Ariens 938033 Path-Pro Snow Thrower

  Ruthless, Powerful, And Well-Built This is a pretty accurate description of the Ariens Path-Pro Gas-Powered Snow Thrower.  With a 208cc engine and a push button electric start, this little bugger will eat some snow in a hurry – and throw it several dozen feet away – as needed. The…

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Snow Thrower Reviews

  Is It A Snow “Thrower” Or A Snow “Blower” ??? Most folks are used to calling this machine a snow blower.  But, that is not factually correct.  The word “blower” conjures up visions of a vacuum hose type affair that literally sucks the snow up and blows it out…

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Jim’s November 2018 Garden Answers

November 2018 Garden Answers You will find all the answers for the November 2018 Quiz right here – on this page.  These answers are shown in greater detail in posts found throughout The Perfect Vegetable Garden.   Answer to Question #1 The question was: How close to indoor plants must…

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Jim’s November 2018 Garden Questions

November 2018 Garden Questions It has been a few days since Thanksgiving – and time for the 2018 November quiz.  A reminder – all questions are taken randomly from articles posted in The Perfect Vegetable Garden.  If you get stumped, click over to the November 2018 Garden Answers for the…

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Cover Crops For The Backyard Garden

  What Is A Cover Crop? At the end of the summer harvest, when all the veggie plants are dead and gone, it’s time to till the soil and work plant debris back into the dirt so that it decomposes over the winter.  But, that result in bare soil –…

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Assassin Bugs – Hired Guns Of The Garden

  Assassin Bugs Are Executioners – Eradicating Pests That Destroy Veggie Plants Yep.  That’s what they are.  Carrying an ominous name, assassin, these warrior bugs are worthy of our protection.  Enough of them can annihilate most of those enemy critters that eat the fruits of our labor before we have a chance…

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Growing Mesclun – A Torrent Of Taste

  What On God’s Green Earth Is Mesclun? Some folks think that it’s some kind of illegal hallucinogenic drug that hippies consumed back in the 1970’s. Oh wait – that was mescaline – so, that’s a lot different! Mescaline is a derivative of the Peyote Cactus – usually coming from…

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