I have no idea what’s going on with the Internet browsers, but it is
driving me crazy. I thought I had finally managed to get myself organized so
that I could work without crashes and hickups. Well, it looks like I was
For what ever reason Facebook keeps crashing Shockwave in Chrome. So I had
to move my work to another browser as it was extrememly annoying when
Shockwave crashed Chrome and with it all my work.
I switched Facebook to IE and it seems stable there, no Shockwave crashes.
I chose Firefox as my work browser and everything went fine until this year.
I have to use VPN login to work on sites and when the company tightened
security and added double login things just went haywire. There seems to be
now a Java vulnerablity that has not been fixed and so Mozilla decided to
block Java which I need to log into the secure VPN site. The strange thing is
Are you looking for a simple homemade weed killer that's safe for the
environment, but also tough on weeds? Give this recipe a try.
Recipe 1 gallon (4.5 liters) of white vinegar 1/2 cup salt 1/2 cup liquid
dish soap (any brand) Funnel Pour 1 cup of vinegar from gallon bottle, set
aside to use in other things. Put salt in the gallon jug (funnel works great)
and shake until all salt is dissolved, fill it with the dish soap simply
shake up jug to mix well. Set aside and mark jug as weed killer. How to Use
Pour in spray bottles and use as needed. This solution works best if you
When do you start planting your seeds? Some seeds germinate well in cooler
temperatures and others need it warmer.
Check out this handy list below.
For the full size chart head to Roots Nursery.
Let me know if you found this information helpful and write a
comment.Marlies' blog | Marlies' Creative Universe
This simple graphic helps you figure out if your veggies need full sun or if
they can do well in the shade.
Full SunPlants grown in full sun need to be watered regularly or they will be
Fruit and roots:
tomato, peppers and squash Partial Shade Plants grown in partial shade don't
need that much water and will die if they get too much water.
Leaves, stems or sprouts:salad greens, broccoli, cauliflower, peas, beans,
beets, Brussels sprouts, radishes, Swiss chard, spinach, mustard green,
kale, collards. Let me know if you found this information helpful and write a
Gardening season is just around the corner and your garden will grow much
better if the soil has the correct PH level.
Here is a simple test you can do yourself:
Take two containers and put your garden soil in it to test Add ½ cup of
vinegar to one container and stir If it fizzes our soil is alkaline
Add ½ cup plain water to the second container and stir Next add ½ cup
baking soda and stir If it fizzes you have acidic soil If neither of the
containers has a reaction you soil is somewhat PH balanced.
Now that you have determined if your soil is acidic or alkaline, you can
slowly make ... (more)