• Betty can mow a lawn in 40 minutes. Rocky can mow the same lawn in 80 minutes.?

    Betty can mow a lawn in 40 minutes. Rocky can mow the same lawn in 80 minutes. How long does it take for both Betty and Rocky to mow the lawn if they are working together?
    Betty can mow a lawn in 40 minutes. Rocky can mow the same lawn in 80 minutes. How long does it take for both Betty and Rocky to mow the lawn if they are working together?
    10 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you ever use a snow blower on your lawn? Where do you blow the snow?

    Best answer: actually yes, my husband does to make a "race track" around the yard for our small dog, so he has a place to relieve himself, and who then runs through the snow and becomes a snowball anyway - we just move the snow to the center of the yard
    Best answer: actually yes, my husband does to make a "race track" around the yard for our small dog, so he has a place to relieve himself, and who then runs through the snow and becomes a snowball anyway - we just move the snow to the center of the yard
    12 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why is the Christmas tree a pine tree, when there are no pine trees in Bethlehem Israel? no snow either. why not a palm tree,?

    when palm leaves are used in Easter?
    when palm leaves are used in Easter?
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to keep beavers from killing my trees?

    I live ear a wetland and beavers go onto my property and routinely gnaw at my trees. Is there any deterrent I can use to keep them away? I suppose I could build a metal fence around each tree or put sharp metal nails into the bark, but I'd prefer to keep things natural.
    I live ear a wetland and beavers go onto my property and routinely gnaw at my trees. Is there any deterrent I can use to keep them away? I suppose I could build a metal fence around each tree or put sharp metal nails into the bark, but I'd prefer to keep things natural.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you grow potatoes in your garden?

    Best answer: I have the room to plant a large patch and keep changing the area every year so we don't reuse a patch again for potatoes for at least 5 years (10 would be even better). We have clay soil, not the best, but we do OK if we don't add lime or ashes to the soil and shake each potato to be planted in sulfur. I... show more
    Best answer: I have the room to plant a large patch and keep changing the area every year so we don't reuse a patch again for potatoes for at least 5 years (10 would be even better). We have clay soil, not the best, but we do OK if we don't add lime or ashes to the soil and shake each potato to be planted in sulfur. I put 10-10-10 in a trench, cover it, and add a dollop of triple phosphate every 16", lay a potato on the top of that and cover them.. The rows are about 20" apart so I can run the roto tiller between them for weeding and loosening the dirt for hilling. When the plants start to flower, side dress them and cover the fertilizer as you hill the dirt around each plant. Cover any potatoes that poke their heads above the dirt. Every morning, before it gets hot, I walk along the rows and knock Japanese beetles, cucumber beetles and occasional Colorado potato beetles off the plants and into a jar with a bit of alcohol. Yes, potatoes are cheap, but ours do taste better. This year we grew Yukon golds, russets, superiors, and Adirondack reds instead of the usual red Pontiacs or red Norlands.
    19 answers · 6 days ago
  • Hi i saw your 8 year old comment about someone s wilting dracaena?

    & i ve scoured the internet for a precise soluton to my problem. i hope you re still using this account & se my message in time. i have a small dracaena marginata sitting on my desk, generally out of direct sunlight & from what i saw online,i should lightly water it once a week & spritz the leaves,... show more
    & i ve scoured the internet for a precise soluton to my problem. i hope you re still using this account & se my message in time. i have a small dracaena marginata sitting on my desk, generally out of direct sunlight & from what i saw online,i should lightly water it once a week & spritz the leaves, which i ve been doing since i got it in october. i live in a very humid city on the coast. anyway, 2 days ago i noticed the leaves suddenly dropping off,however theylook pretty healthy,fresh & green,not even major brown tips going on....i just noticed another leaf falling right now! the only environmntal changes this week have been,a few days of extremely (rare) dry weather (outside) but since i never open my windows in winter coz i can t take the cold,so i can t imagine that would ve made much difference to the plant. the other "change" is,the past week i spent in bed & hardly opened the shutters since by the time i was waking up it was already sunset,but i ve still been using my room lights,so unless this plant is picky about natural or man-made light,i just can t think of what s causing the leaves to drop off?! i have another type of indoor (small) palm tree & that 1 seems fine. it doesn t look diseased in any way, just looks like it s dying of cardiac arrest or something. can my plant be saved? i watered/spritzed it 2 days ago when i noticed the leaves falling,but it s literally going bald, the remaining leaves are hanging on for their life....is it dead already?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do you hydrate marijuana that has become bone dry.?

    Best answer: Keep it in the plastic bag it came in, take a strip of paper towel, thin, and fold it to the size of your thumb fingernail, then get it wet, and drain off the excesses, as you only want it damp, not soaking, then put it in the bag and roll that all up. Be careful not to grind that paper towel up in a grinder and... show more
    Best answer: Keep it in the plastic bag it came in, take a strip of paper towel, thin, and fold it to the size of your thumb fingernail, then get it wet, and drain off the excesses, as you only want it damp, not soaking, then put it in the bag and roll that all up. Be careful not to grind that paper towel up in a grinder and smoke it, or brownies it. Usually, within a day, the moistness of that paper towel will have evaporated enough water for getting the pot to be a little more moist.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is grass a weed or a plant?

    31 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is there any chemical good for killing ants and possibly termites?

    Best answer: There are a variety of over the counter sprays that will kill either or both.
    Best answer: There are a variety of over the counter sprays that will kill either or both.
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is meditating focusing on one thing?

    like if I wanted to focus on a flower would I just picture a flower in my head and only think of the flower?
    like if I wanted to focus on a flower would I just picture a flower in my head and only think of the flower?
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • I want to die in a hole.?

    Best answer: I’ll bring the shovel.
    Best answer: I’ll bring the shovel.
    7 answers · 7 days ago
  • Can someone give me names of flowers in french?

    It’s for a project (A stupid one, I know), But anything helps. We have to do it from A-Z so if that’s important well now you know. Thank you!
    It’s for a project (A stupid one, I know), But anything helps. We have to do it from A-Z so if that’s important well now you know. Thank you!
    7 answers · 7 days ago
  • What is this tool used for?

    What is this tool used for?

    Best answer: It is called 'secateurs' and is used for pruning plants/shrubs in the garden. I am not sure why we always refer to it in the plural (secateurs), but we do. The one in the picture has lost its spring that forces the jaws open after each cut. The spring fits between the little protrusions near where the... show more
    Best answer: It is called 'secateurs' and is used for pruning plants/shrubs in the garden.
    I am not sure why we always refer to it in the plural (secateurs), but we do.
    The one in the picture has lost its spring that forces the jaws open after each cut. The spring fits between the little protrusions near where the handles meets the pivot.
    7 answers · 1 week ago