• CATCHING UP

    Sorry for the lack of posts recently, I/we’ve been busy with some other things that have come up so, unfortunately, posting took a back seat for a few days. New Drake After a few ruffled feathers and agitated quacking from the gals the new Khaki Campbell drake is settling in nicely. He was a little […]

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  • ROCK ON

    Mint, Strawberries & Green Onions Article: Rock dust grows extra-big vegetables (and might save us from global warming) The couple say that the rock dust means that crops don’t need water to produce harvests of magnificent vegetables. “It would be perfect for Third World countries that are usually unable to grow crops because the land […]

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  • EARLY BLOOMS

    After the deluge of rain in early January, we’ve enjoyed a chance to dry out for a few days. The brief interlude of warm weather certainly gave wrong vibes to some of ourĀ fruit trees. Thinking it’s spring, they’ve started to produce blooms — a bit early. The last frost date here is sometime in March, […]

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