The attached tree appears to have an infection. Can you look at it and do a diagnosis and/or make a recommendation?
If I can't find edible suet, what can I substitute for it in our homemade Mince meat?
Story County Iowa over 4 years ago
I have a Mandevilla that is two years old.I put it outside in the summer. I brought it in last year and was able to keep it in qa very sunny window. It did very well. In summer I took it out again, and it did great. Now I have it inside again but do not have as much sun exposure as last year. It has dropped most of its leaves, but is growing from the ends of the vines. My question is: can I cut this back severely to allow it to grow all new shoots, or will this be detrimental?
Brown County Minnesota over 4 years ago
What should you do with lawn grass in the fall...with regard to mowing and the prevention of moles? How short should grass be cut, and should it be picked up?
Minnehaha County South Dakota lawns and turf over 4 years ago
I would like to open a Weekly Farmer's Market in Pine Grove. Do you have any resources that could help me get this started? I have contacted the zoning office so far, and I have started making a list of possible vendors. Long term I would like this to be year round and will be looking for an indoor venue to host in, similar to the Lebanon Farmer's Market but with less permanent vendors.
Schuylkill County Pennsylvania over 4 years ago
Hi - My wife bought a bunch of bulbs yesterday (because they were marked down to $1 each). I think they are tulips and daffodils. She said that they are supposed to be planted before December. I haven't tried, but I'm assuming that my ground is frozen (I live in St. Paul). What do you recommend I do with the bulbs? I do have some large pots in my basement that I brought in for the winter before they froze. Can I plant the bulbs in them and then keep them in the basement so the dirt doesn't freeze and break the pots?
Ramsey County Minnesota over 4 years ago
Hello. I am starting to formulate some ideas and a business plan to start a for profit vegetable farm to serve local restaurants and on-site sales in the Perrysburg area of NW Ohio. I would also be creating a CSA sales. What sections of your website or other resources are available for me to read or contact in regards to writing a business proposal, creating survey questions of area needs,specifically restaurants, and also production costs for crops? Thank you very much. Ryan Boeding
Wood County Ohio over 4 years ago
I have an east facing shallow slope of about 4 acres that I would like to eventually turn into a permaculture food forest site. We live in Zone 5A and currently use the field as part of a rotational grazing plan for cows, pigs, and chickens. We are right on top of a hill with nonstop wind all year round, so we are thinking of planting at least 200 trees in windrows to break up the wind and to more clearly define our grazing paddocks. Eventually the trees would be culled down to probably around 100 left. I am looking to plant as diverse a selection as possible. We have a LOT of native apple trees, and will be transplanting many of the seedlings. We also have plenty of black walnut in the area and we are hoping to be able to start several of those for this project. Elderberries (while not a fruit tree) do very well in this area, and we will be incorporating them into this project also. We are looking for any advice on what fruits (trees, shrubs, bushes, etc) are native to this area, or that others have had success bringing in. We are also interested in non-fruit recommendations. (flowers, ground-cover, trees, bushes, etc.)
why rye grass have purple leaves not all grass is purple . has green leaves and purple. did not ferlitze
Wise County Texas pastures and forages over 4 years ago
Are you having a septic tank seminar in Charles County?
Charles County Maryland over 4 years ago