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Re: OT-chat:After Irises

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] OT-chat:After Irises
  • From: Maj.Öhrström <rcc592h@tninet.se>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 21:42:49 +0100

Tom Greaves wrote:
4.  My chickens, ducks and geese have free range over the

> property and they have a tremendous appetite for tender
> green plants.
> HELP!!

Try an electric wire around your tender greens. Geese at least are intelligent
creatures, one little nibble on the wire, a great kakalorum and then, never more, all
geese within earshot have learned the lesson and your little ones may thrive in peace.
It works here in Sweden anyway.
Or you might take up Japanese gardening, the all-gravel-and-rock thing? :-)

Maj Ohrstrom, in wet, cold and foggy Stockholm.


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