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Thanks for commenting.I used the link below as a base reference, else it's up to self preference.https://blackbearcoffee.com/resources/83
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Thanks for commenting.In my search of information about okra, I found a little bit history of the okra seeds that form a caffeine-free substitute for coffee. Its happened when importation of coffee was disrupted by the American Civil War in 1861, the Austin State Gazette said, "An acre of okra will produce seed enough to furnish a plantation with coffee in every way equal to that imported from Rio."https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Okra
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Thanks for the gift.However, they don't sent to my country :(
Yes, and dandelion too...Thanks for commenting.
Yes, mullein is a must-grow herb for your garden.Thanks for commenting.
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I'll rectified the mistake soon.Thanks for commenting.
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Yes... must learn more about electronics :-)Thanks for commenting.
Just sharing my concern with everyone and every pets' loving owners.Thanks for reading the link.
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Yeah, you're right... however, above the sink was my dishes rack. I've try to mount the light facing down, but the width of the frame isn't adequate for the strip :-(
I have a little problem mounting the strip facing down because of the frame :-(
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I've just make an 'ible about lighting the kitchen.Care free to look into it.Here's the link:https://www.instructables.com/id/Lighting-the-Kitchen/Regards,IbniH
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I'll post an 'ible of lighting kitchen cabinet soon. I'll post a link to it later.Thanks for commenting.
Thanks for commenting.I'll make some adjustment to the 'ible so that it will NOT exploded or burn someone's home.
You should have a look at this linkhttp://www.bhg.com/gardening/houseplants/projects/poisonous-houseplants/#page=0
Thanks for commenting.I'll make the correction as soon as possible. Thanks again :-)
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Some of the plants have roots that do grow through the mesh. I've a 8 inches deep gutter. Minus the 2 inches of gravels, 6 inches of soil, IMO, is adequate for most plants, eg. herbs.Another thing, the used of potting soil must taken into account of high percentage peat and perlite. Do read the composition label at the pack.I also have had the same problem as yours when initially, I used the same gutter technique for gardening. However, after I make some minor modification to the system, I having no problem so far.I hope that I've answered yours questions.Thanks for commenting.Happy gardening!
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