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Hiking up near Scotchman Peak and came across this.
Clark County Idaho Posted about 1 month ago
I was wondering I need to warm up some teton potatoes and was wondering the best way to get them warmed up from 49 to 53
Cassia County Idaho potatoes Posted about 1 month ago
Need a little help identifying this beautiful guy!
Ada County Idaho Posted 2 months ago
My Armenian cucumber is huge, but has no, I repeat no blossoms. What could be the matter? I looks so healthy!
Ada County Idaho Posted 4 months ago
I am working with neighbor who has a mature 40' honey locust trees that over the last month is dropping a lot of it's leaves and showing heavy amount of yellow leaves on edge of the branches. We are also seeing yellowing grass underneath the canopy of the tree. The rest of lawn is fine. She did apply a broad leaf fertilizer a month ago that includes herbicide for billbugs. The temperature on the day of fertilizer was about 86'. Not for sure what time of day it was applied. Also we had a very wet late winter & spring about 250% of normal. I'm included a few photos of tree backed off and up close of yellowing leaves. Also photo of yellowing lawn underneath. Anyway, any input would be great. Thanks again for your help.. Don
Canyon County Idaho Posted 4 months ago
How do you kill wild morning glory that is growing in red fescue?
Ada County Idaho Posted 6 months ago
We would like to put in an evergreen hedge, but don't want arborvitae. Would cherry laurels (or English laurels) do well in the Meridian area? It would be about 12-15 feet from a smaller irrigation ditch, in full sun. What soil prep is required? Do they require much maintenance to have a somewhat natural-looking (not too manicured-looking) hedge? Is there anything else we should take into consideration?
Ada County Idaho Posted 9 months ago
How and when do you prune Interlaken grapes in southern Idaho ?
Twin Falls County Idaho Posted 9 months ago
hi my name is alberto lopez and i live en México at this moment and i have this silver like rock i found en idaho a couple of years back just want to know if you can help me with any info about the rock and if its worth anything.
Outside United States Posted 9 months ago
I have recently moved to Idaho from Laguna Beach, California.
We are now at 4,000 feet above sea level.
What must I do to adjust my recipes?
Twin Falls County Idaho food safety Posted 12 months ago