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Re: New Email From A Friend I am David Freeman, a principal partner at Paull & Williamsons Solicitors in Scotland.I am contacting you because I would like to request for your undivided
David Freeman
May 1, 2011
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How do I get rid f moss? H have tried poring and spreading sawdust and of course all the chemical agents - anybody got some interesting suggettions? onuallae
onuallae
Oct 20, 2008
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Re: Dogs urine burning lawns We have a product in western PA called "K-9 Turf" available at some garden centers. The chemical analysis shows it contains large amounts of gypsum. This
tonychep
Oct 2, 2008
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Animal Urine Effect Hi, I am muthuklrishnan. I use cows urine, diluted 1:4 as best pesticide. use cows urine + cow dung + water( half litter +quarter kg+ 4 litters of water)mixed
vmk_7
Oct 2, 2008
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Re: Dogs urine burning lawns There is a commercial product available in western PA called "K-9 turf" that lowers the water table a little so the urin drains down below the root zone. The
tonychep
Oct 2, 2008
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Re: Dogs urine burning lawns ... lawn ... sprinkel on my yards to provent my dogs from pean in certain spots in my yard.theres alot of spices dogs just dont like and the smell of them
fotnofuth
Oct 2, 2008
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Dogs urine burning lawns Has any one any idea how to prevent, cure or even reduce the burn effect of dogs especially bitches who tend to pee anywhere on the lawn whereas males will
Trevor & Bev. Andrews
Sep 29, 2008
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Re: fruit trees ... i ... thanks for the advice so hopefully by next year it should be ok thanks fromzazzlyn
rossalynd.thompson
Sep 12, 2008
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Re: fruit trees ... i ... he is right plus you want to buy nitrgean sikies put it around the drip line the outer part of the tee .this will help the new growth .
stephen
Sep 12, 2008
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FW: reporting spam Dear group members, I am very sorry for allowing the spam messages that appear in this digest through to the group. We'll be certain to take stronger measures
Jami Heldt
Sep 5, 2008
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Re: fruit trees ... just wait it will take next year after moving it
dutch6662001
Sep 4, 2008
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fruit trees i need some advice about my pear tree it isn't bearing fruit since i moved it from the previouse place can some one help me pleasew zazlyn
rossalynd.thompson
Sep 3, 2008
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Re: What is the cheapest, but easy way to aeriate my st. augustine g ... aeriate my st. augustine grass ... home depot good luck ... that are green but are not thick like other areas... is this an aeriation problem or thatching?
jrkellington
Aug 4, 2008
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help!! I HAVE AN ALLOTMENT AND I MOVED MY PEAR TREE AND IT FRUITED ONCE ABOUT 1YR AGO AND NOW IT BLOSSOMS BUT DOESN'T BEAR FRUIT. ALSO I BOUGHT A PLUM TREE FROM netto
rossalynd.thompson
Aug 4, 2008
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Re: The best fertilizer known to man ... DONT BELIEVE ALL YOUR TOLD!
rossalynd.thompson
Aug 4, 2008
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Re: Newbie here............ ... that ... know ... I ... WATER THE GRASS AND FEED BOTH LAWNS WITH A DROP OF TOEMATOE FEED 3-4 TIMES A WEEK IT SHOULD WORK IT DID FOR ME
rossalynd.thompson
Aug 4, 2008
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Santa Ana Im having trouble sending this so am trying again. Apologies if it is a multiple post! Hi all, I am new to the group but just wanted to get some advice on our
Luke Schneider
Jul 28, 2008
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Newbie here............ Hello all. Just joined this group looking to learn some things about gardening. Moved from an apartment building into a house. Now that I am a homer owner
Bill
Jul 28, 2008
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The best fertilizer known to man According to a lot of reading I've done, rabbit manure is the best fertilizer known to man. It can be used for household gardens, and has a low risk of
melosnow1
Jul 28, 2008
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Re: Fruit Trees ... have ... produce ... ANSWER; DIG AROUND THE BASE OF THE TREE'S OR TREE AND BEFORE YOU PUT MULTCH AROUND GET A 4' PEICE OF PLASTIC PIPE 1I/2 INCHES IN
pam.david1
Jul 28, 2008
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Fruit Trees All of my fruit bearing trees produce smaller than normal fruit.I have a peach tree and a fig tree. What can i do to get the trees to produce a better quality
thackte
Jul 17, 2008
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BEST GRASS TO GROW IN SHADE AREA I AM HAVING A HARD TIME GROWING GRASS IN BACKYARD DUE TO SHADE FROM TREES WHAT CAN I PUT DOWN SEED WISE IALREADY HAVE TITAN FESCU BUT IT STOP GROWING ANY SUGG.
nutnbolt757
Jul 17, 2008
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Re: What is the cheapest, but easy way to aeriate my st. augustine g don't try the spikes on the foot method it does not work. I. rent aerator for half day .2. fertilize with Scotts starter fertilizer you don't want to burn the
lawndoc7
Jun 9, 2008
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Re: What is the cheapest, but easy way to aeriate my st. augustine g Scotts has good fertilizer ... From: lawndoc7@... To: craftsmanlawn@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, June 08, 2008 4:25 PM Subject: [craftsmanlawn] Re:
lawndoc7
Jun 8, 2008
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Re: What is the cheapest, but easy way to aeriate my st. augustine g fertilizer put a light shot pkus air rate it with a good unit from home depot good luck
lawndoc7@...
Jun 8, 2008
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What is the cheapest, but easy way to aeriate my st. augustine grass I have mostly clay soil and there are some parts of the lawn that are green but are not thick like other areas... is this an aeriation problem or thatching?
mattcoop2@...
Jun 2, 2008
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Re: Ground cover Whether you have sun or shade will make a difference as to what will grow best. I have vinca, silver beacon grass and wintercreeper in the shade. I'm
judy.stinson@...
Jun 1, 2008
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Re: Ground cover for a steep slope, i'd try the no mow grass. the website is www.nomowgrass.com its an excellent barefoot grass, it gets mowed twice a year. once in the
naughty cherub
Jun 1, 2008
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Re: Where can I get old fashioned Wooden Rain Barrels locally or ord I dont know where your at but there is a craft/seasonal store in the center of Hillsboro ohio that has them, 15.00 per 1/2 barrell if you like i could look up
randy davidson
May 29, 2008
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Re: patio gardens Been doing tomatoes in wine cask planters for years even in cold cold Germany but now that I am in Oklahoma I have peppers, mint and sage for seasoning, yellow
    hfsi@...
    May 29, 2008
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