Date: 6/06/2018 20:47:17
From: trichome
ID: 1236177
Subject: June 2018 Chat

rain and more rain, light sprinkles watering the garden as we speak :)

rain for you?

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Date: 6/06/2018 22:06:17
From: bluegreen
ID: 1236202
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

trichome said:


rain and more rain, light sprinkles watering the garden as we speak :)

rain for you?

None here :(

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Date: 7/06/2018 17:50:58
From: trichome
ID: 1236569
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

i think there is some on the way to you, at least the tv weather said the SE will get some long wanted rain,

more rain for us today, but not much forecast as we head toward a generally drier period of the year.

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Date: 8/06/2018 10:15:27
From: bluegreen
ID: 1236964
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

trichome said:


i think there is some on the way to you, at least the tv weather said the SE will get some long wanted rain,

more rain for us today, but not much forecast as we head toward a generally drier period of the year.

Some overnight and still falling :)

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Date: 16/06/2018 10:07:18
From: roughbarked
ID: 1240362
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

bluegreen said:


trichome said:

i think there is some on the way to you, at least the tv weather said the SE will get some long wanted rain,

more rain for us today, but not much forecast as we head toward a generally drier period of the year.

Some overnight and still falling :)

Just had a quick shower here. Might be a little more with it.

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Date: 16/06/2018 10:36:15
From: roughbarked
ID: 1240377
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

roughbarked said:


bluegreen said:

trichome said:

i think there is some on the way to you, at least the tv weather said the SE will get some long wanted rain,

more rain for us today, but not much forecast as we head toward a generally drier period of the year.

Some overnight and still falling :)

Just had a quick shower here. Might be a little more with it.

mm a whole mm. Ah well, wet stuff is wet stuff. So far this week we have had a total of almost 20mm which isn’t bad when the whole year thus far has been 52.6mm 25 day(s)

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Date: 17/06/2018 10:06:02
From: roughbarked
ID: 1240837
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

roughbarked said:


roughbarked said:

bluegreen said:

Some overnight and still falling :)

Just had a quick shower here. Might be a little more with it.

mm a whole mm. Ah well, wet stuff is wet stuff. So far this week we have had a total of almost 20mm which isn’t bad when the whole year thus far has been 52.6mm 25 day(s)

Ended up getting 7.5mm yesterday and today hasn’t got over 6 degrees yet.

Here is one of my attempts to keep the crested pigeons off my seedlings. I simply cannot get seeds to work without taking drastic actions.


The plants in question are Rhodanthe cholorocephala,

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Date: 18/06/2018 20:26:39
From: roughbarked
ID: 1241534
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

I set rat traps for blackbirds which dig things up. The pigeons peck at things which includes getting tasty greens lik young radish or native daisy seedlings seemingly preferrable to grasses.

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Date: 26/06/2018 08:16:04
From: roughbarked
ID: 1244531
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

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Date: 28/06/2018 12:21:44
From: trichome
ID: 1245470
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

frost, that is just too cold BBBBrrrrrrr :)

what country code starts with 31?

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Date: 1/07/2018 15:20:27
From: roughbarked
ID: 1246914
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

trichome said:


frost, that is just too cold BBBBrrrrrrr :)

what country code starts with 31?


The Netherlands. Holland.

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Date: 1/07/2018 15:26:28
From: roughbarked
ID: 1246915
Subject: re: June 2018 Chat

roughbarked said:


trichome said:

frost, that is just too cold BBBBrrrrrrr :)

what country code starts with 31?


The Netherlands. Holland.

Scared of a bit of frost? This is a bit of gauze screen I laid down to keep the crested pigeons from eating my radish sedlings.

This is a study of frost on a Brussels Sprout leaf.

It was -3˚C

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