almost a month and no response from this guy? Thread should be trashed imo. He got scared away once people said he wouldn't be afforded special kid-glove treatment.
Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do
***** style, ***** stylist
Gardener willing to have a conversation with you...
Hi guys, though I'd make use of an unused thread
I have done a lot of reading on this site about the horticulture in which I train in and have noticed that not a single Gardener (henceforth "Gardener") has posted to answer any question's you all seem to have, like 'how do you grow stuff?'
I have decided to personally attempt to take some tension away and answer any questions you have for me and the gardening I represent.
Before you get started into ripping in on what I believe is a system that has its flaws, please keep in mind that I am volunteering my time to try and make a positive difference. If you choose to take this opportunity to try and rip on me for everything you have against the garden, I will simply stay and annoy you all for ever.
I have no interest in farming here, but more a chance to give you all a better understanding of something I'm sure you would like to know more about- gardening.
A little about me;
- I have been gardening since I was 20
- I am now 40 (going on 20 years of gardening)
- Recently appointed Sho Dan (Green Fingered) as of Nov. 2010.
I only ask that we all be civil and will make the most of this :-)
Your Sho Dan (Green Fingered) means nothing unless you are certified by the Royal Horticultural Society.
Originally Posted by doofaloofa
Can this thread be moved to YMAS??
There are a couple of weeds daring to show their heads in my own garden not unlike the Tapout shirted at an MMA event. I'm look for the R34l D34dly solution to deal with these scum once and for all. Should I get physical and work on my grip strength to wrestle them out from the ground where I can finish them with some grappling moves or should I look into the ninja option and skill up on stealth and poisons?
I would recommend that you train Ninja Slugs in your back door (Mc) Dojo. Train them to attack the weeds. Be a master of an art - not a follower.
Originally Posted by Prince Vlad
And when the ninja slugs become to much you must train their natural enemy
THE HEDGEHOG real deadly fellows
My master thought me that the art of gardening is ever evolving.
Now a dilema my master died at the hands of a Killer bullfrog assasin and i have not learned what beats the Hedgehog.
To over come the Hedgehog my student, this can only mastered by long meditation, purchasing my DVD (To over come the Hedgehog - a combat guide) price £9.99 from Amazon and regularly attending my combat gardening school.
Originally Posted by Boneless
Three post an the OP quits, way to prove something. Definitely YMAS worthy.
Where do I sign up?
Originally Posted by scipio
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