Latest posts by Edd

What kind of Potato is this?

Posted: 22/11/2016 at 22:03

The eyes on new seed pots of CARA start with the nice pink/red eyes and look very similar, to yours. As a show potato man, I can assure you. 

It is not Cara. 

Dove Is correct its Kings edwards.

Last edited: 22 November 2016 22:08:15

HELLO FORKERS! November Edition

Posted: 22/11/2016 at 21:21

I see the new quote and edit system is up to it's normal crap and also the search option, only does relevant options and the recent options. They even have their own error Page.

That's a great improvement.

Last edited: 22 November 2016 21:22:25

HELLO FORKERS! November Edition

Posted: 22/11/2016 at 21:12

Boys for beavers girls for rainbows.

Though can't girls also be beavers?

There is a reason for that Clarington some girls get their paws caught. 

Clarington says:

 When this lump releases my other Paw.

Came home and when needed took my couch!

See original post


Last edited: 22 November 2016 21:17:08

Yellow grass after scrarifying

Posted: 22/11/2016 at 20:37
Desthemoaner says:

Thanks again, Dave.

Little did I know that these fascinating animals would one day become my sworn enemies. 

See original post

 Their all part of the life cycle and system of growth and decay Desthemoaner. Try this link to the range of NEMASYS. Hope you find what you need.



Posted: 14/11/2016 at 22:52
Chrissy the gardener says:


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 They where probably just short of members again!!!

What is going on with this site? Did the trolls win?

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Yellow grass after scrarifying

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 22:40

Chafer grubs, Dave Humby.

and wireworm. They were the bane of my, growing for show, life. We had chemicals to get them but then they banned them with good reason. 

I tried for about another 5 years after,  before I ran out of ground to produce more and I must admit ' they won'

The slug Nematodes are worth every penny though, especially if you are growing potatoes for show.

They can't be beat and worth the expense. The way the climate is going, then they will survive all winter again until next year. 

It's mad! (well not just warmer_)

Last edited: 14 November 2016 22:44:55

HELLO FORKERS! November Edition

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 22:16


That does not include chocolate, SORRY Hun !!!!

He might need a skirt at 5 year old, for that? 

What is the opposite of a beaver for girls???

Last edited: 14 November 2016 22:21:20

HELLO FORKERS! November Edition

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 22:09

£200 including cash donations!!! Thanks.

My son may be able to pay subs until Christmas? He does not need wellies! Clarington

What he needs is a good kick up the arse.  He is a proper big girl blouse but he loves the Beavers when he is there and says he will never go again the week after.

(don't ask what mam says)  

Last edited: 14 November 2016 22:14:17

HELLO FORKERS! November Edition

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 21:58

No and not if the Quotation system does not seem to work on here  and why has everyone disappeared?

Nice to here from you punkdoc (get some sun) . Who was the guy that did the moon planting?: Just asking as I'm a loon and the moon is big tonight

HELLO FORKERS! November Edition

Posted: 14/11/2016 at 21:35

Fairygirl    ( I love you as a trier and you are the best at it) . keep going please. you are a person who always makes an effort, however unsuccessful you may be.)

Clarington.  How much did You make for my wellies and wet suit????

"RNLI +  is here's hoping my 10 days drinking only water helped raise enough money to get you a fully waterproof uniform (I think I got enough for the wellies!).
You will never change Clarington. You love and suffer the things you do. I'm proud of what you do and the way you do things and think.

Next year "I'll do it for a month and get you the rest of the uniform. So long as there isn't a scout camp on; scout camps NEED tea."

my son is at Beaver, once a week and as much as he likes it when he's there. He still hates it. (6 year old)  befor going!!!


Pat E

Hosta!Cape Verde! put your mushrooms in the winter sun, to get sun burn. It will give you the vitamins you need (Don't beleve me?)
Your better than that.
fidgetbones my flowering sweet peas ar covered in Ladybirds
WonkyWomble/ dove
Yviestevie. Has enough onher hands and I hope it all turns out just perfect.

Last edited: 14 November 2016 21:37:01

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FREE Incredicompost.

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ID? Weed or plant

what if we had our own Id? 
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