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Craig Castree's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Peter
17:33
Hi everyone !
Evelyn
17:55
so excited!
Talia Pumpa
24:01
Hi all :)
Evelyn
24:55
I really appreciate the.idea.of.mixing garden beds and food Forrest...it's not.either/or but both. it's really helpful
Melissa
34:50
A question for the end thanks... I would like to eventually buy a hothouse. What are your thoughts on effectiveness? Do the same growing principles apply? What are the gotchas?!
Jeanine Holtmann
41:17
Do you have Edible Gardens as an ebook? I'd love to send a copy to my parents and in-laws in South Africa
Evelyn
47:25
What a simple effective challenge to have a go at!
bsala
56:50
Sugar cane mulch comes a long way to get here.
Jackie J
58:20
How ‘aged’ does wood mulch need to be so that it doesn’t leach nitrogen from the soil. 1month vs 6mths of age? Or older?
Melissa
01:13:30
You mentioned we should put fertiliser in between plants to feed the soil, should I also be regularly watering inbetween plants to nurture the soil?
Jeanine Holtmann
01:13:47
Sorry. I'm having some network issues. I think I missed the answer to my question about ebooks?
Fran Montes - GPSC
01:14:51
Craig doesn't have the Edible Gardens book as an ebook
Jeanine Holtmann
01:15:22
ok. Thank you 😊
Peter
01:16:21
Thanks for the session.\Very informative.
Halleshia
01:16:33
Wonderful work! I have completely changed my way of growing and my garden is looking great!!
Margaret Leviston
01:17:07
thanks for the session, love the information.
Yulia Onsman
01:17:08
Thanks very much Craig, another great session.
Evelyn
01:17:22
I love that your tip are practical, easy and cheap
Jeanine Holtmann
01:18:02
Thank you so much!
Melissa
01:18:18
Thankyou for the series, fantastic information.
Peter
01:19:29
Sounds amazing
Evelyn
01:19:33
I cannot get over how filling eating fresh simple cheap home grown food is. less on the plate and much less snacking!
Margaret Leviston
01:20:44
I hope so to
Peter
01:20:47
See you next week