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re: Moving out of Baton Rouge.... Zachary or Prarieville/Gonzales - pointdog33
[quote]The town was not impacted by the flood fwiw[/quote] There was a good bit of flooding in Zachary. ...
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re: Any govt agency to inspect a yellowing oak tree - pointdog33
It is said that water oaks live for 25-30 years then die for 25-30 years. Yours may have started its dying process. Can you post a picture it? ...
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re: Any govt agency to inspect a yellowing oak tree - pointdog33
How old is the tree? Water oaks hollow out once they get older. There is nothing that can be done to save one once it begins to hollow. ...
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re: Fast Passes at Disney - pointdog33
Yeah. Having the app on your phone is a must. It allows you to see to and get to ones that have available times. Disney isn't a place I particularly enjoy, but proper fast pass usage made it so we never waited for long periods of time. Schedule the most popular ones first then bounce to around t...
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re: Propane torch weed control - pointdog33
Burning releases nutrients bound to dead organic matter. Burning stimulates growth and removes excess organic litter. The idea that all organic matter in the soil is good organic matter is a false notion. Things like wood mulch, shavings, and non-decayed vegetation will actually bind nitrogen w...
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re: Strange noise heard by animal at night - pointdog33
Blue Herons make a funny sound that sounds screechy and monkey-like. Example below [link=(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbNcdRrrJHs)]LINK[/link]...
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re: Propane torch weed control - pointdog33
[quote]using 40 pounds of propane to kill weeds around your driveway isn't doing it right at all, but it sure is fun.[/quote] This is undeniable. Also a great for starting charcoal for the pit or burning piles and even the occasional ant pile & wasp nest. ...
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re: Propane torch weed control - pointdog33
They're fun to use just because of the fact it's like a mini flame thrower, but the practicality of them is limited in my opinion. They use a lot of propane quickly and damage anything around them. The proponents of them like to claim that it eliminates using synthetic chemicals and therefore b...
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re: It's almost garden time boys! - pointdog33
Bacterial spot or blight on the tomato. Mancozeb or Chlorothalonil sprayed once a week for that. It'll protect the new growth. Check under the leaf for aphids on your pepper plant. I had an outbreak a few weeks back. I don't like to use the recommended malathion for aphids just because of the...
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re: Bourdain comments on the douche economy. - pointdog33
I wholeheartedly agree with his disdain for misrepresentation of food products. The use of buzz words by restaurants and markets that prey on the public's lack of knowledge of the production processes or products themselves is bad for the food production industry. They have created markets base...
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re: Insect/Bug/Pest ID - pointdog33
I believe that may be them. When I saw there bodies, my first thought was that looks like a chewing louse you'd see on an animal. ...
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re: Insect/Bug/Pest ID - pointdog33
Does it look like the bugs are actually moving within the web or that they are caught in it? Tent catepillars will make a web covering trees like that so I'm wondering if those aren't just stuck in the web rather than the web makers themselves....
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re: Anybody here looking to invest in an up-and-coming paintball dynasty? - pointdog33
I'm in. Shoot me an email bouttreefiddy@gmail.com ...
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re: What is this grass - pointdog33
Coco Grass which is in the sedge family...
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re: It's almost garden time boys! - pointdog33
Cucumber beetle. Sap suckers that should be killed. ...
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re: It's almost garden time boys! - pointdog33
Sedge Hammer has a 30 day pre-harvest interval, so I hope you aren't planning on eating anything from your garden anytime soon. ...
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re: Fishing the tides - pointdog33
We've always fished beaches on the incoming tide and bays on the falling. Avoid the slack tide time around the peak before it begins to fall. ...
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re: It's almost garden time boys! - pointdog33
[quote]too much foliage promotes fungal disease. [/quote] Only if it contacts the ground. Good foliage is needed for shade to prevent sun scorch. ...
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re: Lawn mower recommendation - pointdog33
Exmark Radius Series 48inch. Spend the money and get a good mower. You get what you pay for and there's a reason big box shite is cheap. ...
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re: It's almost garden time boys! - pointdog33
You sure it's a grass and not a sedge? Sedges are much harder to kill. ...
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