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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Oh right - I was thinking of using brown paper & shoving them in one of the fridge drawers. Why can't they touch one another?
    The fridge would be OK too. It's best not to let them touch each other as, if one pear starts to go bad it will transfer to the one that's touching it. The brown paper would probably solve this issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Had a lovely afternoon foraging with Bob (not panic foraging cos it'll soon be winter at all)

    The dining room table is full

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    & so is the crochet hammock drying chair thingy

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    loads of sloes for gin

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    Didn't see any wildies out Did see a heron
    Wow that's the biggest haul I ever seen. What you got?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    The fridge would be OK too. It's best not to let them touch each other as, if one pear starts to go bad it will transfer to the one that's touching it. The brown paper would probably solve this issue.
    the very idea - I'm sure they'll all be pearfect I have made sure they all arranged with no touching under the brown paper covers. Thanks Omi

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Wow that's the biggest haul I ever seen. What you got?

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    All of the countryside. Its the biggest haul we ever got. Mainly lots of blackthorn, ash, rowan, crack willow (I think), hogweed, plantain, hawthorn. Tried to avoid spikey stuff as its going in mixed sack & I've had enough forage wounds for one year

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    All of the countryside. Its the biggest haul we ever got. Mainly lots of blackthorn, ash, rowan, crack willow (I think), hogweed, plantain, hawthorn. Tried to avoid spikey stuff as its going in mixed sack & I've had enough forage wounds for one year
    I trod on a hawthorn in the kitchen and it went through the bottom of my foot. The biggest forage ouchy on record

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    The grass and weeds near my house have grown back so managed to pick some yarrow for the first time. Think we have a new bunny favourite!


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    Quote Originally Posted by nap91 View Post
    The grass and weeds near my house have grown back so managed to pick some yarrow for the first time. Think we have a new bunny favourite!


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    I've bought some seeds
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post



    I've bought some seeds

    Sounds great! You'll have to post some pictures once it's grown

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    Quote Originally Posted by nap91 View Post
    The grass and weeds near my house have grown back so managed to pick some yarrow for the first time. Think we have a new bunny favourite!


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    Ok so Snowy might have loved the yarrow but the yarrow did not like her and has upset her sensitive little tummy!

    Have had to give her a clean this morning. Here she is hiding from me




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