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How to Fix a Rabbit-Chewed Arborvitae

NA/AbleStock.com/Getty ImagesRabbit damage is classified as either shoot or bark damage. If too much bark is removed, all growth above the damage will die. If you’re dealing with a shrub, it may rebound from both types of damage with only a little bit of help from you. Trees will only recover if the trunk has not been heavily damaged.
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How to Plant a Bamboo Orchid Plant

Keep the soil around bamboo orchids constantly moist. In drought, water them at least every three days or sooner if wilting occurs. Maintain a two to three inch layer of organic mulch around these orchids, avoiding an area a few inches in diameter around the base of each plant. Fertilize bamboo orchids with a slow release fertilizer every six to eight weeks.
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The Easiest Vegetables to Grow in a Backyard in Florida

Peperoncino image by haller from Fotolia.comFlorida’s warm subtropical and tropical climate, make it possible for most areas of the state to have a backyard garden year-round. Most vegetable varieties are easy to grow and will grow well in Florida, as long as you pay attention to the plant’s planting range and time of year it is best to plant.
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How to Kill Torpedo Grass

Grass image by green308 from Fotolia.comTorpedo grass (also known as bullet grass) is a grass variety found throughout coastal, sandy-soil areas of the United States and other regions worldwide. Eliminating torpedo grass from your lawn is simple and requires but a few weeks time and some basic landscaping skills and inexpensive materials.
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How to Replace the Fuel Line on a Ryobi String Trimmer

Over time, fuel lines become brittle and begin to leak. You& 39;ll need to replace two fuel lines. The line runs to the left side of the carburetor. The other fuel line is the return line that returns unused fuel from the carburetor back to the fuel tank.Over time, fuel lines become brittle and begin to leak.
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How to Do Footings for Steel Posts

Light in the sky image by Lise Powell from Fotolia.comFootings for steel posts are often found supporting parking lot lights, traffic signal poles and buildings. Larger footings have L-shaped bolts embedded in them, and the steel posts are bolted to the footing. The average do-it-yourselfer will encounter the small post footing more often than the large post footing.
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