Jenny Gohl

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Name: Jenny Gohl
Date registered: 2013/06/22

Latest posts

  1. February 8th seed saver meeting 2018 — 2018/01/16
  2. January 2018 monthly meeting — 2017/12/09
  3. December 7th Monthly meeting Lucy speaks about potatoes — 2017/11/20
  4. Monthly Meeting 2nd November 2017 — 2017/10/28
  5. Monthly meeting October 5th 2017 — 2017/09/10

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  2. December 7th Monthly meeting Lucy speaks about potatoes — 2 comments

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Jul 24 2016

Bean burgers

In search of the perfect bean burger. BEAN AND ROASTED SWEET POTATO BURGER. 1 sweet potato, peeled and cut into chunks (about 1 cup) 2 Tablespoons oil pinch of salt 2 cups cooked beans 1/2 cup finely diced onion 1 cup cooked brown rice 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 tablespoon ground cumin 1 teaspoon ground …

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Jun 09 2016

Summer with the seed savers

Over the summer we do not have our regular meetings but last year we introduced informal garden visits. This proved to be a great time to visit, exchange tips and ideas and to talk gardening. If anyone would like to be on the list opening their garden to visits from fellow members, please contact us. …

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Jun 09 2016

Tomato pollination and isolation

http://homeguides.sfgate.com/can-pole-beans-planted-next-sunflowers-57178.html Link to pollinating tomatoes with an electric toothebrush for better yield.   An Interesting question is whether to isolate tomatoes or not; whether to bag or not. As tomatoes are self pollinating a lot of people don’t bother to isolate. This is fine when saving tomoato seeds for ones personal use but we have a …

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Jun 01 2016

June 2nd meeting and AGM 2016

Comox Valley Growers and Seed Savers AGM On Thursday June 2nd 2016 at 7pm the CVGSS had their annual AGM. The meeting also hosted Arzeena Hamir talking about the status of open pollinated seed production in North America. Check out our web site WWW.CVGSS.ORG for more information about us. Our meetings are held at Creekside Commons, 2202 …

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May 04 2016

May 5th Monthly Meeting

Our main speaker this month was Tyler Johns a horticulturist who talked about the various pests and predators that we have in our gardens. He explained how we need to provide a suitable habitat for the various insects that help control the pests. We can build insect hotels. here is a link for ideas….insect hotels    This …

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Mar 30 2016

April 7th monthly meeting

For our April meeting our speaker will be Jill Hatfield, the local BC Government Agrologist. Our theme for the snacks will be dips made from our winter veggies. The meeting will begin at 7pm and is held at Creekside Commons,Lambert drive, Courtenay. New and renewing members may come a little bit earlier to pay and …

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Dec 04 2015

Seed savers favourite books.

At our December 2015 meeting seed savers presented the highlights from their favourite books. Here is the list;  http://cvgss.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/ss-books.pdf Happy reading! The owner’s name has been added in case you want to beg them to borrow the book.

Dec 03 2015

Monthly meeting Dec 3rd 2016

This December meeting is always our annual end of the year holiday potluck. We started a little after 6 with a table full of amazing vegetarian and vegan dishes. There was a fresh green salad – all the greens straight from the winter garden, quiche, cabbage, butternut squash with toated nuts, soup, stew, potato gratin, …

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Nov 19 2015

Good Earth Farms

Local Seeds from Black Creek –  Mostly Vegetable with some Herbs and Flowers. We are Simon Toole and Heather Mills and we have a passion for saving seed and growing delicious food. All of our seeds are grown by us, open pollinated, untreated and many are heirlooms. We started our business in 2002 and got …

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Nov 18 2015

Brother Nature Organic Seeds

Brother Nature Organic Seeds has been growing and selling Certified Organic, Openly Pollinated Vegetable, Herb, Annual & Perennial seed for 14 years now. You can search our site by name,latin name, or color. Alternatively, our New Zone feature will allow you to sort our diverse selection and display only the seeds that will grow in …

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