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FRE.E BOOK.... Backyard Ideas For Fun And Frolic

FRE.E BOOK.... Backyard Ideas For Fun And Frolic

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Published by Joseph Szanati
When we think of backyard activities, sports often come to mind. While sports are a great way
to spend your time outdoors, they are not all that backyard activities include. In fact, while you
may not necessarily think so, backyard activities also involve the completion of projects. If you
are a home improvement lover, it is quite possible that your next backyard activity could involve
the building or the remodeling of a structure......
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When we think of backyard activities, sports often come to mind. While sports are a great way
to spend your time outdoors, they are not all that backyard activities include. In fact, while you
may not necessarily think so, backyard activities also involve the completion of projects. If you
are a home improvement lover, it is quite possible that your next backyard activity could involve
the building or the remodeling of a structure......
http://blog.smartwealthsolutions.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/backyideafrolfeb56z1454_Rebranded.pdf

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The first step in repotting indoor plants is to make sure the new containers are clean and free of

insects and disease. Even if the containers have never been used before, it is a good practice

to wash them well with regular dishwashing liquid and a couple of teaspoons of bleach. Rinse

the pots thoroughly with clear water until all traces of the bleach smell are gone.

Use a good commercial potting soil. Garden soil is not suitable for indoor plants although you

can mix in up to one-half pure compost with the potting soil. There are also commercial potting

soils now that contain timed release fertilizers which are excellent for use in repotting indoor

plants.

The soil should be dark and moist with no clumps or rocks. If necessary, put the soil through a

sieve to break up hard lumps and sift out any rocks or debris. If the soil is dry, place the soil is a

bucket or pan and water it lightly, mixing the soil around in the bucket or pan to get it all

moistened. Let this moistened soil stand for an hour or two to make sure the moisture is evenly

distributed. If you add too much water, just let the soil dry for a day or two before potting your

plants.

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