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re: LSU 3 @ Tennessee 6 Final

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/12/24 at 9:05 pm
What a chicken shite review. Screw Vitello....

re: LSU 3 @ Tennessee 6 Final

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/12/24 at 6:52 pm
29 pitches in one inning. No way he goes six at this rate....

re: LSU 3 @ Tennessee 6 Final

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/12/24 at 6:46 pm
Well…. I see how this game is gonna go....

re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/12/24 at 10:38 am
[quote]i was thinking of getting pine straw, where do you get it? [/quote] My local garden center carries both round and square bales of it. The round bales are bigger. I have also seen these at Home Depot. [link=(https://www.homedepot.com/p/Vigoro-Premium-Long-Leaf-Bagged-Pine-Straw-Mulch-2-...
Echo RB-60. The only complaint I have is the agitator sits a little too high. But there are mods all over the internet for that....

re: Okra Variety

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/12/24 at 8:47 am
Cajun Jewel is a good one. There's really not a huge difference between a lot of them, to be honest. If you want a pretty unique variety that makes a large pod, try Star of David okra....

re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/12/24 at 7:47 am
[quote] "back to eden" gardening method?[/quote] It was a big inspiration for me years ago. I did the wood chips thing for a long time but it attracted termites, roaches, and other insects. You could use cypress mulch because the termites don't bother with it, but then you are contributing to t...
Wow, Callender. That was terrible....

re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/10/24 at 8:19 pm
I hope everyone fared well today with the bad weather this morning. We had a tornado pass through the northern portion of my neighborhood. Luckily property damage was minimal. I was at work and my wife and kids were at home. I lost contact with them for over an hour and was a nervous wreck. The...

re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/10/24 at 8:44 am
[quote] I'm pretty sure it's because the nighttime temps have still been mostly in the 50s[/quote] This. Once the nighttime temperatures are consistently about 70, they’ll take off....

re: McNeese 0 @ LSU 16 Final

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/9/24 at 8:36 pm
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/9/24 at 10:59 am
[quote]What is the best option for weed killer in vegetable gardens?[/quote] [link=(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnpFYSIlye8)]Module 13 Garden Weeds[/link] If you go to about the 15 minute mark he starts going through the different herbicide options. [quote]Are you all snipping your pepp...
[quote]But plenty LOTR fans wanted more LOTR and clamored for it ever since The Hobbit movies were done. Even on this site/board, for a decade people talked bout wanting it adapted. The interest was there[/quote] I was one of them. I think the Peter Jackson films (LotR) had me and many others co...

re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/8/24 at 9:33 am
Leaf yellowing could be a sign of one or many different things. Nutrient deficiency, overwatering, underwatering, root rot, bacterial/fungal disease, improper soil pH, you name it. One of those things could lead to some of the others. You’ll need to figure out what’s out of balance....
[quote]much anticipated[/quote] [img]https://media4.giphy.com/media/bjB3gtFvREqqr5NAHW/200w.gif?cid=6c09b952tkfrbt7m4zvex17c221o73zlt355vwnds2nyyjg0&ep=v1_gifs_search&rid=200w.gif&ct=g[/img] I gave it a chance. I really tried. Never made it past the second episode....

re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/8/24 at 7:33 am
I appreciate the compliments. :cheers: I used to start my cucumbers and beans early and never had much trouble with transplanting them. Now it’s more a lack of space under the lights. With direct sowing they tend to creep for the first few weeks but then they take off like wildfire!...
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[quote]Hyperion is one of my favorite sci-fi series of all time. I even liked the later books which some people do not.[/quote] Same here....

re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread

Posted by PillageUrVillage on 4/7/24 at 5:52 pm
[quote]You mean those 10 weeds in the sunflower bed?[/quote] You should see what’s not in these pictures. :lol:...