Monthly Archives: October 2012

FIT payments – further update

Having blogged before about E.ON’s poor performance on paying FITs, I think the good news is that once you do get onto their new computer system, the payment turnround is fairly quick (albeit they have gone backwards in that the … Continue reading

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Vegetable garden

This little corner has two walls facing south and west.  Against the west-facing wall I have already planted a couple of pear trees, and I felt that this area was begging to be turned into a vegetable garden. Twelve barrow-loads … Continue reading

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They’re back and they’re bigger than ever

The puffballs are back.  Calvatia gigantea.  They always appear in the small field between the house and the front pond. This one has got even bigger since I took this photo – and somewhat dirtier-looking; I suspect that it is … Continue reading

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