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Bright and sunny, no clouds and a mild breeze.   Mrs Bouquet
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Grow Your Own / Re: Tethering a Polytunnel?
« Last post by DHM on Today at 11:45 »
Now I'm hearing it WAS a zip-up but someone added a door... sounds like a laugh...

Current train of thought is put it on the tomato/pepper bed then move it each year with the rotation. Would mean losing some growing space, but if I had blight issues like this year it would help halt the spread to the potatoes perhaps...
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: Accolade!
« Last post by New shoot on Today at 11:04 »
Well done Sunny and Mr Sunny  :D

I am lucky in that I get to visit Sunny's 2 plots and can vouch for the fact that they are very, very lovely.  Full of produce and cutting beds of flowers :D
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: What's for tea? 2018
« Last post by New shoot on Today at 11:01 »
Not sure exactly what except it will feature sweet potatoes as I have some to use and plot greens.  Hmmmm a plot for veggie curry slowly forms as I have just remembered there is yogurt in the fridge and naan in the cupboard  :D
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The Hen House / Re: Broody hen
« Last post by New shoot on Today at 10:50 »
Have you got a dog crate Frizzle or can you borrow one?  These are really useful for broody hens as you can put them up on bricks so there is a breeze running under them and they are not tempted to sit.

2 months is a long time for a hen to be broody and a moult on top will be putting a big drain on her.
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: Library charges...
« Last post by mrs bouquet on Today at 10:46 »
I take out 6 or 7 books every couple of weeks.  I have found that if you order large print it is free, but otherwise you have to pay.   It is the same with overdue fines.  Mrs Bouquet
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Welcome to the forum :)
It's disappointing but the green mesh polytunnel covers do degrade after a year or two. You can buy identical replacement covers on ebay or cover with proper polytunnel plastic which lasts for 5 years plus. It's more of a job to cut/fix sheets but the results are better.

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Chatting on the Plot / Jokes
« Last post by mrs bouquet on Today at 10:42 »
Its coming up to WI and in one week, I need a couple of Jokes please.   They liked the penguin one, and so did my grandchildren, she walked about with a fluffy penguin under her arm, telling the joke  :lol: Mrs Bouquet
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holes in poly tunnel     hundreds of bits of plastic over the floor
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: Accolade!
« Last post by mrs bouquet on Today at 10:39 »
Congrats from me as well.  What a way to end your summer - drinks on you then  :D  Mrs Bouquet
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