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digitS'

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So, how is it that we relate the value of Poo in the Garden?

For the moment, let's leave that to the side, in the wheelbarrow ... handy ;).

Can someone in a position to be helpful fail to be and benefit from the experience? Or, just throw up their hands "They didn't pay attention," and become less inclined to offer suggestions in the future?

What about the person wanting to try something new? Will they be pulling the curtains on the whole thing, refusing to venture in again?

Steve
 

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the poo that gets used in the gardens here is worms/worm poo and then any deposits by wild creatures.

with the many thousands of worms put into the gardens i've always been surprised that the moles have not found them and then run down the rows where i've used them, since they were so conveniently all lined up. i really wouldn't mind as they are down deep enough that it wouldn't usually disturb the seedlings much at all.

the only negatives come in if there are voles around and they start using the mole tunnels as accessories to plant murder from below...
 

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