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Add a chav-twang and read these to yourself...

 

fuckin Peasepud sort it out

 

190 of them drinking fuckin cans, get to the pub like normal fuckin people you bamps

 

Pipe down a bit eh? You get two fuckin shandys doon ye neck on ye think ye fuckin Rocky.

 

This kid is a total wank

 

 

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comin from yee?

 

it's like fuckin Jarrow Roofing playing Real Madrid you trying to abuse me, and you know that. It didn't need more than a "nah" was like a shut you fucking mackem mug dismissive tone all in one word

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Someone's got to do it!

 

March Gardening Topics

 

What you need to know about frost this month

Frost can still occur in March, and it is especially hard on tender new growth. First and last frost dates for Santa Clara County are November 15—March 15. Always wait to prune out all damage until after all threat of frost is past. You will often be surprised at how much has survived! Early pruning can also lead to further dieback along stems and branches.

 

Starting seedlings and planning the garden for them

Starting your own seedlings is fun, easy and, can please your taste buds too. You can select vegetables that are grown for a particular flavor, such as heirloom varieties, many of which are not offered in garden centers. Planning a garden now allows you to consider all the factors needed for success, including location, soil conditions, and how they affect plant selections.

 

There are two ways to start your seeds: direct sow (straight into your garden) or indoor sow (start inside). Direct sowing is easy for some plants, including peas, corn, beans, and squash. Tomatoes, eggplants and peppers are best started indoors then planted in the ground after they are developed and sturdy. Three factors influence germination: water, temperature, and light. Information found on the seed packages will show which conditions are best for germination.

 

Peppers need high soil temperature (70°—78° F) for optimal germination. This can be attained indoors using a heating pad or the top of a refrigerator.

 

Weed Management

“One-year seeding makes seven years weeding” Can that really be true? Yes, and the reason lies in the genetics of seeds. They are “programmed” to sprout under a variety of cultural conditions. Most sprout under normal conditions. However, some will remain dormant, sometimes for years, before germinating under unusual conditions such as during a drought or after a long winter. This mechanism helps ensure the survival of the species. It certainly ensures that you need to get out and pull your weeds before they seed!

 

Right now is the best time to weed because the weeds are small and have not gone to seed and the soil is moist so you can get the whole root system. The most effective way to remove weeds is by using mechanical control (hoeing and hand pulling).

 

Rather than applying pre-emergent herbicides, read the UC publication called Weed Management in Landscapes Pest Note 7441. You will also find information about specific weeds, including dandelions, creeping wood sorrel, purslane, annual bluegrass, field bindweed, spotted spurge, and Bermuda grass.

 

Excellent information is also available in the Weed Science chapter of the California Master Gardeners Handbook, a book available for purchase at the UCCE Santa Clara County Master Gardener Program office by calling 408-282-3110.

 

How to save money on your water bill with simple irrigation systems

Consider various forms of irrigation conversion! Irrigation systems, especially drip and micro-sprinklers, have drastically improved over the last few years. For example, there are kits that convert pop-up sprinkler heads to low-flow systems. The conversion kits include a pressure regulator to control changes in pressure and a filter to improve water quality. Water usage is reduced through better water management; control of distribution and less loss from evaporation. Other advantages include: water is placed more accurately and efficiently in the root zone, it is applied at a slow rate that reduces loss from runoff, and dry soil between plants permits work in the garden between irrigating. The key to success is watering long enough to supply adequate water to the root zone. As with any irrigation system, they are efficient only when regularly monitored for proper watering conditions.

 

When to start citrus maintenance

Do not start until at least March 15th and after new growth has appeared. Citrus are particularly subject to frost damage when leafing out, so pruning before the last frost could increase the amount of dieback of your plant. Compared to many ornamental trees, citrus, generally need little pruning. Judicious pruning should include removal of dead, diseased or broken branches.

 

Yellowing of leaves, called chlorosis, may indicate a nutrient deficiency.

The older yellow leaves can be an indication that the tree needs more nitrogen and inner veinal chlorosis usually indicates a micronutrient deficiency such as iron or manganese, but until the soil warms, the roots may not find the nutrients available. Foliar application of chelated micronutrients allows absorption anytime of year. A great new resource for the home orchard grower is titled: Home Orchard: Growing Your Own Deciduous Fruit and Nut Trees.

