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Hairy Vetch infected with Root-Knot Nematodes208 viewsHealthy roots are on the left, infected roots are on the right. Very hard to get rid of when they have invaded your soil. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 4/3/2011 (left) & 3/29/2014 (right))00000
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Root-Knot Nematode Galls184 viewsTomato plant roots with root-knot nematode galls. Microscopic worms penetrate the roots and lay their eggs blocking water & mineral uptake. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 9/19/2010)00000
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Green Fruit Beetle (Cotinis mutabilis)177 viewsSometimes 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)00000
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Water for Composting340 viewsRain 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)00000
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Hose Bib - Lower Composting146 viewsWater collected from the Blue Cistern and Main Shed Cisterns in the upper garden are directed to this one point: the Lower Composting Hose Bib. A pump in the Chipper Shed increases water flow. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)00000
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Lower Composting Cisterns169 viewsTwo 305 gallon water cisterns installed on the east side of the Lower Composting sheds on February 27, 2016. Fence in front of the cisterns protects the pipes and shut-off valves from damage. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)00000
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Main Shed Cisterns173 viewsTwo large water cisterns were installed by the NE corner of the Main Shed on 2/27/2016. Each tank holds 1000 gallons of water which is piped down to cisterns in the Lower Composting area. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)00000
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Pulling wires313 viewsFrank and Ed begin feeding the wires for the electrical installation at OVF (Photo Credit: Frank Harris)00000
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Rain Barrel Installation (June 2015)144 viewsThe barrels were connected at the base so the water level would be consistent in both. This made them two chambers of a single unit. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon (2015))00000
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Rain Barrel Installation (June 2015)143 viewsCaptured rain water (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon (2015))00000
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Rain Barrel Installation (June 2015)146 viewsThe barrels capture rain water which would otherwise be lost. Gardeners access the water from spigots at the bottom of the barrels. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon (2015))00000
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Rain Barrel Installation (June 2015)169 viewsThe top of the barrel is removable. (Photo Credit: Dean Cleverdon (2015))00000
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