Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/19

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Subject: Fish (WAS: [Leica] Lost Faith in Leica) (Nathan Wajsman)
From: leicagalpal at (Kit McChesney)
Date: Sun Sep 19 15:28:48 2004


On the deer problem, go to your favorite barber shop and get bags of hair
clippings. Spread 'em around the perimeter of your garden. Deer and other
varmints hate the smell of human hair and they'll stay out. I know it sounds
icky and disgusting, but it works. 

My garden this summer? Tomatoes, basil, sage, cilantro, pole beans, squash,
strawberries, raspberries, fennel, snow peas, beets, carrots, mizuna,
romaine, carrots, collards, eggplant, chard, turnip greens, corn, and
cucumbers. We had RAIN in Colorado this year. It was glorious. Oh, and
sorrel, too! I have flowers as well. That's a whole 'nother list!


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Subject: Re: Fish (WAS: [Leica] Lost Faith in Leica) (Nathan Wajsman)

"I grow lots of my own food, right here in my backyard! I rarely buy
vegetables during the growing season. Kit.."

I had a mini farm myself this year...3 types of basil, tomatoes, cilantro,
chamomile, Peruvian Ground Cherries...took a bunch to the Farmers Market...
Biggest problem was with the deer.

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