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Calendar for Growing Roses
... should be protected by goggles. A respirator is recommended. Clothing should be washed in hot soapy water and the rosarian should take a cleansing shower immediately after spraying. For Extra ... Mavrik, 10% Sevin Dust Rose Midge: Diazinon Thrips: Orthene, Diazinon, Mavrik Spider Mites: Water (use water wand), Avid, Vendex Weed Control: Roundup (Apply carefully). A preemergence herbicide such as ...
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Berries and Small Fruits: Safe Handling Practices for Consumers
... with hot, soapy water before and after: handling fresh produce handling raw meat, poultry, or seafood using the bathroom changing diapers handling pets Rise small fruits and berries with cool tap water ... before preparing or eating. Wash cutting boards, dishes, utensils, and counter tops often. Use hot soapy water and rinse well. Sanitize them after contact with fresh produce, raw meat, poultry, or ...
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Citrus: Safe Handling Practices for Consumers
... Wash hands with hot soapy water before and after: handling raw meat, poultry, or seafood using the bathroom changing diapers handling pets handling fresh produce Wash citrus with cool tap water just before ... . This prevents cross contamination of clean produce by a dirty surface or utensil. Use hot soapy water and rinse well. Wash and then sanitize these items after contact with fresh produce, ...
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How to Winter Sow Seeds Outdoors -
... you take the foil container (of course it's clean, washed in hot soapy water) and a paring knife. Stab a few slits in the bottom of ... they look like they need a drink give them one. The excess water will drain away. Don't forget to replace the lids tightly. ... almost all the way through. Make the drainage slits. Fill with dirt, water, drain, sow, cover with more dirt (the same procedure as above). Tape ...
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Receiving Calla Lilies - Denver Plants
... Annuals - Biennials Ferns & Grasses Herbs Perennials Vines & Climbers Wildflowers Gardening High Altitude Vegetable Gardening Water Gardening Lawns ~ Trees Lawn Care Tree Care Articles Mini Calla Lilies for your ... or buckets with a few drops of bleach and hot soapy water. Regular dish soap is fine. Thoroughly rinse your containers with fresh water after washing. When you receive your Calla Lilies... ...
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Get Growing Now: Starting Seeds Indoors
... for seeding must have good drainage and be able to hold soil and water without falling apart. They should be about 7.6 cm (3 in.) ... the top of the "cookie," place it in a tray and add water. The "Jiffy'7's" expand to a diameter of 4.4 cm ( ... of water, or the soil will become water-logged and the seedlings will be deprived of oxygen. When re-using plastic or clay pots, wash them with hot, soapy water ...
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Indoor Plants - Terrariums
... the container before planting. Wash in hot, soapy water and rinse thoroughly, run it through the dishwasher, or wash with a 1:15 bleach/water solution then rinse with water. If you use a ... plants are yellowish and lack vigor without any apparent reason, fertilize very lightly with a water-soluble houseplant fertilizer at about one-tenth the rate recommended for normal houseplants. Occasionally ...
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Keep Baby's Formula Safe, MOB-004-99
... hot water. Wash all bottle items: bottles, nipples, covers, can openers, and other things, inside and out, in hot, soapy water. Rinse and let air dry. Wipe off the formula can each time you use it. Before you mix the formula, boil the water ...
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Making Baby Food, MOB-007-99
... storage containers, or ice cube trays. What to do Wash hands and equipment well with hot, soapy water and dry. Wash fruits and vegetables and remove skin and seeds. Remove bones and all ... to mash until smooth. Throw away any lumps or hard pieces. If necessary, add liquid (water, formula, or breast milk) to thin-out thick foods. Pour into labeled and dated containers ...
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FPHG -
... as soon as possible. Bathe or shower in hot, soapy water after applying pesticides. Wash clothing worn while applying pesticides separate from other laundry, in hot, soapy water. Contaminated clothing must be handled with the same ...
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