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  2. JWK
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    Tomato Grafting

    Yes, it is worth the effort and I had a lot of fun doing it.
    Yes, it is worth the effort and I had a lot of fun doing it.
    Yes, it is worth the effort and I had a lot of fun doing it.
    Yes, it is worth the effort and I had a lot of fun doing it.
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  3. JWK
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    Tomato Growing Thread 2021

    Thanks JWK. I Feel a lot easier now. And I will do as pete says (thanks Pete) and keep them 0n the dry side until the roots recover.
    Thanks JWK. I Feel a lot easier now. And I will do as pete says (thanks Pete) and keep them 0n the dry side until the roots recover.
    Thanks JWK. I Feel a lot easier now. And I will do as pete says (thanks Pete) and keep them 0n the dry side until the roots recover.
    Thanks JWK. I Feel a lot easier now. And I will do as pete says (thanks Pete) and keep them 0n the dry side until the roots recover.
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  4. Steve R
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    Giant Pumpkin Growing Guide

    Might be best to post this on the 2016 Pumpkin Growing thread @Snowbaby
    Might be best to post this on the 2016 Pumpkin Growing thread @Snowbaby
    Might be best to post this on the 2016 Pumpkin Growing thread @Snowbaby
    Might be best to post this on the 2016 Pumpkin Growing thread @Snowbaby
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  5. Steve R
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    Sowing seeds too early.

    Unless you're bringing on hundreds of early plants it may not worth the expense of heated propagators, growlights, greenhouse heater, fuel, etc., just to get plants a few weeks ahead, when as...
    Unless you're bringing on hundreds of early plants it may not worth the expense of heated propagators, growlights, greenhouse heater, fuel, etc., just to get plants a few weeks ahead, when as Nigel mentions above, it could actually cause a problem if the weather's like it has been this year.
    Unless you're bringing on hundreds of early plants it may not worth the expense of heated propagators, growlights, greenhouse heater, fuel, etc., just to get plants a few weeks ahead, when as Nigel mentions above, it could actually cause a...
    Unless you're bringing on hundreds of early plants it may not worth the expense of heated propagators, growlights, greenhouse heater, fuel, etc., just to get plants a few weeks ahead, when as...
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  6. JWK
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    Potato growing 2021

    Just looked at them, they seem fine, not a brown leaf in sight.
    Just looked at them, they seem fine, not a brown leaf in sight.
    Just looked at them, they seem fine, not a brown leaf in sight.
    Just looked at them, they seem fine, not a brown leaf in sight.
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  7. JWK
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    Chillies 2021

    Thanks @CanadianLori - that is really helpful -- that is exactly what I was confused about ( ie I can understand that there will be some nuance to pot size based on how much you want to feed/water...
    Thanks @CanadianLori - that is really helpful -- that is exactly what I was confused about ( ie I can understand that there will be some nuance to pot size based on how much you want to feed/water and your climate , but the advice is massively variable even on the same variety. Perhaps the...
    Thanks @CanadianLori - that is really helpful -- that is exactly what I was confused about ( ie I can understand that there will be some nuance to pot size based on how much you want to feed/water and your climate , but the advice is massively...
    Thanks @CanadianLori - that is really helpful -- that is exactly what I was confused about ( ie I can understand that there will be some nuance to pot size based on how much you want to feed/water...
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  8. ARMANDII
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    GARDENERS DELIGHT SEED AND GERMINATION AND GROWING 2020

    Sown Gardener's Delight 2005 & 2012 today :blue thumb:
    Sown Gardener's Delight 2005 & 2012 today :blue thumb:
    Sown Gardener's Delight 2005 & 2012 today :blue thumb:
    Sown Gardener's Delight 2005 & 2012 today :blue thumb:
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  9. shiney
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    How To I.D. Your Apples - and some fruits

    This is a very good site for identifying your apples if you want to.Basic searches can be done without joining up.More complicated searches may require joining.fruitID | Apple...
    This is a very good site for identifying your apples if you want to.Basic searches can be done without joining up.More complicated searches may require joining.fruitID | Apple Identification | Apple Varieties | Apple CultivarsWe went to an Apple Day at our local orchard and got our...
    This is a very good site for identifying your apples if you want to.Basic searches can be done without joining up.More complicated searches may require joining.fruitID | Apple Identification | Apple Varieties | Apple CultivarsWe went to...
    This is a very good site for identifying your apples if you want to.Basic searches can be done without joining up.More complicated searches may require joining.fruitID | Apple...
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  10. JWK
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    Vegetable Growing 2021

