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Fighting Tomato Blight with Copper Coated Pennies?

8/29/2012 2:03:48 PM

Tags: tomatoes, blight, protection, copper penny, diy, Huckleberry, rabbit trapping, meat rabbit, ratchet strap, trash hauling, Anna Hess and Mark Hamilton

combating blight fungus with copper pennies and highlighting handsome cat attributes

Will the copper coating on a penny help a tomato plant fight off a blight attack?

What's the best way to trap a wild rabbit for an easy pasture fed meal?

Why does our cat Huckleberry think he owns the farm?

I'm not going to say any of these issues are figured out yet, but for those interested we've got the latest data from each experiment over at our blog

Anna Hess and Mark Hamilton try to keep their cat Huckleberry happy while maintaining an Appalachian homestead. They make and sell a new type of chicken waterer that brings industrial poultry technology to the backyard chicken crowd. 



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