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  1. fred88

    Pest or Disease?

    For some reason or other. Whilst respecting my honourable friends comments. Perhaps as a plant pathologist. I have some reservations with this one.If I may. Flower or bud balling , being the...
    For some reason or other. Whilst respecting my honourable friends comments. Perhaps as a plant pathologist. I have some reservations with this one.If I may. Flower or bud balling , being the common term used. Yes, this is mainly induced by wet conditions affecting flowering buds/blooms. ...
    For some reason or other. Whilst respecting my honourable friends comments. Perhaps as a plant pathologist. I have some reservations with this one.If I may. Flower or bud balling , being the common term used. Yes, this is mainly induced by...
    For some reason or other. Whilst respecting my honourable friends comments. Perhaps as a plant pathologist. I have some reservations with this one.If I may. Flower or bud balling , being the...
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  2. Vince
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    The house I'm buying

    I must apologise for my previous comment! When you have lived in a place most of your life you just don't see the beauty. Or it may be that when I was growing up I couldn't get away with anything...
    I must apologise for my previous comment! When you have lived in a place most of your life you just don't see the beauty. Or it may be that when I was growing up I couldn't get away with anything because your mum could always see you.... even if you were miles away! I lived in a small village...
    I must apologise for my previous comment! When you have lived in a place most of your life you just don't see the beauty. Or it may be that when I was growing up I couldn't get away with anything because your mum could always see you.... even if...
    I must apologise for my previous comment! When you have lived in a place most of your life you just don't see the beauty. Or it may be that when I was growing up I couldn't get away with anything...
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  3. ARMANDII
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    TOMATO GROWING THREAD 2020

    The toms look reasonably happy, the top trusses are still very much green and developing, but there is plenty of time. However, some at the bottom seem to get overly ripe, so I lured the kid into...
    The toms look reasonably happy, the top trusses are still very much green and developing, but there is plenty of time. However, some at the bottom seem to get overly ripe, so I lured the kid into the garden to pick some and compare notes. We tried mainly these ones, in the back garden....
    The toms look reasonably happy, the top trusses are still very much green and developing, but there is plenty of time. However, some at the bottom seem to get overly ripe, so I lured the kid into the garden to pick some and compare notes. We...
    The toms look reasonably happy, the top trusses are still very much green and developing, but there is plenty of time. However, some at the bottom seem to get overly ripe, so I lured the kid into...
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  4. ricky101
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    Friendly x 3

    Corona Virus Treatment

    One day. Out of the blue. The world was hit by a strange new virus. Covid-19. Sadly this has proved more fatal than perhaps other wide spread epidemics. Some in their time devastated the...
    One day. Out of the blue. The world was hit by a strange new virus. Covid-19. Sadly this has proved more fatal than perhaps other wide spread epidemics. Some in their time devastated the populas.Now in the hi-tec world, science and technology has been brought to it's knees. At the...
    One day. Out of the blue. The world was hit by a strange new virus. Covid-19. Sadly this has proved more fatal than perhaps other wide spread epidemics. Some in their time devastated the populas.Now in the hi-tec world, science and...
    One day. Out of the blue. The world was hit by a strange new virus. Covid-19. Sadly this has proved more fatal than perhaps other wide spread epidemics. Some in their time devastated the...
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  5. Gwen austin

    Wasp nest in raised vegtable garden

    As I've got older i care more and more about nature. To me a bee is a precious insect and if one gets into the conservatory I'll carefully put a glass over it, and slip a card under to release...
    As I've got older i care more and more about nature. To me a bee is a precious insect and if one gets into the conservatory I'll carefully put a glass over it, and slip a card under to release the little darling.. Even individual wasps too. But a nest of wasps... Try a picnic with lemonade and...
    As I've got older i care more and more about nature. To me a bee is a precious insect and if one gets into the conservatory I'll carefully put a glass over it, and slip a card under to release the little darling.. Even individual wasps too. But...
    As I've got older i care more and more about nature. To me a bee is a precious insect and if one gets into the conservatory I'll carefully put a glass over it, and slip a card under to release...
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  6. Hobbynut

    Hey Hoe!

