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Grow with Us: We Sow We Grow Fall Growing - Shared screen with speaker view
Advocates for Urban Agriculture
17:08
Feel free to drop your questions /comments !
Cindy Grau
19:53
garlic?
Advocates for Urban Agriculture
20:50
yes garlic! It needs to be planted in October to harvest in July of next the next season
Marjorie Kersten
21:21
Can you speak to how growing on a roof affects fall gardening? I think I started too late in the spring because things started to fry up there, so I’m wondering if roof would extend the fall growing season even more?
Advocates for Urban Agriculture
29:54
essential for fall gardening: patience
Sara Cortes
38:48
Hello! What are you favorite cover crops to use?
Sarah Narrajos
41:23
Can I ask a quick question?
Sara Cortes
41:28
yes, thank you!
Advocates for Urban Agriculture
41:58
Sarah yes go ahead
Lucrecer Braxton
42:56
The horror!
Marjorie Kersten
52:13
What are good places to buy small amounts of compost if we cannot compost on our own?
cristal Alba
54:39
there are also free places to get compost around the suburbs
cristal Alba
54:50
craigslist sometimes lists these
Jeannine (she/her)
55:44
does vermicomposting attract mice in the house?
Emily Cross
56:30
you can get some from healthy soil compost too...they have discounts for community gardens as well
cristal Alba
57:12
plant chicago is hosting a vermicomposting workshop in september :)
Marjorie Kersten
57:13
thanks for the ideas, everyone!
Advocates for Urban Agriculture
58:04
uncle jim's worm farm for worm castings
Josephine Mathias-Porter
01:02:33
Can you DS collards or kale this late in the season? (I have access to row cover)
Josephine Mathias-Porter
01:04:35
thanks!
Lucrecer Braxton
01:08:21
This is so good about garlic
Edith Tovar
01:09:55
Yes!!!!!!
Rose Perez
01:10:24
wish i would have known that in spring (re: raccoons)
Marjorie Kersten
01:10:54
when should you begin using season extenders?
Emily Cross
01:16:35
you gotta promote!!!! how else do people know??
Rose Perez
01:17:12
inDEED. This was quite possibly the best webinar I’ve been to, maybe ever. And I wasn’t even here for the whole thing.
Edith Tovar
01:18:51
Yes, to insect identification!
Edith Tovar
01:19:09
Thank you Thank you!
Jeannine (she/her)
01:19:14
Natasha, this was INCREDIBLY INFORMATIVE. you are an excellent teacher!!!
Marjorie Kersten
01:19:58
I have another call to attend but excellent webinar, Natasha! Thanks AUA for hosting!
Rose Perez
01:19:59
yes, 100% agree. Can’t wait to go to the summit and please do this again!
Emily Cross
01:20:09
thank you!!!
Sarah Narrajos
01:20:11
Thank you so much, it was great!
Cindy Grau
01:20:12
thank you! can't wait to try garlic!!
Irene Claude
01:20:13
Thank you Natasha and AUA!
Edith Tovar
01:20:30
Thanks, Jazmin <3
Rose Perez
01:20:42
thank you! enjoy your day