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Yes, it would be interesting to know what was the nature of the problem.
After a couple of new attempts the like was finally accepted.
I share sulev's opinion and tried (several times) to give a like to his/her post. The like was not accepted by the application.
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Is this approach based on gardening science or on tradition?
So now we should only ensure that there is enough plastic to pack the bumper crop into, treat it with enough preservatives that it will not rot...
Unfortunately it is not only bees. The problem is much bigger. From my observation the numbers of all flying insect visiting my gardens decreased...
I find the article extremely depressing. So we have gone already that far in the destruction of Nature that we need to use such a bizarre...
I feel sorry for your bad experience. It could be difficult to say what you did wrong without knowing what exactly was your approach and what was...
I am not an expert but to me Sudbury,com does not seem to be the one, either. Physarum polycephalum - Google Search
No-till gardening is another possibility.
For you to compare: https://hortnews.extension.iastate.edu/files/images/jenny%20pollard%20pepper%202%20resized.jpg
Peppers are more sensitive to herbicides than many other vegetables.
Yes, it could.
Looks like herbicide damage pepper herbicide damage - Google Search
Now I know what happened here. They all moved to Vancouver.
According to information on the Net Lavandula stoechas is winter hardy in USDA plant hardiness zones 7 and above. Here is Ontario Interactive...
Without knowing your location it is not possible to say if it will survive winter in your gardening zone.
Here too. No buzzing and humming of the bees, no chirping of the birds. Only a bumblebee sometimes and a few of other insects. And one lonely...
It looks like Sedum, I can't tell which sp. Soon it should start blooming yellow.