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  1. Jerzy Dabrowski
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  2. Aldo

    Cucumbers not doing well, any advice?

    Hello everybody, thanks so much for all the advice! I was a bit down over the last days, the weather has been a bit depressing too, so I did not spend much time in the garden at all.. But today I...
    Hello everybody, thanks so much for all the advice! I was a bit down over the last days, the weather has been a bit depressing too, so I did not spend much time in the garden at all.. But today I went and trimmed most affected leaves and fruits to let air in. I feel a bit silly because, hidden...
    Hello everybody, thanks so much for all the advice! I was a bit down over the last days, the weather has been a bit depressing too, so I did not spend much time in the garden at all.. But today I went and trimmed most affected leaves and fruits...
    Hello everybody, thanks so much for all the advice! I was a bit down over the last days, the weather has been a bit depressing too, so I did not spend much time in the garden at all.. But today I...
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  3. Amanda Cocksedge

    Tomato plant trouble

    Or in the hay they’re fed with.
    Or in the hay they’re fed with.
    Or in the hay they’re fed with.
    Or in the hay they’re fed with.
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  4. Arlandria

    Help! Big change of plans!

    Thanks everyone. I have some strawberries on the way and seeds to take up the rest of the space in the bed. It'll be nice to have crops later in the year and it'll set me up nicely for next year's...
    Thanks everyone. I have some strawberries on the way and seeds to take up the rest of the space in the bed. It'll be nice to have crops later in the year and it'll set me up nicely for next year's growing.
    Thanks everyone. I have some strawberries on the way and seeds to take up the rest of the space in the bed. It'll be nice to have crops later in the year and it'll set me up nicely for next year's growing.
    Thanks everyone. I have some strawberries on the way and seeds to take up the rest of the space in the bed. It'll be nice to have crops later in the year and it'll set me up nicely for next year's...
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  5. Nikos Koukos

    Brussel Sprouts.

    I agree with pete, he has good knowledge, club root would have been my guess. As long as your watering regime is bob on
    I agree with pete, he has good knowledge, club root would have been my guess. As long as your watering regime is bob on
    I agree with pete, he has good knowledge, club root would have been my guess. As long as your watering regime is bob on
    I agree with pete, he has good knowledge, club root would have been my guess. As long as your watering regime is bob on
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  6. RobB

    Old seeds lesson

    Hi @RobB not all seeds lose viability that fast (I mentioned in previous posts where we had massive germination of 20 year old fabaceae at botanic garden, even though not well kept). But a lot of...
    Hi @RobB not all seeds lose viability that fast (I mentioned in previous posts where we had massive germination of 20 year old fabaceae at botanic garden, even though not well kept). But a lot of vegetable seeds do seem to lose it - I tried some old carrots this year and nothing came up, but...
    Hi @RobB not all seeds lose viability that fast (I mentioned in previous posts where we had massive germination of 20 year old fabaceae at botanic garden, even though not well kept). But a lot of vegetable seeds do seem to lose it - I tried some...
    Hi @RobB not all seeds lose viability that fast (I mentioned in previous posts where we had massive germination of 20 year old fabaceae at botanic garden, even though not well kept). But a lot of...
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  7. Jasmine star

    What to do next with tomatoes?

    Brilliant @ricky101 :love30: thanks so much. I have put the original post in the tomato growing section as I'm sure I'm going to need lots of help in the future :doh:
    Brilliant @ricky101 :love30: thanks so much. I have put the original post in the tomato growing section as I'm sure I'm going to need lots of help in the future :doh:
    Brilliant @ricky101 :love30: thanks so much. I have put the original post in the tomato growing section as I'm sure I'm going to need lots of help in the future :doh:
    Brilliant @ricky101 :love30: thanks so much. I have put the original post in the tomato growing section as I'm sure I'm going to need lots of help in the future :doh:
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  8. Arlandria

