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  1. Paul waterhouse

    Cornichon wind damage

    That's great thank you. All might not be lost. Every day is a school day isn't it.
    That's great thank you. All might not be lost. Every day is a school day isn't it.
    That's great thank you. All might not be lost. Every day is a school day isn't it.
    That's great thank you. All might not be lost. Every day is a school day isn't it.
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  2. Scotkat

    Parsnip Tape Seeds

    First time growing any Parsips.
    First time growing any Parsips.
    First time growing any Parsips.
    First time growing any Parsips.
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  3. PhilC

    Damaged my Tomato plant tap root when repotting...help!

    I wouldn't worry too much about that ... it will just be functioning on less root and thus take a while to recover.However, it will now presumably have a lot of compost, relative to the root...
    I wouldn't worry too much about that ... it will just be functioning on less root and thus take a while to recover.However, it will now presumably have a lot of compost, relative to the root volume, in that pot? If so be very careful with watering ... it takes a while for any "overpotted"...
    I wouldn't worry too much about that ... it will just be functioning on less root and thus take a while to recover.However, it will now presumably have a lot of compost, relative to the root volume, in that pot? If so be very careful with...
    I wouldn't worry too much about that ... it will just be functioning on less root and thus take a while to recover.However, it will now presumably have a lot of compost, relative to the root...
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  4. Sargan

    Seedlings turn ill

    They SO are. As the old saying goes "cucumbers wake up each morning and think of a new way to die" :( Once we get to June and they are shinning up their climbing frame, and nights are always...
    They SO are. As the old saying goes "cucumbers wake up each morning and think of a new way to die" :( Once we get to June and they are shinning up their climbing frame, and nights are always above 10C they will be fine.I agree, I'd be inclined to take them off the windowsill at night, and I...
    They SO are. As the old saying goes "cucumbers wake up each morning and think of a new way to die" :( Once we get to June and they are shinning up their climbing frame, and nights are always above 10C they will be fine.I agree, I'd be...
    They SO are. As the old saying goes "cucumbers wake up each morning and think of a new way to die" :( Once we get to June and they are shinning up their climbing frame, and nights are always...
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  5. pompeyexile

    Jupiter Apple Tree Fungus Identification and Erradication

    I have a Jupiter Apple tree the I have trained into an espalier over the last 8 years or so. It has never produced more than a couple of apples and in the last two years has been suffering from...
    I have a Jupiter Apple tree the I have trained into an espalier over the last 8 years or so. It has never produced more than a couple of apples and in the last two years has been suffering from this white fluffy disease that I cannot identify. I have asked for help before and was told to...
    I have a Jupiter Apple tree the I have trained into an espalier over the last 8 years or so. It has never produced more than a couple of apples and in the last two years has been suffering from this white fluffy disease that I cannot identify. I...
    I have a Jupiter Apple tree the I have trained into an espalier over the last 8 years or so. It has never produced more than a couple of apples and in the last two years has been suffering from...
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  6. Selleri

    Leeks in a bucket?

    There's going to be some skill required to get them maximum number of in size leeks, because cramming loads will result in them all being undersize.
    There's going to be some skill required to get them maximum number of in size leeks, because cramming loads will result in them all being undersize.
    There's going to be some skill required to get them maximum number of in size leeks, because cramming loads will result in them all being undersize.
    There's going to be some skill required to get them maximum number of in size leeks, because cramming loads will result in them all being undersize.
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  7. jimineycricket

    preparing spuds for storing

    I was assuming the OP was digging them up like I am, Mine have over wintered in the ground and are just showing signs of new sprouts. They need to all come out soon or they start going soft.
    I was assuming the OP was digging them up like I am, Mine have over wintered in the ground and are just showing signs of new sprouts. They need to all come out soon or they start going soft.
    I was assuming the OP was digging them up like I am, Mine have over wintered in the ground and are just showing signs of new sprouts. They need to all come out soon or they start going soft.
    I was assuming the OP was digging them up like I am, Mine have over wintered in the ground and are just showing signs of new sprouts. They need to all come out soon or they start going soft.
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  8. Islander77

    Vanishing strawberry plants

    @Islander77 I could send some of mine over, as only one bed was affected.
    @Islander77 I could send some of mine over, as only one bed was affected.
    @Islander77 I could send some of mine over, as only one bed was affected.
    @Islander77 I could send some of mine over, as only one bed was affected.
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  9. roders

    Mr Fothergill.

    Note. Indirectly linked to the virus. Mr Fothergills seeds had a record day yesterday ,they took more money in one day than this whole week last year. They are struggling desperately to keep up...
    Note. Indirectly linked to the virus. Mr Fothergills seeds had a record day yesterday ,they took more money in one day than this whole week last year. They are struggling desperately to keep up with demand. A lot of people growing veg..........wartime spirit.
    Note. Indirectly linked to the virus. Mr Fothergills seeds had a record day yesterday ,they took more money in one day than this whole week last year. They are struggling desperately to keep up with demand. A lot of people growing...
    Note. Indirectly linked to the virus. Mr Fothergills seeds had a record day yesterday ,they took more money in one day than this whole week last year. They are struggling desperately to keep up...
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  10. nightofjoy

    Winter Squash - Crown Prince - from seeed

    Well you will never know unless you try - I know how you feel having got so far with these plants, maybe you have more space than I was imagining.
    Well you will never know unless you try - I know how you feel having got so far with these plants, maybe you have more space than I was imagining.
    Well you will never know unless you try - I know how you feel having got so far with these plants, maybe you have more space than I was imagining.
    Well you will never know unless you try - I know how you feel having got so far with these plants, maybe you have more space than I was imagining.
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  11. charliew50

    Next steps advice for clearing nettles and turning into veg bed

    As I cannot dig, I find that pulling nettles works well. They come up root and all.
    As I cannot dig, I find that pulling nettles works well. They come up root and all.
    As I cannot dig, I find that pulling nettles works well. They come up root and all.
    As I cannot dig, I find that pulling nettles works well. They come up root and all.
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  12. Sian in Belgium

    What eats young rhubarb leaves?

