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February 21, 2020, 15:32:35 by plotstoeat
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Okay it's time to get ahead of the game. I have sewn tomatoes, sugar snap peas, lolla rosso, and sunflowers in my cold greenhouse. More in hope than expectation but if they dont germinate there's time to try again but , if they do, well .........
February 20, 2020, 13:42:04 by ACE
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Valentines day is always the day the birds pair up and although we have a few songbirds sounding off and one blackbird building a nest it still feels like winter. My central heating usually gets turned off about now, it is still fully on. I worked in the Parks and Gardens for years and years and we always started cutting the grass about the middle of Feb as it was over 10 c.  the trigger for it to start growing. As it is so wet I cannot get on the plot anyway so it also looks like the planting will be a few weeks behind. A month to go until the equinox when I usually get a few thing in, so unless we get at least 10 days of dry in a row that ain't going to happen. I need to dig the plot over, It is rough dug but all puddled in the deeper bits, walking on it will only compress it too much. Tomato seedlings are showing, but nothing else in yet, I might get the peas going this week but not worth getting much else going , they will get too spindly by the time they get in the ground.
February 20, 2020, 07:52:22 by ACE
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This would be very handy
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February 14, 2020, 19:29:37 by George the Pigman
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Over the last couple of years I have had problems with my overwintering red cabbages not heading up properly. They produce lots of outer leaves but very small heads or no heads at all.
Has anyone an idea why this might be happening?


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