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EVCG 2021 Orientation 4/18/2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Sampson
32:08
The chat is open. Please ask any questions & we’ll stop to answer after each section.
Beth Peterson
39:48
yup
Micah Goldberg
39:51
Woohoo!
James
39:54
Yes , it works
Ladd Lux
39:54
Are all the plots presently spoken for?
Peri Ann Query
39:55
are the gates open now?
Janie
40:43
I was told that I would have number 13 raised garden. Where is it.
Beth Peterson
41:56
Are the numbers visible on each plot?
Beth Peterson
42:56
Can you please put the map screen back up
Ladd Lux
53:17
what is the composition of your compost
Deborah & Jim Bruce
55:15
When can we begin to add soil amendments and get in the dirt.
James
55:27
R we going to talk about the irrigation.
Ladd Lux
55:44
This is Trevor Evas
Beth Peterson
57:11
When you say compost and soil will be available - will it be available after May 15? I won’t be able to plant until the end of May or should I provide my own soil and compost?
Deborah & Jim Bruce
59:45
May we borrow larger tools like shovels?
Deborah & Jim Bruce
01:16:06
Do you have earthworms? May we add them?
Melissa Watkins
01:35:09
any tips on working in your garden once the hail cloth is up?
Peri Ann Query
01:35:09
thank you for explaining about the irrigation knobs
Deborah & Jim Bruce
01:35:26
I volunteer to paint. What is the size of the plots
Melissa Watkins
01:36:13
okay thanks!
Peri Ann Query
01:36:39
I'm so sorry, I've got to go. I am willing to help cut cloth, do wheel barrow stuff. etc.
Deborah & Jim Bruce
01:37:04
Just Deb for paint. JIm on the shovel.
debbie e
01:37:48
Suggestion: when you cut the hailcloth, cut it just slightly longer than 10 feet so there is enough lapover on the length to attach to the frame. at each end.
debbie e
01:39:13
My hailcloth is hanging on by it's teeth
Melissa Watkins
01:45:05
I can cut cloth or shovel dirt into the boxes.