    Herb Garden

    My many moves have seen my beloved gardens being left behind too often. When I left Kerry for Connemara, I "bequeathed" great pottery planters ( no room in the van) with lavender, sage,...
    My many moves have seen my beloved gardens being left behind too often. When I left Kerry for Connemara, I "bequeathed" great pottery planters ( no room in the van) with lavender, sage, rosemary...to a lady who I knew would greatly appreciate them.So here? Seemed pointless to start over......
    My many moves have seen my beloved gardens being left behind too often. When I left Kerry for Connemara, I "bequeathed" great pottery planters ( no room in the van) with lavender, sage, rosemary...to a lady who I knew would greatly appreciate...
    My many moves have seen my beloved gardens being left behind too often. When I left Kerry for Connemara, I "bequeathed" great pottery planters ( no room in the van) with lavender, sage,...
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  9. JWK

    Asparagus self sown seedlings, weed out?

    yes doing dandy !! :hapydancsmil:
    yes doing dandy !! :hapydancsmil:
    yes doing dandy !! :hapydancsmil:
    yes doing dandy !! :hapydancsmil:
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  10. silu

    Not that impressed with Onion sets.

    I grew sturon and 'stur bc 20' last year and they grew very well 300 sets produced 70kg, the best crop I've ever had. I've planted out about 200 this year. Last year must have been just right for...
    I grew sturon and 'stur bc 20' last year and they grew very well 300 sets produced 70kg, the best crop I've ever had. I've planted out about 200 this year. Last year must have been just right for onions, rain at regular intervals. This year they are doing ok I think. In the attached, there is a...
    I grew sturon and 'stur bc 20' last year and they grew very well 300 sets produced 70kg, the best crop I've ever had. I've planted out about 200 this year. Last year must have been just right for onions, rain at regular intervals. This year they...
    I grew sturon and 'stur bc 20' last year and they grew very well 300 sets produced 70kg, the best crop I've ever had. I've planted out about 200 this year. Last year must have been just right for...
    red-creole-onion-bolting-30mar13.jpg onion1.jpg
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  11. Septimus00

    White on carrots

    I've had luck using water with a bit of washing up liquid in it. It didn't get rid of them entirely but there's a lot fewer now.A friend said it can harm bees though, so I'm looking at alternatives.
    I've had luck using water with a bit of washing up liquid in it. It didn't get rid of them entirely but there's a lot fewer now.A friend said it can harm bees though, so I'm looking at alternatives.
    I've had luck using water with a bit of washing up liquid in it. It didn't get rid of them entirely but there's a lot fewer now.A friend said it can harm bees though, so I'm looking at alternatives.
    I've had luck using water with a bit of washing up liquid in it. It didn't get rid of them entirely but there's a lot fewer now.A friend said it can harm bees though, so I'm looking at alternatives.
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  12. Ruth82

    Radish ready?

    You can let them grow a bit bigger if you water them well, they like water, and more water !Almost looks as if you have spaced them very wide apart ? we usually just sow a drill and they...
    You can let them grow a bit bigger if you water them well, they like water, and more water !Almost looks as if you have spaced them very wide apart ? we usually just sow a drill and they happily come up together, as you take some out to eat the others get more room to grow.
    You can let them grow a bit bigger if you water them well, they like water, and more water !Almost looks as if you have spaced them very wide apart ? we usually just sow a drill and they happily come up together, as you take some out to eat...
    You can let them grow a bit bigger if you water them well, they like water, and more water !Almost looks as if you have spaced them very wide apart ? we usually just sow a drill and they...
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  13. Arlandria

