I think that's untrue.most of rural america still sells m80s which are a quarter stick of dynamite
Actually, dry stump remover is sodium nitrate - it'll work even better if you mix it with pulverized charcoal and garden sulfur.
Turns out you're right and things have actually changed since I was a kidI think that's untrue.
However, what is true is that my Grandpop and his brother in law would plant key limes in limestone islands here in Florida by drilling a 1" hole 1-2 feet into the limestone, then dropping a quarter stick into the hole. Would keep the 1" hole for the most part, but would shatter the limestone so that the roots could spread easily.
What do you charge for something like that?View attachment 12904
Cleaned up the barn a little bit. Going to rent it out for vehicle storage for the winter. Room for two vehicles, 10ft x 20ft each spot. Have one person supposedly interested, coming by next week. I hope I can get another person to rent the other space. I could really use the income as I had to cut my salary to keep my employee working. Also a reminder that I need to put up the snow fencing soon before the ground freezes solid. Probably do that this weekend.
$90-$95/month is the going rate for a 10ft x 20ft unit at a commercial storage facility in my area. I asked $75/month each spot. Got an offer at $60/month and the guy said he will pay dec-apr in full. Meeting next week to finalize. Then I'll have 1 more spot. I think I need to time it when snow is falling, people get desperate to store their mint cars then. I got a few tire kickers but nothing serious until this one guy.What do you charge for something like that?