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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener
Grow food sustainably for less work and more wildlife. tours & workshops in West ❤️🌳
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener 8h
Some & have been spotted already, make sure you have year round friendly flowers in your
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener 20h
Marking up the pond in the Ornamental today
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener 20h
Be careful when you invite The Heavies into your
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Katya Coupland 21h
Buy organic food to help curb global insect collapse, say scientists
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener 22h
Sums up the sense of a so well 🙂
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Extinction Symbol Feb 17
“We’ve known that certain species, such as butterflies, dragonflies and moths, were declining but not just how wide it goes across so many species of insects. The decline is worse than we thought."
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener Feb 17
Replying to @AgroforestryT
Captures the feeling of your garden beautifully 🙂
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener Feb 17
My notes from the grafting workshop at The People’s Orchard in
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Daniel Holland Feb 15
Pufferfish release a toxin when they puff out that is meant to impair the attacker. This doesn’t work on Dolphins in the same way. It gets them high. So they purposely inflate them and pass them around to their dolphin friends for fun.
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Sabah Dec 30
Haven’t been able to stop thinking about how simple but real this is
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener Feb 16
Be bold, be brave… but be careful what you plant in the
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener Feb 16
Martin Crawford’s Agroforestry Research Trust is now on Twitter , get yourselves a-followin’!
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener Feb 16
Thank you to Julian Wormald for lovely talk on snowdrops at Llechryd Gardening Club, where I might accidentally have bought a snowdrop… You can just about see it in the photo, the soil is a bit sandy but light woodland shade, so hopefully it’ll propagate.
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener Feb 16
Finally put tours & workshops on home page. It ain’t particularly pretty but it does the job, with buttons and everything.
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener Feb 16
Interesting article about jackfruit by in the
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Tracey Feb 16
Mystery beach find made of copper & plastic/ Bakelite ? Some sort of spout perhaps? Any ideas what it would have been used for?
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Jake Rayson—Forest Gardener Feb 16
It looks like some sort of electrical equipment, like part of a transformer? (disclaimer: I know nothing about electrical equipment…)
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Paul Lewis Feb 16
Roaming could be forced on mobile operators to boost rural coverage In fact this is how smart meters will communicate in much of Britain by using whichever is the strongest mobile signal. A useful feature denied the rest of us!
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Garden Ninja Feb 16
Little view this morning of the sun poking through this twisted collaboration between Beech hedging, textured tree bark and good old Ivy. Go Mother Nature...Go!
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michael fairless Feb 15
5000 trees nearly planted, just a few hundred to go, Smithy Clough, Wycoller, Pendle, Lancs.
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