A New New Posting Schedule for 2011

Posted on Jan 21 2011 - 3:05am by Mike Lieberman

When I came back from my New Year break, I said that I was going to post twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Now that we are a few weeks into the new year, I can’t do it. There are too many things that I’d like to discuss and share with you.

On Monday, I’m starting to post four days a week. I already mentioned sharing seasonal recipes on a monthly basis, but can easily do that on a weekly basis.

So here is what the weekly schedule will look like:

  • Monday: Contests, book and movie reviews and other various topics.
  • Tuesday: Gardening. I’ll share an update on the latest project on my balcony garden or tip to help you grow your own food.
  • Wednesday: I’ll continue to provide my commentary on what’s going on in the food world.
  • Thursday: Seasonal recipe.
  • Are there any other topics that you’d like to see covered? What’s your feedback?

    • Dana B

      Glad to see you will be sharing more! You’re a great voice around the green/gardening/organic circle!

    • Anonymous

      Sounds great!

    • http://guitarlessonswylietexas.com SteveH

      Nice.
      Out of curiosity, What brought you to LA?

    • http://www.UrbanOrganicGardener.com Mike Lieberman

      My girlfriend lives out here.

    • http://www.UrbanOrganicGardener.com Mike Lieberman

      Thanks Mary.

    • http://www.UrbanOrganicGardener.com Mike Lieberman

      Appreciate it.

    • http://agrigirl.wordpress.com Tammy

      I love your blogging schedule. I wish I had more time to do the same. Thanks for what you are doing.

    • http://www.UrbanOrganicGardener.com Mike Lieberman

      Thanks. I’ve been making more time for it.

    • Ashlie H

      Sounds great, I love all the info you share with us! Thanks!!

    • http://www.UrbanOrganicGardener.com Mike Lieberman

      Thanks Ashlie. Is there anything that you’d like to see or see more of. Any questions that you have? What can I do for you?

    • Anthony Michael

      Wow, Mike. Just discovered your blog through a FB link and it looks incredible! Haven’t had a chance to go through and read everything yet but any tips that you can give on handling bugs and insects would be great. Last year I planted kale, collard greens, and spinach but the bugs just destroyed them. Any suggestions for how to discourage the flying critters without using pesticides? Thanks!

    • Anthony Michael

      Wow, Mike. Just discovered your blog through a FB link and it looks incredible! Haven’t had a chance to go through and read everything yet but any tips that you can give on handling bugs and insects would be great. Last year I planted kale, collard greens, and spinach but the bugs just destroyed them. Any suggestions for how to discourage the flying critters without using pesticides? Thanks!

    • http://www.UrbanOrganicGardener.com Mike Lieberman

      Word. One way that should help would be to use row covers to cover the plants to prevent bugs from getting to them.

      You could also use a mixture of water and Dr. Bronner’s soap to spray on the plants. Not harmful and works a bit.

      Do you have a full on garden or just a small space?

    • Junglemn

      anthony michael try planting fleabane its a daisy type flower that is harmful to insects but not to humans they are attracted by sent and killed by sticky substance also have you thought of carnivourous plants like venus flytrap cobralily pitcher plant corpse finger

    • http://www.UrbanOrganicGardener.com Mike Lieberman

      Also check what was said in the comment above you.

    • http://www.UrbanOrganicGardener.com Mike Lieberman

      I’ve been hearing more about the carnivorous plants. Sound so fascinating.