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  1. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Hi, I have 2 blueberry plants growing in pots. Or "growing"... 1 is having increasingly more & more darkening leaves. My second blueberry plant was smaller, and had the same or a very similar problem, before losing all of its leaves. Now it just looks like this, and has done for the last...
  2. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Like similar ones, the topic of this thread is to compile information allowing one to create a list of nutritionally viable edible plants suitable for their own situation. Recognizing not all plants share the same optimal growing conditions, this thread is specific to cool, temperate areas that...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    So what do you think about growing sugarcane? It's not only a sweetener, as it can also be used to make paper, tools, and other materials. It needs lots of sun to make all that sugar, but is very easy to grow since it's a true grass. I think when I move to California after the SEALs, I'm going...
  4. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    . I'm always fishing and after I clean my catch, I just toss the carcass in the trash. I tried burying them in the garden but the varmints kept digging it up. I stumbled across this the other day and figured I'd give it a shot. MYO Fish Fertilizer Step 1: Start with approximately 1 gallon...
  5. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I just started a YouTube channel so be gentle and enjoy. My garden had a raised bed as well as a container section Here's a link.
  6. Australia and New Zealand
    Hi All I have just found this site that will tell you what to plant for your season. You can search buy zones and it covers all of Australia. Gardenate
  7. Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Survival
    Report just in about cooling problem at a nuke plant 75 miles from Little Rock, Arkansas. Described as "minor". Electricity output has been reduced. If you live in this region, monitor your local news media for developments.
  8. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    Yes, this annoying yellow garden-weed can also be used as a form of medicine. If you boil and re-boil the inner roots and stem, the Dandelion can be used as a Laxitive, a diuretic substance (increasing urine passage), and is a mild detergent. Also, when it is cooked in the above way, it tastes...
  9. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    I understand what a common Dandelion looks like, but are these edible raw, and what parts of them are good? :confused:
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