    I have bronze fennel in the garden and it self seeds all over the place every year! Great as an ornamental and great to flavour stews and use like dill for fish. I never have success with dill -...
    I have bronze fennel in the garden and it self seeds all over the place every year! Great as an ornamental and great to flavour stews and use like dill for fish. I never have success with dill - it always bolts before I get to use it so fennel works great as a substitute for me.
    I have bronze fennel in the garden and it self seeds all over the place every year! Great as an ornamental and great to flavour stews and use like dill for fish. I never have success with dill - it always bolts before I get to use it so fennel...
    I have bronze fennel in the garden and it self seeds all over the place every year! Great as an ornamental and great to flavour stews and use like dill for fish. I never have success with dill -...
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  11. JWK
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    Giant Onions 2021

    That could be a problem pete with such an early start, I am carefully hardening them off for a couple of weeks to minimise any shock.Bringing them back indoors like last night, it was only 3C.
    That could be a problem pete with such an early start, I am carefully hardening them off for a couple of weeks to minimise any shock.Bringing them back indoors like last night, it was only 3C.
    That could be a problem pete with such an early start, I am carefully hardening them off for a couple of weeks to minimise any shock.Bringing them back indoors like last night, it was only 3C.
    That could be a problem pete with such an early start, I am carefully hardening them off for a couple of weeks to minimise any shock.Bringing them back indoors like last night, it was only 3C.
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  13. JWK
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    2013 Tomato Growing

    It was the end of 2013's tomatoes couple of days ago. Two 3L slow cooker loads were turned into pasta sauce, leaving these for composting (after some have been picked out for the hens).
    It was the end of 2013's tomatoes couple of days ago. Two 3L slow cooker loads were turned into pasta sauce, leaving these for composting (after some have been picked out for the hens).
    It was the end of 2013's tomatoes couple of days ago. Two 3L slow cooker loads were turned into pasta sauce, leaving these for composting (after some have been picked out for the hens).
    It was the end of 2013's tomatoes couple of days ago. Two 3L slow cooker loads were turned into pasta sauce, leaving these for composting (after some have been picked out for the hens).
    toms dec sown.jpg toms dec sown jan6.jpg toms jan 2013.jpg toms dec sown jan24.jpg toms dec sown jan26.jpg toms 3feb2012.jpg
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  14. JWK
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    Tomato Growing Thread 2012

    Brilliant, I never thought of Nickeys as I've not used before. The ones from the states worked out far to expensive if they would even posted them. Thanks again
    Brilliant, I never thought of Nickeys as I've not used before. The ones from the states worked out far to expensive if they would even posted them. Thanks again
    Brilliant, I never thought of Nickeys as I've not used before. The ones from the states worked out far to expensive if they would even posted them. Thanks again
    Brilliant, I never thought of Nickeys as I've not used before. The ones from the states worked out far to expensive if they would even posted them. Thanks again
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  15. Freddy
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    2013 Onion Growing Challenge

    The last part of the text in the above message is linked..and I don't like the look of it..please DONT click it. Steve...:)
    The last part of the text in the above message is linked..and I don't like the look of it..please DONT click it. Steve...:)
    The last part of the text in the above message is linked..and I don't like the look of it..please DONT click it. Steve...:)
    The last part of the text in the above message is linked..and I don't like the look of it..please DONT click it. Steve...:)
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  16. JWK
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    2015 Tomato Growing

    The 2016 Discussion is here
    The 2016 Discussion is here
    The 2016 Discussion is here
    The 2016 Discussion is here
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  17. ARMANDII
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    THE TOMATO GROWING THREAD 2018

    You are indeed a devotee @sandymac and we are both looking forward to the yield [email protected] s Gardeners Delight, Jenny
    You are indeed a devotee @sandymac and we are both looking forward to the yield [email protected] s Gardeners Delight, Jenny
    You are indeed a devotee @sandymac and we are both looking forward to the yield [email protected] s Gardeners Delight, Jenny
    You are indeed a devotee @sandymac and we are both looking forward to the yield [email protected] s Gardeners Delight, Jenny
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  18. JWK
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    2014 Tomato Growing

