paul wheaton wrote:So here are the three things that I have not been able to solve yet with linux mint:
2) recording skype calls
3) sometimes when I suspend, I cannot get my wireless internet stuff to work until I do a full reboot.
I started organic lawn care a year ago after visiting this site. I had new bermuda lawn in Atlanta. I first put down 2 lb of N (starter chemical fert) per 1000 sf to let the bermuda grow to 3+ inches within 3 weeks, and mowed at 3 1/4 inches for the rest of the growing season. My lawn had been dense like a thick carpet for the whole year. I almost have never watered it and applied very little organic fertilizer afterward. This year I used only organic fertilizer (milorganite and soybean meal). I have put down about 4 lb of organic N per 1000 sf within 2 months, and my bermuda is now very dense at 3 1/4 inches like last year, only greener (due to the soybean meal, I like the color better than with milorganite). It looks like it's going to stay that way with no watering and little additional fertilization for the rest of the year just as they did last year. My neighbors keep on commenting how good it looks.
Mekka Pakanohida wrote:
Depends, are the plants the only thing filtering the water?
paul wheaton wrote:
I really want to get the forums moving in this direction.