ToolsVideos Testing Out the Stihl Brush Cutter Buzzsaw Blade by David The Good July 6, 2018 written by David The Good July 6, 2018 It’s fun! Next I need a plasma torch. Have a great weekend. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Dealing with aphids, killing aphids, organic aphid control and an aphid spray recipe!How To Grow Mushrooms in a 5-Gallon BucketDeliciously Illegal Tonka BeansPumpkin Progress and Failure9 Staple Crops for Total Food Independence (Video) 3 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Still the best video I ever created next post Starting Gardens from Scratch Related Articles My Friend Eddy and His Gardens August 10, 2017 GREAT NEWS: I’m part of the Home Grown... April 2, 2015 How to Make a Simple Compost Pile August 21, 2019 Starting Gardens from Scratch July 9, 2018 Crash Gardening Mini-Episode: Three Amazing Hoes December 15, 2014 Zone-Pushing, Edible Hedging and More August 30, 2017 What Can Go In Compost? (The Rules are... March 1, 2017 Using sprinklers for frost protection February 19, 2015 A Strap Hoe from Recycled Material January 4, 2019 Comment of the Week on Composting Meat August 23, 2019 3 comments Helen G. Pane July 7, 2018 - 6:44 pm Your video of this literally gave me a nightmare last night. I dreamt the damn thing got caught in my hair…bloody mess 😛 I’m in no position to complain, though, as I just got my stitches out from cutting through my hand with pruning shears 🙂 Reply David The Good July 9, 2018 - 11:06 am Yikes, Helen! Reply Scott July 13, 2018 - 12:10 pm I used to eat the Surinam Cherries all the time when I was a kid too. I found a bush not that long ago, I planted 12 seeds that I spit out and all of them have sprouted! I’m waiting till they are a little bigger and I gonna give most of them away to my friends that like to plant stuff too. Brought back alot of good memories eating those cherries. Reply Leave a Reply to David The Good Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.