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Chatting on the Plot / Re: What's for tea 2021?
« Last post by mumofstig on Yesterday at 17:14 »
HM lamb Keema with a few onion bhajis ftf.
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It's been a 'non' day here, not bright, not cloudy just there.  No rain but just grey and dreary.  As I say a very nondescript day.
Same here :(
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It's been a 'non' day here, not bright, not cloudy just there.  No rain but just grey and dreary.  As I say a very non descript day.
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: What's for tea 2021?
« Last post by wighty on Yesterday at 16:54 »
It's what I call 'bitza' for tea tonight, we have a couple of small 'tapas' type dishes with left overs from this week left over so are going to finish them all off (of course with a generous grating on cheese on top to cheer them up!)
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: Fireworks
« Last post by jaydig on Yesterday at 16:49 »
IMO, they should be banned from sale except for organised displays.  The horses will be galloping around the field with rolling white eyes.   Mrs Bouquet
I couldn't agree more, Mrs. B.  The fireworks currently on sale are little more than legal explosives and should never be in the hands of the general public. So that everyone can enjoy them, why not limit the huge ones to public licensed displays only, with a limit being placed on the amount of noise they are allowed to make. Many sound like bombs going off, and it's not only the animals that are frightened to death, think about those poor souls who have been in combat situations and suffer from PTSD. Fireworks for home use should be limited to the ones we used to have as children, Roman candles, catherine wheels, volcanoes and VERY small rockets.
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: Covid booster
« Last post by wighty on Yesterday at 16:46 »
I had my blood pressure check yesterday and was offered the flu jab but the Nurse said as you're down for a call in 3 weeks time for your booster, get it all done at the same time.  They have a separate 'drive through' for vaccinations out in the car  park, so you don't need to go in the surgery. 
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Grow Your Own / Re: looking back over my shoulder
« Last post by rowlandwells on Yesterday at 16:30 »
I'm going to try that method next year bobbyt that trench idea sounds good to me by the way did you  net the crop against the dreaded carrot fly ?
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Grow Your Own / Re: Early purple sprouting broccoli
« Last post by rowlandwells on Yesterday at 16:25 »
as yet our broccoli is looking ok its a white variety called burbank I was a bit concerned when i seen some caterpillars on it but after spraying the crop several times that finished of the caterpillars and the plants seemed to get over the slight damage caused
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 I forgot to mention S/P your horse manure wherever you get it from it mite be a good idea to check to see if the grass feed they give to the horses is  sprayed with a weed killer prior to cutting for hay but as you say its well rotted it should be OK anyway if its been sprayed with any weed killers its best left for some time to well rot say twelve months or a little longer

I'm sure others on this site will agree with what I'm saying if they use horse manure
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: Covid booster
« Last post by MrsPea on Yesterday at 16:08 »
We've got ours next Thursday  :)
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