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There is a slight breeze abit cooler and its cloudy.
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Grow Your Own / Re: Daily Harvest 2018
« Last post by LILLILEAF on Today at 08:24 »
Picked some red cherry toms and some sweet success toms,they are so nice i have done all small cherry type toms this year,they seem to be a better crop than the bigger toms,and there lots of them :)
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Tiny bit of a breeze here & a tad cooler, but blue skies & sunshine, so getting warmer again I think
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Grow Your Own / Re: Horse and cow menu are mixed
« Last post by Pescador on Today at 07:18 »
I would think it will be fine, but if worried do a bean test on some first.
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No rain overnight  :( Overcast and cooler this morning, although the house is still 25 as there's no breeze at all.  There's no rain in the 10 day forecast either anymore and I'm beginning to get concerned.
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Grow Your Own / Horse and cow menu are mixed
« Last post by mdjlucan on Yesterday at 22:42 »
The farmer said I can take as much as this as I want will this be okay to put on my allotment
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: Advantages from the hot weather.
« Last post by madcat on Yesterday at 22:03 »
lol, do you want 2 more?  Iíve still got my late motherís 2 that I was unsuccessful in rehoming
P.s Iím not joking I would love for them to go, hubby will even donate a cat flap 🤞

One day in the future there will be cats here again, but not at the moment.  It wouldn't be fair on them or us.  Or the neighbours.  Haven't they grown on you yet?

Back on topic - the lawn doesn't grow and neither do the paths on the allotment.  :)
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: song link ups
« Last post by oldgrunge on Yesterday at 22:01 »
Working Man- Rush
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: Advantages from the hot weather.
« Last post by snowdrops on Yesterday at 21:37 »
The door is open from the moment I get up until it starts to get dark - wonderful. The cat agrees with this, as well!

Ah yes ... I remember when we had cats.  The arguments about closing the back door .. for the night, to stop the moths coming in (have you notice how this isn't really a problem this year?  :unsure:), in the autumn when not as warm.  We agreed on shutting it to keep the rain out!  :lol:

lol, do you want 2 more?  Iíve still got my late motherís 2 that I was unsuccessful in rehoming
P.s Iím not joking I would love for them to go, hubby will even donate a cat flap 🤞
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Growing in Greenhouses & Polytunnels / Re: Net cover for polytunnel
« Last post by mumofstig on Yesterday at 21:36 »
Fed up of using debris netting that falls apart after a season of sunshine. 
Don't know where you are buying your debris netting, if it falls apart in a year? Some of mine is 6 years old and still going strong  :)

Net polytunnel covers here
https://www.firsttunnels.co.uk/polytunnel-coversDetail/fabricated-net-cover-50-density?gclid=CjwKCAjwhLHaBRAGEiwAHCgG3vJhi7QpF0suY4Q-H6NJHChyYvyHO5F_Z1srxpXJh7lWjqotGrouwxoCfR0QAvD_BwE
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