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  • If you are planting multiples, try each plant a different way. I had some indeterminate heirloom tomatoes I just let go. I ended up with a tomato patch and 70 lbs of tomatoes all the way into December. The variety was called "Mortgage Lifter" They are a wet seedy tomato but very good to eat. Barbara Ebel http://www.couturecostume.com Welcome to GreenKnowe.org | greenknowe.org...
    Barbara Ebel Jun 20, 2014
  • Im of a lightly different opinion. I have had good luck with poor growing medium. Really rich stuff seems to encourage rot during this precarious stage. I dont use stuff completely devoid of nutrients however. I think its too hard on the plant. It also depends a bit on what you are trying to start. I have had good luck with rooting hormone, but mine says not for use on food plants...
    Barbara Ebel Mar 15, 2013
  • Spam hmmmm. But do you also get the e-book? Barbara From: erik To: pfaf@^$1 Sent: Friday, December 7, 2012 12:29 AM Subject: Re: [pfaf] FREE E-BOOK: Introduction to Permaculture Design and Sustainable Living yes, and once asked for this ebook, you will receive spam daily!!!!! (out of experience) On 12/07/2012 02:31 AM, Feral Mycelium wrote: > Hello friends, > > We're thrilled to...
    Barbara Ebel Dec 7, 2012
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  • I bought a piper nigrum vine. I transplanted it into regular potting soil. Now some of the leaves are turning black around the edges and one has fallen off. Its trying to tell me something but I have no idea what. Please help. I dont want to loose this plant. Barbara Ebel http://www.couturecostume.com http://www.greenknowe.org
    Barbara Ebel Apr 17, 2012
  • Im not sure how cold you are thinking but piper nigrum likes shade. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/2175/ Barbara Ebel http://www.couturecostume.com http://www.greenknowe.org From: Allmende Verden To: pfaf@^$1 Sent: Wednesday, February 1, 2012 2:37 AM Subject: Re: [pfaf] plant suggestions shade and cooler temp galium odoratum does well in the shade. ***Steph Zitat von nova...
    Barbara Ebel Feb 1, 2012
  • Two things, This year our apple tree which in normally very fruitful, only has apples on the lower 1/3 of the branches. Does this mean anything to anyone? Second, I have noticed white fluffly stuff on the tree, I think its some sort of fungus. It looks almost like a bit of thready fluff off a cotton ball. This is new to our apple tree. Any help appreciated. Barbara Ebel http://www...
    Barbara Ebel Oct 13, 2011