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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Oct 26 2015

Growing Great Garlic – Talk by Neil Turner

GROWING GREAT GARLIC. Speaker; Neil Turner of Amara Farm. Garlic needs a minimum of 3 months of cold temperatures to clove properly and is a heavy feeder. Why eat garlic- lowers cholesterol lowers the risk of stomach and prostate cancer prevents colds antiseptic – was used to treat gangrene – taken internally It has been …

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Oct 24 2015

monthly meeting November 5th 2015

This month the topic for our meeting this month is ” Greenhouse Growing” Members Nick, Barbara and Larry will talk about their greenhouse experiences and then we will open the meeting to all present to share their greenhouse stories. We will learn about the ups and downs of growing plants in greenhouses, the problems and their solutions and …

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Oct 20 2015

All about kale

http://www.seedambassadors.org/all-about-russian-siberian-kale-napus-kale/ An excellent coverage of kales.

Sep 30 2015

meeting 1st october

Our October meeting is just a week away and we are pleased to have two presenters this month. Neil Hamir of Amara Farm will give a short refresher on garlic production. Mike Miard, Manager of Van Isle Water Services will give a presentation on rainwater harvesting systems.  He will focus on the technology and design …

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Aug 31 2015

Meeting September 3rd

Thursday September 3rd is our first meeting of the fall. Our presentation this month will focus on Winter Gardening with our host Lucie Desjarlais sharing her 15 year experience growing winter gardens in the Comox Valley.  Lucie  owns Stotan Falls Farm with partner Ian and sons Simon & Robin. Vegetable seeds and seed garlic are the …

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Jul 01 2015

Saving squash seeds

Squash cross pollinate readily with other squashes of the same variety. They are insect pollinated so the insects are flying quite long distances. First thing is to know which variety of squash you are growing and what it will cross with. You will also need to know what your neighbours are growing! Next step is …

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Jun 12 2015

Bag isolation of tomatoes.

June is here and the tomatoes are flowering. Time to bag them! Many of us have small gardens and want to grow several types of our favourite heirloom tomato. We do not have the space to plant them far enough away for the correct isolation distance. The solution is to put a little bag over the …

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May 25 2015

About Chanchal Cabrera

Chanchal will be our main speaker at our 2015 AGM on 5th June. CHANCHAL CABRERA MSc, FNIMH, (RH)AHG Biography Chanchal has been a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (UK) since 1987 and obtained her MSc in herbal medicine at the University of Wales in 2003. Her clinical specialty is helping people manage …

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May 25 2015

CVGSS 2015 AGM 4th June

On June 4th, 2015 at 7pm the Comox Valley Growers and Seed Savers will host their monthly meeting and AGM. Following the AGM, join medical herbalist Chanchal Cabrera who will present on the Royal Botanical Garden’s “Millenium Seed Bank”, the world’s largest repository of seeds.   The 2015 Comox Valley squash winner and future candidates …

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May 10 2015

Newsletter April 2015 front page.

Here is the front page of our April Newsletter. Sign up to become a member and you will receive the entire newsletter. newsletter2015-4-1frontpage

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