Hari Shankar Thivakar wrote:
I am facing the problem of Spirulina clogging in my filters. After three tenth day. I am using the 50 micron mesh. Three of these placed in a wooden frame. My ph shot up to 10.7 from 10.1 the day before.
Ben Johansen wrote:it looks like Rama tulsi.
Ben Johansen wrote:Is that a banana tree in the background too?
Ben Johansen wrote:Do you know which permutation the Holy basil is?
mark buxton wrote:HI There - an interesting thread. Forgive me if i've missed it in a previous post - but how would you kill these?
Burra Maluca wrote:Is that even possible? Or are you talking about a different speices that happens to share the same common name?
Ernest Rando wrote:we are crossing a Guinnea pig sow with a Kune Kune/Guinnea hog boar
Ben Johansen wrote:would you send me some seeds?
Hester Winterbourne wrote:a vet once, and he pronounced it blind because it "didn't have a startle reflex" as he poked his fingers at its eyes
Hester Winterbourne wrote:He said "all animals have a startle reflex"
Hester Winterbourne wrote:Their natural reaction to danger is to imitate a small furry brick
kadence blevins wrote:cuy with a hot sauce
Cuy Picante Huanuqueño Style
Picante de cuy
Cuyes en salsa de mani
Fried Guinea Pig (Ayacucho-style)CUY CHAQTADO
Riva Gustafson wrote:and nine years is a reasonably serious pet. sure, it's a rodent, but... it lasts longer than most relationships
Riva Gustafson wrote:the operating isn't like if they have cancer or kidney failure or something, it's mainly the bladder stones
kadence blevins wrote:sadly frank passed away (last year i believe) but elisabeth is still going strong (...) Like any livestock kept for meat- they need high protein feed to pack on the muscle and a bit of grain or pellets will help with the protein boost too
R Scott wrote:Their free ranging capabilities are really interesting
Grant Fulcher wrote:they are able to be free ranged in herds no cages or seperating b/c of fighting
kadence blevins wrote:guinea pigs rarely jump and not high
Abe Connally wrote:If you could get the big ones (cuy), they might be efficient enough for folks that can't or won't raise rabbits.
Abe Connally wrote:they are very good at keeping rats and mice away