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John Walker
Kew-trained & enjoying growing. Buy my -free book WEEDS from my website.
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GeorgeMonbiot 16h
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
Expanding Heathrow Putting billions into new roads Blocking new onshore wind installations Promoting fracking Encouraging the exploration and development of gas and oil reserves This is, ahem, a peculiar direction of travel towards greenhouse gas emissions by 2050
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John Walker 11h
The stink of / being spread over the river catchments here in pongy made this a must-read. Do they teach pollution in colleges?
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John Walker 11h
Photograph lays bare reality of melting sea ice
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John Walker 11h
Forget resource-hungry gadgetry, and soak up simplicity: earth-friendly make watering easy and guilt-free. My new top-of-the-pots -saving post for magazine.
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Rob Gates 23h
Replying to @GeorgeMonbiot
A long term effect of is of the soil itself. So-called 'photo-degradable' are ludicrous in a shaded forest. There's a new plastic layer forming in the forest soil profile
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melcourtltd 24h
Look for the trees at today and tomorrow in Hall 1 - Stand Number: 203. As you can see, we're all set . All we need now is you!
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John Walker 23h
Replying to @barnyach
in both & plastic pot '’ is a dirty grey area, with lashings of slopped about. Certainly changing the colour of pots sold to seems to be backfiring, with experience suggesting many are not being recycled, but *burnt*.
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Helen McCallin Jun 17
What a dam. What a wetland habitat in the making. Beavers are remarkable nature engineers,benefiting ecosystems,⬇️flooding & pollution,⬆️habitat for fish nurseries,inverts,providing food & shelter for a vast array of species
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Keeling_Curve Jun 17
413.06 parts per million (ppm) CO2 in air 14-Jun-2019
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John Walker Jun 17
Removal of camps trebles as charities warn of 'out of control' crisis
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John Walker Jun 17
Seems perfect for a simple DIY mix & is a good physical mixer. Trying it 50:50 with leaf mould as one test.
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Friends of Hinckley Station Jun 16
Replying to @GreenJimll
We are that someone 🙂 and it's not just a flower bed, it's a garden teeming with 🙂
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Nicky Kyle Gardening Jun 17
June blog - a bit late! Looking different as my web host's currently away and someone else posted it. But the info's still there - so that's the main thing! Hope it's useful!💚
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Deb Digs Plants Jun 17
I’ll be a the Retford Farmers Market on 20th July selling my plants. See my new website if you want find out more about me and my plants
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biochar Jun 17
Did you know that we make a sustainable compost from bracken and sustainable, natural materials. By making this compost we not only control a problem plant but also improve habitats for wildlife and people. We are also totally
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Prenplants Jun 17
The bees are certainly enjoying these Nepeta Cats Pajamas. They are having a feast. 🐝
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biochar Jun 17
Our products are always . You’ll find everything you need to know about and why it is so crucial to conserve them here.
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John Walker Jun 17
No surprise to any of us using quality composts that they’re doing well :) Just need to get working on , grower-up solutions in commercial horticulture – not relying on us end users (gardeners) to fix it through ‘’.
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Sally Morgan Jun 16
& floods in Lincolnshire have wiped out crops, pea crop particularly so expect shortages in the coming months. These severe weather events are going to become more common and gardeners will have to adapt
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John Walker Jun 16
Well impressed with ’s approach taken to *all* stages of the packaging journey. They sell 100% natural food in packs that rot away in a bin. All folk in the business of sending things need to sit up & take note. It can be done.
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