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Sunday, 22 April 2007
Source of hayfever


This is a close-up view of the rapeseed which is causing my hayfever at the moment.  Farmed for its oil, it is a member of the mustard/cabbage family (I never realised these two were in the same family) and the name derives from the old English word rapum, for turnip. And for what it’s worth turnips also have yellow flowers.

Posted by bigblue on 22/04/2007 at 10:49 PM
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So, already suffering from hayfeaver, you decided to further expose yourself to the source, for the sake of journalism? Hardcore!

Posted by bluemeanie  on  23/04/2007  at  02:00 PM

Yeah, but I had a jar of local honey in the car because I was on my way back from Fanny’s coming to fetch you!

Posted by bigblue  on  23/04/2007  at  02:17 PM

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