Jason Tuller wrote: 1. Vitamin C tablets. 2. Crushed garlic on crackers, when one of my daughters was a toddler she would just chew straight garlic cloves. 3. This is the bad one. I grow white horehound in my back yard. .
Jen Fulkerson wrote:S. My daughter was talking about wanting to grow popcorn, so maybe we will try some next year for the fun of it.
Emilie McVey wrote:I recently watched a short video on sowing carrots with a great germination rate. Unfortunately I don't remember who it was But, here's what I remember from his instructions : soak the carrot seed for 24 hours. Then, mix corn starch with cold water, bring to a boil, and thicken. As I recall, he made enough to fill a gallon bag. Drain the soaked carrot seed, put in the gallon back. Add the COOLED corn starch-thickened water. Zip the bag closed, and knead the seeds around in the bag until they're pretty well distributed throughout the gelled water. Take the bag out to the prepared garden bed, snip a very small hole in the corner of the bag, and gently squeeze the seeds, like toothpaste, in rows in the garden. Because the seeds had soaked so long, they were up in just a few days. I'm trying that method next year!
Brittany Marks wrote:Hello All,
The woodstove I used was a Winnerwell Nomad intended for my Springbar tent. I used it in the skoolie and piped the smoke out through an open bus window. I need to create a more efficient and "breathe safe" option as I would like to use the bus as a dwelling for this fall and possibly the winter. Brit
Bethany Brown wrote:Any good recipes to share? We have lots of ground beef and I would like more ways to prepare it. Would also like some good veggie dishes. I’m enjoying eating braised dandelion greens with over easy eggs for breakfast.