Re: Bee Pods
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- Subject: Re: Bee Pods
- From: "John I. Jones" <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 18 Jun 1998 21:27:58 +0000
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> >Jan Clark wrote:
> >> >>I noticed a large area with sand scattered rather profusely. I
> >> >>asked Lloyd about it and he said he couldn't figure any other way >>to
> >> call attention to his baby seedlings so no one would step on >>them.
> >> Rosalie Figge
> >> A friend has upside down kitchen strainers, and wire cake racks
> >> scattered through her garden. That's fine for little patches. My father
> >> used to put out rows of string, with pieces of paper or silver milk
> >> bottle tops (Remember them?) attatched. These were to keep the birds
> >> from eating his vegie seeds, but would also work for alerting people.
> >> Perhaps bright coloured pieces of paper would be best.
> >> Jan Clark
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> Jan: The sand also helps to keep the soil from baking, and I think it does
> look better, for it helps slow down the weed germination. I have about 2/3
> of the garden done, - only one rather slow workman, - me. Lloyd Z in
> Durham NC USA