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One Health Circle - Pollinators - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrea K
27:02
The recording of this presentation can be found here tomorrow: https://research.ucalgary.ca/one-health/news-and-events/past-events
Tobyn Neame
01:04:46
Bombus nevadensis!
Shirley Sokolosky
01:14:24
How tall should we leave the stems of our plants if pruning in the fall.
Eva Enkelmann
01:15:24
How can you prevent damage to the habitat in the spring when you get the garden work started?
Monika Smith
01:16:07
I have a lovely messy yard, with lots of snags, native plants, etc. But, I don’t have a lot of caterpillars! I just saw two butterflies this year and only a couple of plants that have been chewed on. The plants look healthy and I have a good variety of plants. I’m wondering if light pollution is a problem or living near a busy highway?
Maureen McLeod
01:16:50
How much of a problem are bee/wasp allergies in human habitats such as cities?
Shirley Sokolosky
01:19:38
Can you define “late spring”?
Sonja Wicklum
01:19:59
I missed the best flowering plants because I arrived late (sorry), do you have a list?
Pamela D Sterling
01:20:04
Thank you Mindi and Jennifer for the excellent talk, wondering whether their are better leaves than others to be leaving on the lawn, we have a ton of ash trees, are they great for pollinators.
Jennifer Kerr
01:21:26
I struggle with Scotch thistle on our farm. We hand weed b/c I avoid all 'cides'. One evening as the summer nights were cooling I noticed a myriad of wild bees tunneling into the blooms for the night. So I started leaving the blooms up for them and tried to capture the seed pods later. Can you speak to scotch thistle and its relationship to bees? I am trying to be at 'one' with this beast of a plant
Mindi Summers
01:21:58
https://www.calgary.ca/water/programs/yardsmart-design-garden-bed-for-native-wildflowers.html
jp
01:26:46
What about grasses; I have quite a few in planters that come back each year- most people cut these back but is this an issue for pollinators ( ie not providing them a place to use in the winter)
Jennifer Kerr
01:27:03
Brilliant! Thank you Jennifer
deirdreobrien
01:28:33
will arecording of this talk be available please?
Shirley Sokolosky
01:28:43
Can you provide a couple of examples of native grasses please?
Andrea K
01:28:52
https://research.ucalgary.ca/one-health/news-and-events/past-events
Owner
01:30:04
wild about flowers in black diamond
Sam
01:30:51
Thank you!
Shirley Sokolosky
01:31:01
Thank you !
Eva Enkelmann
01:31:10
Thank you
Brenda
01:31:15
thank you!!
catherine clake
01:31:16
Great presentations! Thanks so much 🙂
Robyn Rosen
01:31:22
Thank you for an excellent talk!!