James Syrett

@PhDaff

Daffodil agronomy PhD student. Talk to me about precision agronomy and ornamental crops.

University of Warwick
Sumali noong Nobyembre 2013

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  1. May 25

    For those who don't know, The Rhynie chert is the Madonna of plant fossils.

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    May 25

    RT if you appreciate every one of the 476,000 .

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    May 24

    Slightly sticky conditions but the hoe seems to be doing a good job

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  4. May 25

    I'm not totally against personalised ads, but there's definitely a line between useful and creepy.

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    May 23

    My entire inbox is beginning to feel like the ramblings of a desperate ex-boyfriend

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  6. May 22

    It was a dark day when the British decided that pasta bolognese and chilli con carne were 'quick-cooks'.

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    May 21

    I'm not a huge daffodil enthusiast, but Johnny Walkers' exhibit was glorious. Such diversity of shape and some really unusual shades.

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    May 22

    Thrilled to be awarded our 25th consecutive Gold this morning

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    May 16

    Amazing to think that you can have different varieties of daffodils blooming in the garden for almost six months of the year!

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    May 16

    The last daffodil of the year to bloom is usually Old Pheasant Eye or N. poeticus var. recurvus. This one opened in my garden today. It's delicate, refined and by far the strongest and sweetest scented daff I know. Sublime!

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  11. May 17

    A question I hope can answer. A friend (in the USA) keeps finding worms coiled into corkscrews. They are reluctant to move when disturbed. Any idea what is going on?

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    May 13
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  13. May 16

    Keep getting on edge every time the royal wedding is mentioned, then remembering with relief that I'm not organising it.

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  14. May 10

    I don't know how to feel about all the emails I get with FREE FOOD in the subject line. Academics are not pigeons in Trafalgar Square.

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    May 10

    Political affiliation is a matter of identity and self-expression, not economic self-interest (particularly among the well educated).

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  16. May 3

    I did vote today. Not going to say for whom, but I'm still not sure if I made the right call.

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    May 2

    Diet for a small planet vs Ecomodern eating: Organic, preservative-free, natural, non-GMO food is not sustainable or environmentally friendly.

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  18. May 1

    I realised it was always going to be a long shot, but it turns out Portugal. The Man weren't singing about Felixstowe.

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    May 1

    Lovely to walk through the the daffodils on campus today. Big shout-out to the groundskeepers for planting all the bulbs. – sa University of Warwick

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  20. Abr 30

    Post Grape-Nuts are absolutely vile. Add to that the fact that they're expensive, misleadingly-named, and no-longer plastic-free, and you have a contender for the worst breakfast cereal on the market.

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