Hi Ron, How did the housewarming party go? Are you all settled in? I'm in town for the week. Once it stops raining, I'll head to the garden. I want to hear all about the trip to India and Thailand. Best, Mike
Hi Ron, I remember reading your awesome update yesterday and thought I might have responded but don't see it on here. You are doing a good work! I'd like to know more of your interest in mind-body-spirit. I also would like to invite you to join my new group, Environmental Zoo where you can express your concerns, solutions, ideas, or anything else you's like to share. See you there?
Thanks so much for the amazing demo! I have only one (yeah, right...) question: why isn't everyone doing this obvious, great way of irrigation? I guess the best ideas are the simple ones. It's just a matter of time. But, hey - it makes so much sense. If you can smell water, then it's being wasted. But, 95% of sprinkled water is wasted? Shocking!
Thanks, aso for your generosity is providing all of us with hose to do the drip watering. I can't wait to rig mine up properly. Especially since I travel! What a godsend.
I bet if you gave your class regularly, you'd have a crowd.
"The noticeably bitter taste of turnip greens has been linked by researchers to its calcium content. On an ounce-for-ounce basis, turnip greens contain about 4 times more calcium than a much less bitter-tasting cruciferous vegetables like cabbage."
Have you always wanted to make your own bread? Well, here's a little article about making rye bread with a bread machine. This bread machine came from a thrift store and only cost $11.99! The ingredients to make Russian Rye were so simple you won't believe how easy it was. Enjoy!