Post by mnjrutherford on Apr 18, 2009 7:26:09 GMT -5
Thanks Karen! I've got quite a few. You can view my blog... I have the link in my profile... Think I should list them here some other way?
Jo - A developing farmer based on Bible teachings. Diversity, research, and chemical independence are key. Our top soil is about 12 to 18 inches of depleted sandy loam. Under that is a layer of light colored clay. Our sons will soon have more information as they learn to dig deeper and deeper holes.
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For photo storage, I prefer Picasaweb. It comes as a freebie along with Gmail and your Google account, and works best using Picasa as a photo handler. Picasa also has some exceptionally good extras in it, like being able to insert text where ever you want it in a photo, and an upload link to your Picasaweb albums. I find the easiest way to post photos here is to open the Picasaweb photo album to the photo I want to post, right click on the photo, and copy the image location. Then click on the insert image icon (the fourth icon from the left on the row above the smileys) and paste the information between the two square bracketed img's. To get a Gmail account go to mail.google.com/ and create an account. Cheers Dan
Always pay it forward. grungysgarden.blogspot.com/ I am located about 10 miles. north of the Idaho panhandle and just below Kootenay Lake. The property lies in a small microclimate that gives me a zone 5/6 Canadian version or 6/7 US version. One acre of land at an elevation of 1770', just off the edge of a flood plain. Sandy loam soil, hot days and cool nights (55F).
Post by littlebity on Jul 23, 2010 11:31:39 GMT -5
I seem to be having trouble loading an avatar. I am using TinyPic . Not sure what I am doing wrong Maybe you have to have so many posts first? Thanks in advance Sorry about that...I figured it out. You would think I would know how seeing as how I was a mod once or twice ;D
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Post by flowerweaver on Sept 4, 2014 19:54:17 GMT -5
reed I use Flickr. This is how it works for me: When I click on a specific photo, on the bottom right there is a curving arrow. When I click on that is says Share this photo. I choose the BBC code. I copy that code into the body of the post. To see it you have to use the Reply on the top right of the post instead of the Quick Reply that you automatically are in. Then you must toggle on the bottom left between code and preview to see it how it will publish to the forum. Hope this helps!
Drip irrigated gardening in the arid southwest on a beautiful pile of alluvial rocks where the hill country meets the desert. It's a food desert, too: a 3 hour round trip to the grocery store.
the third option they call HTML yields <a href="http://s1370.photobucket.com/user/reedsweb/media/UncleSam_zps2db7853f.jpg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1370.photobucket.com/albums/ag279/reedsweb/UncleSam_zps2db7853f.jpg" border="0" alt=" photo UncleSam_zps2db7853f.jpg"/></a> still no good
finally the last one they call IMG yields this
BUT it does not work for me if I paste it in while on the Preview Tab, have to use the BBCode tab. Wish I had figured that out in the first place and wouldn't have had to experiment with the others.
Nothing ruins a neighborhood like paved roads and water lines.
keen101 (Biolumo / Andrew B.): Looking for Goldini Zucchini again. Thinking of setting up my own seed shop for OSSI varieties in the future.
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gratefulseedsaver: I have Goldini seeds. email@example.com
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wilscase: Hello all. My name is Casey Wilson. I'
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wilscase: I'm a graduate student at Oregon State and have been working with populations segrgating for different color genes such as the B gene in Cucurbita. I'm curious if anyone has experience with crosses in Cucurbita maxima between grey blue types and orange?
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wilscase: I have been backcrossing to the grey parent for 4 generations and have finally selfed the heterozygotes (for the Bmax gene) the populations have segregated for diffuse bicolor (pink/blue, orange green), blue green, blue, green, pink (salmon) and orange
Oct 18, 2022 21:36:29 GMT -5
wilscase: The genes involved are Bmax and bl. I have observed that Bmax is incompletely dominant to wild type (green). I have read that bl is incompletely recessive to Bl(wild type). I'm curious if anyone else has observed the behavior of Bmax in a grey/blue type
Oct 18, 2022 21:38:28 GMT -5
wilscase: It appears that bl and Bmax are interacting to produce different shades of salmon and pink.
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wilscase: I'm also interested in any other color genetics, especially the relationships between B and L genes. In the right background these genes can dramatically increase Carotenoids (vitamin A)
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wilscase: I have lots of germplasm and would love to exchange anything that people are interested in
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