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By dantt99
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Joined:  Sun Oct 17, 2010 4:48 am
#138278
Can't do those anymore... You see, a guy in a truck drives around at 4 in the morning and throws the newspapers on our porches. So I found a new way to make money.
PM me if your interested because my link got taken down last time :P
By jrmc114064
Posts:  381
Joined:  Fri Apr 06, 2012 2:15 am
#138322
I remember that post yeah anyone throwing something at your house now is considered a terrorist
By FlyTrapper1392
Posts:  149
Joined:  Sat Oct 15, 2011 11:32 am
#138351
GothicJackalPaws wrote:Last reply ever? Isn't that kind of impossible? A board like this will never die. O__O
No. it will end eventually. :D
By jrmc114064
Posts:  381
Joined:  Fri Apr 06, 2012 2:15 am
#138373
Hey anyone know how to maintain a plant for two days without being around going out on a vacation this weekend and get my mystery box tomorrow so the plants are going to be vunerable to slight harsh conditions with shock and what not. I am in south texas so temps around 90s.
By FlyTrapper1392
Posts:  149
Joined:  Sat Oct 15, 2011 11:32 am
#138399
It should be fine. I would recommend growing them inside for the weekend, or until the plants settle in. Also, use the bottom watering tray method with just the right amount of water. Is your house going to be air conditioned? See its different for me because I live in Ohio and during the spring the plants have to be kept inside where it is warm. Sometimes I even put a heat lamp nearby. Right now it is 42 degrees outside :lol: I hope this helped :)
By jrmc114064
Posts:  381
Joined:  Fri Apr 06, 2012 2:15 am
#138402
I will either do that or leave them in the fridge like Steve advised. Thanks for the advice.
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