The post anything thread


12 pointer
Jul 21, 2009
At the workbench, Kentucky


12 pointer
Aug 5, 2015
Dicamba drift damage from late wheat spraying about 50 yards from my tomatoes. They were really kicking into high gear before they sprayed. Pissed doesn’t even begin to cover my feelings.

I would say you wont have tomatoes there for a long time Dicamba is some bad stuff and can leach from treated fields.
I would get in touch with the ones who sprayed the field.

Dicamba is released directly to the environment by its application as an herbicide for the control of annual broadleaf weeds. It may cause damage to plants as a result of its absorption from the soil by plant roots. Dicamba is mobile in most soils and significant leaching is possible. The adsorption of dicamba to organo-clay soil is influenced by soil pH with the greatest adsorption to soil occurring in acidic soils. Dicamba is moderately persistent in soil. Its reported half-life in soil ranges from 1 to 6 weeks. Dicamba is likely to be more rapidly degraded in soils with high microbial populations, but dissipates more slowly in hardwood forests and wetlands than would be expected from the results of laboratory studies.[citation needed]

At a level of 10 mg/kg in sandy loam soil, dicamba caused a transient decrease in nitrification after two but not three weeks of incubation. The investigator determined that the decrease in nitrification is not substantial and does not suggest the potential for a prolonged impact on microbial activity. In the same study, dicamba did not affect ammonia formation or sulfur oxidation. In a more recent laboratory study, dicamba, at a concentration of 1 mg/kg soil, did not affect urea hydrolysis or nitrification in four soil types.[citation needed]


12 pointer
Nov 17, 2007
Pendleton and Campbell County Ky
You can Not Cross out of the Batters Box and obscure a Throw Down to 3rd Base by the Catcher to stop a runner attempting to steal 3rd base.

My middle son was a pretty good Catcher and played American Legion Baseball for 3 years.
A batter blocked his throw by intentionally moving out to obscure the 3rd base bag.
Sons coach called him over and Said: "Next time they try That, Pop him in the DamHead."
Next inning it happened Again and he Popped the Batter in the side of the Head with the Baseball. Umpire called Batter Out and sent baserunner back to 2nd Base.

Whatever. The story just caught my eye today and I Bet this is what happened.

Its sad that newspeople are ignorant as F these days. Literally dont know a damn thing about anything they report on. Guess its intentional. Easier to use dipshits to spread propaganda.

My grandfather was a newsman for the Ky Post, and specialized in the Cincinnati airport. Literally knew everything and every person worth knowing in regards to CVG, local politics, and a general history buff. Even wrote a book.

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