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  • Greg Garcia 5 years ago
  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 5 years ago

    the birds sound very happy there in Nevada. Must really enjoy that tree.
    Nice update. Chuck

  • sfbayware 5 years ago

    Hey, Thanks Chuck – I suspect some of those happy birds are munching on my
    Radish greens! I just put up some reflective twirly-fan things. I sprayed a
    little soapy-cayenee-vinegary water around to discourage the taste too.
    Might be a ground dwelling little creature, but the damage happened in a
    short time and the bites are beak shaped so… we’ll see. Oh, when I saw
    your recent kale, I had to go buy some organically grown Dino-Kale at
    Raley’s – my Collards are a LONG way off!

  • Greg Garcia 5 years ago
  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 5 years ago

    the birds sound very happy there in Nevada. Must really enjoy that tree.
    Nice update. Chuck

  • sfbayware 5 years ago

    Hey, Thanks Chuck – I suspect some of those happy birds are munching on my
    Radish greens! I just put up some reflective twirly-fan things. I sprayed a
    little soapy-cayenee-vinegary water around to discourage the taste too.
    Might be a ground dwelling little creature, but the damage happened in a
    short time and the bites are beak shaped so… we’ll see. Oh, when I saw
    your recent kale, I had to go buy some organically grown Dino-Kale at
    Raley’s – my Collards are a LONG way off!