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re: Dwarf Citrus Trees in Louisiana - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]Just last week I saw that my original two had produced sprouts from the root balls. So now I have those as well growing again. [/quote] Anything growing below the graft line will not produce what you are looking for, as the root stock is a totally different plant. The citrus tree dies, bu...


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re: Question about 401k - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]Wells Fargo is who they do it through, and at the top of the website it says that the incoming monies will always be allocated towards the company stock[/quote] My thought is that this may continue with "unless you direct us otherwise", but that note is not explicit, at least in what you a...


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re: Question about 401k - Dusty Bottoms
Something is not adding up. I cannot imagine her company could mandate that 401k contributions go toward company stock. Have you confirmed this with a quick phone call to Wells Fargo? I may very well be wrong, but what you described just doesn't sound right....


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re: HOA fees for neighborhood - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]This is your problem.[/quote] Yep, management company. I've actually considered starting such a business because it is easy money, but I have an issue staking my success on HOA boards who change with the wind and bicker about everything under the sun....


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re: Sweet corn is about done for the year. - Dusty Bottoms
I was all aboard until this... [quote]It cost $375 for five pounds.[/quote] Sadly, I guess I'll continue to hoe and spray....


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re: Geothermal hypothetical question: cooling pool water - Dusty Bottoms
Seems like a slow steady circulation would not warrant 250' given the temp differential, but I am no engineer!...


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re: Geothermal hypothetical question: cooling pool water - Dusty Bottoms
Also, I have a 400' well run by a simple low powered pump. I would think what you are proposing is achievable. Oh, and the water is refreshingly cool....


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re: Geothermal hypothetical question: cooling pool water - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]In most of the United States, the average temperature of the earth once below the frost line is between 55 and 57 degrees Fahrenheit (13 to 14 degrees Celsius). Frost line depths vary from region to region. In the USA frost lines can range from just under the surface to more than 40 inches.[/...


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re: Critique my pool and outdoor kitchen layout - Dusty Bottoms
Love it and would like to do something very similar. I'm curious, about how much will this set you back?...


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re: How do I get rid of Bahiagrass? - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]Mix 1oz of MSM with at least 20 gallons of water [/quote] Hard to believe, isn't it? Especially when comparing to 40% glyphosphate/Roundup at 2 oz / gallon....


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re: How do I get rid of Bahiagrass? - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]Shouldn't see much chlorosis of your grass if you use the MSM according to the label, and your lawn is one of the tolerant turf grasses listed on the label.[/quote] Got it. My "lawn" is about 10 acres, no yard turf (centipede, st. aug, etc.). Outside of some wild bermuda in spots, it is ...


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re: How do I get rid of Bahiagrass? - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]MSM [/quote] What is left behind once this stuff does its thing? Is it total kill? Does it kill everything but bermuda? etc. ETA: I see, it does not kill centipede, bermuda, st. augustine or zoysia. But what about field turf. Am I going to have charred turf, or is this selective to...


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re: How much money should I be saving? - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]I was thinking I could put 800$ away every two weeks [/quote] So, $1,600/mo to save: $458/month in Roth IRA (call Vanguard and set one up...very easy). $5,500/yr is max allowed. $500/month in taxable Vanguard funds or ETFs (something like Total Stock Market with small mix of Total...


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re: Just met La'el Collins - Dusty Bottoms
Did he want that repeated? I guess if not he should not have shared, but still......


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re: How much for used weber - Dusty Bottoms
My older model Weber Genesis is a good 15 years old. It's a quality grill and has held up well. I use it regularly and have replaced the starter, flavorizor bars, grates and burners a few times. They are pricey but are a lot cheaper than buying a new grill every few years. You're getting a gre...


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re: Google Unveils Self-Driving Cars - Dusty Bottoms
What happens when some Russian hacks the network and starts driving cars off cliffs or into each other?...


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re: need advice on a wireless fence for dog... - Dusty Bottoms
Buried wire you can tailor to the shape of your yard. Circular is just that, so the shortest property line from center becomes your radius. That could leave out half your yard. Mine is buried and covers around 10 acres. No problems other than a contractor cutting the line after being told to w...


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re: Snake ID - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]Wife wanted to make sure it was dead. [/quote] Mission definitely accomplished....


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re: Centipede to Zoysia? Need help, like usual. - Dusty Bottoms
[quote]The Zoysia will take over the centipede.[/quote] Speaking from experience, I had a gorgeous zoysia lawn at a previous home. The neighbors on both sides had St. Aug. Several times a year, I had to pull St. Aug. runners to keep them from spreading into and taking over my lawn. My zoysia w...


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re: 4/22/14 Pics of Tiger Stadium Expansion Showing New Scoreboard - Dusty Bottoms
Can someone fark some ads on this thing, please?...


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