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willow fence

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Q:Better Homes and Gardens subscription ???
I agree with JoanH, write cancel on the bill and send it back. Many magazines offer a trial subscription with the first issue free and instruct you to do just what Joan suggested if you don't like the magazine. Once you are a subscriber and then want to cancel is sometimes a lot harder. Try the e-mail thing to cancel if writing on the bill doesn't work. And believe me, if you don't pay, they won't send the magazine for long.
Q:Are you prepared to take care of yourself if/when the economy collapses?
I got a good laugh at your question. If the economy collapsed your neighbor with a gun would steal your vegetables, your chickens, and your meds. It's sad but that's the world of today.
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Q:Describe your ultimate dream home?
A forest in England
Q:Has anyone used an EarthBox for gardening?
My roommate has 5 or 6 earth boxes and they are COOL! I don't think they stop pest problems, we still get snails and earwigs and slugs, but they are a great way to use the small amount of space you have for a garden. They're essentially like having a raised garden bed, so it's a bit harder for pests to get in there than if the plants were straight in the ground. There are a lot of ways for you not to use pesticides on a home garden. Generally, home gardens are fairly small and so easy to control pests in. At night, espeically wetter nights, I tend to wander outside and find all sorts of pests munching on the plants (in the earth boxes too), and I just pick them off and dispose (kill) of them. A great site to control pests without using pesticides (since that sounds like why you are attracted to earthboxes) is from the University of California, Davis at ipm.ucdavis.edu Anywho, I like our earth boxes as we have a small yard and stuff grows well in them, especially from seed!
Q:how do you keep snakes out of your garden and home --?
If your afraid of them I was told and tried it take some old garden hose and cut it into 4 foot sections and spray paint it black and yellow and place it arround your garden snakes dont like to cross over other snakes and will avoid that area , good luck
Q:Are there any Home and Garden magazines that send free issues?
google free home and garden magazines.
Q:Does this seem like a wise investment?
A garden is a wise investment but a home garden posing as a market garden will end up costing you money as it costs money to set up at a farmers market not to mention you will need a vehicle that can haul the produce, coolers, tables, table cloths, a shelter, bags, etc., for selling the stuff at market. Not to mention that growing a market garden is very very different from growing a home garden and if you have never grown a garden before you will do best to start small-no more than 10' x 10' which will not leave you enough food to sell. But it also will not overwhelm you with all the work. A decent market garden at minimum will take around 4 hours daily plus the 5 or 6 hours you spend at market And despite what most people think, just because you have some produce at a farmers market people do not automatically flock to your stand and buy out all your stuff. It takes years to develop a customer base and most people unless they have studied how to grow far market, know how to put in and maintain a market garden (the first thing for a successful market garden is the fact you start planting in April and don't stop until July) and are great at marketing. And even these people will gross less than $300 a week (and net around $100 out of that $300). But most people are doing well to gross $50 a week at farmers market their first year. All that said it is fun to do markets, you will meet a lot of people, just don't expect much from them until you grow over an acre and can sell every week.
Q:how do i keep my cats from going in my neighbours garden?
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Q:Is it too late for me to start a garden, i live in texas?
You don't have to let them root before putting them in the ground. You can sow them directly into your garden now. Just follow the directions on the back of the seed packets as far as spacing etc.

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