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What’s the best, cheapest way to get the cleanest, highest quality food on Earth? Grow it yourself! Today we chat with Jackie Tarlton about ways to use essential oils to grow food naturally in the backyard garden. Jackie’s passion for gardening began at a young age, relishing the beauty of her grandmother’s flower gardens and her dad’s vegetable gardens. She has been a Master Gardener in Arkansas for more than 13 years. Her love for both organic gardening and natural wellness sparked her interest for using essential oils in the garden. Her book, Essentially Grown: Natural Gardening with Essential Oils, is a culmination of what she has learned about using essential oils in the garden.
Interested in growing a garden but overwhelmed with all the pest and disease challenges gardens can face? Jackie makes it simple to get started with safe, delicious-smelling alternatives to chemical gardening products you’ll find at the box stores…
Resources mentioned in this week’s episode include: Blue tansy essential oil Basil, lavender, peppermint, spearmint, oregano, tea tree, Thieves blend (Young Living: clove, lemon, cinnamon, rosemary, and eucalyptus) Essentially Grown: Natural Gardening with Essential Oils by Jackie Tarlton Jackie Tarlton/Essentially Grown on Facebook Grab tickets for the January, 2020 Live Your Passion Rally in Los Angeles with keynote speakers Samantha Lee Wright, Lucy Libido, and Brandon Barber Submit a Recipe to the DIY Dugout by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org OR by using the Hashtags #diydugout and #revolutionoilspodcast on Instagram.
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