Deer & Rabbit Repellent © Delores Randall
For the last several years I use to feed the rabbits and frogs in my landscaping bed. What do you do when you no longer want to be the feeder of these critters? According to an product call “Deer and Rabbit Repellent”. If sprayed around the border of the garden and on the plants. It will repel rabbit and deer from eating your garden. After about three weeks they will be repel to stay away from the garden. I better saved my receipt just in case the product does not work. $12.32
- Earth friendly.
- Works year round on your outdoor plants and plant beds.
- Dries odorless.
- Rain Resistant.
- Will not harm plants and Animals.
- Repels Deer and Rabbits from all Garden areas, flowers, shrubs, plants, trees and vines.
- Liquid Fence that is stinky smelling.
- Spray once an week for 3 weeks and than once month thereafter. This will train the animals to avoid your yard.
The product works on scent to repel animals. Thus far the repellent has worked around my garden. It is stinky…thus far I have no qualms with the product in my garden. Except it stinks….
Liquid Fence Deer & Repellent purchased at Lowes Home Improvement
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Planted Herbs Container © Delores Randall
Have you tried to plant herbs in your kitchen garden? Herbs to plant would be Rosemary, Basil, Oregano, Chive and Cilantro. All are great starters for herbs lovers kitchen gardens.
All of the herb plants I mentioned are perennial. If you plant outdoors the herbs will grow back annually every year on its own and an little help from mother nature.
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Container Leafy Lettuce © Delores Randall
I finally had an chance to consume my own home grown in an container leafy lettuce. It was absolutely delicious.
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baked chicken in da Crib © Delores Randall
You know food ain’t that complex at all. Eat from the land, purchase from your local farmers in the summertime/eat local and or spend your hard earn money at your local grocery store. Whatever the case may be learn how to throw down in your own kitchens. It is not that hard to whip together and home cooked meal. Throw some chicken legs in the oven with cut up veggies, pour broth, water or beer in the mix for moisture. Turn the oven on to 350 degrees. Cover for one hour and bake uncovered for an hour to desired brown skin crispness. Serve over rice, eat an drumstick freshly baked or and remember an green veggie. Done deal. Dinner is served. Sides can be anything.
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You would have to be living under an rock, in the mountains with no communication or an dark cave to not know that the First Lady of the United States does not appreciate consuming fresh veggies and fruit on the White House dinner table. I am INSPIRED to grow veggies and fruits in water bottles, coffee containers, milk jugs and anything that will allow me to sow an seed.
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© Delores Randall Tomato Plant Yellow Flowers
I have been on an pseudo break from posting on thephotographer4you®. Several weeks ago I decided to get serious about planting my vegetable and herb seeds for my starter garden. I planted one tomato plant in an container. The tomato plant has begun to sprout yellow flowers. I am excited with joy. Yipppeeeee….by golly we gonna have some tomatoes around these part to pluck off an plant. Have you planted any seeds yet?
I will need to transplant the tomato plant in another week or two. I made the mistake of putting two plants in one pot. A major no no…the plant roots will fight for space. It sure is beautiful to watch God’s gifts grow.
I have been experimenting with tomatoes seed. Growing some for the outdoors in an container and for the ground.
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Crowdfunding Your Project
Now that President Obama has signed the JOBS Act: Encouraging Start ups, Supporting Small Businesses. As of April 5, 2012 unemployed business minded folks can become entrepreneurs overnight.
What does all this mean for an startup? It will make it easier make it easier for startups to raise capital early-stage capital without all the fanfare and red tape bullshit involved. It relaxes some of the strict regulations on smaller companies going public.
What is very cool is that the average Joe or Jane startups can raised up to $1 million annually with small dollar donations. Individuals worth less than $100, 000 can invest 5% of their yearly income or $2000, whichever is higher into a startup. Basically, startups and small businesses would be allowed to raise money from smaller investors through web-based platforms.
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© Delores Randall Tomato Plant
I have been on an journey to grown vegetables in containers in my crib. There are two types pf tomatoes. Product larger fruit tend to grow in greenhouses or polyntunnels. I purchase an started tomato plant from Lowes. Cut out the bottom of the pot and simply plant in a larger container. Add soil and plant deep.
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© Delores Randall Fuzzy Family Member
It is not easy getting my pooch to eat his dog food. There are times I must put a spoon of gravy on his food. My boo thang fuzzy family member thinks he is suppose to eat what we are eating at our dinner table. A week ago we switched his dog food to a brand called BilJac. He was not eating his IAMS dog food when I placed it before him. I would have to place gravy on it or starve him out for a couple of days. When I put the BilJac in front of our fuzzy family member, he sniffed it and ate it with out all the fanfare. He loves it! My boo thang fuzzy family really loves the BilJac.
Note: We purchased a sample pack before purchasing a large size bag of BilJac.
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