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Discussing all aspect of gardening.
Location: Planet Earth
Latest Activity: 8 hours ago
Moving an Established Fig Tree. Delayed post from Nov 2017
And here it turned light half an hour ago.
Photo now at my place in Battleground, Washington.
Beekeeping in ancient egypt.
Kathy, chickens are eating/pooping machines! Ours never stop doing either. I think they are good for building soil.
It appears that some butterflies carry wasp DNA that protects them from disease. The Telegraph. The wasp DNA comes from parasitic wasps, who inject their eggs into caterpillars. Usually the baby wasps eat the caterpillar alive, from the inside, killing it. Sort of zombie caterpillars. It appears that some caterpillars survived wasp infection, and incorporated the DNA into their own. Self-genetic modified organisms. Interesting.
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