    A mattock would no doubt do the job but it's pretty physical.. I'd try a good stainless steel spade. The shiny surface cuts easily through compacted clay ground. It might be good if you could...
    A mattock would no doubt do the job but it's pretty physical.. I'd try a good stainless steel spade. The shiny surface cuts easily through compacted clay ground. It might be good if you could borrow a mattock to see if it works for you, some people love them. A quality spade has always worked...
    A mattock would no doubt do the job but it's pretty physical.. I'd try a good stainless steel spade. The shiny surface cuts easily through compacted clay ground. It might be good if you could borrow a mattock to see if it works for you, some...
    A mattock would no doubt do the job but it's pretty physical.. I'd try a good stainless steel spade. The shiny surface cuts easily through compacted clay ground. It might be good if you could...
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  7. ARMANDII
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    VEGETABLE GROWING 2020

    I decided to remove the only pumpkin from a Huchiki Kuri. It has been hanging there looking ripe but without growing since forever, and the plant is slowly dying, it seems. Tomorrow I think the...
    I decided to remove the only pumpkin from a Huchiki Kuri. It has been hanging there looking ripe but without growing since forever, and the plant is slowly dying, it seems. Tomorrow I think the plant will go too, replaced by a spare jalapeno or pepper. The pumpkin is half the size of what it...
    I decided to remove the only pumpkin from a Huchiki Kuri. It has been hanging there looking ripe but without growing since forever, and the plant is slowly dying, it seems. Tomorrow I think the plant will go too, replaced by a spare jalapeno or...
    I decided to remove the only pumpkin from a Huchiki Kuri. It has been hanging there looking ripe but without growing since forever, and the plant is slowly dying, it seems. Tomorrow I think the...
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  8. Emily Jones

    Not yet a composter

    I visited my allotment tonight around 19.30 to water and feed. Not one bombfire was lit, but two!.. I didn't mind too much cos i figured it was a reasonable time to light them, but it's just the...
    I visited my allotment tonight around 19.30 to water and feed. Not one bombfire was lit, but two!.. I didn't mind too much cos i figured it was a reasonable time to light them, but it's just the smoke stink through my clothes that isn't too pleasant to drive home with. One guy lit a fire under...
    I visited my allotment tonight around 19.30 to water and feed. Not one bombfire was lit, but two!.. I didn't mind too much cos i figured it was a reasonable time to light them, but it's just the smoke stink through my clothes that isn't too...
    I visited my allotment tonight around 19.30 to water and feed. Not one bombfire was lit, but two!.. I didn't mind too much cos i figured it was a reasonable time to light them, but it's just the...
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  9. glengarry23
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    Killing Microsoft Edge In Windows 10

    Hey- Ho Seems like I pressed all the right keys. My details had been stored by skype, just had to use new password.. My name has come up as Michael Allen. I might change that to the familiar...
    Hey- Ho Seems like I pressed all the right keys. My details had been stored by skype, just had to use new password.. My name has come up as Michael Allen. I might change that to the familiar Mike Allen later. Anyway the face will be familiar.Thanks folks for your help.
    Hey- Ho Seems like I pressed all the right keys. My details had been stored by skype, just had to use new password.. My name has come up as Michael Allen. I might change that to the familiar Mike Allen later. Anyway the face will be...
    Hey- Ho Seems like I pressed all the right keys. My details had been stored by skype, just had to use new password.. My name has come up as Michael Allen. I might change that to the familiar...
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  10. NigelJ
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    WHATS YOUR WEATHER LIKE 2020

    The picture says it all.........another gloomy day here, 16C/61FMy first short jaunt since the lifting of lockdown. Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle near Drumnadrochit.
    The picture says it all.........another gloomy day here, 16C/61FMy first short jaunt since the lifting of lockdown. Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle near Drumnadrochit.
    The picture says it all.........another gloomy day here, 16C/61FMy first short jaunt since the lifting of lockdown. Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle near Drumnadrochit.
    The picture says it all.........another gloomy day here, 16C/61FMy first short jaunt since the lifting of lockdown. Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle near Drumnadrochit.
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  11. shiney
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  12. wiseowl
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    Yawn Yawn Wakey Wakey 2020

    :ThankYou:Fingers crossed no one pulls out now, thanks for all your good luck wishes :dbgrtmb: :grphg:
    :ThankYou:Fingers crossed no one pulls out now, thanks for all your good luck wishes :dbgrtmb: :grphg:
    :ThankYou:Fingers crossed no one pulls out now, thanks for all your good luck wishes :dbgrtmb: :grphg:
    :ThankYou:Fingers crossed no one pulls out now, thanks for all your good luck wishes :dbgrtmb: :grphg:
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  13. clanless
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    Got this 2 weeks ago

