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  2. JWK
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    Tomato Grafting

    5 days on from grafting and they are getting a bit of light and air now. Reducing the humidity from 98% down to 80%. One graft looks to have failed:
    5 days on from grafting and they are getting a bit of light and air now. Reducing the humidity from 98% down to 80%. One graft looks to have failed:
    5 days on from grafting and they are getting a bit of light and air now. Reducing the humidity from 98% down to 80%. One graft looks to have failed:
    5 days on from grafting and they are getting a bit of light and air now. Reducing the humidity from 98% down to 80%. One graft looks to have failed:
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  3. Loki
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    Chillies 2019

    @shiney , you will never, ever be considered a slacker!!!!!
    @shiney , you will never, ever be considered a slacker!!!!!
    @shiney , you will never, ever be considered a slacker!!!!!
    @shiney , you will never, ever be considered a slacker!!!!!
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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. JWK
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    The Tomato Growing Thread 2019

    Hi If you are going to graft tomatoes do you want some of the Gardener's Delight 2005 stock seed I saved from the really tasty plants last year? I recall you bought grafted GD plants in the past...
    Hi If you are going to graft tomatoes do you want some of the Gardener's Delight 2005 stock seed I saved from the really tasty plants last year? I recall you bought grafted GD plants in the past and I would value your opinion on what you think of these. PM me your address and I'll pop some in...
    Hi If you are going to graft tomatoes do you want some of the Gardener's Delight 2005 stock seed I saved from the really tasty plants last year? I recall you bought grafted GD plants in the past and I would value your opinion on what you think...
    Hi If you are going to graft tomatoes do you want some of the Gardener's Delight 2005 stock seed I saved from the really tasty plants last year? I recall you bought grafted GD plants in the past...
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  6. Phil A
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    Giant Onions 2019

    Yup..real sickener...and I thought Onions could walk!Egyptian Walking Onion
    Yup..real sickener...and I thought Onions could walk!Egyptian Walking Onion
    Yup..real sickener...and I thought Onions could walk!Egyptian Walking Onion
    Yup..real sickener...and I thought Onions could walk!Egyptian Walking Onion
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  7. Steve R
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    Sowing seeds too early.

    Very useful information Steve :blue thumb:
    Very useful information Steve :blue thumb:
    Very useful information Steve :blue thumb:
    Very useful information Steve :blue thumb:
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  8. Steve R
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    Vegetable Growing 2019

    24 days in and the cucumber has outgrown the propagator lid. Currently debating whether to keep it in there, as it is heated, but with the lid off - or to keep it indoors for the time being.
    24 days in and the cucumber has outgrown the propagator lid. Currently debating whether to keep it in there, as it is heated, but with the lid off - or to keep it indoors for the time being.
    24 days in and the cucumber has outgrown the propagator lid. Currently debating whether to keep it in there, as it is heated, but with the lid off - or to keep it indoors for the time being.
    24 days in and the cucumber has outgrown the propagator lid. Currently debating whether to keep it in there, as it is heated, but with the lid off - or to keep it indoors for the time being.
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  9. Marley Farley
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    GARDENERS DELIGHT TOMATO SEED GERMINATION AND GROWING 2019

    I had no idea he could play the trumpet!I’ll get me coat :sad: >>>>>>
    I had no idea he could play the trumpet!I’ll get me coat :sad: >>>>>>
    I had no idea he could play the trumpet!I’ll get me coat :sad: >>>>>>
    I had no idea he could play the trumpet!I’ll get me coat :sad: >>>>>>
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  11. 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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  12. 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).
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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. ARMANDII
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    THE TOMATO GROWING THREAD 2018

    Last of the 2018 tomatoes
    Last of the 2018 tomatoes
    Last of the 2018 tomatoes
    Last of the 2018 tomatoes
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  17. 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...
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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. Steve R
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  23. 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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  24. 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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  25. 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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  26. 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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  27. 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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  28. Phil A

    Ziggys' West Bay,Dorset Veg Plot

    Foots getting better, so got out to try to catch up with the weeding today. things do get away from you at this time of year. Willow earthed up the Tiddies for me. Salads &...
    Foots getting better, so got out to try to catch up with the weeding today. things do get away from you at this time of year. Willow earthed up the Tiddies for me. Salads & Carrots have come on well. I'm sure there were more Strawberries than that when I asked Willow to...
    Foots getting better, so got out to try to catch up with the weeding today. things do get away from you at this time of year. Willow earthed up the Tiddies for me. Salads & Carrots have come on well. I'm sure there were...
    Foots getting better, so got out to try to catch up with the weeding today. things do get away from you at this time of year. Willow earthed up the Tiddies for me. Salads &...
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  29. james swann

    Bonchi = bonsai chilli plant the beginnings

    hello all sorry only just seen the posts on this just recovering from an uber busy end of season :D The best advice i had on this came from a website called fatalii.net he has a bonchi growing...
    hello all sorry only just seen the posts on this just recovering from an uber busy end of season :D The best advice i had on this came from a website called fatalii.net he has a bonchi growing guide on there. One of the things he advises trying is forcing the plant to grow extremely leggy and...
    hello all sorry only just seen the posts on this just recovering from an uber busy end of season :D The best advice i had on this came from a website called fatalii.net he has a bonchi growing guide on there. One of the things he advises trying...
    hello all sorry only just seen the posts on this just recovering from an uber busy end of season :D The best advice i had on this came from a website called fatalii.net he has a bonchi growing...
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  30. Steve R

    Pumpkin Growing Challenge !!

    Yes, the little ones said mine looked like Garfield and not the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland like it was supposed to be :)
    Yes, the little ones said mine looked like Garfield and not the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland like it was supposed to be :)
    Yes, the little ones said mine looked like Garfield and not the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland like it was supposed to be :)
    Yes, the little ones said mine looked like Garfield and not the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland like it was supposed to be :)
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