F Styles wrote:Here is the MSDS on all the bricks. http://www.fuziontechnologies.us/download/msds-pdf/Duro%20II%20III,%20Duro%20Dot%2007-13-12.pdf
here is their email addresses: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
and their contact info: Fuzion Technologies, Inc.
P.O. Box 338
Freeport, PA 16229
John Polk wrote:I suggest checking the "Free" section of Craig'sList frequently.
Around here, I often see free manure offered (You load/haul).
Try to avoid manure from people who de-worm their animals with chemicals (it can kill your worms also!)
Jeanine Gurley wrote:This is what I am planting right now:
English Peas (sweet peas)
All lettuces/greens - Bok Choi, Tat Soi, Baby Choi
Carrots will only be sweet when harvested in the cold. My husband didn't believe me this year and took some of my late carrots that I was trying to let go to seed. Bitter, bitter, bitter.
I can get away with some english peas if our winter is mild - it's worth the chance.
All the tender greens I plant in the green house or under cover - not so much because of the cold but because all of the critters (birds, rabbits, squirrels etc.) will do almost anything to get at them.
You can plant a little of this every week or every couple of weeks all winter for a continuous supply of whatever happens to be coming up.
I eat the greens from the onions, turnips and beets and then later harvest the root.
Also - try your luck at broccoli brussel sprouts and cauliflour. This is THE time to grow them but I just don't have the touch.
Garlic I plant last week of September or first week of October.
A lot of people don't realize that the south eastern garden can provide food all winter long. If we do get a freeze a lot of that stuff bounces right back. Good luck and happy planting!