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I am a newbie to this board, but not a newbie to Disney. In fact, I live in central Florida. I have a young special needs child who isn't allowed to travel far from his doctors, so Disney is our vacation destination. We have an upcoming trip and for the
LAMB'S-QUARTERS (Chenopodium album) Lamb's-quarters—also known as pigweed, goosefoot, and wild spinach—is a relative of spinach and one of the most widely distributed plants on earth. In years gone by, both Europeans and American Indians cultivated this
Been a busy busy bank hol. weekend down here in Kent. Had to do an off the cuff wild food demo from whatever I could find at an hours notice & ended up trying out something I've had in the back of my mind for a while - broad leaved dock used as wraps
This is mainly for the European section , but it does cover some of what has been discussed in nthe USA forums as well . Weed killer in lawn clippings and local authority made compost . According to The Times 23 feb 2013 ( A premier UK newspaper
Hi everyone. I took a "spur of the moment" trip down to Sheerness Docks the other night in search of the Yellow-Tailed Scorpions. I'm pleased to announce that I was able to find three scorpions on the High Street wall that surrounds the docks. It took me
The way I treat the birds is to flush out the crop with a Turkey baster full of slightly warm water with probiotics in it. I will fill the crop a couple of times and squeeze it empty till all the material is out of the crop and the crop is nice and clean.