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Fruit and Vegetable Production Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Carol
54:11
Not able to hear speaker
sherrie sitz
56:34
tomatoes, blight
Becky DeLaCruz
56:40
tomato blight
Katie Drewitz
56:42
Agenda: Diseases, SWD, Pollinators
judys
56:44
Tomato blite
Bruce Gilman
57:00
tomatoes, early blight, septoria leaf spot
iPad
57:29
spotted wing drosophila with my fruit bush
Judy
57:34
tomatoes grown in containers.
debscott
57:39
mildew on squash
Mark Rise
57:54
Microphone not working so I'll just use chat for my questions. Root fungus ??? plum,apple trees
Vanessa Van Alstine
57:56
powdery mildew
Senchu Punyamurthula
58:06
this is cosmetic, yet the dreadful Japanese beetle infestation in all my fruit trees.
Tana M Haugen-Brown
58:24
powderry mildew on squash, pumpkins
Jan
58:28
SWD, Apple scab, mildew on squash,
admin
58:34
Hollow spots inside potatoes.
David Jordan
58:35
squash/cucumber stem rot
Judy
58:38
tomatoes grown in containers
admin
59:01
Hollow spots inside potatoes.
Emily Albin
59:04
Having issues with a sour cherry tree that has an open wound on the trunk - fungus?
Carol
59:43
Tomato die off before ripe
Senchu Punyamurthula
01:06:19
how do we protect the seeds? refridgerator or freezer?
Katie Drewitz
01:07:48
We will answers questions at the end of each presentation. Thank you for submitting them.
Vanessa Van Alstine
01:08:05
Is there a possible issue with heat treating seed twice? I ended up treating my tomato seed that I saved myself, got from friends, or got from seed libraries - assuming that these sources had not been treated. I did not treat tomato seed from commercial sources like Johnny’s Selected, Seed Savers Exchange, or Baker Creek. Should I be treating commercial seed as well?
Katie Drewitz
01:09:11
Just a friendly reminder that if your video is on, you may show up in the recording.
HLBeauduy
01:15:05
What if you don't have an extension educator?
Katie Drewitz
01:16:00
You can still reach out to your county Extension office or a neighboring county. We will still help you :)
Karl H
01:29:39
rotation in a small plot; I will not be planting any tomatoes this year, as an example.
Jan
01:35:38
Is landscape cloth as good as plastic mulch?
Judy
01:44:09
buy healthy seeds from reputable seed company
Alyssa Olson
01:44:50
does burning plant material risk disease transmission through air?
Deb
01:46:07
how long are saved seeds viable for?
Mark Rise
01:47:21
Can we have copy of slides?
Sheila Hunter
01:48:22
What is the name of the tool to heat the water and where did you say it could obtained - Massachussets?
Senchu Punyamurthula
01:48:23
will we get the slides as an email attachment?
Judy
01:49:37
Any suggestions with container gardening
Robin W Trott
01:49:48
Some seeds go dormant after the first year, and it is very difficult to get them to break dormancy. Fresh seed is often best.
Senchu Punyamurthula
01:50:05
Thanks Natalie
Sheila Hunter
01:52:30
Are w supposed to see her as she speaks?
Senchu Punyamurthula
01:55:02
MN
Ron Branch
01:55:04
Hopkins
Becky DeLaCruz
01:55:10
Hopkins, mn
iPad
01:55:19
alaska?
Britt Brown
01:55:53
California
Karl H
01:55:57
CA
Deb
01:56:00
Washington
Senchu Punyamurthula
01:56:01
CA
Jan
01:57:29
This doesn't take into consideration home gardens. Most folks in Duluth area have raspberries.
Senchu Punyamurthula
01:59:16
I have seen these Drosphila in raspberries,
Karl H
02:15:23
How long is the SWD lifecycle?
Judy
02:16:56
Should you get rid of the total berry plant if there is evidence of SWD?
Judy
02:18:17
How can you tell a SWD berry from an healthy berry on the same berry bush?
Senchu Punyamurthula
02:25:33
SWD makes it gross to consume fruit :/
Karl H
02:27:39
Extra protein!
Senchu Punyamurthula
02:27:52
netting, do after the blooms are pollinated?
iPad
02:32:56
voice is woobling a lot
Katie Drewitz
02:33:09
Please stay on mute.
Jan
02:36:55
How is watering managed with netting? soaker hoses?
Jan
02:37:19
Is there an issue with birds getting caught or do they just not get inside?
Elourine Alspach
02:39:11
Is mulching raspberries a bad idea
Jan
02:39:18
Was chart on effect of pruning on blueberries for zone 5?
Vanessa Van Alstine
02:40:23
Given the morning/evening flight habits of SWD, is there a better time to open netting for the frequent harvest?
admin
03:06:14
Can you count on pollination by flies, wasps, etc?
admin
03:06:34
How to insure pollination within a plastic green house?
debscott
03:07:27
Is it harmful to the bees/colony to keep a hive/s and not harvest the honey?
Senchu Punyamurthula
03:15:13
lawns to legumes will provide forage source right?
Katie Drewitz
03:15:49
Potentially yes. You do need to provide a food source for the entire season... early spring to late fall.
Judy
03:26:36
can you send us this slide with all the names of the presenters?
Judy
03:27:01
This was great!!!!!
Matthew Francis Johnson
03:27:02
Thanks so much this has been great!
Senchu Punyamurthula
03:27:05
thanks so much!