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  1. thriftybri

    tomatoes watering

    thanks for info
    thanks for info
    thanks for info
    thanks for info
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  2. jane0o0

    Tomato plants and Spiders

    Hi jane Spiders are a good thing in the greenhouse I have loads every year I see spiders nests with hundreds of baby spiders, I never get problems with aphids. regards Alex
    Hi jane Spiders are a good thing in the greenhouse I have loads every year I see spiders nests with hundreds of baby spiders, I never get problems with aphids. regards Alex
    Hi jane Spiders are a good thing in the greenhouse I have loads every year I see spiders nests with hundreds of baby spiders, I never get problems with aphids. regards Alex
    Hi jane Spiders are a good thing in the greenhouse I have loads every year I see spiders nests with hundreds of baby spiders, I never get problems with aphids. regards Alex
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  3. LoveSunshine

    Growing watermelons in the uk? Other ideas?

    Don't have experience with a greenhouse but I have the use of a polytunnel on my allotment site, 2 years ago I had some really good beginners luck. The seed was "sugar baby" from lidl. Also...
    Don't have experience with a greenhouse but I have the use of a polytunnel on my allotment site, 2 years ago I had some really good beginners luck. The seed was "sugar baby" from lidl. Also managed to germinate some from a honey dew melon from asda..ended up, one had mildew, the other 2 just...
    Don't have experience with a greenhouse but I have the use of a polytunnel on my allotment site, 2 years ago I had some really good beginners luck. The seed was "sugar baby" from lidl. Also managed to germinate some from a honey dew melon from...
    Don't have experience with a greenhouse but I have the use of a polytunnel on my allotment site, 2 years ago I had some really good beginners luck. The seed was "sugar baby" from lidl. Also...
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  4. mazambo

    Heated seed beds?

    Thanks @ricky101
    Thanks @ricky101
    Thanks @ricky101
    Thanks @ricky101
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  5. thriftybri

    cucumber plants dying

    Thanks guys for your answers
    Thanks guys for your answers
    Thanks guys for your answers
    Thanks guys for your answers
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  6. Pushkin

    Shelf on back of greenhouse (outside)

    On similar lines as @ricky101 if your channel is the same as mine you could use L shape brackets (or get some 3mm aluminium strip and bend yourself to fit) and drill through the glazing frame,...
    On similar lines as @ricky101 if your channel is the same as mine you could use L shape brackets (or get some 3mm aluminium strip and bend yourself to fit) and drill through the glazing frame, bolt to the frame then a hole in the front of the bracket and you could use standard greenhouse brackets.
    On similar lines as @ricky101 if your channel is the same as mine you could use L shape brackets (or get some 3mm aluminium strip and bend yourself to fit) and drill through the glazing frame, bolt to the frame then a hole in the front of the...
    On similar lines as @ricky101 if your channel is the same as mine you could use L shape brackets (or get some 3mm aluminium strip and bend yourself to fit) and drill through the glazing frame,...
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  7. jane0o0

    Tomato growing tip

    Harvested first tomatoes today 15th May two sungold and two gardeners delight regards Sandy
    Harvested first tomatoes today 15th May two sungold and two gardeners delight regards Sandy
    Harvested first tomatoes today 15th May two sungold and two gardeners delight regards Sandy
    Harvested first tomatoes today 15th May two sungold and two gardeners delight regards Sandy
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  8. Paul Blackburn

    Growing Tomato and Chillies

    I'm no expert Paul but I would think early May. Just keep re potting the Tomatoes deeper in the next size pot.
    I'm no expert Paul but I would think early May. Just keep re potting the Tomatoes deeper in the next size pot.
    I'm no expert Paul but I would think early May. Just keep re potting the Tomatoes deeper in the next size pot.
    I'm no expert Paul but I would think early May. Just keep re potting the Tomatoes deeper in the next size pot.
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  9. Paul Blackburn

    Greenhouse Heater

    I took a bottle back to our local supplier. It was about 17 years old, bought from the same shop. They honoured the exchange but the bottle was out of proof so would be scrapped.It was shell...
    I took a bottle back to our local supplier. It was about 17 years old, bought from the same shop. They honoured the exchange but the bottle was out of proof so would be scrapped.It was shell gas previously but is now flogas.
    I took a bottle back to our local supplier. It was about 17 years old, bought from the same shop. They honoured the exchange but the bottle was out of proof so would be scrapped.It was shell gas previously but is now flogas.
    I took a bottle back to our local supplier. It was about 17 years old, bought from the same shop. They honoured the exchange but the bottle was out of proof so would be scrapped.It was shell...
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  10. justsomeguy

    Eltex greenhouse heater

    I have been reading through this thread, bit of an oldie one. I used the latger Eltex, twin tanks etc plus a water tray above the flues. In fact it was only last year I dumped the heater. A few...
    I have been reading through this thread, bit of an oldie one. I used the latger Eltex, twin tanks etc plus a water tray above the flues. In fact it was only last year I dumped the heater. A few points to observe when using paraffin or any portable heater. Make sure it's standing firm and...
    I have been reading through this thread, bit of an oldie one. I used the latger Eltex, twin tanks etc plus a water tray above the flues. In fact it was only last year I dumped the heater. A few points to observe when using paraffin or any...
    I have been reading through this thread, bit of an oldie one. I used the latger Eltex, twin tanks etc plus a water tray above the flues. In fact it was only last year I dumped the heater. A few...
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  11. jane0o0

    Courgettes

    We all do it , every year, never learn... !! :biggrin:
    We all do it , every year, never learn... !! :biggrin:
    We all do it , every year, never learn... !! :biggrin:
    We all do it , every year, never learn... !! :biggrin:
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  12. Grum Tum

    Sealant/Putty on a Polycarbonate/Aluminium framed Greenhouse?

