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breeders choice seeds

This Breeders choice category is made for strains that are made only once or have to earn there place in Sanniesseeds. Breeders can sell their seeds if they have made grow journals on Opengrow.com to showcase the parents that are used to make the cross.

Breeders Choice Fem

This Breeders choice category is made for strains that are made only once or have to earn there place in Sanniesseeds. Breeders can sell their seeds if they have made grow journals on Opengrow.com to showcase the parents that are used to make the cross.

If there are raw diamonds between these crosses it is always possible to remake the strain, in this way the Breeders choice is a natural selection just like our madscientist that started in the breeders choice and now used in Sanniesseeds.

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Breeders choice seeds

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What do birds like eating? Here we came to my favorite topic : I am a great glutton that is why I try to please my birds . The main parrot food is millet. It is sold in every ”bird” shop . There should always be enough millet into the bird cage , birds know themselves how much to eat . They also enjoy oats very much but only oats ( unpeeled , absolutely natural ) which I haven’t seen anywhere in shops : – ((. It is found only as an addition in combined foods . As a compromise variant oat kernels can be given . They also enjoy sunflower seeds , but not baked of course Give sunflower seeds to your bird only several times per month because it contains lots of fats and the bird gets stout. Before giving it to the bird it is good to crash it slightly (thus they will consume it easily) . They absolutely adore fresh vegetables! They die for cucumbers , lettuce, carrots, peppers and pepper seeds ( they should not be hot !). They also eat cabbage . Be careful with nitrates ! They are particularly harmful for birds as they can even kill them If it is possible prevent buying foods cultivated in green – houses. Other ” green food ” that they like very much is ordinary fresh and tender grass . I mean ryegrass , clover especially couch – grass or something likes , but not that grass ! Something that you should never give them is parsley ! I don ‘ t know why , but it is written so in the books and I have ‘ n ‘ t made experiments what will happen to them if I feed birds with parsley . Give them fresh fruit at any possibility apples (They like cores because of the seeds ), pears , plums and also pumpkin. I haven’t noticed them to like citrus fruit . All fruit and vegetables should be well washed . Give them hard – boiled egg ( a quarter of egg per two birds ) at least once a month. From it they supply themselves with proteins and vitamin D. Don’t throw the shell away ! Give it to them finely crushed . It prov >What are you looking for?