The Sodcast – Episode 19

sodshow, garden podcast

The Sodshow Garden Podcast – every Friday – in iTunes, all good podcast stores.

Listen to The Sodcast in MP3 – or subscribe/ listen to the podcast in iTunes. Alternatively, subscribe to the blog and listen to them right here. Missed Episode 18 of the garden podcast ?

First Up:

the above all thanks to DavyMac 😀

Anything else you can contact me in the following ways


  • Fancy a Sodcast Mug for your cuppa…. ? ;) because [say Pierce Comms] of course there is a consumer emotional attachment to brands and logos

This Week On The Blog:

none for this week….

Links For The Podcast:

Grannymar links:


Images For The Podcast:

This Weeks Oddities:

Will Knott asks:

Dear Peter,
I have pumpkins. Two small (put one fist in the other sized) “live” pumpkins that were decorations for haloween. If I want the seeds inside to grow, what should I do. At the moment they are sitting in the front garden, frozen. Will they rot down and plant themselves, or do I need to break them open?
Love the podcast

And Finally:


You can catch the Niall O’Keeffe show on Saturday evening. Don’t forget to Text XMAS and your message to 57000 and let Niall know you’re listening….

Nice way to end the podcast. Thanks Niall, enjoyed that 😀

10 green [juicy] bits…

On that note…. Ireland is more expensive than the UK …..? I think I’ve just blown that arguement to absolute pieces…. or found a retirement plan. Look at the price tag on this. btw postage is £20 extra 😯



  • over at grannymar’s blog – a heated discussion boils over on the possible concoctions using to fennel – old wives [ 😉 ] tales, maybe ?!

ireland is the biggest exporter of bananas in the world. Here’s why – thanks to fyffes

Believe it or not Ireland is the bigest exporter of bananas in the world. Although bananas do not grow in Ireland, Fyffes (an Irish owned company) imports bananas from Columbia, Honduras, Belize and Costa Rica and then exports them throughout Europe making Ireland, as a country, the biggest exporter of bananas in the world!

Connor asked me to mention his Irish Poultry website. I like it 😉

The site isn’t funded, it’s more of a hobbby at the minute. It’s geared to providing information and help to people who hope to start with keeping poultry in Ireland. On the site people can locate breeders with a view to buying and selling poultry. Our blog provides a wealth of information on many topics such as Red Mite, Building a roost, or how to prevent annoyance of roosters (in built up areas).

  • I have my beliefs. But – there’s a point? Like if the best uncle wants to treat one of his nieces to a Mc Donalds – then for one day only – she can have it. Fair point? My money. She’s the boss! Anyhow, this post about the animal rights association may change your mind…. drive through it is so 🙄 grafton street at 4am maybe – not at 4pm with those images.

Speaking of animal rights… and activists 😉

and of course this may also cheer you up…

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