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deb ruff
14:56
Gregory Park is beautiful!
Brittany M Goerges
17:57
Thanks for joining the Crow Wing County Master Gardener Volunteer Program today! Enter any questions you may have in the chat. The handout is linked above.
David Hestad
27:26
Why not fireplace ash?
David Hestad
28:24
Thanks!
Brittany M Goerges
29:10
I'll be sure to pass on the message to Jackie! And I will ask your question soon, I think she touches on this later.
Amy Baker
38:53
I am not seeing the handout link.
Brittany M Goerges
40:14
I just resent, it looks like a little pdf box, you click on it and then the document should open
Patty Anderson
43:59
Where can I order red worms?
Brittany M Goerges
49:21
Jackie addresses this question later in her presentation :)
deb ruff
49:47
How big a container do you need to overwinter the red wrigglers?
deb ruff
54:46
How old is aged manure?
deb ruff
58:28
But they won't outgrow their container then...
deb ruff
59:27
Is there a ratio of brown and green?
Brittany M Goerges
59:29
Hi Deb, the worms self-regulate their population, if they are becoming overpopulated they start eating each other
deb ruff
01:01:04
Thanks!
David Hestad
01:02:07
Not to be funny but why worm compost instead of outside composting? If you still can’t put in the same stuff like meat, dairy, etc.
Brenda Clobes
01:05:59
how to know when you aren't feeding enough
David Hestad
01:06:21
That makes sense, thanks!
deb ruff
01:07:27
Can you put some of the worms in the gardenin the spring and summer?
deb ruff
01:08:54
We can't see it
deb ruff
01:10:11
no
Patricia Ann
01:10:18
got to go back to work lunch hour is over. this was a great presentation.
Martha Youngblood
01:10:34
I only see the you and the other speakers.
deb ruff
01:10:56
There was a brief image
deb ruff
01:11:24
Perfect!
deb ruff
01:12:20
Can you use oak leaves and pine needles?
deb ruff
01:12:36
How cute!!
Rachel Schauer
01:21:37
I want worms now! This was a really fun webinar. Thanks for sharing!
David Hestad
01:21:41
This was great thanks!