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I'm planting a new asparagus bed this spring. Do I need to fence it in to keep the deer and raccoons out? Or do they not like asparagus? Also planting rhubarb, potatoes in the same area. Thoughts and experience?
So far, I have been very happy with my first year at SFG'ing. Pretty much everything I planted has done very well, but recently the Squirrel population is killing my efforts. I did build chicken wire enclosures for most of my crops, except for the
The teacher asks her class: There are 3 birds sitting on a fence, you shoot one, how many are left? Johnny pipes up and says: There are none left, the shot missed and they all flew away. The teacher replies: No, there are 2 left, but I like the way you
And.... she did it twice!!! Luckily, she just went into the neighbor's yard. All of our adjacent neighbors yards are all fenced so if she gets out, it takes more effort to clear another one. The second time that she did it, she did it right in
WHAT IS A SPANGLE? During the seventies, The Budgerigar Society held its Annual General Meeting at the Chateau ‘Impney’ at Droitwich, hosted by the Midlands Budgerigar Association. At this meeting, Alf Ormerod brought along two birds, Grey Greens that
My Garden was looking lovely until the deer decided that Deer-Begone was a salad dressing topping for my garden. They ate all of my strawberries, beans,and roses. My friend total me that he was using the fence method list below with great success. We buil
Budgerigar BudgerigarMale at Cologne Zoo, GermanyConservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1) Scientific classificationKingdom:Animalia Phylum:Chordata Class:Aves Order:Psittaciformes Family:Psittacidae Genus:Melopsittacus Gould,