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Got a load of wood chips from the local tree trimmer. And managed to get most of it spread out before the storms hit.

Donto101 7 June 27
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Your plants and Things are looking good around you house. It takes a lot of work and time. Good job.

kenriley Level 8 June 28, 2018

@StilInterested Even more work for one person

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What perfect timing! I have always thought that a good rain after gardening is a blessing from the Earth. It's surely not a bad sign

Leafhead Level 8 June 28, 2018
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Were those chips treated for termites?

No these a fresh chips in spect my place for termites at least once a year. I use to do that for a living

I hadn't thought about termites, though I did receive a truck load of mulch that was loaded with TICKS!
That was a real horror show!

@Leafhead
Yikes! Sounds awful. Natural compost/mulch is by definition the home of some interesting critters actively involved in the decomposition process...and their friends.... like ticks.

@bigpawbullets
Yeah. Not only was my dog infested, but my house too! I had the gross little bastards crawling along baseboards in every room of the house. I WAS LOSING MY MIND!!!!!
Two pounds of DE and a face mask took care of the problem, pesticide free.

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Is your house up on little stilts?

It’s a manufactured home. I got the land and the home really cheap it was a fixer upper. I’m still working on it

@Donto101 oh, I thought you were going to say something about flooding or groudwater were you live.

@CraeftSmith we do have a lot of flooding that’s why I’m digging ditches and drainage ponds

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spreading wood chips can be tough work, you did a good job!

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