Discussion in 'DIY (Do It Yourself)' started by vBlake, Apr 25, 2017.
Drip irrigation on the cheap!
Is that one of those $40. Yeti buckets?
Well it damn sure ain't one of those $75 Exdat buckets.
His sticker wasn't even large enough to cover the Lowes logo.
Ouch that's a low blow sorry for Expat, sucks to have a small sticker
Sooo... got some Milorganite and spread it around a newer patch of lawn off the back deck. Well no one mentioned the fact that it smells bad like raw sewage. Now I have a big family gathering tomorrow and my backyard smells like sheeit... never again!!!
What! Why would you ever use that stuff??
May could water it in real good. Should go away soon. Mine has never smelled like poo. Just lovely fertilizer. Maybe you have gas??
How is this possible!! Ol' scalpy Carl's yard is dominating mine! How is that even possible!! I tend to his yard!!
Answer F**** Army Worms... Lil bast'ads
Lawn wars - sounds like a suburban Steven Speilburg movie
I'm not even trying to be funny / joking... the stuff smells awful. I know what sewage smells like and this is it.
Try watering it in....
The grass always seems to be greener over the septic tank and where the dogs $#!T
Think positive @Zeek, Family gathering in the front yard.
It's rained everyday here for the last 3 weeks. PA is like a rain forest in the summer... last thing anything needs is watering.
Well I have my fingers crossed that it will be gone before the big event! Make a joke about and and blame it on the dogs and kids!
Well, it is made from sewage.....
I haven't had the displeasure of dealing with army worms.
But there is an invasion underway here currently. Fourth year in a row.
So I mowed short all spring and summer to promote my Bermuda to grow out instead of up and I feel it really worked well. Last year my yard was kinda spindly and thin. However it is not anymore. It's been bad rainy here over the past 2 weeks and I let my yard get tall. It's in beast mode right now. Oh and @Zeek look at this milorganite line!!
Very niiccceeee !!!
Over 10" of rain this month means the yard is looking awesome!
Deepest green I've ever had in August.