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Which vegetables do you find the most fool-proof?

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Re: Which vegetables do you find the most fool-proof?

Post  NHGardener on 6/18/2011, 7:15 am

Shannon, that's a great idea.

Actually, budget cuts have shut my local extension service down - can you believe that? But there are other extension services in nearby counties I can call.
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Re: Which vegetables do you find the most fool-proof?

Post  shannon1 on 6/18/2011, 11:10 pm

I'm sorry to hear that but you should still be able to get some good ideas.
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@ Shannon 1--What kind of rain barrel are you going to make?

Post  kputikka on 6/19/2011, 3:00 pm

@shannon1 wrote:teaching me how to make a rain barrel (well that's next month)..

I am wondering cuz i have two and have found that they are not all the same. We tend to use the one from the store more than the one we made. It clogs less and has a hose attached to is so its easier to fill your watering can..

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Re: Which vegetables do you find the most fool-proof?

Post  shannon1 on 6/20/2011, 12:42 am

@kputikka wrote:
@shannon1 wrote:teaching me how to make a rain barrel (well that's next month)..

I am wondering cuz i have two and have found that they are not all the same. We tend to use the one from the store more than the one we made. It clogs less and has a hose attached to is so its easier to fill your watering can..

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It is a "make and take" class where we will be converting a 55 gal food grade barrel into a rain barrel. Do you have any tips that would make it better? If I have a choice should I put a threaded hose spigot on the bottom or do they all have those. What makes the store bought one clog less? I am brand new to this.
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