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George the Pigman
Yesterday at 20:28:04 by George the Pigman
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I have a surfeit of bricks in good condition (about 50) which historically come from various stages of building on the house over many years. I'm scratching my head on what to do with them.
But I have had one mad idea!
Has anyone ever used bricks to build a raised bed?
Any more ideas!!
PS I am a lousy bricklayer!
Yesterday at 11:15:07 by elhuerto
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Long time, no post but have a bit of an urgent question. My wife just called to say she'd bought two turkeys - arriving at the end of the week. I've done a bit of reading and the consensus is they should be fine with in with our chickens. I can put them separately but they would have less space - what do you reckon, separate or together? Together they would be sharing the same food / water as the hens but have more space, separately they have just enough space but separate feeding.

March 26, 2017, 15:47:26 by brownthumb2 | Views: 144 | Comments: 7

 Been given the chance of having another half a plot  At the moment I don't want to go the extra expensive of wire fencing  until next year  ,but  we have rabbits on site  , but wondered if  there were things I could grow on parts it until its been cleaned completely ( ins in a terrible state BUT we fancy a challenge) I am thinking about up rooting the raspberry beds  I've already got  on my plot and sort out the ones on the future plot  move the currants and gooseberries from the old one  next year and instead of building the fruit cage we planned  on the old one but to build it on the new one but I would like to grow some rabbit proof things this year if there is anything they wouldn't eat such as onions ?  courgettes ? Planning on strimming it down using weed killer and then covering most of it  till next year but clean and plant as we go with stuff rabbits wouldn't touch the new one would be used for  stuff that have invasive nature
March 25, 2017, 08:59:11 by brownthumb2 | Views: 269 | Comments: 7

 I had several old partly used old  packets of of Peppers and Tomatoes  seeds some from 2011.  I planted the seeds of both two week ends ago  might even be three   the Tomatoes have germinated and have their true leaves where the peppers  are no where to be seen Are they slower to germinate or should I start again . Both are in a heated propagator


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