ooh, this article helps a lot! for the zero dollar budget questions I have.
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3/4/09 at 3:03pm
that's the one in the little jar, right? I remember liking that more than light mountain. I think it's fine enough to not clog an applicator bottle, but like I said, it's been ages since I've tried that stuff and I just gloop my henna on with a gloved hand. An applicator bottle is easier and less messy!
Did yall see this? http://realestate.msn.com/slideshow....tid=18184152#2
America's top 10 unhappiest cities
1. Portland, Ore.
Overall rank: 1
Depression rank: 1
Suicide rank: 12
Crime (property and violent) rank: 24
Divorce rate rank: 4
Cloudy days: 222
Unemployment rate (December 2008): 7.8%
Holy heck, the grape pruning is not the easiest thing in the world. The whole top of the arbor is rotted (some great compost though) and there is a mass of honeysuckle growing amidst all the other vines and detritous. Sigh. I really hope I don't ruin everything. There are vines that are years old growing every which way, and I'm just going to have to cut some of them.
Candice, can new vines grow out of very old vines? As in, can I get a first year vine to grow, this year, out of the trunk? Alternately, can I choose whatever cane I want or does it have to be one in particular. I don't even care so much if we get grapes this season, just so long as we're making progress in the long term.