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I'd have to agree with Bob. Nasty little critters! Got them here as well.
We have block paving at work and we use the points of a triangle hoe to clear it. Hard work I know but it works.
Have failed several times to get on map, need help
No rain today but garden too wet to do anything. went cutting firewood instead.
Hate all this rain and more on the way.
Sometimes a second head will appear on some heads if they are ready for harvesting. Wheelers imperial is an example I've grown that does this. Nothing wrong with it.
I leave an old kitchen knife on my compost bins to chop everything up nice and small. When i meet a bit of plant not decomposed in the finished compost I just throw it back into the first bin and let it go through the process again.
Here's what I have
Has anyone got a picture of a Coxs fruit as I'm not sure if that is what is growing in my garden.
Planted Garlic "Marco" on 18th October. Green shoots up on 28th
18 here in Tipperary today, raining all day