Zoe is the biggest animal lover you will ever meet. Her passion for animals is deep and contagious. She always wants to help any way she can. When we went to the Tulsa Zoo she wanted to give them money to help with the lives of the special creatures.
She even has a local mentor that she looks up to, that is about saving dogs and cats. She has been wanting to donate money to Vet Ranch for a while so I encouraged her to do so because I knew it would make her happy to give. I matched her donation with money I make from my videos and store .
The kids and I love to watch Good Mythical Morning and are inspired by the show. My daughter wanted to do a gardening version of the Will It Challenge that Rhett And Link do on their show. My ultimate goal was to get the picky eaters to try different foods from the garden even for only a moment.
They tried many different herbs, greens, and root vegetables including peppers and tomatillos. It was interesting to see how they reacted to different food items during each round.
After watching a video using a tuning fork on tomatoes, the Vegitate clan had to get one and try out in our garden. The 1st tuning fork was a complete bust and so back to eBay we went. We found a better deal and got one for 4.50 US dollars. It is in the note of C and has the number 128 inscribe on it. According to the post we read that is the best frequency to use to imitate bees. This works better in my opinion than using a electric tooth brush on your plants. By using this method on your flowers it will help increase your produce yields. Pollination is achieved by each tomato flower by resonating the flower on the plant just as a honey bee would.
On April 29th 2016, Western Arkansas was hit a by a devastating hail storm. The storm blew thru the area within a few minutes and nailed our garden with golf ball hail stones. Our spring garden was damaged along with our seedlings. Our tomatoes took the brunt of the damage and hopefully they will come back.
Mother nature can be a bit of a unforgiving force.