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Yesterday at 17:01:40 by florence | Views: 59 | Comments: 2
Hi there, I hope you might be able to advise about sharing a plot with badgers....
I already have 1 allotment elsewhere on our site. I've just taken on another half of allotment which is currently overgrown - there is a badger set at the bottom of the other half plot. I like badgers and am looking forward to seeing them but would like to know what they are likely to eat from my plot that it's not worth growing. I know that I'll need to grow sweetcorn on my first plot but what else should I avoid growing?
Does anyone know if they'll eat broad beans and peas for example? What about things like dahlia tubers and winter squash? They have a run near the bottom of my first plot and only seem to go for sweetcorn and dig occasionally for worms but are they likely to be more of a problem on the second plot that is close to the set?
Thank you for any information.
Yesterday at 16:29:59 by Borlotti
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I was wondering why Dulce kept coming up into the bedroom and telling me to get up. I was having a good read in bed, and he had plenty of food down. I think he was trying to tell me that he had a caught a mouse in the night and left it next to the kettle on the kitchen unit, so I would see it when I had my early morning cup of tea, which I didn't have, as did loads of screaming. Much as I love you Dulce I didn't need that this morning. I still feel sick, and me and OH had to disinfect all the units, oh well at least we had a good clean up. He said he didn't do nothing, as was on the settee doing crossword puzzles. I blame Doris, the wind, as it always drives him mad. Well I have washed his bedding and the kitchen floor.
Yesterday at 14:30:23 by johhnyco15
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picked my first spring onions autumn sown white lisbon i can tell you they are little on the hot side
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