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  Topic: Garlic already yellowing
spideog

Replies: 31
Views: 33983

PostForum: Vegetable growing, fruit and allotments in Ireland   Posted: Sun Jun 29, 2014 7:47 pm   Subject: Garlic already yellowing
Does 'scrape' mean the garlic has bolted and produced a 'flower'. If yes are you all suggesting that you cut off the flower?
Is the 'rust' you are talking about the yellowing leaves? I presume yo ...
  Topic: Beetroot chips
spideog

Replies: 2
Views: 7508

PostForum: Recipe drop   Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:24 pm   Subject: Beetroot chips
Hi Simonj,
looks yummy!
I presume you use a deep-fat fryer??
and that the beetroot is raw??

Does the oil in the fryer go purple and if yes do you have to discard it before you cook in it again? ...
  Topic: How to stop Starlings eating nuts from bird feeder
spideog

Replies: 8
Views: 20299

PostForum: Irish garden birds, bird watching, hens, ducks, geese etc.   Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:01 am   Subject: How to stop Starlings eating nuts from bird feeder
Thanks Hitbit,
I got a squirrel-proof feeder in the garden centre and it works a treat.
Have kept the old feeder for the starlings!
Spideog
  Topic: SOMETHING TO COVER MY OIL TANK
spideog

Replies: 8
Views: 17996

PostForum: Climbers and creepers in Ireland, including wall shrubs   Posted: Tue May 03, 2011 7:02 pm   Subject: SOMETHING TO COVER MY OIL TANK
Plant Bamboo at your peril!. After a few years you will have it coming up everywhere: in your flower beds, paths and under walls. It's not suitable for any small garden or even any medium sized gard ...
  Topic: How to stop Starlings eating nuts from bird feeder
spideog

Replies: 8
Views: 20299

PostForum: Irish garden birds, bird watching, hens, ducks, geese etc.   Posted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 3:12 pm   Subject: How to stop Starlings eating nuts from bird feeder
Thanks James, I tried that last winter but I used heavy duty elastic bands rather that a pair of tights. The starlings are able to cling and eat upside down, just like a tit, the swinging motion does ...
  Topic: How to stop Starlings eating nuts from bird feeder
spideog

Replies: 8
Views: 20299

PostForum: Irish garden birds, bird watching, hens, ducks, geese etc.   Posted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 10:02 pm   Subject: How to stop Starlings eating nuts from bird feeder
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to keep Starlings away from hanging nut feeders? I gave up on a platform feeder a long time ago as the Starlings ate everything in a few minutes. They have no ...
  Topic: Tomatoes on a potato plant??
spideog

Replies: 3
Views: 4024

PostForum: Vegetable growing, fruit and allotments in Ireland   Posted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 6:14 pm   Subject: Tomatoes on a potato plant??
Thanks for the tip. Unfortunately I threw out the fruit as I thought it was too poisonous to have around, especially with small children about. I'll know next time. Very Happy
  Topic: Little Spuds Grown on my Potatoe Stalks
spideog

Replies: 10
Views: 14698

PostForum: Garden Photo gallery & Plant Identification area   Posted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 10:45 am   Subject: Little Spuds Grown on my Potatoe Stalks
Is it ok to eat the potatoes at the end of the stalk with the fruit? Question
  Topic: Tomatoes on a potato plant??
spideog

Replies: 3
Views: 4024

PostForum: Vegetable growing, fruit and allotments in Ireland   Posted: Sun Aug 09, 2009 6:33 pm   Subject: Tomatoes on a potato plant??
I have three green tomatoes growing on a potato stalk! Has anyone ever seen this before? I've done an internet search and I'm not the first to have such a freaky plant. They seem to imply that the ...
 
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