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Re: Coffee House 2618 Tina 18 minutes ago
Yay on your vaccine, Sunny. Do you know which one?
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Re: Coffee House 2617 JunieGirl Apr 29th, 2021 at 03:58 PM
Thanks Tina. See you there !

I'll close this one.
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Re: Sansevieria / Snake plant - Rusty red spots at the bottom of the leaves Catherine Alexader Apr 29th, 2021 at 06:33 AM
Root rot due to overwatering is the most common issue.
If this occurs, remove any dying leaves and allow the plant to dry out more than usual. Snake plants are resilient and typically recover. However, if the plant continues to die, remove it from its pot, discard any rotted roots and leaves, and repot in fresh soil.
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Re: Hello!! Sunflowers Apr 28th, 2021 at 11:43 AM
Hi and welcome from me as well....are you in Brampton, Ontario?
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Re: Shade and production/ much is too much? Sunflowers Apr 24th, 2021 at 10:18 AM
I have grown tomatoes in part shade before but they were a mini type and they did well. That being said, tomatoes need light and heat so I'd be a little leery about letting larger varieties grow in full shade for such a long time.
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Re: I need help! NannaH Apr 23rd, 2021 at 01:31 AM
I would like to add that sometimes you can have plenty of calcium in your soil, but if you water unevenly, (way too dry followed by way too wet or tons of water in the beginning folkowed by none at all for a long time, etc.) you can also get blossom end for. The. Uneven watering causes the plants to retain calcium.
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Re: Happy Birthday 🎂, Sheri ! JunieGirl Apr 22nd, 2021 at 06:19 AM
Sounds like you had a nice day, Sheri. Spending your birthday with family is always a good time.
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Re: Best tasting tomatoes for me to grow? netty Apr 20th, 2021 at 05:09 PM
The best tasting tomato I have ever eaten was a 'Paul Robeson' tomato from my garden last summer. I will always grow them in my garden!
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