I tried mulch a couple years ago around the tomaters, didn't halt the soil fungus I always get.
Now I just try to grow them tall very quickly while getting rid of the lower stems.
Took quite a while to see spots last year. Gotta decent crop before the foliage went to carp.
Peppers do fine getting splashed with soil in my garden, it's a small garden, easy to keep up on watering and weeding.
i've made the Walleye Cakes with Blue Cheese Aioli recipe in the "old thread" above for years
its from an old Walleye Insider and the recipe was from the Nisswa Grill in Nisswa, Minn
one of our favorite change of pace fish recipes
gotta cook the fish first and i dont see why you couldnt substitute pike for walleye
Black Hills Spruce are doing very well with the clay and other competing trees in our yard. The Colorado Blues are doing OK with the soil, but they sure like space, air, and non-compete areas of full day sun.
Well my team didn't do too bad I had 3 make it to day 3 (Dean Rojas finished 54th), and 2 fished Sunday. I actually landed in the 96th percentile for the tournament and bumped me up to 80.1% as of now.
no mulch expert but i wouldnt think so, unless the mulch has die in it!!!!!!!!
yea i have a lawn, i dont bag my clippings. i rake it up by had.....like hard workin union guys do ....... but dont ever get near enough!!!!!!!
The Cheffrey recipe that thirdeye talks about is a good one. it's a little work but it turns out great - cooking the fillets before hand allows for easy flaking of the fish and makes for a shorter cooking time. They're VERY filling, like thirdeye says, can only eat about 2 at a time. i like to whip-up a little chipotle ranch-type dipping sauce for these as well.