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  1. kaptainzep

    Problem with cayene pepper

    Presume you only have the one cayene plant, so nothing to compare it with. Not grown them myself, so dont really know if this is normal, but it dont sound right. It could possibly be a virus,...
    Presume you only have the one cayene plant, so nothing to compare it with. Not grown them myself, so dont really know if this is normal, but it dont sound right. It could possibly be a virus, which are usually spread by greenfly. I think you've done the right thing in separating it from the...
    Presume you only have the one cayene plant, so nothing to compare it with. Not grown them myself, so dont really know if this is normal, but it dont sound right. It could possibly be a virus, which are usually spread by greenfly. I think you've...
    Presume you only have the one cayene plant, so nothing to compare it with. Not grown them myself, so dont really know if this is normal, but it dont sound right. It could possibly be a virus,...
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  2. aqua

    Tomato Seeds

    How do you know if it's a F1? Does it say on the packet? (makes mental note to check packet)
    How do you know if it's a F1? Does it say on the packet? (makes mental note to check packet)
    How do you know if it's a F1? Does it say on the packet? (makes mental note to check packet)
    How do you know if it's a F1? Does it say on the packet? (makes mental note to check packet)
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  3. Mini

    Sowing salad seeds - help

    Hi, yes I love rocket, also lambs lettuce so I was trying to grow that as well.
    Hi, yes I love rocket, also lambs lettuce so I was trying to grow that as well.
    Hi, yes I love rocket, also lambs lettuce so I was trying to grow that as well.
    Hi, yes I love rocket, also lambs lettuce so I was trying to grow that as well.
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  4. jpb1958

    Kohl Rabi

    I grew Ruby Chard a few years ago in my garden and not the veg patch. Not too fussy about it but hey....It was somehting different. John
    I grew Ruby Chard a few years ago in my garden and not the veg patch. Not too fussy about it but hey....It was somehting different. John
    I grew Ruby Chard a few years ago in my garden and not the veg patch. Not too fussy about it but hey....It was somehting different. John
    I grew Ruby Chard a few years ago in my garden and not the veg patch. Not too fussy about it but hey....It was somehting different. John
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  5. slugbug

    Tomato gardeners delight

    Thanks all for that confirmation. I have been removing the side shoots but then someone told me they thought with that variety you don't need to. Great sight for all the expert help us novices...
    Thanks all for that confirmation. I have been removing the side shoots but then someone told me they thought with that variety you don't need to. Great sight for all the expert help us novices need.Keep up the good work.
    Thanks all for that confirmation. I have been removing the side shoots but then someone told me they thought with that variety you don't need to. Great sight for all the expert help us novices need.Keep up the good work.
    Thanks all for that confirmation. I have been removing the side shoots but then someone told me they thought with that variety you don't need to. Great sight for all the expert help us novices...
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  6. Wrightyathome

    Male & Female Cucumbers

    I just looked up "marketmore" on google, it doesn't say that it is female only, so I would assume it is male/female.The way to tell the difference between a male and female flower is easy, a...
    I just looked up "marketmore" on google, it doesn't say that it is female only, so I would assume it is male/female.The way to tell the difference between a male and female flower is easy, a female flower has a tiny cucmber at the base of the yellow flower, a male flower is just a flower.Nathan
    I just looked up "marketmore" on google, it doesn't say that it is female only, so I would assume it is male/female.The way to tell the difference between a male and female flower is easy, a female flower has a tiny cucmber at the base of the...
    I just looked up "marketmore" on google, it doesn't say that it is female only, so I would assume it is male/female.The way to tell the difference between a male and female flower is easy, a...
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  7. slugbug

    cucumber plants

    I think you've got to be careful with the watering until they are established, especially when is cool cloudy weather.
    I think you've got to be careful with the watering until they are established, especially when is cool cloudy weather.
    I think you've got to be careful with the watering until they are established, especially when is cool cloudy weather.
    I think you've got to be careful with the watering until they are established, especially when is cool cloudy weather.
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  8. gofoit2

    Strawberrys

    Cheers, thank you very much
    Cheers, thank you very much
    Cheers, thank you very much
    Cheers, thank you very much
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  9. keith

    Tomatoes

    yup it did too :DI'll make a note of that for next year
    yup it did too :DI'll make a note of that for next year
    yup it did too :DI'll make a note of that for next year
    yup it did too :DI'll make a note of that for next year
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  10. Capercaillie

    Tomato - The best all-rounder

    I'm growing a few varieties (all organic)gardeners delight green zebra aunt madge orange banana mexican honeyall outdoorsI hope I get something from one of them :D its my first time...
    I'm growing a few varieties (all organic)gardeners delight green zebra aunt madge orange banana mexican honeyall outdoorsI hope I get something from one of them :D its my first time growing them
    I'm growing a few varieties (all organic)gardeners delight green zebra aunt madge orange banana mexican honeyall outdoorsI hope I get something from one of them :D its my first time growing them
    I'm growing a few varieties (all organic)gardeners delight green zebra aunt madge orange banana mexican honeyall outdoorsI hope I get something from one of them :D its my first time...
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  11. 6inchesunder

    Potato plants not 'earthed up'

