Jones County, Iowa
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we have an easement that is currently being used by a nuisance neighbor. He continually leaves his things on our property because of some reason that if he leaves it there long enough it can become contested as his? My question is how do we revoke this easement? I have heard this is virtually impossible. However, his property recently became accessible on the opposite side (0.7 miles) around the block, from a public road. We are tired of being abused by this neighbor and would like to make him use the public access. Is it possible to revoke an easement?
Jones County IA about 5 years ago
Does this problem look like flea beetle? I saw a couple very tiny black bugs. The foliage is curling and the leaves have holes? If so, what should I use? If not, then what?
Jones County IA about 6 years ago
When will the online GAP training courses be available?
Jones County IA over 3 years ago
Saw this on my walk this morning. He was moving quickly! What type of caterpillar is it?
Jones County IA 27 days ago
How do you get rid of pigeons? They are roosting above our store building on mainstreet and making a mess on the sidewalk, down the building and windows. We have tried rubber snakes, to scare them away. But that hasn't helped. If you have any remedies for this please advise. Thank you, Dionne Prull
Jones County IA almost 4 years ago
My niece and her family purchased a older home. They moved in December. Once it got nice outside these snakes appeared inside and outside her home. They are found in the home, in the kids toy box, the basement, in the walls. They hear them. They find snake skins all over the home. Mostly corn, garter and bull snakes. Her kids are 4 and 7. They are currently building a new home. Will these snakes leave once old home is gone? If you would like to talk to her I can give ya a phone number, I don't think she has an email. Please let me know your thoughts or any question. Thank You Ronda Holub
Jones County IA 4 months ago
I have several species and want to make sure that they don't cross-pollinate. How far apart should I plant them?
I have the Carmen pink which I let self seed which it does very nicely. I started out with one plant and now that entire area of about 20+ feet has filled in between my day lilies and butterfly weed.
I also have bell pink that I let self seed and it has stayed pretty much around and under my small tree. My bell white that has never self seeded and is under a maple which might be the reason. I will have to try and plant it's seeds.
I have a blue with white that self seeded and this year looks like it is filling in nicely in front of my clematis.
I just bought the purple and white and another blue and white variety so now, how far apart should I keep these guys from the others? Seems so far I am doing good but want to keep it that way.
Thanks for your guidance.
Jones County IA about 2 years ago