Just seen a flock of geese fly over from the west - they must be travelling ahead of the bad weather - looks like they're heading for the marshes around the Yare estuary.
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Oh I agree Flowers , it's wrong that people should be in that situation.
Hello Pottiepam - good to see you
It appears that these trees have been developed by Chris Bowers & Sons - I would contact them for guidance.
i think the problem with using freshly shredded stuff as a mulch is that the subsequent breaking down uses up nitrogen in the soil before of course eventually replacing it - that's why I wouldn't use it to mulch a veg plot or flower border.
Just phoned and postponed dental appointment I had for the beginning of next week - they agreed I should stay well away from them
... But when times is hard and there's no sick pay ... It's wrong that you're put in that position. When I worked with vulnerable youngsters we got sick pay at our full rate from the first day. SSP from the fourth day doesn't pay the bills. It's wrong
Bless 'em - must be hard up ;-)
I would use as a mulch on shrubbery type beds,as a dressing for informal paths in woodland or use as a 'Brown' in compost heaps.
Joyce21 says:Do it every year.See original post
Do it every year.
And not a hyphen or asterix to be seen