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Master Gardener Training Q&A - Shared screen with speaker view
Guy Bake
06:55
Terrific class. Very well organized and informative.
Jan Howe
07:37
Agree with Guy. Excellent presentation.
Phillip Lujan
19:58
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Sangeeta K McCandless
19:58
Would be great if the eventual response for all these problem plants, along with the pictures could be shared with us.
Desiree
26:51
Is there a list of alternative hosts for rust disease?
Brandt Magic
27:35
A lot of the treatments discussed are crop scale, or recommended for professional application. At the home yard scale, is removal of the plant a good approach?
Nancy Stermer
30:30
What is your usual turn around time in the clinic?
Brandt Magic
30:39
How best to package specimens. You say use paper bags. Put these inside a standard UPS/FedEx envelope?
Pam Knutsen
33:00
How do you know if you're buying a "disease free" transplant? The labels at the nursery don't indicate if it's disease free or not.
Brandt Magic
38:22
Your slide #70 shows Bacteria, Fungi, Virus examples. Where is environment, or insect damage in determining a diagnosis?
Jan Howe
42:59
Lost the sound. I hope I can pick it up on a recording of this session. Spectrum in Ohio is not a good Internet provider.
Brandt Magic
47:00
I see mid-day wilt at the heat of the day. Watering usually perks the tree up.
Brandt Magic
48:59
Flu-like symptoms...
Brandt Magic
50:27
What about composting possibly infected plants?
Brandt Magic
53:30
Excellent presentation. Thanks.
Nancy Handmaker
53:54
Thank you!
Shannon Cummings
54:01
Thank you!