Ed Lewis wrote:
Jason Walter wrote:How may we contact you for the trees?
Hi Jason, you can contact me through enjoy-the-farm.com.
Marc Dube wrote:I use fresh horse manure as a mulch/ fertilizer for all of my fruit trees, I pile a nice amount around the base and for me it seems to last 2 years before needing a top up.
Leigh Tate wrote:You need to add a source of nitrogen such as compost, well-rotted manure, fish emulsion. Some people add fresh grass clippings or coffee grounds, but I'd research these before adding, to make sure you get the best amount for your particular plant. Too much fresh nitrogen can be a problem too. The other option would be slower, but to plant a ground cover around the tree such as clover.
Leigh Tate wrote:Jason, can you get your hands on some compost? That would be my preference if it was me. The cow manure would have to be well aged and not fresh. The yellow leaves seem to speak of nitrogen deficiency.
Brian Maverick wrote:
Jason Walter wrote:I needed some parts to repair a finish mower I plan to use behind my tractor. Looking online I found some parts I needed on this site ( thru a google pop up deal ) and the prices were 1/4 what everyone else was wanting.
I did not look into them at all before purchasing cause I paid via paypal so as far as I know I cant get screwed.
I never received a confirmation e-mail from them of my order although it said I would get one when I placed the order.
Doing a google search of reviews I see nothing about nothing about them.
I need the parts but am in no rush so if its coming from china and Ill see it in 60 days thats almost fine.
If Im never gonna see the parts Id like to move on and purchase them thru e-bay like everything else I buy.
Looks like it was a SCAM site. It's no longer on the web.