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Careful you don't end up living in a Ford Econoline down by the Patapsco.rangerone314 wrote:This week I marked the last 68 spots with flags to have holes prepped for the 110 holly saplings
I am also working towards having a nice Asian girlfriend who has greater interest in gardening, making soap etc than the current wife. She also seems to have a bit of artistic flair.
Thus, if things go down the crapper in the future and the wife proves useless or worse, a hindrance, I can basically throw her under the bus and bring in a new woman.
careinke wrote:I learned today that I can use Seaweed as mulch! plus it has the added benefit of repelling slugs.
mlit wrote:I'm guessing at nearly a gallon of coffee grounds in my current workplace are thrown away, I have provided a container that I hope to train people to use and i will take this home to compost
PrestonSturges wrote:mlit wrote:I'm guessing at nearly a gallon of coffee grounds in my current workplace are thrown away, I have provided a container that I hope to train people to use and i will take this home to compost
I used to get buckets of coffee grounds, and it's a good soil amendment, but I did not see that it had any nitrogen. I expected it to be much richer than it was.
rangerone314 wrote:Only thing about bees is I don't like the part where you get stung even wearing a bee suit.
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