Amor Pistis. plant. October 29th , 2017.
Now a hole is needed, much debate to the need for a square hole, or a round hole, has taken place, I say it is of little consequence, as long as it is big enough. The hole 3 times the diameter of the plastic bag or container in which your tree is now planted, and 3 times as deep as the bag is high. What to fill the hole with? I like to start with a good supply of bone meal in the base of the hole, followed by a layer of course material mixed with a good compost, this ensures a localised water table as well as a good area to attract the root system. This layer should fill a third of the hole depth. The soil removed from the hole needs mixing with a good composted material. Good compost is that available in bags at your local nursery, this has been treated for weeds and pests.
Step 1 - Build a sturdy teepee trellis which the pole beans can climb. Use a trowel to delineate your trellis base. To do this, draw a circle about 4 ft. in diameter. Then, build the tepee using 6 bamboo poles. There should be even spaces for the poles around the circle. Afterwards, drive each of the poles to the ground around 18 to 24 in. deep.
When the seedlings are about 8 inches tall they are ready to be transplanted into the ground or into a large 12 - 15 inch container. This next step may seem surprising but it is the right thing to do. Assuming that you have the soil prepared at this stage, plant the seedling into the hole you have prepared, up to the top four leaves.
How do we fix this problem - we juggle our food pyramid. We swap the foundation of our food pyramid to vegetables. We then build our framework out of nuts (you know, those fats we're supposed to eat sparingly) and fruits. We can keep our dairy and meat stacked on top of that - while remaining vigilant about avoiding the processed kind, such as our zero fat, vanilla yogurt which admittedly tastes amazing but is awful for you. We need to shift our thinking from weight loss = calories in - calories out and start shifting our thinking to weight loss = nutrition/calories consumed. If you're consuming the right types of foods, i.e. the ones that provide the highest nutritional value for the number of calories consumed it is difficult to fail. It really is.
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