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- How do I keep insects out of stored grain?
- How long can I keep stored foods?
- How long does pectin keep if the box has not been opened?
- How much food should I store?
- How much water should I store?
- I just inherited a pressure canner. It's pretty well used and I'm a little nervous about using it. I've never done pressure canning before. Is there a place where I can get it checked out for safety, and how do I learn how to use it.
- I know that I should add lemon juice to bottled tomatoes and tomato juice, but my husband hates sour stuff. Is there an alternative that isn't sour? Is there a recipe for 'V8' that is more palatable?
- I would like to find a recipe for canning apple pie filling that is safe for my elevation. I have looked through your web sites to no avail. Please direct me.
- Is it save to eat weevil?
- What can I store water in?
- What protein content should my stored wheat have?
- Where should I put my food storage?
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- A week ago I was given an easter lily with white trumpet flowers. The plant was very dry, so I watered it, and it dose seem healthy. The blossoms are gone. 1) What, where and when is the best time to plant outside? I would like to plant it in a pot with other flowers. 2) The spot is quite shady, gets a little sun, will it be ok? 3) How should I winterize the plant when it gets cold, so I can have it come out nicely next year? 4) Will it multiply, where I can get other plants? or, How can I plant other starts from the plant? 5) Is there literature on growing easter lilys in Utah? 6) Can I expect blossoms again this summer or fall?
- By the end of June, our apple tree looked sickly, with faded, curling brown leaves. I am wondering if the leaves look the way they do because my husband doesn't spray regularly or because the tree is not getting enough water in our arid climate. When he does stick to a schedule, it seems that the leaves don't look much better. This is a tree that is nearly twenty years old. I have never noticed an infestation of bugs. Apples have gotten smaller and smaller by the year, most have worms. The tree is in our front yard and I really would like it to look healthy, regardless of whether or not we get eatable fruit. What should we do?
- Can I recycle garden waste without composting?
- do ants eat one another?
- Do you have information on average last spring freeze dates in Utah?
- Do you have information on spring-blooming perennials?
- Do you have information on water-wise annuals?
- Do you have nutrient information on fall vegetables?
- Do you have tips for growing cauliflower and celery?
- Do you have tips for growing water lilies?
- Do you have tips on pickling vegetables?
- Earlier this season we sprayed with Dursban, can we still eat the fruit?
Note: These questions are a portion of the questions available at the master page .