    No, but once you've got lights and propagators it's worth stuffing whatever you can think of under them that might work and help pay the costs.
    No, but once you've got lights and propagators it's worth stuffing whatever you can think of under them that might work and help pay the costs.
    No, but once you've got lights and propagators it's worth stuffing whatever you can think of under them that might work and help pay the costs.
    No, but once you've got lights and propagators it's worth stuffing whatever you can think of under them that might work and help pay the costs.
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  19. JWK
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    2016 Tomato Growing

    Hold on a minute, is this the last tomato to ripen from 2016? :)Didn't think it would as it was very green when I picked it, but it got lost in me bed for a few weeks after rolling off the...
    Hold on a minute, is this the last tomato to ripen from 2016? :)Didn't think it would as it was very green when I picked it, but it got lost in me bed for a few weeks after rolling off the windowcill :phew:
    Hold on a minute, is this the last tomato to ripen from 2016? :)Didn't think it would as it was very green when I picked it, but it got lost in me bed for a few weeks after rolling off the windowcill :phew:
    Hold on a minute, is this the last tomato to ripen from 2016? :)Didn't think it would as it was very green when I picked it, but it got lost in me bed for a few weeks after rolling off the...
    Ailsa craig.JPG Beefmaster.JPG Screenshot_2016-01-09-01-42-49.png image.jpeg DSC_0001.JPG DSC_0002.JPG
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  20. Phil A
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    Processing the Harvest

    He's just a bit eccentric! :whistle: :heehee: But he makes interesting reading. :blue thumb: He just gets a bit contentious at times - which is not what GC is about. :)
    He's just a bit eccentric! :whistle: :heehee: But he makes interesting reading. :blue thumb: He just gets a bit contentious at times - which is not what GC is about. :)
    He's just a bit eccentric! :whistle: :heehee: But he makes interesting reading. :blue thumb: He just gets a bit contentious at times - which is not what GC is about. :)
    He's just a bit eccentric! :whistle: :heehee: But he makes interesting reading. :blue thumb: He just gets a bit contentious at times - which is not what GC is about. :)
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  21. wiseowl
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    2017 Tomato Growing

    Must have dropped off when I brought that plant in during the frost, found em under chittin chicken.I'll ave em in me sandwich tomorrow :)
    Must have dropped off when I brought that plant in during the frost, found em under chittin chicken.I'll ave em in me sandwich tomorrow :)
    Must have dropped off when I brought that plant in during the frost, found em under chittin chicken.I'll ave em in me sandwich tomorrow :)
    Must have dropped off when I brought that plant in during the frost, found em under chittin chicken.I'll ave em in me sandwich tomorrow :)
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  22. kyleleonard

    Easy to grow chilli plants in England?

    I have placed it on the end of my desk , so it gets the warmth and light but is out of the window "cold zone". It now has two chances !
    I have placed it on the end of my desk , so it gets the warmth and light but is out of the window "cold zone". It now has two chances !
    I have placed it on the end of my desk , so it gets the warmth and light but is out of the window "cold zone". It now has two chances !
    I have placed it on the end of my desk , so it gets the warmth and light but is out of the window "cold zone". It now has two chances !
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  23. Steve R
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  24. Steve R
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    Pumpkin Growing Challenge 2012

    Heres a little inspiration from the conservatory @ Bellagio in Vegas:-- 1,284 lb-- 995 lb-- (missed the weight)-- all guarded by a mildy scary talking tree, with strangely implausible...
    Heres a little inspiration from the conservatory @ Bellagio in Vegas:-- 1,284 lb-- 995 lb-- (missed the weight)-- all guarded by a mildy scary talking tree, with strangely implausible giant grapes growing on the branches.
    Heres a little inspiration from the conservatory @ Bellagio in Vegas:-- 1,284 lb-- 995 lb-- (missed the weight)-- all guarded by a mildy scary talking tree, with strangely implausible giant grapes growing on the branches.
    Heres a little inspiration from the conservatory @ Bellagio in Vegas:-- 1,284 lb-- 995 lb-- (missed the weight)-- all guarded by a mildy scary talking tree, with strangely implausible...
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  25. shiney

