The download link worked, though.

        • Today the play now nor play in popup work on my android phone, sometimes awkward before, today impossible

        • Download link works on android phone, do not have to download, gives me a workable Google play music option

  2. Right click the download and select “save as” from the context menu.  Playing doesn’t work for me with poor internet in E. Africa or SW Asia for instance; but this save as process in other words downloading and listening offline is reliable.

  3. “Where am I??”
    “Boom, you’re inside a chicken bitch, that’s where you are!”
    Hahaha, classic!

    • I didn’t have that planned but the second I said it I realized it was one of those special on air moments.

    • Sitting in waiting room at the dentist and I laughed out loud. I pointed at my phone and said “Jack Spirko, hilarious!… Ah, you wouldn’t get it.”

  4. I loved the segment on blueberries because it just emphasized how one region’s “dead simple” is another region’s pain in the ass. Things like peppers and watermelons and sweet potatoes up here in the maritime Pac NW can be a serious challenge and require lots of extra babying but blueberries I just stick in my naturally acidic soil and they produce loads with hardly any effort from me. Maybe that’s another good lesson for small space gardeners: decide how much you want to bang your head against the wall fighting your natural climate and soil type. I just buy sweet potatoes, maybe in Texas I would just buy my blueberries. 🙂

  5. In regards to your song talk…  about the tide thing ma bobs…    just thought I’d point out that there is a Dead Milkmen song about drinking bleach copyright 1988..  ;]

    I certainly don’t remember being any smarter back then.. lol.  age 43 now…

  6. Thanks for the great episode Jack.  You helped to remind me how lucky I am to be doing alot of what you mentioned, and also motivate me to move into different directions for food.

    I raise Rabbits and Chickens.  I have to say to any of you out there that are considering raising them… Don’t name your animals!

    It makes it much harder to graduate them to the cooking pot.