"Randy please tell us how it goes! My one concern is the temperature. My house isn't air conditioned, but the basement is a little cooler. I think these work best in cooler conditions, but I don't know why. …"
"Joan, no problem about the name. I often call my friend Charlie, and he's not Charlie at all!
I recall something about sauerkraut before. I think it's been years.
These jars were from the grocery store. They are still…"
"As befits my German (about half) heritage, I decided to make some sauerkraut. I have not done that for many years. Home made sauerkraut is much more flavorful and crunchy, and filled with beneficial bacteria and enzymes. There are…"
"Kathy, thank you for the advice. I will look for some bottles and do that. The traps cost aboout $14 each, and so far I've filled up 5 of them with yellow jackets, with still zillions of them. Also yesterday, for variety I…"
"Too hot out to garden now. I'm inside with the a/c.
Yellow jackets are destroying the majority of my figs. Never had that happen before. I' ve been stung multiple times. I put out a few traps but there must be…"
"Joan, that reminds me of the Chicken and egg sculpture in Cannon Beach, Oregon.
Too hot here to do any gardening now. I'm inside in the a/c.
Spud, I don't know why. The cow is really friendly and likes to be petted. Rufus…"
"Joan, you have garden challenges, but you really do live in an incredibly beautiful area. That photo is just beautiful!
I imagine the Canadian seeds would be more cold tolerant than those further south.
My friend's neighbor…"
"Joan, I think you need a sweet corn variety that can handle cool spring and ripens early. The first one that i plant makes small ears but is earlier than any other. The seeds can handle a cooler soul. I will look for the variety…"
"Randy, thanks for the info. I have seedlings now of echinacea for the perennial border than next year. They do much better with dryness, are not affected by deer, and are perennial. I don't know if I beleive about medicinal…"
"Joan, thanks for the video and info. As you know, I've long been a proponent of building up the soil for gardening, or for anything else. I guess we have to work with what we have. My last garden was heavy clay, which I built…"
"Now I know it's summer!
Randy, I'm surprised a 70 year old farmer didn't know what poison ivy looked like!
For some reason, I was not allergic to poison ivy, so my parents would have me pull it out. I don't…"
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