Well, I hate to go against the general trend, but we have loads of bees already - particularly very large and noisy bumble bees. There's also lots of stuff flowering, so they seem happy.
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- Sat May 12, 2018 10:28 am
- Forum: Fruit and Nuts
- Topic: Can certain plants prevent fruit tree problems if put under the trees
- Replies: 8
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Those super-power water pistols work a treat on cats, too.
- Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:49 pm
- Forum: The ish Local - (Chat)
- Topic: Curiosity/Armageddon
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I've though about this for a while. I think I'd carry on doing exactly what I'm doing, not altering a thing. I think I'm probably more contented now than ever before - why change my ways?
- Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:45 pm
- Forum: What's in the pot? Recipes and anything about Cooking
- Topic: Odds and ends
- Replies: 7
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I also make precisely the amount of wine I need, and not a drop more.
I do. I DO!!!
I do. I DO!!!
- Wed Mar 28, 2018 8:38 am
- Forum: Tomorrow's World (Computing and Tech)
- Topic: For all you Linux fans ...
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... Still on a 12-year-old Optiplex 745 (scrapper from work) Very good point, Dave - thanks for that. Just in case anyone is wondering what on Earth we're going on about, a Linux installation can bring a very old machine back into useful life. I use an ancient (early 90's) IBM Thinkpad armed with a...
- Wed Mar 28, 2018 8:13 am
- Forum: Home Brew and other Country Skills
- Topic: Keeving
- Replies: 5
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It's a fascinating process, but I have noticed one thing - apparently no yeast is introduced, so it appears to be a completely natural fermentation and therefore comes with all the usual warnings (ie success may come down to where you live).