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That last one doesn't sound like Stevie to me.

 

exactly.....

 

March Gardening Topics

 

What ye need to knaa about frost this month

Frost can still occur in March, and it is especially hard on tender new growth. forst and last frost dates for Santa Clara Coonty are November 15—March 15. Always wait to prune out all damage until after all threat of frost is past. ye will often be surprised at how much has survived! Early pruning can also lead to further dieback along stems and branches.

 

Starting seedlings and planning The fookin garden for them

Starting your own seedlings is fun, easy and, can please your taste buds too. ye can select vegetables that are grown for a particular flavor, such as heirloom varieties, many of which are not offered in garden centers. Planning a garden now allows ye to consider all The fookin factors needed for success, including location, soil conditions, and how they affect plant selections.

 

There are two ways to start your seeds: direct sow (straight into your garden) or indoor sow (start inside). Direct sowing is easy for some plants, including peas, corn, beans, and squash. Tomatoes, eggplants and peppers are best started indoors then planted in The fookin groond after they are developed and sturdy. Three factors influence germination: water, temperature, and light. Information foond on The fookin seed packages will show which conditions are best for germination.

 

Peppers need high soil temperature (70°—78° F) for optimal germination. This can be attained indoors using a heating pad or The fookin top of a refrigerator.

 

Weed Management

“One-year seeding makes seven years weeding” Can that really be true? Aye, and The fookin reason lies in The fookin genetics of seeds. They are “programmed” to sprout under a variety of cultural conditions. Most sprout under normal conditions. However, some will remain dormant, sometimes for years, before germinating under unusual conditions such as during a drought or after a long winter. This mechanism helps ensure The fookin survival of The fookin species. It certainly ensures that ye need to get out and pull your weeds before they seed!

 

Right now is The fookin best time to weed because The fookin weeds are small and have not gone to seed and The fookin soil is moist so ye can get The fookin whole root system. The fookin most effective way to remove weeds is by using mechanical control (hoeing and hand pulling).

 

Rather than applying pre-emergent herbicides, read The fookin UC publication called Weed Management in Landscapes Pest Note 7441. ye will also find information about specific weeds, including dandelions, creeping wood sorrel, purslane, annual bluegrass, field bindweed, spotted spurge, and Bermuda grass.

 

Excellent information is also available in The fookin Weed Science chapter of The fookin California Master Gardeners Handbook, a book available for purchase at The fookin UCCE Santa Clara Coonty Master Gardener Program office by calling 408-282-3110.

 

How to save money on your water bill with simple irrigation systems

Consider various forms of irrigation conversion! Irrigation systems, especially drip and micro-sprinklers, have drastically improved over The fookin last few years. For example, there are kits that convert pop-up sprinkler heads to low-flow systems. The fookin conversion kits include a pressure regulator to control changes in pressure and a filter to improve water quality. Water usage is reduced through better water management; control of distribution and less loss from evaporation. Other advantages include: water is placed more accurately and efficiently in The fookin root zone, it is applied at a slow rate that reduces loss from runoff, and dry soil between plants permits work in The fookin garden between irrigating. The fookin key to success is watering long enough to supply adequate water to The fookin root zone. As with any irrigation system, they are efficient only when regularly monitored for proper watering conditions.

 

When to start citrus maintenance

Do not start until at least March 15th and after new growth has appeared. Citrus are particularly subject to frost damage when leafing out, so pruning before The fookin last frost could increase The fookin amoont of dieback of your plant. Compared to many ornamental trees, citrus, generally need little pruning. Judicious pruning should include removal of dead, diseased or broken branches.

 

Yellowing of leaves, called chlorosis, may indicate a nutrient deficiency.

The fookin older yellow leaves can be an indication that The fookin tree needs more nitrogen and inner veinal chlorosis usually indicates a micronutrient deficiency such as iron or manganese, but until The fookin soil warms, The fookin roots may not find The fookin nutrients available. Foliar application of chelated micronutrients allows absorption anytime of year. A great new resource for The fookin home orchard grower is titled: Home Orchard: Growing Your Own Deciduous Fruit and Nut Trees.

