Tiffani Nute

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Taylor Stewart wrote:I like the idea of using other annuals as stakes. What about using something like a pearl millet or sorghum? Their leaves may be more apt to "catch" the tomato vines than a sunflower. If you don't grow a super tall variety, they should stay rooted well into the fall. I realize the tomatoes and an annual grass like millet may be in competition for nutrients, but it could be done. Maybe planting a row with seed spaced between 12-18'', about 12'' on either side of the plant?



In one bed we planted cherry tomatoes next to flint corn this year.  Staking up the tomatoes never got taken care of but we discovered that the tomato plants sprawled and grew up the corn beautifully.  We also have cilantro and chickweed interplanted in the bed to choke out weeds.  So far it's a guild planting my husband and I agree is worth repeating. I imagine you could replicate it on a larger scale, the bed we planted this way is only 8ft by 4ft.  
4 years ago
No 2 of 2 yet, also using Yahoo on chrome.
Tried the DL of the Rocket Mass Heater Manual again, it worked this time. I opened the PDF prior to saving it and saved it under a simple file name (RMHM), it opened like a charm. Thank you everyone for the help! (windows XP, firefox, and PDF complete are what I'm using)
I was able to dl the Rocket Mass Heater Manual, but when I opened it I received an error message about the document not being able to open. Hope this helps!
We ran out of time and money - Selling a new Top Notch trailer custom built for a tiny house. We would like to see $3500 for the trailer, flashing, subfloor, partial framing, and house plans but we are open to offers. We are just outside of Portland Oregon, in the town of Sandy. Please message me if you are interested or know of anyone who would be interested. Thanks!
6 years ago

Dan Boone wrote:I don't have any to offer, but as an item for your list are you considering water chestnuts?



Yes, happily - thank you!
6 years ago
Hello!

I'm on a hunt and was hoping that you all might be able to help: we are setting up a water garden (zone 8-9) and are looking for local resources - my plant list is as follows:
Arrowhead (Sagittaria latifolia preferred), Ramps (Allium tricoccum), Water Celery (Oenanthe javanica), Tannier (Xanthosoma sagittifolium), Fuki (Petasites japonicus), Watercress (Nasturtium officinale), Canna (Canna edulis), and Groundnuts (Apios americana). On a side note, we are also on the hunt for blueberry varieties, sunchokes, and a walnut tree. I am open to barter and/or paying cash-ola. Thanks for your time!
6 years ago
We are moving to Arizona from Oregon soon, and I have been debating all week how to incorporate a smart underground design for rabbits in the desert. This might just be the ticket, thank you for sharing!
6 years ago
Ah, you are most welcome I couldn't help but say something about such rich looking meat! We raise primarily NZ rabbits and there meat is very much like a light chicken meat, which we enjoy but we also raise quail for rick, dark meat. It would be a a neat endeavor for a rabbitry to be able to offer both dark rabbit meat and light rabbit meat to discerning palates. Thank you for posting the video!
6 years ago