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Old 04-22-2016, 12:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Dog ate my new Basjoo!!

Just bought my first two basjoo's and my husky decided to use one as a chew
toy!!!
It's broke about halfway up,it's a little over 3 feet tall.
Is it as good as dead,if not what should I do??
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Old 04-22-2016, 01:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Cut it off just below the break and keep the dog away it should do fine.
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What should I cut it with?
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A knife, I try and use something big and sharp enough to cut it cleanly in one pass. A 8 inch carving knife works wonderfully if you get back into the kitchen before the wife notices
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A knife, I try and use something big and sharp enough to cut it cleanly in one pass. A 8 inch carving knife works wonderfully if you get back into the kitchen before the wife notices
I use a serrated filet knife for trimming lots of plants; it works great on bananas.
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Ok,hope it works!
I just planted them in the pots the night before!!
Gonna get some tomato plant cages and put em in the pots.
If Diesel gets em again,well he just better not!!!
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