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I have indoors an avocado plant that is seven feet tall and that has never been pruned. The top two feet that has most of the growth is now bending over because the ceiling is at nine feet so it must be cut back. How much can I cut it back to reduce its height?

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I haven't been able to find a picture on the web that looks exactly like this. Although I am suspicious that it is early blight. Any help is appreciated. I have quarantined it but need to know if I should just chuck it. I am in Sacramento, CA which is zone 9B. These are plants I started from seed. I used those expanding pellets from Jiffy. I have hand watered and kept them pretty moist. They are about 5 weeks old and about two weeks ago I transplanted to 4" pots with bagged mulch soil. Kellogg's raised bed mix and gave them their first fertilizer at 1/4 strength. Also of note I just started hardening them off the last couple of days. But this is the only plant affected out of 36.

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relative newbie here. I was upgrading a light fixture and at the same time installing a dimmer switch. I accidentally purchased a 3-way switch instead of the required 2-way switch and my "helper" removed the "insulating sticker" that covers the pole used for the 3-way switch and I didn't notice. I installed it, flipped the breaker back on and went to test out the light. When I did, I could almost immediately smell a faint burning smell (really bad smell). I went back, turned off the breaker, and pulled the switch back out. The extra pole had come in contact with the box. I took it out, replaced the "insulating sticker" and screwed the pole in so it isn't sticking out. Some questions.

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I installed a Honeywell Humidifier 18 years ago and it was never cleaned and stopped working 10 years ago. Does this non working humidifier affect the quality of the air in the winter? Should we clean it or replace it altogether?

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I see dust under the baseboard but not much. And also, sometime I can smell "crawlspace" like smell but I am not very sure. How to technically test the air pressure in home? Even more, how to technically test the air flow in home?

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The stair in my garage is very ugly and it's off-gassing bad particle board smell. Especially the first riser is rotted. So I am going to make a new stair by replacing current treads and risers with plywood or oak hardwood. But I have no idea how to protect the first riser? When it's raining or snowing, there will be quite a few water from the car.

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I'm getting to the point of buying the material for my French drain, which is suppose to go at the foundation of my house's crawlspace. Now the question, I couldn't find a definite answer to...the fabric that is used to wrap the PVC pipe.... I'm assuming it is the woven one because I want water to get to the pipe? I also plan on putting a sock on the pipe so that small particles don't clog it.

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