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St. John's
45:50
please enter your questions into the chat function so that we will be ready for the Q and A. thank you!
Louise Perez
48:31
Why is the Eastern US more vulnerable to invasive species than other regions?
Laura
01:03:38
Could speaker please repeat the name of the favorite plant she mentioned before photo of honey bee?
Laura
01:21:07
Thank you!
St. John's
01:21:26
Aqueligia canadesis Columbine
Luz Lara
01:30:34
Where to get those panfletos?
Luz Lara
01:31:26
Pamphlets?
Pamela Haas
01:37:01
Please repeat questions from audience, so we can hear
LuzLara
01:38:21
Where to get those booklets you are showing during the lecture?
Pamela Haas
01:42:52
Rosedale told me recently they're having trouble getting natives...?
Dominic Schmitt
01:46:56
now cut my own grass. I do not apply fertilizer or weed killer to my lawn. (I want to get rid of it, but my wife won’t let me). The clover is now taking over. I heard that this sends nitrogen back to the soil and I have certainly seen more pollinators this spring on all the clover flowers. Is this all good? Or are there examples of bad clover versus good clover? Should I be afraid of letting the entire lawn turn over to clover?
Pamela Haas
01:52:46
There's a wet environment garden on the tour in Rye next week
Laura
01:53:20
Thank you!