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Garden

  • 15-01-2022 10:31am
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    Registered Users Posts: 7


    Where to dispose garden gravel?



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  • Registered Users Posts: 161 ✭✭the roo


    Hi

    What do you have ?

    I may be interested in taking it


    Thanks



  • Registered Users Posts: 8,242 ✭✭✭jmreire


    I have maybe 12 or 14 apple trees in my garden, different breeds, but all relatively young. most produced plenty of flowers, but only a very small nr actually germinated, In some case, none at all, and in others, maybe only 3 or four apples emerging. However, a nearby crab apple is producing its usual massive crop of apples. Is this the trend nationwide this year, or am I the only one to experience it? And more to the point, what could I do to prevent next years crop turning out the same way? I thought that it might be a shortage of bee's, but the bumper crop of crabapples would seem to indicate otherwise? Thanks for your advice.😀



  • Registered Users Posts: 662 ✭✭✭Fishy1




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