July 18, 2009

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Mice Eating TomatoesI have been a tomato gardener for years, but living 4 or 5 blocks from the beach, our weather includes your typical "May gray and June gloom," days. As a result even though my plants grow like mad and have tons of flowers, I inevitably get powdery leaf mildew all over them.

 

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Removing Artillery Fungus Stains on a CarI have these brown dots on my car and found out that it is Artillery fungus. I park my car near 2 flower beds that have mulch.

 

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Breaking a LeaseI lost my job about 2 months after renewing (was there for 6 months prior) my lease. I have 10 months left on the lease, but I am not able to afford the place anymore. Everyone is so informative on here. Does anyone know of any loopholes to get out of a lease?

 

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Freezing Veggie WrapsMy husband wants to make all his veggie wraps for the week and keep in fridge, but they get soggy. Can these be frozen? Does anybody have any ideas on how to keep these fresh?

 

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Transplanting a Coral BellI have a large Coral Bell plant that I want to transplant. Will it hurt it to be moved and if not, when should I transplant it?

 

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Washer Not Agitating and Spinning CompletelyHow do you know if it's the lid switch not working or spin filter clogged? Washer dial stops after water goes in, but is spinning some. Washer is not full of water when stopped, but enough water to not allow clothes to go into dryer.

 

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Finding a Craft Email GroupHow do you go about finding a craft e-mail group?

 

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Recipes for Tart GrapesI bought some grapes recently and they are very tart. Is there anything I can do to them to make them sweeter? Or is there a good recipe that uses tart grapes? I hate to waste them and I know my kids won't eat them this tart. Thanks.

 

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Soda Pop Rings for CashWhere can I exchange soda pop rings for cash?

 

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Chest Freezer Will Not Cool Below 18 FChest freezer will only cool to 18 F. Is set on coldest setting. It's a Montgomery Ward 23 ft. and has been reliable for almost 30 years. Hate to trash it. Any ideas?

 

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Killing Wire Grass But Not Lawn or FlowersHow do I kill Wire grass (Bermuda) in my yard and flower beds? Seems I recall reading about a product in the form of a spray, that would kill it and not the grass or flowers. I do not recall where I read about it. Can anyone help me please?

 

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Tinting Deck Stain a Darker ColorI bought a gallon of stain. After having it for a few months I went to use it. I then realized it was lightener than I wanted for my deck. Is there any way to darken this?

 

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Will Ink Stains in Dryer Transfer to Clothes?Will leaving ink stains in a dryer damage clothes later when in use?

 

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Caffeine Content in Hot BeveragesWhat's the percentage of caffeine in regular coffee, tea, and hot chocolate?

 

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Growing a Japanese StewartiaI planted a 6 foot Japanese Stewartia in Spring 09. I live in the Midwest, our soil is clay. Tree has a lot of buds, but there not opening? It is starting to loose some of its leaves. I did use high organic matter when I planted it. I am afraid to over water the tree.

 

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Feeding a Child With AllergiesI have a 11 month old son who is allergic to dairy, soy, and basically anything in the legume family. He is getting ready to eat solids. Please if anyone has any recipes I would love to hear it.

 

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