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afids or little bugs on my mustard greens
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what non toxic spray can i use to get rid of these little annoyances.they are all over my kale and mustard greens .some DIY spray would be greatContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Catherine, The Herb Lady Mar 19, 2014.

what is this plant?
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does anyone know where i can get a bergermont lime tree and a kisu mandarin orange?

Started this discussion. Last reply by ann hazelett Oct 22, 2011.

what to do with palesteine limes?
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i have a tree of palestine limes and other than just pealing them and eating them does any one know what i can do with them?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Janine Oct 24, 2011.

 

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raf evan commented on ann hazelett's blog post guava's
"good luck and advanced congrats on your guavas. I actually love to eat them when they are semi-ripe; still acrid but somewhat sweet. It is at that stage when i find them so refreshing, especially on a hot summer day. Once the rind loses its crunchy…"
May 27, 2015
ann hazelett commented on ann hazelett's blog post guava's
"thanks rafael, i have a white one and a barbie cherry one. the cherry one is loaded and about the size of a dime so i can't wait"
May 27, 2015
raf evan commented on ann hazelett's blog post guava's
"it depends on what genera of guava you have. If you have the psidium varieties, they are usually ready when they have considerably lightened up in color(most of them start out as dark green), say, yellowish or whitish green, and when it is easy…"
May 27, 2015
ann hazelett commented on ann hazelett's blog post guava's
"thank you so much larry,if it wasen't so much trouble to keep the frost off them i would have more"
May 26, 2015
Larry commented on ann hazelett's blog post guava's
"I have a few varieties of guava growing, they are now in the 3rd year and flowering heavily. My Malaysian Red flowers and ripens fruit at any time of year, one or two trickle in every few weeks. My Tropic Pink, Mexican Cream, and the…"
May 26, 2015
Catherine, The Herb Lady replied to ann hazelett's discussion afids or little bugs on my mustard greens
"Hi Ann, I recommend a spray of dawn dish soap vegetable oil and water. Mix 1 teaspoon each of the soap and oil (I keep food grade oil too old to cook with for this purpose but any food grade will do) with 1 quart of water in a spray bottle. …"
Mar 19, 2014
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afids or little bugs on my mustard greens

what non toxic spray can i use to get rid of these little annoyances.they are all over my kale and mustard greens .some DIY spray would be greatSee More
Mar 18, 2014
Nathan Ralph commented on ann hazelett's blog post when do the mesquite beans get milled?
"November 16th and 17th.  Info on the Mesquite/Carob Milling on the Events tab, or this web address:http://www.phoenixpermaculture.org/page/mesquite-and-carob-milling 2013 Mesquite & Carob Milling Saturday November 16th - NE corner of…"
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"Hello Ann! How are you & what have you been up to? Do you still have bees & honey?"
Dec 29, 2012
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Nov 22, 2012
Catherine, The Herb Lady replied to ann hazelett's discussion what is this plant?
"Probably brought in by the wind or birds."
Nov 21, 2012
ann hazelett replied to ann hazelett's discussion what is this plant?
"you are correct.......i saw one on google that looked just like it"
Nov 20, 2012
ann hazelett replied to ann hazelett's discussion what is this plant?
"thank you so much.........where did it come from?"
Nov 20, 2012
Harry Harrison replied to ann hazelett's discussion what is this plant?
"The plant featured in the middle looks like a chenopod, possibly fat hen or green amaranth. Can distinguish from Nicotina by the flowers, chenopods have massed "insignificant" flowers. Nicotina will have single to multiple coloured flowers…"
Nov 20, 2012
Catherine, The Herb Lady replied to ann hazelett's discussion what is this plant?
"I can't remember if it has milky sap - I pull them immediately when I see them.  Nicotine can be a good pesticide but it carries some serious health risks. Ann you can do a google search for images using the Latin name for the plant and…"
Nov 20, 2012
Ericka replied to ann hazelett's discussion what is this plant?
"Could be a milkweed of some sort, if you break a leaf stem it will appear white and milky. Not sure if tobacco has a milky residue when broken too though..."
Nov 19, 2012

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can anyone tell me about collecting mesquite beans ?when to collect?how to take off husk if needed? and where can i buy some trees?................thx ann

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can anyone tell me when  guavas are ripe in phoenix?

Posted on May 22, 2015 at 8:27pm — 5 Comments

when do the mesquite beans get milled?

is there any prep for them to be milled?is there a certin quantity before they can be milled?...........thankyou

Posted on October 14, 2013 at 5:39pm — 1 Comment

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At 5:43pm on December 29, 2012, Suzy Himmelberger said…
Hello Ann! How are you & what have you been up to? Do you still have bees & honey?
At 8:59am on November 10, 2010, Jeff Reich and Farraday Newsome said…
Thank-you! We really appreciate the encouragement!
At 9:13am on November 9, 2010, Jeff Reich and Farraday Newsome said…
You were asking about strawberries thru the summer. Ours is a new garden - we planted in early August, including the strawberries. They've done fine in this hot fall, producing quite a few berries. They should be perennial, so we'll see how they do next summer and how long-lived they are here in this stressful climate!
At 10:17am on December 4, 2009, Ericka said…
Welcome Ann! You may be interested in the Micro Livestock group. Is that your goat?
 
 
 

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