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"Keep It Cool: Shading Your Veggies" with Dr. Stephanie Walker, NMSU Extension Vegetable Specialist - Shared screen with speaker view
GABRIELLE-OCTAVIA MCNEELY
27:42
Gaby McNeely signing in.
Gena Sterling
27:47
roswell nm out in the country
Lorie Byars
28:13
Lorie Byars here
Rita McMillan
29:35
Hi, this is Rita from Las Cruces! Came here from the East cost 2 years ago and really don't know what "full sun" means in gardening instructions! Thanks, in advance for your help!
Gena Sterling
30:27
I lost radishes beets lettuce spinach and a special type of sunflower already
Gena Sterling
31:39
thanks
Gena Sterling
32:10
we been u to 114 already
Pat Crook
34:23
How do you protect plants from not only heat but high wind? I'm in NE NM... Quay County.
Gena Sterling
34:54
we have lost many things to hot winds with lots or dirt and high winds
Gena Sterling
35:53
i wonder if you soak banana peels for potassium
Rita McMillan
38:03
Hi! How do you guage "deep" irrigation in Las Cruces?
antwanette hailey
39:05
you said water should go down 2 to 3 feet. how does it work if you have a raised bed that is only 12 inches deep
Joy Scott
42:41
Joy Scott in attendance from Van Horn, TX
Brigitte Philipp
46:13
Research has shown that tomatoes, especially dwarf tomatoes, tend to do well or even better in pots than in ground. How do you feel about that?
Sally Cassady
49:16
Super cool!
Sharon Breay
50:10
What's the latest on layers of newspaper (for Small gardens). It
Pat Crook
50:56
May we get a copy of this recording? Thank you! :)
Sharon Breay
51:10
whoops--It's pretty effective. Is it OK for the environment? Newsprint?
Gena Sterling
51:38
my dad did in Oklahoma panhandle but i never have
Gena Sterling
52:10
we have watch for the wild rabbits
Desert Blooms
52:34
Yes, Pat -- We'll post a link to the recording on the Ready, Set, GROW! page: https://desertblooms.nmsu.edu/ready-set-grow.html
Gena Sterling
53:00
thank yo
Rita McMillan
53:30
How do we know when a plant is "established"?
Pat Crook
54:03
Desert Blooms - thank you!
Brigitte Philipp
58:54
Will Dr. Walker provide her lecture notes in addition to the slides?
Desert Blooms
59:48
Yes, Brigitte - The slides will be available shortly! :)
Brigitte Philipp
01:00:09
Thanks!
Gena Sterling
01:00:20
will these be link to download into a file on our computeres
Brigitte
01:02:00
What can you do if your garden is in the open and the wind gusts are up to 50 mph so any shading cloths or umbrellas are useless.
Gena Sterling
01:02:45
i had put a garbage bag over the tomato cages if I get the advance notice
Erwin
01:04:05
Do your recommend using kaolin clay with shad cloth?
Brigitte Philipp
01:06:24
B You can use low or high tunnels with shade cloth.
Beth Hardy
01:07:09
Can row cover/freeze protection covers be used in place of actual shade cloth?
Beth Hardy
01:08:19
Above question from me answered, thanks!
Desert Blooms
01:10:19
Thanks for these great questions! -- To view and download slides, visit https://desertblooms.nmsu.edu/ready-set-grow.html (you might need to refresh to see the updates)
Teresa Urquidi
01:12:21
thank you, great presentation!
Brigitte Philipp
01:12:48
Thank you for a great presentation.
Gena Sterling
01:12:49
we have so much sun i try to shade as much of these problems
David Chelgren
01:13:10
many thanks- great presentation
Gena Sterling
01:13:13
i use barrels and large large pots
Angie Targa
01:13:42
Thank you. :)
Brigitte Philipp
01:16:12
I am referring to the “dwarf" tomatoes not micros. I've had great success with those in pots.
Gena Sterling
01:16:19
my tomates do well in a ppt that can be partial shade
Gena Sterling
01:18:18
I use a big pot with wheels i put on them and a a handle so i can move around the tomatoes and broccoli
lana knight
01:18:18
I use shade cloth, everything is doing great. But my eggplant, which are almost three feet tall, are strong and have a lot of flowers….but they keep dropping their flowers before they fruit. I have used rock phosphate and hand pollinated…..is it too hot maybe?
Michelle Duran
01:18:35
Is there a way to watch the recording? I missed the first part.
Brigitte
01:19:52
Thank You
Lynda Garvin
01:20:20
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Rita McMillan
01:20:57
How do you know when a plant is established?
Gena Sterling
01:20:59
wow that low
Brent Williams
01:21:03
Great presentation! Thanks!
lana knight
01:21:30
Thank you
Gena Sterling
01:22:53
thank you very much
Sarah Matteson
01:22:58
Thank you!
Erwin
01:22:59
Very informative presentation, Thank You.
Sharon Breay
01:23:00
Thanks very much!