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George the Pigman
Today at 11:09:07 by George the Pigman
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Last week I bought a bag of broad beans in their pods from M&S. They tasted lovely and I assumed they were from abroad but on the bag it says they were from Herefordshire.
How do they manage to do that? I always regard broad beans as cool weather veg that usually gets harvested at the latest sometime in June or maybe July.
Anyone tried to grow them to harvest in the Autumn?






























daveyboi
Today at 11:02:44 by daveyboi
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It's been some time since we had a competition so will see if there is still an appetite for one so please start submitting your photos for the Autumn Competition

The subject this time chosen by Peanuts the winner of the last competition is

"Beasties, creepy-crawlies and insects"


Either send me a pm with your picture or email to me at ramjamman at hotmail dot com (make sure you include your user name if using email please)

Try and submit entries by the end of the first week in October
Digeroo
Today at 08:44:11 by Digeroo
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Real raintoday!!
   
:toothy10: :toothy2: :toothy2: :toothy2: :toothy2: :toothy2: :toothy2: :toothy2: :toothy2: :toothy2: :toothy2: :toothy2:

Its the first really good downpour since the end of May!  Mostly drizzle yesterday.   I had fed my blackcurrants with BFB and it was still there so I went out yesterday evening to wash it into the soil.   

I hope there will be enough rain not to leave a dry patch down below in the soil. 

Then we a due for several days of wall to wall sunshine, though some nippy mornings.
I miss the large newspapers, for throwing over things to keep them warm.

Hopefully the mole will go away.




Tee Gee
Yesterday at 13:34:32 by Tee Gee
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As some of you may know my current programme in preparation for me retiring from "allotmenteering" is to rearrange my garden at home.

Here is the result of yesterday's work when the Junipers were removed to expose my tatty old fence which I have never seen for around 25 years.

This morning I fitted new rails  to my knee high fence. ( the fence at the back is my neighbours work)

The next good day I will attempt to remove the Juniper roots which is not essential as these would be covered when I plant various shrubs taken from my herbaceous border in the back garden. However if I can remove them it will help me to put my shrubs where I want them rather than fitting them in around existing roots.

So it is all systems go!

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