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Interesting article on organic aphid control

Two Homemade Sprays for Fighting AphidsTwo Homemade Sprays for Fighting AphidsBy Colleen…Continue

Started by Michele Senitzer Sep 8, 2011.

Not a cucumber 1 Reply

This year I got so excited about making pickles that I planted three varieties of cucumber from seed- Marketmore 70's, Boston Picklers, and Chinese Yellows.  Mid-spring it looked like all of the…Continue

Started by Jamie Vasta. Last reply by Found Fruit Aug 8, 2011.

tomato problems

I've got about a dozen tomato plants in large containers.  The Early Girls and Sweet Millions are starting to produce lots of nice ripe red ones, but I have a lot of mystery variety tomatoes that are…Continue

Started by Jamie Vasta Aug 8, 2011.

Slugs! 5 Replies

I've got them, in droves.  Can anybody advise on a peaceable solution that will keep my greens intact?Continue

Started by Kate Voyageur. Last reply by Laurel McNeil Jun 24, 2011.

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Comment by Kitty Sharkey on March 17, 2012 at 11:59am

Michele - I may run out today.  If so, no worries.  With 2 adults and 10 kids, I'm getting a huge daily load.  I have someone coming over at 2 to get some, and I can let you know how much is left after that.  How much do you need?

Comment by Kitty Sharkey on March 17, 2012 at 10:03am

I'm home for most of the day.  Come on by.

Comment by Michele Senitzer on March 17, 2012 at 9:23am

We would love to come by and get some. And also to meet the new goat kids!

Comment by Kitty Sharkey on March 17, 2012 at 9:06am

Free Rabbit Manure - You Haul

Need some fresh rich fertilizer to amend your garden soil? I have a LOT of rabbit manure that is free for the taking. Bring your own buckets/bins. I have a shovel you can use. I'll be home most of the day today. Unfortunately, I won't have a lot of time for visiting. I'm having a dinner party tomorrow night so I'll be busy straightening up inside and out.

Contact me directly for the address and to let me know if you're coming. At some point I have to run to the feed store and would hate to miss you

Thanks!
Kitty

www.havenscourthomestead.com

"Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option."

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Comment by Michele Senitzer on October 13, 2011 at 4:13pm
There's a new community garden in East Oakland at King's Estates near Golf Links and 82nd Ave. If anyone's interested email me for details.
Comment by Michele Senitzer on July 21, 2011 at 4:50pm

a glimpse at our garden

 

and those aren't even the tomatoes...

 

Let's see those pics!

Comment by Pasha on July 13, 2011 at 11:07am

Hi Michele,

I've heard second-hand that there are 3 ways of dealing with it:

  1. Check under leaves to see if there are eggs and larvae and remove them.
  2. Plant strong smelling vegetables such as garlic next to cabbages to repel them.
  3. Make a mild garlic spray from blended garlic and water (you can find recipies in the Seed Exchange Group or on Google). Also to repel them.

I would check in a gardening book to verify that these methods work, but what I've heard from other gardeners suggests it does.

Hope this helps.

Comment by Michele Senitzer on July 12, 2011 at 6:44pm
anybody know what to do about cabbage moths?
Comment by Kendra on May 6, 2011 at 11:48am

Tomorrow (May 7th) is the N. Oakland Plant Swap. This should be a great place to get plants for your summer garden:

http://girlonbikewrites.blogspot.com/p/n-oakland-plant-swaps.html

Comment by Michele Senitzer on May 3, 2011 at 3:49pm
Allium Alley: leeks, red onions, garlic, chives
 

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