Since installing the “fence” to deter kangaroos from grazing at the veggie patch, there are fewer footprints noted. The kangaroos do not seem to be attracted to the vegetable seedlings, thankfully; all plants are accounted for. We’ll deal with possums and rabbits – and insects – when fruits and vegetables do start to grow?

After a week of rain, the earth is sporting a green fuzz. While the little vegetables don’t show much signs of progress, weeds seem to thrive overnight. It’s me against the millions of weeds — got my work cut out for me.


3 thoughts on “[Veggie Patch] Weeds Are Here

  1. What is it with weeds? They do thrive in no time at all! I’ve had the same problem this summer in our garden but my vegis also got eaten by slugs and moles. The mole hole popped up right in the middle of the vegi patch. Good luck with your pests!

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