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Like a membrane, being very thin, translucent or papery.
so many people like eating apple, and it can help people keep thin, so i will take some as dinner,. what do you think ? great...and hope it help you keep a good figure
Hi there, I'm having major problems with catapillars on my brascas eating them completely before they can get going, even with a thin mesh netting over the top and squashing eggs... What can I do? And will they eventually give up?! Thanks Lewis
On new loganberry stems swellings about 2 cm long appear and the stem dies back above these swollen areas. The swellings are often accompanied by thin brown longitudinal lesions.The problem appears to be getting worse such that, on some plants, all
I have lost my copy of the September 2012 Gardeners World magazine which had an article by Monty re growing tomatoes which taste good and have thin skins. I can't remember the varieties, can anyone help?
them turning into woody, weak wood. The next year, thin out the tree some more and bring down some of the height. The third year, thin out the trees some more and cut down to the desired height. Always remove pruned branches from the area of your other
I'm developing a piece of waste land as a wildlife garden. I am planting a hedgerow on the long thin spit of land which runs behind a low wall by a footpath. Next week 70 native hedgerow bare root plants are arriving. I cleared the weeds from
I prune it ? Its looking thin near the bottom fat round its centre and sent up some more thin shoots that are taller than me and Im 6'1 ft. Perhaps you have seen this site, but they describe Louise Row as being pale mauve/white. It may help you find
tomatoes with Bordeaux mixture to prevent blightThin heavy fruit crops, picking off the smallest. Aim to leave developing fruits about 10-15cm apart along the stems, perhaps thinning congested spurs down to just a single fruitSow seed of herbs now
In the "greenhouse job checklist" for this week (week 32, 30 July - 5 Aug) it said to "Thin bunches of dessert grapes and spray vines to ward off diseases". This was very timely as I've recently found a few of my grapes have gone mouldy and