What is the quickest and easiest way to remove mildew from siding? I have heard that power washing can lead to water damage behind the siding. Is there an eco-friendly product to that I can use with a brush to remove the mildew? Also, is there any way to prevent it from coming back?
Without a doubt - tomatoes are the most important crop we grow in our garden.
In fact, we use ourhome-grown tomatoes and tomato based products nearly 365 days a year.
on Mar 08, 2013
i know if you keep them off the ground, plant companion plants like dill, or garlic near to
them, and mulch to keep weeds down and dirt and water from splashing on leaves, they will grow well, a good way to keep off the ground is to plant under an old bed spring, I made one by burning a old box spring !So, when you prepare your bed, dig holes and into each hole place six crushed egg shells, coffee grounds help make roots stronger, tea leaves keep some bugs off. Go organic! No fertalizer which can burn plants..
I used insulation foam boards, cut into 15"x15" squares. Than I covered each with batting and fabric using duct tape. To hang on the wall I used double-sided velcro so they can be taken down to clean, or rearranged. It really made this drafty room so much warmer.