« on: July 17, 2011, 06:25:24 PM »
Stonekeep meadery in Birdsboro makes some decent meads, but don't know if you can get them in state stores. If you are close, they usually have an open house every month or two.
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As far as group purchases, that's a double edged sword. The LHBS is VERY supportive of the Brew Club..... to start a group purchase there would be a bit of a back stab. Quietly getting bulk grain elsewhere and going to them for the specialty grains is OK with me (and them) as I am probably one of the largest consumers in the club.
so why not have him organize it and let him mark it up something reasonable for his efforts?
Good stuff, thanks for the conversational ammo guys.
One last question! We want to find a good (ONLINE) video training series so we can be prepared for how to train a puppy. Any recommendations?
(They're not Canadian Geese, they're Canada Geese).
A few questions for those of you with more experience:
1. My blueberries are doing horribly - wilted leaves, although the fruit looks like it's forming. My soil is really clay-like, loamy. Could this be the problem?
4. My hops have holes in their leaves. Will this keep them from growing, or prevent the hop cones from forming? What could it be? I've seen ants crawling on them but I didn't think ants liked hops.
Blueberries need acidic soil, so clay isn't good for them. Get some diataceous earth or compost and put it around the plants, and they should do better.
Holes in hop leaves will most likely be from slugs at night. Unless they eat the whole plant, I wouldn't worry.
Ah so I don't have to dig the blueberries up, I can just sprinkle the dirt on top?
Slugs... Yeah, I see their shiny trails when I get up in the morning but they usually hang out around the low garden wall we have. I'll sneak out late tonight and check.