I think I fall into the ‘Lacks Passion‘ part of the equation. 2 for 3… Not bad! Trying to ebb into the 3 for 3 ‘Sweet Spot’!
I’ve got a few directions to go now and I’m pretty manic about them. No worries, tho. I embrace some of my crazy. Better manic that depressed 😉 I will certainly share these directions after I completely commit.
I hope to get on-board with some career coaching, even. Does anyone have a reference or does this sort of thing? Please contact me with your rates. I see no reason that this can’t all be done on-line these days. So, it doesn’t matter where you are.
To that end, my posts and visits to your blogs will become a bit more sporadic, due to the focus I must place on my journey. I will certainly share posts about Horticulture Therapy, as I have always been a writer and can’t completely disappear 😉 I also learn so much when I write posts, not only from the research while writing, but from the comments section also! Writing about HT will just strengthen my knowledge.
Woo hoo! It’s Friday!! And I’m gonna ice that cake with our annual birthday pig roast this Saturday!! Here is a past post. And another. I’m here for the bacon bread and the crunchy, salty, garlic skin. MMMMMM! Oddly enough, I eat little of the pig, else-wise. I like all the things the other folks bring, also.
My neighbor told me last week that the pig the neighbor cooked up (without my hubby around) was overdone and didn’t compare to my hubby’s. SNAP!!! What a compliment, the padewan has surpassed the master. 😉
I hope your weekend is as good as mine will be!! Namaste 🙂
•These trees have chicken fencing around them, but it’s right against the bark. It needs to be away (1 foot) from the trunk and at least 6 inches underground, as best as possible.
•There are commercial repellants to use, but need to be reapplied often & don’t generally work according to the experts.
•Spread blood meal, cayenne pepper, manure or dog or human hair around plants.
•Spray plants with a solution of hot pepper sauce and water or vinegar. Reapply the solution after each rain. This solution can be rinsed off of vegetables after harvest and will not affect the taste.
•Use a foul-tasting spray deterrent that contains bitrex. Do not use bitrex sprays on vegetable plants because it will affect the taste of the produce.
•The last solution is a fine rabbit stew. Mmm.
Preventing damage should start from last year’s observations, if possible. Most likely, if you had them last year in your garden they will be back.
Clear leaf litter from around susceptible plants. Don’t give them a place to hide.
Make a barrier of eggshells, twigs, or ashes around the plants as they don’t like to crawl over rough or sharp material. Copper wire or pipe is also effective, relying on the premise that the copper delivers an electric shock to them.
Provide a halved orange upside down as bait at night, and remove the takers the next morning.
Use a shallow lid buried in the ground and fill with beer or lemonade. Slugs and snails cannot resist a free drink, and will come and drown in the pool.
For smaller plants, make a cloche by cutting the bottom off a plastic bottle, bury slightly, and remove the lid for ventilation.
Encourage frogs and birds to your garden as they can’t resist a meal of escargot!
*Cool, wet, spring weather will aggravate the spread of this disease.
If the average daily temperature at the time of leaf budding is below 55 °F, anthracnose infections will be severe. If the average daily temperature is 60F or above during this time, disease incidence will be greatly reduced.
Happy Moanday! My hubby has been smoke free for two weeks now!! Yeah!! It as been pretty difficult. I’ve stopped eating processed foods and carbs. We’ve been doing pretty good, aside from the bickering