roberta mccanse wrote:Or will I eventually need an out house?
Timothy Markus wrote:
I've got a 1500W 12V inverter that I can power from my car, though I've never had to use it. I bought it on sale for half off and it's really the cheapest way I know of to be able to run a fridge, freezer, or furnace fan (one at a time).
Brian Michael wrote:Do you guys know what would cause the locations where it was limbed to "donut" like that?
Marco Banks wrote:
Sweet potatoes and cherry tomatoes might as well he a perennial, the way they continue to volunteer year after year.
Cindy Loos wrote:Very informative. Thank you.
But I DO have a question...
How do you keep squirrels from eating your hazels
Steve Landau wrote:My filberts took 6 years to finally fruit, the bush waited until it was 10 ft tall and about 15 ft across before I found a few nuts on it this year.
Hazelnuts 4 years - Not until the stalks were about 5 ft tall.
Lana Weldon wrote:And you also help wildlife by growing hazel:
Tereza Okava wrote:We have a few sourdough threads, in at least one I described my hooch issues, they have been mostly resolved by refrigerating during all but the coldest part of the year, unless I'm doing serious baking (multiple recipes per day or days in a row) and then keeping it very thick when its not refrigerated.
Kimbo Baugh wrote: I find that the % of whole grain and length of time the dough ferments factors in. Whole grains will make your sourdough a lot more sour.