    You're probably right about the differences in products here and there.
    You're probably right about the differences in products here and there.
    You're probably right about the differences in products here and there.
    You're probably right about the differences in products here and there.
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  13. mazambo

    Greenhouse window?

    Hi everyone I have an old halls greenhouse and the wind has blown the window frame out of where it hinges, it's happened before and I have to unscrew the autovent to tilt and slide it back in, is...
    Hi everyone I have an old halls greenhouse and the wind has blown the window frame out of where it hinges, it's happened before and I have to unscrew the autovent to tilt and slide it back in, is there any other way to slide it back in without unscrewing it?
    Hi everyone I have an old halls greenhouse and the wind has blown the window frame out of where it hinges, it's happened before and I have to unscrew the autovent to tilt and slide it back in, is there any other way to slide it back in without...
    Hi everyone I have an old halls greenhouse and the wind has blown the window frame out of where it hinges, it's happened before and I have to unscrew the autovent to tilt and slide it back in, is...
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  14. Snorky85

    Grow lights in greenhouse

    You are right Lori - I've got a timer plug that I can set up. I actually put them on today 10-1 during the day as it is sooo grey and dull here.
    You are right Lori - I've got a timer plug that I can set up. I actually put them on today 10-1 during the day as it is sooo grey and dull here.
    You are right Lori - I've got a timer plug that I can set up. I actually put them on today 10-1 during the day as it is sooo grey and dull here.
    You are right Lori - I've got a timer plug that I can set up. I actually put them on today 10-1 during the day as it is sooo grey and dull here.
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  15. Carllennon

    Replacement Panels

    Give these a try in the new year. MK City Glass Milton Keynes Glaziers
    Give these a try in the new year. MK City Glass Milton Keynes Glaziers
    Give these a try in the new year. MK City Glass Milton Keynes Glaziers
    Give these a try in the new year. MK City Glass Milton Keynes Glaziers
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  16. CarolineL

    New greenhouse - some help please

    Why not have it ALL glass or glass substitute?
    Why not have it ALL glass or glass substitute?
    Why not have it ALL glass or glass substitute?
    Why not have it ALL glass or glass substitute?
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  17. mazambo

    Show Model Greenhouses 50% off.

    I bought my Green House from them, mazambo, and visited them on the small industrial site where they are. I found them to be really friendly and helpful and when building the Green House, with a...
    I bought my Green House from them, mazambo, and visited them on the small industrial site where they are. I found them to be really friendly and helpful and when building the Green House, with a friend of mine, I managed to break the last side pane of safety glass which crumbled into sugar like...
    I bought my Green House from them, mazambo, and visited them on the small industrial site where they are. I found them to be really friendly and helpful and when building the Green House, with a friend of mine, I managed to break the last side...
    I bought my Green House from them, mazambo, and visited them on the small industrial site where they are. I found them to be really friendly and helpful and when building the Green House, with a...
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  18. mazambo

    Cell growing?

    I use cells for virtually everything, either sowing directly into them (especially larger seeds) or pricking out seedlings into them and, rather than using pots or seed tray, I sow seeds for...
    I use cells for virtually everything, either sowing directly into them (especially larger seeds) or pricking out seedlings into them and, rather than using pots or seed tray, I sow seeds for pricking out in individual/strips/blocks of cells from 40x, 24x & 15x trays, then I can snip off...
    I use cells for virtually everything, either sowing directly into them (especially larger seeds) or pricking out seedlings into them and, rather than using pots or seed tray, I sow seeds for pricking out in individual/strips/blocks of cells from...
    I use cells for virtually everything, either sowing directly into them (especially larger seeds) or pricking out seedlings into them and, rather than using pots or seed tray, I sow seeds for...
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  19. mazambo

    Auto vent over winter

    I unscrew the hexagonal threaded knobs that the pistons push onto, so the roof vents don't open, possibly letting in birds, horizontal rain, etc., in when I'm not checking it every day.
    I unscrew the hexagonal threaded knobs that the pistons push onto, so the roof vents don't open, possibly letting in birds, horizontal rain, etc., in when I'm not checking it every day.
    I unscrew the hexagonal threaded knobs that the pistons push onto, so the roof vents don't open, possibly letting in birds, horizontal rain, etc., in when I'm not checking it every day.
    I unscrew the hexagonal threaded knobs that the pistons push onto, so the roof vents don't open, possibly letting in birds, horizontal rain, etc., in when I'm not checking it every day.
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  20. Helen Evans

    Newbie with greenhouse!

    @kazzawazza is correct. The reaper is the hottest. Bhut jolokia (ghost pepper) is next. Ive been groweing both for a number of years.I also grow scotch bonnet, 7 pot yellow, choclate douglah,...
    @kazzawazza is correct. The reaper is the hottest. Bhut jolokia (ghost pepper) is next. Ive been groweing both for a number of years.I also grow scotch bonnet, 7 pot yellow, choclate douglah, devil's tongue, red habanero, orange habanero, ring of fire and a couple of other kinds of...
    @kazzawazza is correct. The reaper is the hottest. Bhut jolokia (ghost pepper) is next. Ive been groweing both for a number of years.I also grow scotch bonnet, 7 pot yellow, choclate douglah, devil's tongue, red habanero, orange habanero, ring...
    @kazzawazza is correct. The reaper is the hottest. Bhut jolokia (ghost pepper) is next. Ive been groweing both for a number of years.I also grow scotch bonnet, 7 pot yellow, choclate douglah,...
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