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Discussion Topic  RE: Soil From Tomato Plant (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
The pathogen that causes late blight, like that which causes early blight, needs plant tissue to sur......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Soil From Tomato Plant (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
That "soil" is most likely a soilless mix, something like maybe peat moss, coir, finely ground bark ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Moving a rosebush (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
The best time to transplant a rose is when it is dormant, and most of what I have seen says late win......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Florida "garden" needs help (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
The University of Florida soil scientists will usually tell you that what most all of Florida's sand......
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Discussion Topic  RE: dahlia bulbs (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
Dahlia tubers can, apparently, survive a normal winter in the ground in Plant Hardiness Zones 7 and ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: bird bath heater? (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
There are all kinds of bird bath heaters. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Need advice on this Butterfly Bush (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
In two downtown gardens are Butterfly Bushes that have never been pruned (according to the current g......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Stealing Seeds (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
A "real" gardener would determine who the property owner was and obtain permission to collect some s......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Big Tree Roots (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
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Poll  RE: Need ideas for my backyard septic tank issue (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
Because that tank will need to be serviced again, current thought is they need to be pumped out ever......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Raid bug spray in planting bed (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
Which of the Raid products did use? Most, that I am aware of have a pyrethroid, synthetic pyrethyrin......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Can I use potting soil to fill hole in newly sodded yard (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
Potting soil is peat moss, coir, or finely ground bark, or a combination of those and is not meant t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Converting flower bed into lawn (in Landscaping) by KimmSr
Like Michigan State University, Purdue, and other Midwest Ag Schools Ohio State University will tell......
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Discussion Topic  Gangsta Gardener (in General Gardening) by KimmSr
The current issue of Readers Digest, June 2014, has an interview with Ron Finley, the Gangsta Garden......
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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: 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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