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Hecht55
#11 May 27 2020 02:09pm
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Quote (Ricch @ May 26 2020 11:00am)
i got this plants that look like lil white onions when i dig them up all over my yard.

they wont go away.



Chives?
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#12 May 27 2020 02:11pm
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Thor123422
#13 May 27 2020 02:19pm
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Gonna get me closed lol
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#14 May 27 2020 06:23pm
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Quote (Thor123422 @ May 27 2020 04:19pm)
Gonna get me closed lol


Then JSP mods don't know what's ok and not. I see no buds/flowers whats illegal about hemp?
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#15 May 28 2020 11:41am
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Quote (Hecht55 @ May 27 2020 07:23pm)
Then JSP mods don't know what's ok and not. I see no buds/flowers whats illegal about hemp?


I don't expect a mod to know what they're talking about on these things, because I don't expect the average person to understand.
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#16 May 28 2020 08:26pm
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Quote (Thor123422 @ May 27 2020 03:19pm)
Gonna get me closed lol


what do u mean? those are fine looking carrots sir!
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#17 May 29 2020 07:53pm
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Quote (thesnipa @ May 28 2020 09:26pm)
what do u mean? those are fine looking carrots sir!


Gonna dig out an old firepit in my yard tomorrow and start a compost heap.

Planning on just using a tarp and some rocks to keep a top on it.
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#18 May 29 2020 09:37pm
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Quote (Thor123422 @ May 29 2020 08:53pm)
Gonna dig out an old firepit in my yard tomorrow and start a compost heap.

Planning on just using a tarp and some rocks to keep a top on it.


compost needs a lot of air and water, might be better to just leave it open. all of my composting is literally just piles, I stack them about 3 feet cubed, then when they get to two or so feet high I flip them and add more material. if its 2 months before you get anything broken down correctly and completely a rich brown you've done something wrong. be it airflow, water, or not enough green material to rot and raise the temp high enough to break itself down. once it gets to be a rich brown it can be placed right onto plants to retain water in the soil and feed plants.
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#19 May 29 2020 09:38pm
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Quote (thesnipa @ May 29 2020 10:37pm)
compost needs a lot of air and water, might be better to just leave it open. all of my composting is literally just piles, I stack them about 3 feet cubed, then when they get to two or so feet high I flip them and add more material. if its 2 months before you get anything broken down correctly and completely a rich brown you've done something wrong. be it airflow, water, or not enough green material to rot and raise the temp high enough to break itself down. once it gets to be a rich brown it can be placed right onto plants to retain water in the soil and feed plants.


I'd love to just leave it uncovered but I have dogs who would absolutely dig into it for the scraps.
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#20 May 29 2020 09:40pm
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Quote (Thor123422 @ May 29 2020 10:38pm)
I'd love to just leave it uncovered but I have dogs who would absolutely dig into it for the scraps.


ive found that if u avoid meat in the pile they stay out, but in that case u may want to consider a vertical design using snow fence and fence posts. basically just 3-4' tall snow fence in a square with fence posts. cheap and effective, great airflow and easy to flip and track its sinking.
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