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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
That is good to hear. I ordered some tromboncino, sugar baby watermelon, and sugar cube cantaloupe seeds. I've never grown cantaloupe or watermelon, but I love both, so I'm gonna give it a shot. ...
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
A little bit of epsom salt in your planting holes should help remedy your magnesium deficiency. Maybe side dress every month or so after planting. ...
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re: Help me avoid paying $200 for an I pilot remote - bluemoons
[quote]frick an ulterra. I got a really good price on this one but still, frick em[/quote] I love the Ulterra and wouldn't trade the convenience of power trim for the world, but the new remotes are infuriating. I had the 1st gen Ulterra and it fell off of my boat in the middle of Lake Pontchartrain...
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
Thanks man. Mine is an L3902. Perfect size for my piece. Do yall start pole beans inside? Or direct sow? I’ve never grown them before. ...
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
Sweet. I just ordered some...
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
[quote]That looks fantastic! And that’s a beautiful piece of property you got there. [/quote] Thanks :cheers: Both the property and the pup are a work in progress. [quote]I’ve read that the vine borer resistant tromboncino squash does very well on a trellis. And butternut. I’m sure most s...
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
[quote]What are you planning to grow on the trellis?[/quote] Right now just Adam Gherkin and Sweet Success cucumbers. Looking for other ideas though. We aren’t huge on beans but I may grow some anyway. Do yall start them inside or just plant them in the garden? I stopped starting cucumbers inside...
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
Had anybody grown spaghetti squash? Smaller watermelons? looking for some other plants to grow on this trellis besides cucumbers. ...
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
Got everything built and filled yesterday afternoon and today. This was a job. I bought 6 yards of mason sand to raise the interior of the landscape timbers in case I eventually sod around the garden area. Didn't want to create a low spot. My native soil is also primarily clay and compacted so I wan...
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re: What’s a good EDC knife - bluemoons
I also need a new knife. I lost my Benchmade mini grip after like 7 years, which was the GOAT IMO, but they stopped making them in different colors for some dumb reason. I've been waiting on KnifeWorks to stock more of the Doug Ritter Mini RSKs which are basically a clone. I've been wanting to ch...
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re: Buy a Rock Island AR12, get a Rock Island TM22 Feather 22 LR - bluemoons
[quote]semi auto .22. [/quote] If he's looking for AR-type platform, the S&W M&P 15-22 is hard to beat. Had one for years and it cycles great and isn't super picky about ammo. ...
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re: Let's talk sprayers...backpack or carry - bluemoons
[quote]LINK[/quote] I have a FlowZone with several TeeJet nozzles. (Mostly use 11004 for herbicides). It’s incredible. I went back and forth on spending the money for years and can’t believe I waited that long. It’s made life so much easier. ...
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re: Golden retriever breeder …updated - bluemoons
Saw your update. If you're looking for a field dog, check out/contact Topbrass Retrievers (https://topbrassgoldens.com/). Jackie Mertens started and developed the Topbrass lines and she's regarded as one of the most accomplished trainers/breeders in the United States. If you look at a lot of the mod...
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
Busy weekend ahead for me. Picking up lumber, compost, peat moss, and vermiculite today. Hoping to get my garden area framed, sand laid, weed fabric down, and boxes framed by lunch on Saturday. Depending on how I feel after that, I'll either fill the beds Saturday afternoon, or wait until Sunday mor...
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re: Golden retriever breeder …updated - bluemoons
This post reminded me, but another point on field bred goldens. They do not shed nearly as much as bench dogs or labs. Their coats are going to be more coarse/wiry and not quite as soft/plush as a bench dog's coat. My dogs generally shed heavily twice a year for about a week....
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re: Golden retriever breeder …updated - bluemoons
Did he come from Swamp Collie in GA? They have some nice looking dogs. I have two female Topbrass dogs but one is old/retired and the other is just a pup. I haven't decided if I'd like to breed her yet....
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re: Golden retriever breeder …updated - bluemoons
[quote]hunnington farms[/quote] I have been around dozens of HF dogs. Some of them have been fine. Others not so much. My neighbor had two and they were a couple of the worst dogs I've ever been around, a lot of which had to do with her. Both died less than 10y/o from odd health issues. That's no...
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re: 2024 Spring Garden Thread - bluemoons
I'm building my garden area and boxes this weekend. Here's the bed plan: [img]https://i.imgur.com/1lxW75L.jpeg?1[/img] I'm building a 20x24' area surrounding the two boxes as a base and in case I need to build a fence sometime in the future. I'm going to border the area with landscape timbers ...
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re: Louisiana Deer hunters, How was your season? - bluemoons
Mine was great. I got a new bow (Phase 4) before the season for the first time in 12 years and went 6/6 on animals with it this year. Tagged out in Area 4 and got the buck I've been hunting for 2 years. Biggest deer I've ever killed and by far the biggest with a bow. Had 3 encounters with him this y...
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re: My input/observation on LA Redfish - bluemoons
[quote]I just think the bowfishing argument as the main issue here is wrong. Let the downvotes commence.[/quote] Who makes that argument? Whoever does is irrational. The “main issue” is that the redfish population is in significant decline and is being overfished. There are many causes that c...
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