    Blackcurrant Bush

    ...whoa. @misterQ that's HUGE! I guess I'd better pick a large spot for it then :biggrin:Thanks @Macraignil - they look quite dark so I think they're probably there, or nearly there. Will investigate...
    ...whoa. @misterQ that's HUGE! I guess I'd better pick a large spot for it then :biggrin:Thanks @Macraignil - they look quite dark so I think they're probably there, or nearly there. Will investigate later today.
    ...whoa. @misterQ that's HUGE! I guess I'd better pick a large spot for it then :biggrin:Thanks @Macraignil - they look quite dark so I think they're probably there, or nearly there. Will investigate later today.
    ...whoa. @misterQ that's HUGE! I guess I'd better pick a large spot for it then :biggrin:Thanks @Macraignil - they look quite dark so I think they're probably there, or nearly there. Will investigate...
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  14. Salmon1

    Raspberry Advice Wanted

    I haven't come across this problem before but it does favour the Spur blight sadly .
    I haven't come across this problem before but it does favour the Spur blight sadly .
    I haven't come across this problem before but it does favour the Spur blight sadly .
    I haven't come across this problem before but it does favour the Spur blight sadly .
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  15. Jerzy Dabrowski

    Salad leaves running to seed

    I believe it depends on the lettuce variety either. Some packages have the data if the variety is resistant to bolting, or if it can be successfully grown in summer.
    I believe it depends on the lettuce variety either. Some packages have the data if the variety is resistant to bolting, or if it can be successfully grown in summer.
    I believe it depends on the lettuce variety either. Some packages have the data if the variety is resistant to bolting, or if it can be successfully grown in summer.
    I believe it depends on the lettuce variety either. Some packages have the data if the variety is resistant to bolting, or if it can be successfully grown in summer.
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  16. Steve Elliott

    Bent over onions.

    Sometimes they grow new vertical leaves after they get knocked down. It's still early so they should do. But I don't think that the fflattened ones will come back up in the way they were before.
    Sometimes they grow new vertical leaves after they get knocked down. It's still early so they should do. But I don't think that the fflattened ones will come back up in the way they were before.
    Sometimes they grow new vertical leaves after they get knocked down. It's still early so they should do. But I don't think that the fflattened ones will come back up in the way they were before.
    Sometimes they grow new vertical leaves after they get knocked down. It's still early so they should do. But I don't think that the fflattened ones will come back up in the way they were before.
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  17. Bumbalore

    What is happening to my cucumber plants??

    No don't use sodium bicarbonate that is different. Going by those close up it looks like something is eating them.If the top growth looks good then go ahead and cut off the lower ones.
    No don't use sodium bicarbonate that is different. Going by those close up it looks like something is eating them.If the top growth looks good then go ahead and cut off the lower ones.
    No don't use sodium bicarbonate that is different. Going by those close up it looks like something is eating them.If the top growth looks good then go ahead and cut off the lower ones.
    No don't use sodium bicarbonate that is different. Going by those close up it looks like something is eating them.If the top growth looks good then go ahead and cut off the lower ones.
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  18. Bumbalore

    Runner beans leaves going yellow.... Help!

    I always dig it in during the Autumn. :blue thumb:
    I always dig it in during the Autumn. :blue thumb:
    I always dig it in during the Autumn. :blue thumb:
    I always dig it in during the Autumn. :blue thumb:
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  19. Darth Weeder

    Yellowing leaves on Cucumbers

    Damaged or diseased leaves. Remove them. What living portions remain, simply drain the plant of nutrients.
    Damaged or diseased leaves. Remove them. What living portions remain, simply drain the plant of nutrients.
    Damaged or diseased leaves. Remove them. What living portions remain, simply drain the plant of nutrients.
    Damaged or diseased leaves. Remove them. What living portions remain, simply drain the plant of nutrients.
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  20. jumanji

    Strawberries

    There won't be any runners just yet, mine are still to turn red then they should produce runners. I've had them root in the lawn and repotted them.
    There won't be any runners just yet, mine are still to turn red then they should produce runners. I've had them root in the lawn and repotted them.
    There won't be any runners just yet, mine are still to turn red then they should produce runners. I've had them root in the lawn and repotted them.
    There won't be any runners just yet, mine are still to turn red then they should produce runners. I've had them root in the lawn and repotted them.
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