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I might try to stain them some earth tone with some natural stain, just so they'll blend in more. I need more space to plant everything I want to try.
Do not transfer grazing animals (including horses) from areas treated with Milestone™ herbicide to areas where sensitive broadleaf crops grow without first allowing 3 days of grazing on an untreated pasture. Otherwise, urine and manure may contain enough active ingredient to cause injury to sensitive broadleaf plants.
Originally posted by BlueTriangle
I need some advice if anybody is willing. My habanero plans is growing pretty good, it's about a foot tall and has buds all over it. So far about 10 have opened up into flowers. A half dozen or so have went from flowers to a very tiny BB sized pepper before wilting and falling off. Does ths indicate any kind of mineral deficiency?
Originally posted by Quazi176
I'm just starting my first garden. It's only 10ft by 10ft. I've got ants and other crawlers lurking around. What's the best way to rid of them before I start to till up the soil? Should I use a pesticide to clear the area first or take measures after the soil is tilled?
I've seen some ideas about egg shells and coffee grounds and wouldn't mind staying away from chemicals. I just don't want ants to take over once I've planted or is that just part of the fun of gardening?