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Ashtabula Grows! - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Wayman
19:51
Ed/ Betsy- I don't know of the pick your own places but there are a few farms that are selling strawberries now. I'll look into the pick your own question as well as the cherry question this week and will email you.
Eva M
20:04
slide show is not displaying on my end
Hana ElSafoury
20:33
not on mine either!
Ed/betsy
20:41
ours either
TamiG
21:34
I see screen, but no slide show
Dee Dee
21:36
I can see it
Sandy Miller
21:36
I can see it
Liz
21:45
I think he needs to hit present
Catherine Schmidt
21:49
see it, not advancing
Ed/betsy
21:49
no slide show
Rose D
21:55
I can see it's really small
Hana ElSafoury
22:26
you need to make sure your screen sharing is for the full screen!
Barbara Gubanyar
29:56
What causes the heat and how can you control it -e.g. make it hotter?
Ed/betsy
30:23
should it be in an enclosed container?
Mardy Townsend
35:07
not in an enclosed container - compost needs air
TamiG
35:25
Is there a certain "type" of thermometer you recommend for composting?
Mardy Townsend
35:46
there are compost thermometers
Eva M
38:50
do you have to turn the pile? i started a pile last month but haven't turned it at all...also how many months does it take to break down so i can use it for planting? thanks!
Barbara Gubanyar
39:47
Mine's been sitting a year. I'm scared to turn it , concerned with living things in there.
Catherine Schmidt
41:37
can a starter be the bacteria that they sell for septic tanks?
Sandy Miller
42:42
Recommendations for winter? How to hold it over or keep it going
Gallo T
43:17
get leaves from neighbors! they will love you!
Sandy Miller
49:50
How nutrient rich is Vermiculture soil?
Sandy Miller
53:43
No Asian jumping worms!! So invasive!
Eva M
53:49
can i leave worm bin in my basement during the winter?
Eva M
54:43
during winter can bin stay outside?
TamiG
55:07
How to harvest soil without grabbing handfuls of worms?
Sandy Miller
55:41
Do not buy Amynthas worms for composting, vermicomposting, gardening or bait.
Sandy Miller
58:05
So if you had a choice would you do compost or vermiculture?
Eva M
59:09
generally speaking, how long does it take for compost pile to be ready?
juju
59:41
does worm composting smell?
Barbara Gubanyar
01:00:59
Back to - do you have to turn the pile?
juju
01:01:26
thank you for the sniff test!
Sandy Miller
01:02:06
I had toads hibernating this year
Mardy Townsend
01:02:14
more likely to have rhodents in a compost pile
Cheryl
01:03:18
How much of the worm compost do you use for to fertilize, for example, a square foot of garden?
Sandy Miller
01:03:42
Saw a great tip by Helen Nearing. She sunk perforated pipes (5) in her compost pile to help aerate the pile without flipping the pile
Liz
01:04:39
thanks for the info about landfills, G. I had no idea. I thought food just broke down in them.
Eva M
01:08:59
yes
Hana ElSafoury
01:09:14
yes!!
Ed/betsy
01:09:21
have to leave. see you next week