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Morning Light: The Fetchland Gardening Wire

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16 Feb
10:39pm, 16 Feb 2020
70499 posts
So damp, the garden is under 1-4 inches of water :-o I have been surveying the situation and have drawn up a plan for open drainage ditches Dutch style, a scrape/pond and some serious land drains to go in around my drying shed, greenhouse (under several inches inches of water, thank goodness the heater was on bricks) and yet to build herb building. If I have a man and a digger in to do foundations, parking area, transplant the hedge I may as well dig some proper trenches, fill them with perforacted piping and pea gravel and be done with it! I can see this only getting worse... and I don't want any flooding!
17 Feb
10:50am, 17 Feb 2020
11533 posts
Sounds like a sensible way forward Hann, stitch in time and all that!

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