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Discussion Topic  RE: Sticker shock at the nursery (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
What you pay for any product is the total cost, materials and wages, the owner had plus some profit.......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Reusing Soil From Tomatoes (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
The advice to clean containers with a bleach solution and toss out any potting soil from last year i......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Candle flies (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
Candle Flies, aka Lantern Flies, "Fulgora laternaria" are either native to South America or Asia. I......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Suggestions to smooth out the dips... (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
Two ways. Raise the low areas or lower the high areas. To raise the low areas cut a large X where th......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Mechanisms to reduce over-watering on the existing irrigation system (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
Karen, all 3 of the people I correspond with in Australia and the 2 in New Zealand tell me they are ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Mechanisms to reduce over-watering on the existing irrigation system (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
They are called shut off valves, although most often that involves resetting the timer....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Fertilizing (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
Rather then throw some "fertilizer", that the plants may or may not need, at those shrubs have a goo......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Fertilizing (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
Keep in mind that those "experienced nursery fella's" most likely are interested in selling you some......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Fertilizing (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
Fertilizing is not something one should do without first having a good reliable soil test done since......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Eathworms (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
The above is spam. Earthworms are a visible indication of soil health, many active earthworms in th......
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Discussion Topic  Eathworms (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
An article in Sundays paper, "Earthweek: A diary of the planet." there was a quick note about an art......
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Discussion Topic  RE: How Long Do Seeds Generally Last? (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
While for years we have been told that seeds stored needed to be kept dry and about 40 to 45 degrees......
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Discussion Topic  RE: How Long Do Seeds Generally Last? (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
Most everything I have seen about storing seeds says that storing them in sealable plastic bags is o......
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Discussion Topic  RE: How Long Do Seeds Generally Last? (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
How long seeds will stay viable will depend on how those seeds have been stored. Moisture and heat a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Sand, topsoil or ?? to fill deep holes in cleared land and then plant grass. (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
The definition of "topsoil" is the top 4 to 6 inches of soil, usually containing some organic matter......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Help! Culvert in backyard! (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
Why is that culvert there? Is it a culvert? A culvert is usually buried in the ground while a ditch ......
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Discussion Topic  What plants talk about (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
PBS Nature aired this program last night and will repeat it again on Sunday at 7:00 PM. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: weeds and mulch (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
Plastic laid on soil can seal that soil from access to air and water which can result is a soil that......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Where is Spring? (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
Spring is coming as it always does. Some of the bare spots in the yard have crocus and daffodils com......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Post-emergent rec. (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
Nothing is going to deter Ma Nature from trying to grow plants in your garden, whether you want them......
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