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  1. Jan 04,  · I watched my Father-in-law use it to catch bluegill beside me and smoked me. I couldn't believe it. He was even spraying a bare hook and catching about 4 to my 1, but it is definitely harmful to our fishing waters and I won't use it. Don't believe me spray your minnow bucket with .
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  5. Why Tomatoes Are Bad on the Bottom Before Getting Ripe. Tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum) are technically frost-tender perennials in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 through.
  6. Well turns out that little brush works. The carpet is so soft. I didn't care if it was still wet. I kept walking back and forth because I couldn't believe it. I even made my roommate fell it. He thought I was crazy. He also couldn't believe how well it cleaned. His next words were "Can I borrow that to do my room?".
  7. May 31,  · I canNOT believe this - I planted out 2 more tomatoes, a pepper, a bog lily and a ginger lily, between 5 and this evening. We are now in the midst of a HUGE (golfball-sized) hail storm! I managed to get the brugs in since they were still in pots, but with a mending sprained ankle and torn tendons, I couldn't begin to drag in the EarthBox.

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