    This is from the HDRA fact sheetCultivationEarthing up Potatoes can be 'earthed up' as they grow, bringing soil up around the shoots. This helps control weeds, prevents the tubers turning...
    This is from the HDRA fact sheetCultivationEarthing up Potatoes can be 'earthed up' as they grow, bringing soil up around the shoots. This helps control weeds, prevents the tubers turning green and gives some protection against tuber blight. Do it first when plants are around 15cm (6in)...
    This is from the HDRA fact sheetCultivationEarthing up Potatoes can be 'earthed up' as they grow, bringing soil up around the shoots. This helps control weeds, prevents the tubers turning green and gives some protection against tuber...
    This is from the HDRA fact sheetCultivationEarthing up Potatoes can be 'earthed up' as they grow, bringing soil up around the shoots. This helps control weeds, prevents the tubers turning...
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  12. dannytrose

    Neglected Area / Veg Advice

    Oh, happy you to have such a bank canvass! I put in lots and lots of purple sprouting broccoli for over-wintering and reap the harvest in very early spring. It gives me a great sense of...
    Oh, happy you to have such a bank canvass! I put in lots and lots of purple sprouting broccoli for over-wintering and reap the harvest in very early spring. It gives me a great sense of satisfaction to pick buckets of the stuff when it's �£1.99 for a handful of floppy sprouts in the...
    Oh, happy you to have such a bank canvass! I put in lots and lots of purple sprouting broccoli for over-wintering and reap the harvest in very early spring. It gives me a great sense of satisfaction to pick buckets of the stuff when it's �£1.99...
    Oh, happy you to have such a bank canvass! I put in lots and lots of purple sprouting broccoli for over-wintering and reap the harvest in very early spring. It gives me a great sense of...
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  13. borgs

    Growing tomato plants indoors in 10" plant pots - how much water?

    Forgot to say: they are in a loamy / compost type soil.
    Forgot to say: they are in a loamy / compost type soil.
    Forgot to say: they are in a loamy / compost type soil.
    Forgot to say: they are in a loamy / compost type soil.
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  14. jukeboxnsm

    Radishes

    I dont think radishes transplant well. Keep em in the carrier bag. [ May 23, 2005, 09:17 PM: Message edited by: pete2255 ]
    I dont think radishes transplant well. Keep em in the carrier bag. [ May 23, 2005, 09:17 PM: Message edited by: pete2255 ]
    I dont think radishes transplant well. Keep em in the carrier bag. [ May 23, 2005, 09:17 PM: Message edited by: pete2255 ]
    I dont think radishes transplant well. Keep em in the carrier bag. [ May 23, 2005, 09:17 PM: Message edited by: pete2255 ]
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  15. aqua

    Sweetcorn

    I've not grown sweetcorn for years, but I know there are a lot of newer varietys out there now. I bet there must be one thats good in containers although you would need to feed and water well and...
    I've not grown sweetcorn for years, but I know there are a lot of newer varietys out there now. I bet there must be one thats good in containers although you would need to feed and water well and not expect a large crop. I think 2-3 cobs is about right Will, they do like warm conditions,...
    I've not grown sweetcorn for years, but I know there are a lot of newer varietys out there now. I bet there must be one thats good in containers although you would need to feed and water well and not expect a large crop. I think 2-3 cobs is...
    I've not grown sweetcorn for years, but I know there are a lot of newer varietys out there now. I bet there must be one thats good in containers although you would need to feed and water well and...
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  16. Neil

    Potatoes

    they usually do recover, puts them back a bit though.
    they usually do recover, puts them back a bit though.
    they usually do recover, puts them back a bit though.
    they usually do recover, puts them back a bit though.
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  17. Gardening Newbie

    Crop Rotation

    Hi ,Helen.Don't do veg anymore, forced labour as a youngster, only bad memories!But as long as you don't put the same crop in the same place for at least 3 years you should be o.k.It's the...
    Hi ,Helen.Don't do veg anymore, forced labour as a youngster, only bad memories!But as long as you don't put the same crop in the same place for at least 3 years you should be o.k.It's the brassicas you have to careful with, root problems.I also had a problem with manure, the ground was...
    Hi ,Helen.Don't do veg anymore, forced labour as a youngster, only bad memories!But as long as you don't put the same crop in the same place for at least 3 years you should be o.k.It's the brassicas you have to careful with, root...
    Hi ,Helen.Don't do veg anymore, forced labour as a youngster, only bad memories!But as long as you don't put the same crop in the same place for at least 3 years you should be o.k.It's the...
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  18. dalbuie

    tomatillos

    Hi dalbui, that's great. I shall go visit the site in a minute. I don't know about growing them either, so I shall have to sit back & see what happens too, but if I do turn any info up I will...
    Hi dalbui, that's great. I shall go visit the site in a minute. I don't know about growing them either, so I shall have to sit back & see what happens too, but if I do turn any info up I will post it on the board. Thanks again. :D
    Hi dalbui, that's great. I shall go visit the site in a minute. I don't know about growing them either, so I shall have to sit back & see what happens too, but if I do turn any info up I will post it on the board. Thanks again. :D
    Hi dalbui, that's great. I shall go visit the site in a minute. I don't know about growing them either, so I shall have to sit back & see what happens too, but if I do turn any info up I will...
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  19. DavidW

    Gooseberries

    I don't know how well this shows up but its what I call my gooseberry tree
    I don't know how well this shows up but its what I call my gooseberry tree
    I don't know how well this shows up but its what I call my gooseberry tree
    I don't know how well this shows up but its what I call my gooseberry tree
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  20. skye

    Gem squash

    This place at top of the pageWill keep looking though.Nathan.
    This place at top of the pageWill keep looking though.Nathan.
    This place at top of the pageWill keep looking though.Nathan.
    This place at top of the pageWill keep looking though.Nathan.
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