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My cat is getting on and doesn't spring up the stairs as he used to, and may also be hypertensive (awaiting test results). I want to help him by putting a plank up along the side of the stairs (a bit like those for bicycles in railway stations), which is the bit I could probably manage. What I also ...
I was putting food out the other day for the chickens and one went wild when it saw my ring (stones), so much so that even though it was downward, the chicken bent its neck to peck upwards, and with force. It happened again and now I have to make sure I don't wear stoned rings when out dealing with ...
Talking of pests, and this didn't happen when I had chickens a few years ago, when these chickens pooed, within ten minutes loads of flies came out of nowhere to work on the droppings in the garden (not in the shed, thankfully). I got four of them on Friday and today is the first day I let them free...
- Thu Jul 09, 2020 6:36 am
- Forum: I read the news today, oh boy.
- Topic: Our time has come?
- Replies: 9
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is there a serious and rational source of information that would tell us what is likely to happen the rest of the year or winter, not only regarding supermarket supplies but also financially, job market, etc.
- Sat Jul 04, 2020 10:22 pm
- Forum: Wildlife, Flowers and all other things that grow
- Topic: Mysterious bulb plant
- Replies: 11
- Views: 1781
The stacking effect of the bulbs is odd to me, i know they aren't dahlias as their bulbs are long. The blades are coming from the bulbs in the picture, they're not bits of grass. The clump of bulbs is about 16cm wide.
This is a cherry tree in a little raised bed made with some bricks. I've added some fresh compost and used a few bricks around the tree trunk to protect it from the added layer. Is it necessary? If I remove the protective ring of bricks and add a couple or few inches of compost, will the trunk rot o...