Jocelyn Campbell wrote:
I *think* I've convinced a friend to compost her households kitchen scraps directly in her garden to improve the soil instead of buying commercial topsoil or commercial compost. Closing a loop!
Jay Angler wrote:... the bunnies can't jump 30" high!
Jen Swanson wrote: One of our neighbors came by yesterday and said they had to know where we got our chips as our bed is weedless and not so at all with the neighbors' beds!
Christopher Shepherd wrote:We have a customer that could never eat garlic. He said it tore up his stomach. About 3 years ago I got him to try our garlic. I was thinking maybe the store bought stuff had something on it he didn't agree with. He came back about 2 weeks later and got more. He has been buying ever since. He said our garlic didn't bother his stomach at all. Fast forward, 2 weeks ago he comes over and buys about 10 bulbs of garlic. He swears to me that it fixed his ankle swelling problem.
This year I got some garlic that is popular around here. I gave some to our garlic customers to compare and try. None of them liked it and said they want our old line of garlic.
Our garlic is a cross between elephant garlic and a medium garlic my wife's cousin gave us 15 years ago.
Christopher Shepherd wrote:She told me one day she thinks it is awesome that I help others get started growing things.
sid Deshotel wrote:Hey Robin is there any way that I can get a few of those seeds?
Exactly *how* did you do this? Hot peppers or sweet peppers? Whole or chopped? What sort of temperature? Your victorious in piquing my interest!
Joshua Myrvaagnes wrote:--I made yogurt starter from scratch with two peppers and raw milk (leaving the stems on is the trick). It came out so good texture-wise, and it's making nice yogurt.
Life just hasn't been the same since the volcano erupted and now the air is full of tiny ads.
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