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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by KrayzKajun, Feb 28, 2011.
Goin take my state irrigation exam 2morrow. Time to really step up my game.
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Ya buddy. Go for it. Have fun on the hydraulics.
Good luck Krazy!!
decided i would put a few pics up. all tht is left to put down pine straw, and get the yard ready for sod. Homeowner is in a debate whether to put the caps on top of the walls.
Off to study for my irrigation exam 2morrow.
a few more
I still dont understand why people put down pine straw,its soooooooooo hideous looking, Up north people pay us massive amounts of money to get rid of hideous looking pine straw in beds.
being the yard is covered in pine trees! we could mulch it and in a week, they will be covered in pine needles falling from above
It's a southern thing.
Doesnt make it it right lol
Its plentiful and cheap down there. It makes a great mulch and is much easier to apply compaired to hardwood mulch. You can also make more off of it than hardwood mulch and get to reapply twice a year.