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About tiercel

  • Birthday 14/04/1988

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    Llanelli, West Wales

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  1. Hi Buzz nice to see your still active.

  2. Have a look in the pinned section at the posts I have pinned on here. You have called into doubt my integrity, however, as you are a self-proclaimed ignoramus I suppose that nothing can be done about it. I can see you are a prolific contibuter to the site. (sic) Stick to digging foxes thats about all your good for. TC
  3. When I mentioned this to a carp fishing friend. he told me that, "Because the carp had been brought into the country at a sustantial weight, some of the carp fishing factions were not happy to see the British record go to a foriegn fish." There was, he told me, mumblings in some quarters of "getting rid of the fish". The plot thickens, was it manslaughter or murder? TC
  4. Massa crashed in qualifying yesterday. TC
  5. Well done suzy You might like to defoiliate some of the lower leaves of the tomato plants that will let more light in, also more of the plants strength will go into producing better fruit as it does not have to feed the leaves. Try it on a couple of the plants and watch the difference. 100% well done on the carrots not a sign of carrot fly on them, I cannot grow them for the carrot fly and I will not spray. All in all me thinks you have done this before TC
  6. BSA Cadet .177 around 1962 used to shoot sparrows and starlings in the garden, for the ferrets with it. In the end the spring that held the barrel shut snapped and had to hold the barrel shut with my hands. 1970 moved up to a Relum Tornado .22 with a scope, bought of the catalouge. Thought I was the kiddie then till my mate gave me a go of his Webley & Scott Mk3. TC
  7. Pot kettle black? Because, it is. TC
  8. What a plonker. Instead of culling the kits you shoot a reliable worker Why? Makes me wonder if you were counting what you would get for the kits? TC
  9. tiercel


    So very true, in the european parliment. TC
  10. Although it is early for blight there are many varieties of blight. some early some late. It may well be blight you have. I did think it might have been rust after your first post, but the subsquent posts seem to confirm that it is blight. Cut the tops and burn them, leave the potatos in the ground till you want them. That way the are seperated, if you pick them now and bag them, one blighted potato will spread to all the bag. Blight is also air bourn not from the soil so rotation apart there is no reason why you cannot grow potatoes in the same ground again. They have been doing it on Jersey in the same ground for 100's of years. TC
  11. tiercel


    The answer to that it seems is Yes. TC
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