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Old 05-12-2013, 03:12 PM   #231
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Thats actually very reasonable!

Now, if I just werent deadly alergic...
Here here...........My neighbor had three hives, two were lost due to mites. The last one he gave away when his grandson came to visit and got stung. It was a trip to the ER. He was allergic to bee stings...........
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Here here...........My neighbor had three hives, two were lost due to mites. The last one he gave away when his grandson came to visit and got stung. It was a trip to the ER. He was allergic to bee stings...........
When my allergic brother comes to visit he brings three Epi-Pens just in case and stays the Hell away from the hives. That's just common sense to me. I'm not going to go crazy over his allergy and he doesn't expect me to. They are well marked and kids are told to stay away.
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Got lovage, rosemary, a couple fennel, oregano, thyme, tarragon, basil, parsley and cilantro. Then habeneros, cayenne, bell, highlander and hot rod peppers. Grape and sun gold tomatoes.

All I have planted so far. Usually do pots so I can follow the sun all summer. Only disadvantage to living in the middle of the woods lol

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I let a bloodweed grow next to my pepper plant to see what bugs would consume the leaves. I found about a thousand little bugs that I thought were bad. I killed them all. They were actually bugs that eat the bad guys......How do you say, Confirm your target before you pull the trigger..............

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I let a bloodweed grow next to my pepper plant to see what bugs would consume the leaves. I found about a thousand little bugs that I thought were bad. I killed them all. They were actually bugs that eat the bad guys......How do you say, Confirm your target before you pull the trigger..............
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Rototilled in Vermiculite this year along with peat. If I understand it correctly, the soil will no longer compact.

Having said that, we lost all our maters in the freeze

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I don't know the name of the bugs, they're red in color and patrol the plants looking for lice and such. At first I thought they were related to the stink bugs. Then I noticed that they were feeding on the bugs that ruin my plants. The ones I killed were newborn and didn't realize till after, oopps......

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I don't know the name of the bugs, they're red in color and patrol the plants looking for lice and such. At first I thought they were related to the stink bugs. Then I noticed that they were feeding on the bugs that ruin my plants. The ones I killed were newborn and didn't realize till after, oopps......
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I find being POLISH , doth hath it's negatives..!
Happens every sprang yeap , every..!
CHICKENS , feet up , or head up..?

On a serious note , I've got celery , carrots , tomatoes , cukes , green beans and some other things started ,but not out doors yet , good thing too , it got down to the high twenties three nights in a row..!

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I find being POLISH , doth hath it's negatives..!
Happens every sprang yeap , every..!
CHICKENS , feet up , or head up..?

On a serious note , I've got celery , carrots , tomatoes , cukes , green beans and some other things started ,but not out doors yet , good thing too , it got down to the high twenties three nights in a row..!
I sent a note to Texas tech about the chicken farm, they said it didn't matter about the chicken feet or head up. I got a reply, send a soil sample..............
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