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Potato envy

2 years ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

When you open up your world to wildlife, the rewards can be rich and fulfilling. When you open up your garden to give nature room to flourish, you must do so with a sense of acceptance that your patch of ground will become a feeding station, a nursery, a battleground. We have naughty badgers and cheeky foxes who dig and defecate, but there is no sense in getting cross if you have invited them in and take pleasure from knowing that they regard your garden as good habitat. However, I was driven to fury this morning by a discovery in my vegetable patch.
Last season, I lost a few seed-potatoes...
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