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Posted: 8 Days 4 Hours ago by: KcnhChipmunk. I just watched one do it.
Posted: 8 Days 19 Hours ago by: vickyI just read Clematis are toxic to cats and dogs?!
Posted: 11 Days 5 Hours ago by: timoth...@gmail.comI would 3D print it.
Posted: 14 Days 1 Hour ago by: FrankFences work but this guy shoots them.
Posted: 14 Days 18 Hours ago by: IreneWhat is the “it” that you use from that web site (stopthedeerdamage)? I visited it and saw nothing about a product that repels deer.
Posted: 15 Days 18 Hours ago by: John McGawProbably the easiest way would be to plant the seed in the soil sideways. The plant will figure out which way is up and which way is down all by itself -- in nature seeds fall in random orientations but still manage to grow.
Posted: 16 Days ago by: tol...@gmail.comPlant the mango seed point side down, allowing the hump at the top to stick out of the soil a little. If you have germinated your seed in water or a paper towel, this bit is easier as you just want your mango seed roots to go down and the
Posted: 17 Days 16 Hours ago by: PietBWhich way is up when I plant a mango seed? I cracked open the husk and removed the seed and put it wet paper towels for a week expecting it to sprout at one end but it sprouted at both. -p
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Posted: 21 Days 19 Hours ago by: J ChapterI need the White Nylon Drive gear that has worn out for Kees Krawler
Posted: 29 Days 14 Hours ago by: David E. RossI almost forgot. Young citrus trees might have aluminum foil wrapped around their trunks to prevent sunburn. Citrus bark is very sensitive to damage from direct sun. When the trees mature, there is usually sufficient foliage to shade t
Posted: 29 Days 14 Hours ago by: David E. RossAluminum flashing is wrapped around a tree's trunk to keep squirrels out. I do this just before my loquats ripen to protect them from squirrels eating them. I am also a docent at a public garden where they wrap flashing around the trunk
Posted: 29 Days 18 Hours ago by: harryNo, that's not what I'm seeing. Those trees were always a with brownish bark. That was true earlier in the day before someone applied either a spray or brushed them with something or other. The ladder they used is still laying on the
Posted: 29 Days 19 Hours ago by: Frankhttps://dengarden.com/gardening/trees-with-white-bark
Posted: 29 Days 19 Hours ago by: harryA neighbor of mine has some young trees which are only about 7-8 feet high. I looked out the window the other day and the trees showed silver in the bright sunlight. Any ideo of what kind of protection shows as if these leafless young tre
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