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I dream of one day being temporarily suspended from stackoverflow.com for inappropriate voting patterns.


Feb
22
comment Why are my aloe's leaves bent and drying up, and what can I do to help it grow?
a picture is worth several hundred words.
Feb
18
comment How can I prevent algae growing over my patio area?
copper salts are very poisonous to algae. they sell them for this purpose, for ponds and aquaria.
Feb
15
comment What are the uses of rice hulls?
I used to purchase rice hulls 3-4$ per lb. for brewing. they make up a nice filter in an all grain mash tun.
Feb
15
answered How to get rid of bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis) once and for all?
Feb
15
comment What is the risk of using 4% 2T mixture in a chainsaw that needs 2% 2T?
Yeah 1:50 to 1:25 will not even likely foul a plug in a short amount of time. Eventually all sorts of gunk could grow in there, but way less murderous than using plain gas.
Feb
13
comment Growing Goji berry plant in Ohio
I am in 6b/7a Salt Lake City. It usually doesn't get below 10-15f, but this winter has been ugly.
Feb
12
comment What's the best C:N ratio when vermicomposting?
and which prevents anoxia and keeps everything in a good pH range...
Feb
12
comment How can I control erosion and weeds on a rock retaining wall?
Those ramblings will get more coherent when I edit on a real computer.
Feb
12
answered How can I control erosion and weeds on a rock retaining wall?
Feb
12
comment Brown turkey fig dormancy time
Just plant it out when it gets warm, it will be a monster!
Feb
12
revised What's the best C:N ratio when vermicomposting?
added 23 characters in body
Feb
12
answered What's the best C:N ratio when vermicomposting?
Feb
12
comment Growing Goji berry plant in Ohio
Oh and for wintering, I just left them staked up, they are supposed to become self supporting in a few years, but mine are still spindly.
Feb
12
answered Growing Goji berry plant in Ohio
Nov
8
comment are yellow ladybugs a threat to tomato plants?
ladybugs (ladybird beetles) are beneficial. their larvae and adults eat smaller (generally plant sucking) arthropods.
Nov
1
comment An unexpected brown-violet mushroom in my garden
oh wow... hadn't ever considered that problem... sounds like you found it (I think I still wouldn't eat it though...) good luck.
Nov
1
comment An unexpected brown-violet mushroom in my garden
The keys to mushroom identification are texture, color, color of bruise/injury color and structure of gills, color of spore print, how the membrane that covers the gills develops and if the mushroom is born from a little bag at the base or not. If you get that info you can follow a diacritic key. Maybe you can contact Paul Staments...
Nov
1
answered Lawn-mowing: when to mulch and when to bag?
Oct
24
comment Will onion sets overwinter in USDA zone 4?
what do you mean over winter, you mean you have onions that you didn't harvest this year?
Oct
21
answered Will I have problems with grass in my garden if I till it under during preparation?