JIMMMY


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EU bans glyphosate

Posted: 15/04/2016 at 20:15

I work in the research department of a large chemical etc company!

I amongst others do the actual physical testing for the senior research scientists where the results are meant to match the experiment not the experiment match the results!

As with all experiments things do not always go as expected and they then pretend that was what they wanted, especially when we tell them that was not what we had been told to achieve!

When they chance their arm and try to pass it off to their bosses as successful the hob nail boots come into operation, ,dented reputation for them, back to work for us again,those above them are not easily fooled!

Do i believe someone whose title is "Scientist". most certainly not always, look no further than the evil mad scientist who had for his own reason condemned MMR vaccine,and the harm that did!

 

No Gardeners World and

Posted: 08/04/2016 at 20:48

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Monty had a moan about it at the end of last weeks programme, just right too!

I'm off to a proper football match tomorrow, football should be played on a Saturday, kick off 3pm, none of this Friday night mularcky spoiling "OUR" gardening  programme!

Creeping Jenny (Golden)

Posted: 07/04/2016 at 11:22

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I first saw it in Henley in Arden some years ago, my wife thought it was wonderful,so I bought some pots of it, have been trying to get rid of it ever since, it is a thug!

 

Ps I still have "the" wife!

Pps I am supposed to say,"my" wife.

Teasing roots

Posted: 07/04/2016 at 11:16

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He just doesn't do it to tease you!

 

What the hellebores is going on?

Posted: 31/03/2016 at 10:31

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Verdun, mine have been behaving  exactly like yours, I always sell some at the garden club and WI meetings, but not this year, poor flowering and some are just emerging now through the soil!

Have 5 slate grey ones that are just now starting to flower and attracting the honey bees!

Cheers

Subsoil

Posted: 25/03/2016 at 22:23

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I would say you are asking for trouble, there is no life or air  in sub soil, nothing will grow and you probably would have to remove it at a later date!

 

During the winter storms a very large beech tree in the "lords" estate blew over, the surface roots just snapped!

When I had a look there appeared to be  no roots penetrating the sub soil, just large surface roots spread over a wide area!

 

 

T & M seed offer

Posted: 19/03/2016 at 01:09

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Had a look just to see as T&M not very reliable, sure enough it was buy five get the cheapest free!

 

Some firms never change!

......the good guys

Posted: 09/03/2016 at 16:00

Chryths Direct

Bought a collection of John Wingfield Chryths (10), really excellent young plants, well packed and delivered when they said they would be!

Geranium rozanne

Posted: 08/03/2016 at 20:55

My Rozanne in tubs have just peeped through the soil, I had a quick  poke in the soil of those planted in the border, big fat buds just below the surface.

Not a lot of perennials are showing any sign of life yet, still a bit early in the season for most!

 

Keep the faith!

Plastic containers

Posted: 07/03/2016 at 21:16

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The base material, polymer chip costs them very little, our company sells scrap chip by the tonne and there can be on occasions a lot of it, it used to be about £1.50 per kilogram though I don't know what it costs them now!

Netlon used to take all they could get when I was actually taking an interest, some one else has that responsibly now!

 

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