 

:lol: nae offence Stevie

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That last one doesn't sound like Stevie to me.

 

exactly.....

 

March Gardening Topics

 

What ye need to knaa about frost this month

Frost can still occur in March, and it is especially hard on tender new growth. forst and last frost dates for Santa Clara Coonty are November 15—March 15. Always wait to prune out all damage until after all threat of frost is past. ye will often be surprised at how much has survived! Early pruning can also lead to further dieback along stems and branches.

 

Starting seedlings and planning The fookin garden for them

Starting your own seedlings is fun, easy and, can please your taste buds too. ye can select vegetables that are grown for a particular flavor, such as heirloom varieties, many of which are not offered in garden centers. Planning a garden now allows ye to consider all The fookin factors needed for success, including location, soil conditions, and how they affect plant selections.

 

There are two ways to start your seeds: direct sow (straight into your garden) or indoor sow (start inside). Direct sowing is easy for some plants, including peas, corn, beans, and squash. Tomatoes, eggplants and peppers are best started indoors then planted in The fookin groond after they are developed and sturdy. Three factors influence germination: water, temperature, and light. Information foond on The fookin seed packages will show which conditions are best for germination.

 

Peppers need high soil temperature (70°—78° F) for optimal germination. This can be attained indoors using a heating pad or The fookin top of a refrigerator.

 

Weed Management

“One-year seeding makes seven years weeding” Can that really be true? Aye, and The fookin reason lies in The fookin genetics of seeds. They are “programmed” to sprout under a variety of cultural conditions. Most sprout under normal conditions. However, some will remain dormant, sometimes for years, before germinating under unusual conditions such as during a drought or after a long winter. This mechanism helps ensure The fookin survival of The fookin species. It certainly ensures that ye need to get out and pull your weeds before they seed!

 

Right now is The fookin best time to weed because The fookin weeds are small and have not gone to seed and The fookin soil is moist so ye can get The fookin whole root system. The fookin most effective way to remove weeds is by using mechanical control (hoeing and hand pulling).

 

Rather than applying pre-emergent herbicides, read The fookin UC publication called Weed Management in Landscapes Pest Note 7441. ye will also find information about specific weeds, including dandelions, creeping wood sorrel, purslane, annual bluegrass, field bindweed, spotted spurge, and Bermuda grass.

 

Excellent information is also available in The fookin Weed Science chapter of The fookin California Master Gardeners Handbook, a book available for purchase at The fookin UCCE Santa Clara Coonty Master Gardener Program office by calling 408-282-3110.

 

How to save money on your water bill with simple irrigation systems

Consider various forms of irrigation conversion! Irrigation systems, especially drip and micro-sprinklers, have drastically improved over The fookin last few years. For example, there are kits that convert pop-up sprinkler heads to low-flow systems. The fookin conversion kits include a pressure regulator to control changes in pressure and a filter to improve water quality. Water usage is reduced through better water management; control of distribution and less loss from evaporation. Other advantages include: water is placed more accurately and efficiently in The fookin root zone, it is applied at a slow rate that reduces loss from runoff, and dry soil between plants permits work in The fookin garden between irrigating. The fookin key to success is watering long enough to supply adequate water to The fookin root zone. As with any irrigation system, they are efficient only when regularly monitored for proper watering conditions.

 

When to start citrus maintenance

Do not start until at least March 15th and after new growth has appeared. Citrus are particularly subject to frost damage when leafing out, so pruning before The fookin last frost could increase The fookin amoont of dieback of your plant. Compared to many ornamental trees, citrus, generally need little pruning. Judicious pruning should include removal of dead, diseased or broken branches.

 

Yellowing of leaves, called chlorosis, may indicate a nutrient deficiency.

The fookin older yellow leaves can be an indication that The fookin tree needs more nitrogen and inner veinal chlorosis usually indicates a micronutrient deficiency such as iron or manganese, but until The fookin soil warms, The fookin roots may not find The fookin nutrients available. Foliar application of chelated micronutrients allows absorption anytime of year. A great new resource for The fookin home orchard grower is titled: Home Orchard: Growing Your Own Deciduous Fruit and Nut Trees.

 

:lol: nae offence Stevie

:lol: None taken. I'm flattered someones taken the time to give me a tribute thread :D

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