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    Meadowlark replied to the thread side dress sweet corn at v12?.
    1) What part of the above do you not understand? 2) Have you had a soil test? Without one, you are just guessing and very likely to...
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    Chicken per yard, cow per row I am guessing
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    Meadowlark replied to the thread side dress sweet corn at v12?.
    No need to dig a trench...just sprinkle your fertilizer around the base off the plants and water it in. I noticed you mentioned...
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    Meadowlark replied to the thread Aggressive weed, help!.
    Well, little or big whose counting? ;) It must be airborne seeds as you suggested. Good work!
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    Meadowlark reacted to DirtMechanic's post in the thread Aggressive weed, help! with Like Like.
    Haha also called little mimosa
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    Meadowlark replied to the thread Aggressive weed, help!.
    That's it....excellent find, Mrsclem. Apparently very common in Louisiana . Widely known as gripewood or chamberbitter. LSU article...
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    Meadowlark reacted to Mrsclem's post in the thread Aggressive weed, help! with Like Like.
    Phyllanthus urinaria- Chamber bitter. Looked this one up several years ago when I noticed it popping up in my garden. Removal before it...
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    Meadowlark replied to the thread Aggressive weed, help!.
    Howdy Wendco. I first started seeing this obnoxious weed last year for the first time ever. At first, I suspected that it may have...
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    Meadowlark replied to the thread potatoes.
    I agree with Durgan...but it does depend on your climate. Here in East Texas we often have wet and humid conditions about the time the...
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    Meadowlark reacted to skinyea's post in the thread compost with Like Like.
    I have been really trying to learn the best way to compost. I run a restaurant and 1 year ago started taking home all the veggie...
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    Meadowlark replied to the thread potatoes.
    Potatoes are low acid and hence require pressure canning not water bath processing. Low acid canned goods retain much of the flavor of...
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    Meadowlark posted the thread Okra time in Vegetables.
    Okra is widely grown and prized across the Southern U.S. It is prolific as long as the pods are harvested regularly. We love it fried...
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    I have always used Ball lids but several years ago Walmart and every other store was sold out. This was pre-pandemic. I opted to buy the...
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    Canning lids are not something I want to re-use. At less than $.40 per on Amazon, I'm not going to risk the health of anyone who may eat...
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    Meadowlark replied to the thread potatoes.
    Yes air circulation is key especially in my hot and humid climate. Mice are going to get into just about any container...better to use...
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