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October 27, 2013 - 26 went

Meeting of October 27, 2013, in Deana Bess's garden in Naples

Deana displayed a hefty handful of healthy earthworms from one of her vermiculture boxes, to the amusement of the members.

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Added by Suzanne and P.
on Oct 28, 2013.
 

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  • Missi

    What's so funny? & are the cds there to keep birds away? What are we keeping the birds away from? See! So many questions when I miss a meeting!

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  • Suzanne and P.

    Yes, Missi, many gardeners hang old CDs to flutter in the wind. The movement tends to keep birds away, so they won't eat all the ripening fruit and newly planted seeds.

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