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Phyto Work Group 2020 Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Alisa Shor
30:24
Thanks Betty for the intro and the info!
Andrea Williams
32:11
Suzanne are there visual differences in bay leaf lesions between ramorum and pseudosyringae?
PBeitz
34:55
yes I would love to know what the differences are and more broadly, can experts put together a table of visual symptoms of different Phytophthoras?
jgaraventa
37:42
difficult to see entire slide
PBeitz
37:47
the ppt seems cut off and we're missing some of the slide
Claudia O
38:14
The screen image is cut off (on the right side). Anyone else?
johnchap
38:33
yes
Nikki Hanson
38:35
Yes, the screen seems cut off
Tyler Bourret
39:38
in my opinion, there is no way to distinguish P. ramorum and P. pseudosyringae on bbay layurel
Tyler Bourret
39:42
lots of experience
Tyler Bourret
40:01
P. nemorosa as well is indistinguishable
Nikki Hanson
40:06
Thanks :)
Tyler Bourret
46:48
I think characterizing P. cactorum as non-native is not backed up by the evidence (just a minor point)
Joseph Terry
47:59
will all these presentations be posted to a website?
Tyler Bourret
52:24
that doesn't mean it can't be invasive!
Nikki Hanson
52:36
Thank you so much!
Tyler Bourret
52:50
great presentation, Chris
Steven Goetz
01:01:58
Will CDFA coordinate with Cal Fish and Wildlife to get perspectives of restoration project managers?
Nikki Hanson
01:02:01
Thanks Christina!
Nikki Hanson
01:03:00
Is anyone else having trouble hearing? Not sure if it is just my internet.
Andrea Williams
01:03:13
Janell you're sounding intermittently digital/broken--don't know if that's just me
Coty Sifuentes-Winter
01:03:14
Janell is breaking up for me pretty bad. Is it just me?
Cherilyn Burton
01:03:29
It's breaking up for me too.
Dina Robertson
01:03:31
I am hearing that too
Kristina Weber
01:03:32
Steven I would love to collaborate with Cal Fish and Wildlife (as well as other entities) to ensure this program remains applicable and valuable to the public.
Arlee Montalvo
01:03:42
mostly OK but sometimes breaking up
Janice Alexander
01:03:43
Sorry for the audio issues. It seems to be spotty for Janell
Andy F (Our City Forest)
01:05:11
Hi Janell - where along guadalupe was Phytophthora detected? near to downtown SJ?
Coty Sifuentes-Winter
01:05:23
Can Janell provide the contract language as it involves phy?
Dina Robertson
01:06:34
what nursery do you use- does valley water have its own? Or maybe you have several? So curious!
Tyler Bourret
01:08:08
we definitely detected multiple species of Phytophthora in downtown SJ. You can find the locations linked from the sequences in GenBank
Andrea Williams
01:09:09
Does this mesh/combine with pre-planting testing at the potential mitigation site?
Coty Sifuentes-Winter
01:09:35
yes
Coty Sifuentes-Winter
01:09:39
Yes
Nikki Hanson
01:09:41
Thanks for this hopeful summary of info Janell! Good to know all our hard work is paying off:)
Tyler Bourret
01:10:50
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/?term=phytophthora+santa+clara
Kimberly Moses
01:10:57
no
Christina McKnew
01:11:01
Now we are
Kimberly Moses
01:16:04
heat rises
johnchap
01:17:20
how much faster do you think the manifold would get wood chips to temperature?
Caroline
01:17:45
Great presentations, thank you!
Dina Robertson
01:17:58
very cool
Alisa Shor
01:18:04
Thanks Vernon! At the Golden Gate National Park Nurseries, we have been experimenting with a steam manifold set inside a trailer to steam potting soil so that it is mobile. This is a bottom up manifold that is still in development to get the steaming time down, but we're on the right track. My team and I can share info with those who might be interested.
Nikki Hanson
01:18:14
How much do you charge for steaming services? Are there ways to sign up?
Ted
01:19:54
An identified problem with bottome maniforlds is blow out - channeling of steam along more porous channels in the media pile.
Tyler Bourret
01:20:06
all the presentations were excellent. thanks!
Nikki Hanson
01:20:24
Thank you so much everyone!
mranieri
01:20:28
Thank you!! We appreciate everyone's time.
Vernon Huffman
01:20:55
For Steam services contact Vernon.huffman@dominican.edu
Laura
01:20:57
Thanks everyone!
Steven Goetz
01:21:00
At the nursery site with P.ramorum, did you say how deep in the soil you measured the temperature?
iPhone
01:21:09
I have a question for Kristina Weber: will the NORCAL AIR program return to evaluating nurseries with COVID-19? what can nursery managers expect moving forward? thank you, all these presentations were awesome
Andrea Williams
01:23:04
yes
Claudia O
01:23:05
Which four nurseries?
Kari Olsen
01:23:47
Is there any centralized place/person/organization that is collecting BMP-related educational materials for training purposes? Target audience nursery staff and volunteers. Same question re: nursery signage. FANTASTIC presentations, thank you!
iPhone
01:26:10
sweet thank you
deannag
01:27:04
Has anyone found a good source to purchase Rubbing Alcohol? Is there a substitute to use?
Joseph Terry
01:27:06
For Chris Lee, did you see any forest stand-level effects of Phytophthora infestation that would significantly degrade northern spotted owl habitat? Would Phytophthora-infected forests be more susceptible to large wildfires that also threaten northern spotted owl?
Kari Olsen
01:27:36
Thank you! I will contact you Janice!
janell hillman
01:27:45
Granger
susan frankel
01:27:46
Phytosphere Research site has a lot of detailed info such as instructions for the leachate baiting technique.
Ted
01:28:13
we have a source that we id's - -ethanol isopropanol; blend
Coty Sifuentes-Winter
01:29:33
Fire - disease : https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S037811271500153X
Ted
01:29:35
We recently obtained 4 gal of ethanol 92%/isopropanol 8% blend from this site: https://e-nrg.com/us/en/bioethanol/ . They also sell in larger bulk sizes. It's pricier than isopropanol at the old standard rate, but is a viable alternative in the short term until the supply comes back to normal. Since this is a 100% alcohol product, we dilute it to 70% by adding distilled water, so 4 gal will yield 5.7 gal of 70% alcohol. When diluted, it priced out to about $17.50/gal + tax.
Tyler Bourret
01:29:39
http://www.suddenoakdeath.org/?bibliography=interacting-disturbances-wildfire-severity-affected-by-stage-of-forest-disease-invasion-2
Tyler Bourret
01:29:47
this is the paper Chris is currently talking about
Mia Ingolia SFPUC
01:30:07
amazon still has some alcohol or check your local hydroponic store they seem to have alcohol still too
Betty Young
01:30:09
I found Iso alcohol at John's Dairy supply in Petaluma and at Biologic Crop Solutions last week.
susan frankel
01:30:59
Thanks, Janice and Bonnie!
Coty Sifuentes-Winter
01:31:04
Thanks all!
Tyler Bourret
01:31:06
thanks!!
iPhone
01:31:07
thanks
Dina Robertson
01:31:09
thanks
Sylvie Childress
01:31:11
Thanks everyone!
Valerie Eviner
01:31:12
thanks!
Christina McKnew
01:31:13
thank you!
deannag
01:31:16
Thanks all!
Claudia O
01:31:17
Thank you
Arlee Montalvo
01:31:18
thank you!