Saturday Linkages: Hiding Spots, Bedbugs and Rodents of Unusual Size

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Francesco Morackini’s stealth prohibition kit. Via Dornob.

Prepping meets modern design
Cheeky Kitchen Objects Hide a stealth prohibition kit| Designs & Ideas on Dornob http://dornob.com/cheeky-kitchen-objects-hide-a-provocative-secret-function/ …

Hiding in Plain Sight: Brilliant DIY Safe in Overlooked Spot | Designs & Ideas on Dornob http://dornob.com/hiding-in-plain-sight-brilliant-diy-safe-in-overlooked-spot/ …

Obviously Secret: 8 Great Hiding Spots in Ordinary Objects | Designs & Ideas on Dornob http://dornob.com/obviously-secret-8-great-hiding-spots-in-ordinary-objects/ …

130 Square Foot Micro Apartment in Paris | Inthralld http://inthralld.com/2013/04/130-square-foot-micro-apartment-in-paris/ …

Bedbugs!
How a Leafy Folk Remedy Stopped Bedbugs in Their Tracks http://nyti.ms/12H9HDI

Gardening
All About Gabions : Cheap Retaining and Other Garden Features http://shar.es/JHCQS 

New killer compost problem–Imprelis: http://ow.ly/1UWcBj

How to protect plants from frost: http://ow.ly/1UMWLG

Farmers tackle pests with colas: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/3977351.stm …

Rodents of Unusual Size – a documentary about 20-lb rats in Louisiana – Boing Boing http://boingboing.net/2013/04/09/rodents-of-unusual-size-a-do.html …

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  1. There’s a push to do something about nutria rather than just kill them (or rather, along with). For some reason, people don’t want to eat them, though they are herbivores which only eat tender shoots and roots. Another use, which is being picked up, is their fur. Righteous Fur (there is a website) is getting the pelts used in clothing. The fur is beautiful; if not used only the tail is cut off for the bounty and the rest dropped to the ground. Thanks for highlighting this.

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