    Free Guide - Grow Your Own Vegetables

    Hi Jack Yes I did it last year and they got me into a subscription for 1st 3 months of full gardening mag and which mag for £3.00 per month then after that it went up to £9.00 but you could stop...
    Hi Jack Yes I did it last year and they got me into a subscription for 1st 3 months of full gardening mag and which mag for £3.00 per month then after that it went up to £9.00 but you could stop the subscription if you didn't want to pay full price.I kept it on from March till November....
    Hi Jack Yes I did it last year and they got me into a subscription for 1st 3 months of full gardening mag and which mag for £3.00 per month then after that it went up to £9.00 but you could stop the subscription if you didn't want to pay full...
    Hi Jack Yes I did it last year and they got me into a subscription for 1st 3 months of full gardening mag and which mag for £3.00 per month then after that it went up to £9.00 but you could stop...
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  26. james swann

    Chilli plants pictures progression so far

    Wow sounds like you manage to get a fair amount in then lol :D
    Wow sounds like you manage to get a fair amount in then lol :D
    Wow sounds like you manage to get a fair amount in then lol :D
    Wow sounds like you manage to get a fair amount in then lol :D
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  27. L plate gardener

    when are Tomato plants available?

    I think this is A Good Thing. Sounds like your GC cares about their customers :thumb:My local Garden Centre has had tender vegetable plants on sale for at least a month. I doubt very much that...
    I think this is A Good Thing. Sounds like your GC cares about their customers :thumb:My local Garden Centre has had tender vegetable plants on sale for at least a month. I doubt very much that any of the ones they sold are still alive today ..
    I think this is A Good Thing. Sounds like your GC cares about their customers :thumb:My local Garden Centre has had tender vegetable plants on sale for at least a month. I doubt very much that any of the ones they sold are still alive today ..
    I think this is A Good Thing. Sounds like your GC cares about their customers :thumb:My local Garden Centre has had tender vegetable plants on sale for at least a month. I doubt very much that...
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  28. Freddy
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    2013 Growing Season

    Sorry to hear that John :ouch1:Still got my last Kelsae in the kitchen, saving it for Loli :)
    Sorry to hear that John :ouch1:Still got my last Kelsae in the kitchen, saving it for Loli :)
    Sorry to hear that John :ouch1:Still got my last Kelsae in the kitchen, saving it for Loli :)
    Sorry to hear that John :ouch1:Still got my last Kelsae in the kitchen, saving it for Loli :)
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  29. Phil A

    Walking with Cabbages.... Challenge..!!

    I was thinking fo the Tomato seedlings - oncve the whitefly have swapped from the Walking Stick to the Toms !
    I was thinking fo the Tomato seedlings - oncve the whitefly have swapped from the Walking Stick to the Toms !
    I was thinking fo the Tomato seedlings - oncve the whitefly have swapped from the Walking Stick to the Toms !
    I was thinking fo the Tomato seedlings - oncve the whitefly have swapped from the Walking Stick to the Toms !
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  30. Freddy
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    The 2015 Chilli Thread

    Well annoyingly it didnt quite set so its more an orange-chilli-dip this year...
    Well annoyingly it didnt quite set so its more an orange-chilli-dip this year...
    Well annoyingly it didnt quite set so its more an orange-chilli-dip this year...
    Well annoyingly it didnt quite set so its more an orange-chilli-dip this year...
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  31. ARMANDII

    2017 GROWING THREAD

    Last parsnip left in the garden and a few sprouts too, roll on next year.
    Last parsnip left in the garden and a few sprouts too, roll on next year.
    Last parsnip left in the garden and a few sprouts too, roll on next year.
    Last parsnip left in the garden and a few sprouts too, roll on next year.
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  32. ARMANDII

    THE CHILLIES THREAD 2018

    I've done nothing at all with them this year, my whole crop is in the freezer .... Apart from the care packages I have sent out to people.Thanks
    I've done nothing at all with them this year, my whole crop is in the freezer .... Apart from the care packages I have sent out to people.Thanks
    I've done nothing at all with them this year, my whole crop is in the freezer .... Apart from the care packages I have sent out to people.Thanks
    I've done nothing at all with them this year, my whole crop is in the freezer .... Apart from the care packages I have sent out to people.Thanks
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