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NOFA-NH Vegetable Garden Planning Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Nikki Kolb
33:09
Hi Everyone! I'm Nikki Kolb, NOFA-NH's Operations Manager. We have a packed webinar tonight. For our newcomers - we will have a Q & A with Ron at 7:45. Please write your questions to everyone in the chat box. I will read them out to Ron. All participants are on mute. Thanks for being here!
Amy Manzelli
34:09
What if you have a fruit tree with a low obstruction and the bottom half doesn’t get enough sun?
Aimee & Eli, NH, USA
45:03
When should I start seeding in southern NH (Seacoast)?
Stacie
47:35
Do you know anyone still accepting soil tests? Cooperative extension is not. If not, is there a way to test certain things ourselves?
Suzie-Lenovo
50:26
On the How much to grow slide, is that list on a per person basis?
Maureen Quinn
01:00:48
What are your best recommendations for weed control? I have been using black plastic mulch for several years, but would love to get rid of plastic from my gardening.
Natalia Marder
01:01:28
Ron, would you please show slide with your schedule again?
Amanda Mandella
01:06:09
wide awake! :)
Emile
01:06:51
thanks for the talk
laura
01:07:08
i missed the beginning of the meeting bc i just got the email. is it possible to get a copy of the slides for personal review? thanks.
laura
01:08:09
or is it possible this was recorded?
James
01:08:09
we have a cherry tree that the birds and squirrels and chipmunks completely decimate. WE have tried net and pepper spray, without success. should I wrap the cherries once the flower falls with plastic wrap? Have you heard of this? thans Ron
Megan Smith
01:08:15
We only have a small space and grow tomatoes in basically the same place each year. What can we do to reduce disease each subsequent year?
daniellemolleur
01:08:18
What do you think about planting closer together, what I have heard is “square foot gardening” for smaller gardens. I have raised beds and have read that it keeps weeds down and shades the roots to retain moisture.
Sandra
01:08:33
I missed the beginning. Is there information about the wicking method for watering?
Beth
01:09:05
My husband just filled my greenhouse raised beds with wet clumpy soil from our old hoophouse site. Is there anything I can do to improve it?
Joanne Carmody
01:09:23
U Maine did mine.
Laura Marie
01:09:32
I second Sandra’s question. I want to try wick irrigation on my plot this summer. Any recommendations for the best elements to use. Specific rope or water basin type?
Natalia Marder
01:09:43
what kind of rope do you use in your wick irrigation system? also the water reservoirs
Stacie
01:10:20
Thank you - just checked and U Maine is still accepting soil tests admid covid
Chris
01:10:22
who sells honey nut butternut seeds¿
Amy
01:11:16
Could you repeat why the north-south bed orientation is desirable?
Joan O'Connor
01:12:37
Thanks Ron. We look forward to a garden tour at your new farm!. A good example for a first time gardener...
laura
01:13:37
thank you thank you thank you
Lyn’s IPad Pro
01:18:07
I have a few wild blueberry bushes in my yard. What do I cover them with before the animals get them..chipmunks, squirrels...
Beth
01:19:59
Thank you Ron & Nikki! Great info and I appreciate the answer to my question!
Nancy Lockhart
01:20:44
Thank you Ron and Nikki!
Maureen Quinn
01:21:29
Thank you, Ron and Nikki- very nice job!!
Amy
01:21:33
Thanks!
Marta
01:21:34
Thank you Ron and Nikki... from a prior neighbor on Rocky Pond Rd.
daniellemolleur
01:21:53
So helpful, thank you.
Allison Romero
01:22:03
thank you for this, great presentation!
Erika MacDonald
01:22:10
Thank you!
richmasta
01:22:26
barn cat!
Betty
01:22:35
Thank You Ron and Nikki...very helpful information.
Nikki Kolb
01:22:40
Thank you again for joining us tonight! If you liked this webinar and are interested to supporting NOFA-NH we invite you to become a member or make a donation at www.nofanh.org/membership and www.nofanh.org/donate
Lyn’s IPad Pro
01:22:46
thank you
Nancy
01:23:01
Thank you very much!
Valda Zoom
01:23:06
Thank you!
Jenn
01:23:10
Thank you!
Dawn Lavallee
01:23:16
Thank you!!
Lyn’s IPad Pro
01:23:17
you too
Amy
01:23:21
Thank you so much!
admin
01:23:26
Thanks