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    Re: Who Owns Nicaragua?

    Probably the same thing Hugo Chavez left for Venezuala.
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    Re: Agricultural Thievery

    Cookshow, are you the only one bringing coconut back to the island?
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    Re: Agricultural Thievery

    Who/where are the buyers who will pay 500 cords for a gallon of coconut oil?
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    Re: Agricultural Thievery

    Here's the address of the wikihow web site. http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Virgin-Coconut-Oil
  5. Re: I had no one around to blame it on!

    I hope Matagalpa is far enough away. :shudder: :hide:

    In seriousness though, do you question if the surgery really has been an advantage for you?
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    Re: Ahh Nicaragua

    Yes, this I agree with. imho
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    Re: Ahh Nicaragua

    I guess I don't understand. Doesn't that mean that there is something wrong with him? Or maybe, that there is something wrong with a person who is so mentally accelerated? Maybe my bias is showing -...
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    Re: Ahh Nicaragua

    Not average might have been a better choice of words. Does 'not normal' imply that there is something wrong with a person? Or judging from the things you have been saying about him, would 'stands out...
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    Re: Matagalpa

    Nicaragua is said to be not only the cheapest country in Central America, but also the safest. My guess is that MGA, Granada and probably a few others are an exception to the safest part. Also it is...
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    Re: What's up with Tomatoes

    Good luck with your Bluefields tomatoes. If they do well for you, I would like some seeds also.
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    Re: Matagalpa

    I'm thinking to share a little here. Last November my wife and I spent 2 weeks in Matagalpa. We drove or walked everywhere we went. There is a small but noticeable quantity of white English speaking...
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    Re: What's up with Tomatoes

    Yes, I think something like what KWP has there is the way to go. Prevents rain damage, keeps bugs and neighbors out and if fans are placed inside so there is circulation, mold and mildew can be...
  13. Re: Getting Ready For Farmer's Market...

    catahoula fan: "Smoked ham and sweet Italian sausage is ready, just gotta season and package the breakfast sausage. Made a double batch of Boursin cheese, lasagnas are frozen, even had time to make...
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    Re: What's up with Tomatoes

    Greenhouses and hydroponics might be answers to the problems with growing tomatoes and other vegetable crops in Nica. True, it does cost more for the equipment and I've yet to find a hothouse tomato...
  15. Re: Off Grid cell phone.... Chinese import

    I'm not too impressed. Looks like there is more that it won't do than what it will. If we had a hurricane and there was no service for a while - a person could make a call I guess. Might get pretty...
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    Re: What's up with Tomatoes

    Here is something I found on nicaragua-community.com. "Certain types of tomatoes, like Roma, Creole, and Golden Beauty are hardier and enjoy the hot and humid climate here in Nicaragua. Yet, even ...
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    Re: Greens in Nicaragua

    My wife is Jamaican. She says she used to eat toto when she was a kid, but doesn't remember any longer what it is. What is toto?
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    Re: Ahh Nicaragua

    The answer is in the early posts of this thread.
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    Re: seeds

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    I received the wild tomato seeds on the left from Florida last week. The ones on the right are the ones I've been growing for the past several years. I was thinking what I have are the same...
  20. Re: TRN Daily News January 13, 2014

    Yes, I'm concerned with all of that too. Also don't forget about that skeleton found across the bay from Bluefields. I think the environmentalists are going to have a hoedown shindig hayday with this.
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    It's easy to get a pretty bad feeling about this Nicaragua Canal. I'd love to see it be a total success. But is there any chance of dredging Lake Nicaragua without stirring up a bunch of silt that...
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    Re: A Day of Cooking

    My goodness, you certainly are an accomplished cook. Any you prefer to prepare everything from scratch - so unusual. Terri and I'll be there to meet you in the morning. - Well actually I really would...
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    Re: wild tomato seeds

    Well, you've found a tomato that can grow in the weather conditions of the RAAS and also has good flavor - that's a lot. Are you thinking about crossing it with a variety that has a better appearance?
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    Re: seeds

    Seed Savers Exchange also has good quality and an excellent selection of many different kinds of open pollinated vegetables.
    www.seedsavers.org/Catalog.html

    Also Southern Exposure Seed Exchange -...
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    Re: seeds

    I'm going to try Brandywine and Rostova tomatoes. I hope I can get at least one of them to do well in the Matagalpa area. They were both bread in and for northern climates. So it is hard to say what...
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