Please if you are going to quote me include the whole thought, I am only one of a few that veggie garden, it looks like a brag but I am not bragging, if you think for a minute you would realize I am talking about Ocean County, If I am better than most that veg garden that may be only 20 or 30. There are hundreds that do other things like herbs, bulbs, grasses, shrubs, trees, flowers shall I go on?, I hope no one things I am trying to say thatI am a big shot, I made that clear on the first post that I am not very good an gardening in general, My point is I am good at veggie gardening and that is all, we all have an are that we exceed in don't we?Besides I am best at vegetable gardening I am better at that than most of the other girls, but they might be better at flowers. I love flowers but I am not good at growing them because I am into veggies more.
The first time I heard that word was on BYC referring to "killing" a chicken, I thought it was meant to kill a sick one or to remove it because they had too many like roosters because many of us cannot have roosters. I thought culling was just another word for killing and was more polite. I was just going with the flow so to speak.Well, I dunno about that, we cull, so to speak, when we thin out seedlings in our gardens!
It's a generic kind of word that can go either way. Notide it says remove It never mentions KILL.cull (kl)
tr.v. culled, culling, culls
1. To pick out from others; select.
2. To gather; collect.
3. To remove rejected members or parts from (a herd, for example).