June 5, 2008

Categories: Fertilizing, Growing Daffodils, Soil

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Hello everyone,
I am amazed that someone would spend the spring photographing cowpats.
Bob Spotts reference to the West Island confirms his honorary Kiwi status. A comment like that definitely makes him one of us.
Keith how could you assume that kangaroos were native kiwis?
In India the dried cowpat is used as firewood for cooking.
I had always understood that daffodil foliage contained some chemical that crystalised and irritated an animal that ate it hence the avoidance by cows. Now, goats are different. My one used to eat gorse by the mouthful and never seemed to get prickled.

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