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Discussion in 'Issues, Disease and Pests' started by Jon, Feb 18, 2009.
Everyone who's smart enough not to live in either location.
Please do not insult my one true home by comparing it to Texas.
My earth worms keep the rotting media aerated so don`t kill them till you're ready to re pot. I was taught not to kill them at all but to put them in the vegetable garden. They don`t eat live matter. I let them live in my outside growing Cyms and Angcms.
Which Angraecums do you grow outside Lynne?
magdalenae likes it outside here so do some of the "birds in flight" types. There are more listed in Hillermans book. I have one magdalenae that has lived outside since the 70s.
excellent. Thanks. Your temps are usually a bit more extreme than mine. I think I will try a magdalenae here. I have admired that one before but never wanted to occupy that much room in my GH.
Just a word, maggie hates having her roots disturbed (she can sulk for years if she's upset) thats why I have rotting media, which she doesn`t seem to mind.
good to know. Once I get one I will keep that in mind.
Breeze, you kill me.
as an avid vermicomposter, i will say that worms can live indefinitely in well aerated water. otherwise, i dunno...
why do you want them out? did i not read closely enough? (i did sort of zone out half way through....)
Jon, an orthene 97% takes care of EVERYTHING used as a drench.
Jon Ive had them on a hook for hours and If a fish didn't get them I'd bring them in and let them go
What happened to the job? (the claps were about your Clark/East Texas comments, not about the job)