Bonfires are back! - Today News Post

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Just over a week ago we were once again allowed to burn up garden rubbish on open bonfires when the actual ‘bonfire ban’ was lifted on 15 Octobermask and blue gloves. To many of us this was very obvious because of the palls of smoke that covered the countryside where so many people had lit fires.

If you are not cutting up twigs and tree cuttings to use as fire wood then they can go on a bonfire to be burnt but there must be limitations. As always we are told to be very careful to never leave an open bonfire unattended and to always have access to water nearby. Also make sure that the whole is extinguished down to the last spark before leaving the area for the night s free to deplo. I know this all may seem very obvious but it is always surprising how some little accident can turn into a complete disaster so always light outdoor fires with caution.

The ash from a good fully burnt out bonfire is a really good top dressing for the garden and really serves as a deterrent to slugs and snails, it seems they are not able to slither over ash. I don’t think it actually eliminates them but it does keep them off any plants that are surrounded by ash and that is a good enough help when you have a newly planted up bed of anything be it flower or vegetable.

A subject hitting all news these days is ‘global warming’The presidential inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt in Washington. January 20. I am sure we are all very aware of this, especially when we are shown pictures of the Amazon cut back for logging or in South East Asia the natural forests cut back to plant palm oil treesThe staff member received a positive result. Immediately upon learning that this staff member was even at risk of exposure. Actually we can do very little about this matter because it has been happening for decades just as long as we all need to be fed.

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