    ...and here’s some photographic proof!
    ...and here’s some photographic proof!
    ...and here’s some photographic proof!
    ...and here’s some photographic proof!
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  13. ericmull

    Veg plot soil Ph

    Clay itself is neutral, my allotment is clay and quite alkaline whereas I know in other areas it can be acidic.Not sure what you mean by :If you mean you are digging up the sub soil then...
    Clay itself is neutral, my allotment is clay and quite alkaline whereas I know in other areas it can be acidic.Not sure what you mean by :If you mean you are digging up the sub soil then that's not good.Grit and organic material are a good thing, sharp sand is cheap and will also...
    Clay itself is neutral, my allotment is clay and quite alkaline whereas I know in other areas it can be acidic.Not sure what you mean by :If you mean you are digging up the sub soil then that's not good.Grit and organic material are a...
    Clay itself is neutral, my allotment is clay and quite alkaline whereas I know in other areas it can be acidic.Not sure what you mean by :If you mean you are digging up the sub soil then...
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  14. Paul Blackburn

    Potato Problem

    Are they in the dark? Usually the sprouts only get long if the spuds are in the dark.Main Crop should be ok for another month I would think.
    Are they in the dark? Usually the sprouts only get long if the spuds are in the dark.Main Crop should be ok for another month I would think.
    Are they in the dark? Usually the sprouts only get long if the spuds are in the dark.Main Crop should be ok for another month I would think.
    Are they in the dark? Usually the sprouts only get long if the spuds are in the dark.Main Crop should be ok for another month I would think.
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  15. agnetha11

    chilli pepper cayenne help

    That's exactly right :blue thumb:. Cayenne pepper is a particular type of chilli. The heat of chillies change from time of year and growing conditions - and how long they have been on the plant.The heat...
    That's exactly right :blue thumb:. Cayenne pepper is a particular type of chilli. The heat of chillies change from time of year and growing conditions - and how long they have been on the plant.The heat is measured on the Scoville Scale and Cayenne is in the lower end of the very hot varieties and the...
    That's exactly right :blue thumb:. Cayenne pepper is a particular type of chilli. The heat of chillies change from time of year and growing conditions - and how long they have been on the plant.The heat is measured on the Scoville Scale and Cayenne is in...
    That's exactly right :blue thumb:. Cayenne pepper is a particular type of chilli. The heat of chillies change from time of year and growing conditions - and how long they have been on the plant.The heat...
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  16. Kon

    Strawberries from bare roots

    Ooops, sorry about that, have corrected it, now correctly links to Ken Muirs PDF :redface:
    Ooops, sorry about that, have corrected it, now correctly links to Ken Muirs PDF :redface:
    Ooops, sorry about that, have corrected it, now correctly links to Ken Muirs PDF :redface:
    Ooops, sorry about that, have corrected it, now correctly links to Ken Muirs PDF :redface:
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  17. newhaven dave

    Too early to plant potatoes?

    I started typing a new thread about "Too early to plant Potatoes" checked through the threads and here is the exact same comment I had started in 2014. Great thanks for all these answers.I am...
    I started typing a new thread about "Too early to plant Potatoes" checked through the threads and here is the exact same comment I had started in 2014. Great thanks for all these answers.I am going to start some first earlies, Pentland Javelin in the greenhouse very soon in the hope of...
    I started typing a new thread about "Too early to plant Potatoes" checked through the threads and here is the exact same comment I had started in 2014. Great thanks for all these answers.I am going to start some first earlies, Pentland...
    I started typing a new thread about "Too early to plant Potatoes" checked through the threads and here is the exact same comment I had started in 2014. Great thanks for all these answers.I am...
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  18. ChilliPepper

    Somethings Eating my Beans and Peas!

    @ChilliPepper I've never had much success with autumn sown peas, probably need cloches or similar. Broad beans have always been more successful. Mine currently have flowers on them although the...
    @ChilliPepper I've never had much success with autumn sown peas, probably need cloches or similar. Broad beans have always been more successful. Mine currently have flowers on them although the recent winds have battered them around.
    @ChilliPepper I've never had much success with autumn sown peas, probably need cloches or similar. Broad beans have always been more successful. Mine currently have flowers on them although the recent winds have battered them around.
    @ChilliPepper I've never had much success with autumn sown peas, probably need cloches or similar. Broad beans have always been more successful. Mine currently have flowers on them although the...
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  19. Vince
    Like x 5

    I can almost smell

    Do you mean those orangey red ones from Spain?:biggrin: Mostly grown hydroponically under glass so bound to be tasteless.
    Do you mean those orangey red ones from Spain?:biggrin: Mostly grown hydroponically under glass so bound to be tasteless.
    Do you mean those orangey red ones from Spain?:biggrin: Mostly grown hydroponically under glass so bound to be tasteless.
    Do you mean those orangey red ones from Spain?:biggrin: Mostly grown hydroponically under glass so bound to be tasteless.
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  20. RobB

    Low growing peas

    I think they will be perfect @mazambo, thanks a lot. I must've been looking with my eyes shut. :doh:
    I think they will be perfect @mazambo, thanks a lot. I must've been looking with my eyes shut. :doh:
    I think they will be perfect @mazambo, thanks a lot. I must've been looking with my eyes shut. :doh:
    I think they will be perfect @mazambo, thanks a lot. I must've been looking with my eyes shut. :doh:
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