Thanks for attending our Weekend Walkabout. Notetaking outlines shown in Janet and Steven's presentations can be downloaded here.
the latest Q&A transcript from a webinar (transcript is not produced for every webinar; varies with number of questions left at the conclusion of each webinar).
For outlines and Q&A from webinars past, scroll down.
Outlines and more detail
Some of our handout material is simple outline, meant for you to capture the parts of our webinar you find most important. Some is more detailed... because people so often asked for detail on a given point. For instance, our Tools: Choices, care and use is both outline for all 70 tools we cover plus detail for the most-requested part, sharpening hand pruners.
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#1 - Early Spring Cuts, Weeds and Lawn: Basic materials pending
#1 - Related materials discussed, the chart from our Edibles presentation: Vegetables & Fruit chart
#2 - Too Big, Too Much: 7 page pdf black and white
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#7 Click to download PDF, includes vegetable- and fruit planning chart with pests information
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We had a lively Q&A during the webinar, with no leftover questions. However, one question has such importance we want to stress this point: A biological control for mosquitoes is useful in water features. The bacteria known as Bt (pronounced bee tee; it is short for Bacillus thuringiensis) has a subspecies (B. thuringiensis israeliensis) that infects and kills mosquito larvae in water without harming other insects, fish, mammals or birds. “Mosquito dunks” and other forms of BT-israeliensis to be added to water of pond or fountain are available where garden pest controls are sold. Another strain of BT (B. t. kurstaki) affects caterpillars. Each strain of Bt is specific to a group of insect species. Bt-israeliensis will not kill butterflies.
The very best reference ever is "Raising Butterflies in the Garden" by Brenda Dziedzic. That Brenda is a friend has nothing to do with our endorsement. It simply is the best and based totally on experience you can duplicate.
Available at many bookstores and through Amazon.