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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Wisher1000, Jul 28, 2012.
I am so sorry to hear about this!
Oh..that's so sad CC! My thoughts and prayers are with them and their families.
x2 Prayers going up for them and their families!
Way not cool.
Corn is also about half way here too. I'm seeing watermelon stands though. Utah grows some great watermelon. I've never been able to get a decent sized one myself, so, don't try now.
Sloppy Joes here tonight. My DH loves those things. Actually, anything tomatoy.
I believe the problem is phosphorous-poor soil?
So sorry to read this, what awful news. A fellow byc'er lost his wife this week, she battled breast cancer almost 12 years. He and his children took care of her at home the last several months, she died a peaceful death surrounded by her family, just a month after their youngest graduated from high school. They are managing well, and were prepared, but that doesn't erase the sadness and loss. Cancer is such a cruelty. He is lucky to have you there to be his friend in a time of such need.
CCHS class of '77, Go Saints!
Soil where chickens have been is high in phosphorus. Perhaps one can mix the two.
I had an indepth professional soil sample done this spring on one of my beds where chickens had been. It was so worth the money. It turned out all I needed was a little nitrogen and the phosphorus was a little high.