• Why is everyone against Donald trumps wall?

    When I first heard about it, I gave into the liberal propaganda and thought wow he's such a bad person. But suddenly it just hit me, he's not really doing anything bad.... He's building a wall so theres one way less people come into the country illegally. And there's already a wall there that's... show more
    When I first heard about it, I gave into the liberal propaganda and thought wow he's such a bad person. But suddenly it just hit me, he's not really doing anything bad.... He's building a wall so theres one way less people come into the country illegally. And there's already a wall there that's not doing its job so.... Btw not a Trump supporter, I'm feel indifferent about him.
    10 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Can I use my well water to water my indoor plants?

    My home gets its water from a well and I am concerned that my wilting plants are due to issues with the well water. Maybe I am over watering. Any advice?
    My home gets its water from a well and I am concerned that my wilting plants are due to issues with the well water. Maybe I am over watering. Any advice?
    9 answers · 22 hours ago
  • Did I get ripped off?

    Someone charge me 50 dollars just to mow my lawn
    Someone charge me 50 dollars just to mow my lawn
    8 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Can dog feces seep into my well water?

    My neighbors own two giant dogs, and they chain them to short leashes attached to our well that we share. Keep in mind my neighbors NEVER pick up the giant piles of dog feces collecting around the well. I worry that with how riddled with bacteria dog feces is, is it possible the feces could seep into ground and... show more
    My neighbors own two giant dogs, and they chain them to short leashes attached to our well that we share. Keep in mind my neighbors NEVER pick up the giant piles of dog feces collecting around the well. I worry that with how riddled with bacteria dog feces is, is it possible the feces could seep into ground and eventually seep into our well? Possibly contaminating the water with ecoli or something else bad????
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Dose oregano deter mice?

    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do dying elderly know they're dying?

    Best answer: Huh? What?
    Best answer: Huh? What?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Stuff to do to get me out of the house?

    I don t have any local friends, and I have social anxiety, but I want to get out of the house on my days off from work and do something interesting. What kind of stuff do you do when you are bored and need to get out of the house? I read some stuff like 50 great things to do when you are bored! but they have... show more
    I don t have any local friends, and I have social anxiety, but I want to get out of the house on my days off from work and do something interesting. What kind of stuff do you do when you are bored and need to get out of the house? I read some stuff like 50 great things to do when you are bored! but they have unrealistic stuff like build a tree house! or plant a butterfly garden no thank you.
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • What should I ask for when hiring a tree trimming service?

    They say they are and licensed insured. But how do I know,
    They say they are and licensed insured. But how do I know,
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can urine kill grass?

    So I normally go for a walk around a near by lake almost every day and I normally take a piss behind this particular tree whenever I need to, but I've been noticing that the grass patch I piss on is dying, which used to be completely full of green healthy grass. So can urine kill grass?
    So I normally go for a walk around a near by lake almost every day and I normally take a piss behind this particular tree whenever I need to, but I've been noticing that the grass patch I piss on is dying, which used to be completely full of green healthy grass. So can urine kill grass?
    10 answers · 7 days ago
  • Did the Duke (Queens Husband) commit infidelity?

    Best answer: Maybe, it doesn't really matter either way, monogamy is so 1950's.
    Best answer: Maybe, it doesn't really matter either way, monogamy is so 1950's.
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Which is more horrifying:?

    Best answer: Most horrifying story here is your current way of life.
    Best answer: Most horrifying story here is your current way of life.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • How to get rid of whiteflies for good?

    Best answer: Certain plants attract them such as Ivy. I got rid of the particular Ivy and the bugs disappeared too. Other than that, get some smelly liquid dishsoap(lemon scent or strawberry scent or cherry scent) Fill a cup about half full of water and then add a strong squirt of stinky soap. Now stir it up with a... show more
    Best answer: Certain plants attract them such as Ivy. I got rid of the particular Ivy and the bugs disappeared too.

    Other than that, get some smelly liquid dishsoap(lemon scent or strawberry scent or cherry scent) Fill a cup about half full of water and then add a strong squirt of stinky soap. Now stir it up with a spoon. You do not need the soap bubbles. Once it is mixed up real good put into jar lids or old saucers and set it near to the bugs. Make it about a 1/2" deep. The bugs can smell the sweetness and will come to the water and land on top of the water. With the soap added there is no water tension so the bug drowns or the body gets coated in the soap stuff. Bugs breath through their bodies so that is all plugged up and they suffocate and die. The numbers will be greatly reduced. Leave the saucers out for a week or so and always add more solution. so there is always a drowning pool of water. I found getting rid of the ivy was permanent and easier to do and complete. (I believe it is Clamatis)
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Yo, how do they grow potatoes? do they just shove them in the ground? they don't got any seeds...?

    Best answer: Potatoes are similar to modern bananas in that they don't have seeds. To grow a new plant you have to take a piece of another plant and make that grow. In the case of potatoes you literally just take a potato, cut it up a bit, let it sit for a few days, then bury it in the ground. This is just a poor... show more
    Best answer: Potatoes are similar to modern bananas in that they don't have seeds. To grow a new plant you have to take a piece of another plant and make that grow. In the case of potatoes you literally just take a potato, cut it up a bit, let it sit for a few days, then bury it in the ground. This is just a poor summarization though, look up "seed potato" if you want to know the full procedure.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Poll- the fall leaves-how long does it take you to rake your yard, do you wait for the last leaf to fall, what do you do with your pile?

    Best answer: I blow all the leaves over to my neighbor's backyard while he's in church on Sunday mornings.

    He sure is a hard working man.
    Best answer: I blow all the leaves over to my neighbor's backyard while he's in church on Sunday mornings.

    He sure is a hard working man.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do people cut back "Knock out Roses" in Fall? Don't these rose shrubs keep their blooms all Winter? why would want to cut them off?

    Best answer: No, they don't bloom through the winter- unless you live where winters are mild. In my climate, they are usually dormant (just bare "sticks" with no leaves or flowers starting around Thanksgiving. They don't "wake up" until late March. But in a mild climate, they may well go trough... show more
    Best answer: No, they don't bloom through the winter- unless you live where winters are mild. In my climate, they are usually dormant (just bare "sticks" with no leaves or flowers starting around Thanksgiving. They don't "wake up" until late March. But in a mild climate, they may well go trough winter without going completely dormant.

    They can be cut back in fall or early spring. Some people like to clean up their gardens in the fall, and do all the pruning then. I wait until spring. And they don't HAVE to be cut back at all, but generally will bloom heavier on new wood, so it should be done at least once every 2-3 years to keep them blooming well.

    By "Crepe Murders" I think you mean "Crape Myrtle". Those bloom on new wood, so they can be pruned if you like. If I had some,I wouldn't prune them, because they get beautiful peeling bark as they age. Unfortunately, it's a little too far north for them here, and although they grow here, they often die to the ground after cold winters, and grow from the roots each year, making 3-4 foot shrubs.

    Pruning Crape Myrtles is just personal preference. You can do it if you like, but it's not required.
    4 answers · 6 days ago