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No I dont fancy eating them. Apart from being small, odd shaped & having that pointy thing on the end, they've not ripened past the dark green stage. It was a bit of an experiment, bringing them indoors to see if they'd keep going.
The sweet & chilli peppers did very well in the greenhouse this year. When I thought they'd finished they started flowering again, so I brought one of each plant indoors. The chilli produced a few more red chillis & the sweet pepper started growing 5 more fruits. But they all grew into these strange...
that would be pretty awful wouldnt it. I expect loads of people would stop keeping them, and I guess the rescues would find it hard to rehome if they couldnt free range. If the main worry from Defra is the risk to people then they should be clearer with their advice. They always stress "the risk to ...
I agree its awful to see how its affecting the wild birds. A tv article about Skuas dying from it in the nest was heartbreaking, & a friend of mine saw several dead birds, including birds of prey on & around the beaches on a holiday recently. If it came to my area & some wildbirds passed it to my ch...
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