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Yesterday at 20:55:43 by Duke Ellington
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This seems to happen every year. I buy multi purpose compost from Homebase. I sieve it and use it for my seeds. Every year I seem to get a green thin moss/algae that forms on the surface of the compost and it seems to stunt the growth of some of my seedlings. My leek seedlings are really suffering this year. Does anyone have any ideas as to what I can do about it?
Yesterday at 18:14:04 by Hector
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I nearly lost this a coup,e of years back, so delighted to see it in flower today. Beautiful scent too :)
Yesterday at 11:01:22 by aquilegia
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Will they be ok. Only slight frost, and some of the smaller plants look ok, but the taller ones have gone a bit floppy.
I know I should have earthed them up. I was planning too with the lawn clippings, but then it's been too cold and I've been too tired to mow the lawn!
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