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Craig Castree's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Fran Montes - GPSC
20:31
Hi everyone! please feel free to pop your questions here. we'll go through them at the end.
Evelyn-Illabarook
24:10
That was a great pun...stop treating it like dirt. lol
Jessica
34:56
I am experiencing some technical issues, so hope to be able to catch the recording at a later date. Thank you Craig and Fran
Jeanine Holtmann
38:42
Are the compost bins that you can turn good? I see you have layers but those would disturb the layers. Is that a bad thing?
Jeanine Holtmann
49:00
Is there such a thing as a moisture metre?
Jeanine Holtmann
51:52
😅
Evelyn-Illabarook
01:05:20
I love my worm farm...its my septic system
Jeanine Holtmann
01:07:16
which of these has info on composting and worm farming?
Jo
01:07:29
thank you. had no luck with worm farms but wanting success
Peter
01:07:58
Just finished reading Edible Gardens A Practical Guide.
Peter
01:08:05
A great read
Jo
01:10:20
had power outages here
Margaret Leviston
01:11:09
can you tell me what the black grit is for again please. I missed that bit
Rachael Heffer
01:11:42
Are soils that are slightly acid generally better for natives than alkaline soils?
Jo
01:12:33
is there any way to improve clay soil, aside from organic matter every year
Nathan
01:12:39
should we feed fruit with trace elements (or specific fertilizer) even when not showing visible signs of stress? should this be a routine task?
Peter
01:12:49
Can also recommend Munash Rock Dust for soil conditioning
Margaret Leviston
01:13:08
Thank you. Is the black grit like rock dust?
Jo
01:14:52
is there any way to unlock the nutrition in heavy clay soil? lots of clay and rock here
bsala
01:16:25
sugar cane mulch has a lot of miles to get here!
Jo
01:16:33
have 4 acres of clay to improve 😅
Jo
01:17:59
awesome thank you. was giving up hope. only planted natives so far
Evelyn-Illabarook
01:19:14
what is a good fertiliser?
Jo
01:19:28
we planted our fruit trees in the chook yard.
Evelyn-Illabarook
01:20:14
Is using home grown animal manure better than a bought fert?
Evelyn-Illabarook
01:20:50
Very true!
Evelyn-Illabarook
01:24:16
Thank you so much, this has been so amazing and helpful!
Rachael Heffer
01:24:24
Thanks very much!
Jo
01:24:24
thank you
Peter
01:24:47
Great session. thanks again Craig and Francy.
Peter
01:24:51
Cheers
Yulia Onsman
01:24:55
Thank you very much Craig
Evelyn-Illabarook
01:25:03
Thanks for the recordings also
Jeanine Holtmann
01:25:09
Thank you so much, Craig and thanks to Francy for co-hosting!