    No, its been open all the time - plot inspections however were suspended. I did suggest that we temporarily shut the gates during the peak or at least advise against atttending - but was given a...
    No, its been open all the time - plot inspections however were suspended. I did suggest that we temporarily shut the gates during the peak or at least advise against atttending - but was given a good stiff ignoring.I (and a number of the other plot holders) didn't want to risk going down...
    No, its been open all the time - plot inspections however were suspended. I did suggest that we temporarily shut the gates during the peak or at least advise against atttending - but was given a good stiff ignoring.I (and a number of the other...
    No, its been open all the time - plot inspections however were suspended. I did suggest that we temporarily shut the gates during the peak or at least advise against atttending - but was given a...
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  14. NigelJ
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    What Jobs Are We Doing In The Garden Today 2020

    Didn't rain much so picked a lot of plums, the Victoria plum tree has a lot of fruit this year.
    Didn't rain much so picked a lot of plums, the Victoria plum tree has a lot of fruit this year.
    Didn't rain much so picked a lot of plums, the Victoria plum tree has a lot of fruit this year.
    Didn't rain much so picked a lot of plums, the Victoria plum tree has a lot of fruit this year.
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  15. Jiffy
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    LATEST MOAN FROM YOU AND ME 2020

    When we first moved here 38yrs ago our lane was open to traffic and it was a rat run for avoiding the nearby town. We live on a bend and I can honestly say not a week went by without accidents of...
    When we first moved here 38yrs ago our lane was open to traffic and it was a rat run for avoiding the nearby town. We live on a bend and I can honestly say not a week went by without accidents of varying degrees. We even had injured people on our sofa!! Thankfully the lane closed 31 years go...
    When we first moved here 38yrs ago our lane was open to traffic and it was a rat run for avoiding the nearby town. We live on a bend and I can honestly say not a week went by without accidents of varying degrees. We even had injured people on our...
    When we first moved here 38yrs ago our lane was open to traffic and it was a rat run for avoiding the nearby town. We live on a bend and I can honestly say not a week went by without accidents of...
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  16. buddleia64

    Is my Lemon Tree OK?

    I have had yellowing on other citrus and at one time I was putting it down to magnesium deficiency, but I've since found that one dose a year of chelated iron greens them up nicely.I also find...
    I have had yellowing on other citrus and at one time I was putting it down to magnesium deficiency, but I've since found that one dose a year of chelated iron greens them up nicely.I also find that at the beginning of the growing season it actually takes a few months before they start growing...
    I have had yellowing on other citrus and at one time I was putting it down to magnesium deficiency, but I've since found that one dose a year of chelated iron greens them up nicely.I also find that at the beginning of the growing season it...
    I have had yellowing on other citrus and at one time I was putting it down to magnesium deficiency, but I've since found that one dose a year of chelated iron greens them up nicely.I also find...
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  17. ric1982

    How to use these large rocks

    That's a bonfire.;)In disguise.:biggrin:
    That's a bonfire.;)In disguise.:biggrin:
    That's a bonfire.;)In disguise.:biggrin:
    That's a bonfire.;)In disguise.:biggrin:
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  18. strongylodon
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    WHAT'S BUZZING OR FLYING NEAR YOU 2020

    Mummy pheasant brought her new chicks along. That's the first brood we've seen so far this season. I guess the others will be here soon with their chicks.It was a bit dark early in the morning...
    Mummy pheasant brought her new chicks along. That's the first brood we've seen so far this season. I guess the others will be here soon with their chicks.It was a bit dark early in the morning so not much of a photo
    Mummy pheasant brought her new chicks along. That's the first brood we've seen so far this season. I guess the others will be here soon with their chicks.It was a bit dark early in the morning so not much of a photo
    Mummy pheasant brought her new chicks along. That's the first brood we've seen so far this season. I guess the others will be here soon with their chicks.It was a bit dark early in the morning...
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  19. beefpotnoodle
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    Advice on the forum....

    Look good :blue thumb:
    Look good :blue thumb:
    Look good :blue thumb:
    Look good :blue thumb:
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  20. KatieGarden

    Peony search

    Thanks so much for the suggestions, I’m completely new to gardening and didn’t know where to start. I’ll try these suppliers and hopefully will be able to source one
    Thanks so much for the suggestions, I’m completely new to gardening and didn’t know where to start. I’ll try these suppliers and hopefully will be able to source one
    Thanks so much for the suggestions, I’m completely new to gardening and didn’t know where to start. I’ll try these suppliers and hopefully will be able to source one
    Thanks so much for the suggestions, I’m completely new to gardening and didn’t know where to start. I’ll try these suppliers and hopefully will be able to source one
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