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George Dodds at Awards CeremonyGeorge Dodds (in green shirt) was the original OVF gardenmaster
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Bitter Melon. Momordica CharantiaBitter Melon. Revered Asian super food. Okay to eat when green. Toxic when yellow or red! (Photo Credit: Don Feinstein. Phase 3 A-48)
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OVF GreenhouseSeedlings for Spring mini-sale (Photo Credit: Nancy Nyberg 4/22/2017)
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OVF GreenhouseSeedlings for Spring mini-sale (Photo Credit: Nancy Nyberg 4/22/2017)
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Green Fruit Beetle (Cotinis mutabilis)Sometimes confused with the Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica). The fat, white grubs you see in the dirt are their larvae. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 7/16/2016)
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Japanese Beetle (Popillia japonica)The larvae of the Japanese Beetle look like big white grubs when they are dug up in the soil. They damage the root system of the plants. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 07/27/2013)
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Green Keeled Tree Hopper Nymph (Antianthe expansa)Nymph stage of the Keeled Tree Hopper (Antianthe expansa). Hoppers penetrate the cell walls of the stems and suck out the fluids. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 9/24/2010)
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Green Keeled Tree Hopper (Antianthe expansa)It is obvious where the Green Keeled Tree Hopper gets its name. The little horned critters around it are the nymphs. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 8/7/2010)
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Tomato Hornworm (Manduca quinquemaculata)The Hornworm can do serious damage in a very short time. Cut them in half and feed them to the birds. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 8/6/2011)
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Tomato Hornworm (Manduca quinquemaculata)The tomato hornworm is the caterpillar of the Five-Spotted Hawkmoth (Manduca quinquemaculata). Very hard to see in the foliage. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 8/6/2011)
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Stable WasteThe crew mixes in stable waste with the shredded material then it all gets watered thoroughly. Moisture helps keep the bacteria in the manure alive so they can break down the green waste. Composting needs all three components (green waste, manure and water) to be successful.
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Water for CompostingRain water is used by the OVF volunteer composting crew when building the compost piles using green waste material from the garden. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon)
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