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 What are some recipes or mix designs for making hypertufa?
Mix Designs & Recipes These mix designs and recipes were kindly submitted by members. Thanks to all who contributed! There are numerous recipes! The heavier your ingredients the heavier your final project. When reading a recipe for concrete o
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 What are some general instructions for mixing hypertufa?
These instructions were kindly submitted by members. Thanks to all who contributed! INSTRUCTIONS FOR HOW TO MAKE HYPERTUFA To begin, you will need the following: 1. A hypertufa recipe (There are many recipes! See the FAQ for some of the mo
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 How do I make a Hypertufa Totem?
QUESTION I want to make a bead totem, really badly. I'm also not sure if the mixture needs to be more pourable than packable. I was going to do the sand casting method. Could I use a quickcrete mixture recipe? ANSWERS Here are two 'recipes'
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 What are some Great Natural Pesticidal and Fungicidal Recipes?
Some of the best, effective, yet safest, pesticides and fungicides for organic garden use can be made without using any dangerous chemicals. The best way to control harmful pests and insects is to design your total garden landscape and annual gardeni
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 Byron's World Famous Tea Recipe For Starting Seeds (Entire Thread)
Posted by: Byron 4a/5b NH (My Page) on Tue, Feb 26, 02 at 10:36 I use a weak tea formula. Make a cup of tea, anything that you have. Let it steep for 4 min, then dump it. Make a second cup with the same bag. Let this steep for 4 min.
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 How do I make a concrete leaf casting?
Image by: Dena This is one of our most popular questions. The paragraphs are responses by Garden Web members. The names and Web sites were removed but the basic information remains intact. Thanks to everyone who contributed! ====
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 How do I keep deer and moose from eating up my garden?
New England gardeners are not alone in being plagued by large, hungry creatures with antlers; but it's still a very serious problem in many areas. When the question was presented to the New England Gardening Forum, some Garden Web members respond
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 My Stupidest Gardening Mistake - or- We Were Once All Newbies
I stole this thread from the perennials forum. We need to remember that everyone makes mistakes. Enjoy - chrisMD. My Stupidest Garden Mistake...... Posted by NymphaeaRosa Z5/6 NJ (My Page) on Sat, Feb 9, 02 at 1:30 I'm an 'intermediate'
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 Feeders and Feeding Hummingbirds (The Entire Article)
TOPICS COVERED: Selecting a Feeder Red Food Coloring and Commercial Nectar Mixes Why you should never use honey. Proper Sugar Solution Recipe Cleaning Your Hummingbird Feeder How Many and Feeder Placement What else can I do to a
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 What is the proper nectar recipe for hummingbird feeders?
Four parts water to one part white sugar. (For instance, one quarter cup of sugar stirred into one cup of water.) Tap or well water is preferred; do not use distilled as it takes out too many naturally occurring minerals. If you use a water
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 Annie's Salsa Recipe
Image by: Barnmom 8 cups tomatoes, peeled, chopped and drained 2-1/2 cups onion, chopped 1-1/2 cups green pepper, chopped 3 - 5 jalapenos, chopped 6 cloves garlic 2 teaspoons cumin 2 teaspoons ground black pepper 1/8 cup
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 What are the Benefits of Aerated Compost Teas vs. Classic Teas?
Aerated compost teas are the latest in scientific organic research today. In many ways, aerated teas offer greater immediate benefits than classic compost, manure, or other homemade foliar teas. Just by applying a cheap aquarium air pump to a 5 gal
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 How do you make homemade Fish/Seaweed Emulsion?
WHY FISH AND SEAWEED PRODUCTS? As you may know fish emulsion, fish meal, seaweed/kelp meal, and liquid seaweed/kelp are some of the most powerful natural fertilizers and soil amendments in the world. NOTE: For those organic gardeners who prefe
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 What kind of potting soil should I use?
Soils for containers should drain 2 to 3 times faster than native soils. Soils must drain quickly, but still retain a reservoir of water. Commercial bonsai soil mixes are available and for the beginner with just a tree or t
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 GLOSSARY - What are Some Common Terms and Acronyms Used in the Hypertufa Forum?
Accelerator - Ingredient added to increase hydration, shorten set and cure times. admix - Admixture. admixture - Generic term for non-bulk material added to 'tufa; also an abbreviation for acrylic bonding admixture, which increases strength while
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 Where can you get Cheap Natural Fertilizers and Soil Amendments?
One of our composting experts and friends on this site, David Hall (DcHall_San_Antonio), recently gave a great list of some of the major benefits from soil high in organic matter: ************************************************************
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 Misting Propagation - How to...? Where can I find...? How much...?
I've added this whole thread to the FAQ, because there is just so much useful information here aboutmist propagation. My misting bed for you newbee rooters Posted by mytrid z8b Florida (My Page) on Sun, Apr 20, 03 at 0:12 This is my misting b
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 Interbay Mulch
There has been much posted on the forums about a soil building method known as Interbay Mulch. It is a method developed by a site coordinator at the Interbay P-Patch in Seattle and has recently been featured in an article in Organic Gardening. The P-
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 How to make a hanging butterfly feeder plate
Hanging butterfly feeder plates: THEY REALLY REALLY WORK. Posted by mcronin Making the hanging feeder plates I drilled three holes in the edges of plastic plates (or metal tops to containers), strung wire through each hole, connected the th
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 5-1-1 mix recipe --- a couple questions
Ok. I just bought a ghost seedling from a nursery today and am kinda excited to get going on it and I keep reading about this 5-1-1 mix. DaMonkey gave me a modified recipe--- 4 1/2 parts pine bark (range: 1/8
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