4” -6”

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Anyone? I’ve not see this plant before and several have grown at my back steps, which is a cool, no direct sun area.

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AT 101's still saving the day.

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RidinGreen posted last year about how good these tires are as did Mowdaddy, so I bought a pair last fall and was impressed then and I continue to be impressed. The ground has been very wet and over the past week the AT 101's have saved me from getting stuck many times and most likely saved me from many slides and crashes. I was mowing a very steep slimy slope today on a new yard I picked up and there is absolutely no way I could've done it with stock tires.

AT 101s are awesome I cannot…

AT 101's still saving the day.

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Selecting Plants For Sandy Soil – Learn About Sand Tolerant Plants

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Whether wishing to grow a beautiful flower garden or create a lush vegetable patch, the process of building and maintaining soil health can be quite the undertaking. Depending upon where you live, growers may encounter a wide range of soil conditions and types. While some soil types can prove problematic for differing reasons, sandy soil can be especially frustrating. Luckily, there are ways to manage sandy soil and, surprisingly, a number of sandy soil plants can even thrive in these conditions. Problems with Plants That Grow in Sand Sandy soils are especially troublesome to gardeners for many reasons. While well draining and able to prevent root rot in sensitive plants, this free-draining soil has great difficulty in retaining moisture and valuable nutrients in the garden. This is especially true in climates that receive hot summer temperatures. Sandy soil may also become more acidic, requiring balanced applications of lime to correct

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Pea ‘Super Snappy’ Care – How To Grow Super Snappy Garden Peas

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A sugar snap pea is a true delight to pick right out of the garden and eat fresh. These sweet, crunchy peas, which you eat pod and all, are best fresh but can also be cooked, canned, and frozen. If you just can’t get enough, try adding some Super Snappy pea plants to your fall garden, which produce the largest of all sugar snap pea pods. Sugar Snappy Pea Info Burpee Super Snappy peas are the biggest of the sugar snap peas. The pods contain between eight and ten peas. You can let the pods dry and remove just the peas to use, but like other sugar snap pea varieties, the pod is just as delicious. Enjoy the entire pod with peas fresh, in savory dishes like stir fries, or preserve them by freezing. For a pea, Super Snappy is unique among varieties in that it does not need a

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New Spartan RZ HD owner: my initial thoughts

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I purchased an RZ HD 48" model three days ago and have mowed my lawn twice now. I really like this mower. You can only get a 48" deck on the RZ HD so that saved me from spending more on an RT HD which would be overkill for my 1/2 acre lawn. Even the RZ HD is overkill. It also prevented me from buying the base RZ for $3,999. I think the upgrades on the HD are worth the $1,100 extra.

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New Spartan RZ HD owner: my initial thoughts

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Japanese Maple Producing Leaves of Different Color

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Q: A local nursery trimmed up our Japanese maple. Any idea why it would look like this? What can I do, its an expensive tree. The top is the original color. A: This is a grafted Japanese maple. Somehow the rootstock has been allowed to grow and compete with the desired part of the tree. […]

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Echo HC150 Hedge Trimmer Bogging Down

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I've had this hedge trimmer for a few years now, I bought it used at a pawn shop and it worked flawlessly when I bought it.
It has seen minimal use from me over the last 2 years. If I recall it was working last year but also bogging down slightly when i give it throttle.

The gas that's been in it is "TruFuel" so that should be ok in terms of sitting for a year…or so it says anyway.
The blades move when I can get it revving higher than idle, but when I give it gas it just bogs down and…

Echo HC150 Hedge Trimmer Bogging Down

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Echo TC-210 Tiller Carburetor issues

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I have an ECHO TC-210 Tiller with Carburetor – Zama C1U-K54.

It's not wanting to run at full throttle, its bogging down and running sluggish when under load.

I've removed the 2 carb limiter caps on the H+ L- mixture screws, tried to reset carburetor to the traditional Mantis settings.
H= 2 out
L= 1-1/2 out
But now its worse than before!

So before I make a bigger mess of it can someone tell me what the ideal settings for this particular carburetor would be?

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Thanks…

Echo TC-210 Tiller Carburetor issues

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Delta Systems releases new touch screen display

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STREETSBORO, Ohio – Delta Systems has released its new CAN-bus capable, full-color 7-inch Advanced Touch Screen Display, designed to bring an operator-focused dashboard to keep drivers in command of sophisticated technology.

Designed for utility vehicles, power sports equipment, outdoor power equipment and more, this Human Machine Interface (HMI) provides at-a-glance notifications and simple operator interactivity. Delta Systems’ CAN-bus capable touch screen provides operators with a full view of functionality with an intuitive interface for vehicle and equipment troubleshooting.

“Like many of our dashboard innovations, our new 7-inch touch screen display is designed to bring a more ‘automotive-like’ feel to equipment drivers and operators,” said Michelle Specht, Delta Systems’ Product Manager. “This trend has been gaining traction with our OEM customers as they want to differentiate their products and give operators a more human-centric experience. This color touch screen helps manufacturers simplify their dashboards, while bringing a sophisticated and familiar experience to end-users.”

The Advanced Touch Screen also helps with maintaining equipment reliability, triggered by time, events or meter readings. Periodic maintenance can be planned on a routine basis while planned maintenance can be initiated by the results of predictive or periodic activities, Specht said.

The 7-inch Advanced Touch Screen Display offers customizable (screen/display) outputs, including safety interlock, position sensing, engine monitoring, diagnostics, starting systems, systems monitoring and more. This customization allows OEMs to tailor their displays to their applications, making it a cost-effective solution that doesn’t have them paying for functionality they don’t need, Specht said.

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Can Beer Be Composted: A Guide To Composting Leftover Beer

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You may or may not be aware of how beer can be used in the garden, and the title of this article may induce shudders of revulsion in teetotalers and cringes of dismay in beer aficionados; nonetheless, the questions stands. Can you compost beer? Maybe a better question is should you compost beer? Does beer in compost add anything to the pile? Turns out that composting leftover beer has a few surprising advantages. Read on to learn more. Can Beer Be Composted? Those new to composting may have some trepidation introducing anything “out of the norm” to the compost pile. It is true that a compost pile requires a delicate balance between carbon and nitrogen, moisture, and sufficient aeration in order to create enough heat to break down. Too much or too little of one thing can disrupt the balance, leading to a wet, stinky pile or a dry one

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