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Grow Your Own / Re: Best compost for seeds?
« Last post by ghost61 on Today at 06:55 »
I usually use Verve as well, but bought some this week and it's awful - full of large gravel and big twigs etc.  Thinking of taking it back as its not good for seed sowing imo.

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Grow Your Own / Re: Onions from seed - 2018
« Last post by LILLILEAF on Today at 05:42 »
I did onions from seed for the first time last year,fantastic results ailsa craig were bigger than inon sets,i now will only grow them from seed,they are brilliant storing onions to great alrounder :)
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Grow Your Own / Re: Have you ordered your seed spuds yet?
« Last post by mjg000 on Yesterday at 22:37 »
Have just placed my order from the Scottish supplier, don't know why, except I've always done it and then topped up from our allotment shop if necessary.  2kg each of Red Duke of York, Charlotte and Kestral.  I too enjoy the feeling of Spring coming if I have onion seeds starting and potatoes chitting....
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: song link ups
« Last post by madcat on Yesterday at 22:00 »
Teenage Kicks - The Undertones
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Grow Your Own / Re: Onions from seed - 2018
« Last post by love-my-plot on Yesterday at 21:59 »
I sowed Ailsa Craig and Red Baron on 7th Jan... spare room, windowsill above radiator. Ailsa craig coming through but no sign of the reds yet. First time doing onion from seed..the new polytunnel isnt up yet so only have a mini plastic greenhouse till then...can I move them outside to that? It currently has various brassica I germinated indoors a week ago then moved them straight out. They seem to be growing well....but as I say, 1st time doing onions from seed so not sure about them.
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Clear, cold and calm. Got a nice of the stars tonight  :)
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Grow Your Own / Re: early cabbage
« Last post by Plot 1 Problems on Yesterday at 19:36 »
Last year I sowed some Primo at the start of February, kept under cover until I planted out at the end of March.
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Grow Your Own / Re: early cabbage
« Last post by mumofstig on Yesterday at 19:14 »
I sow my Hispi in mid-Feb and they stay in the greenhouse til mid march and then go under debris netting, which I suppose also gives some protection.
T&M suggests a Jan sowing is possible though
https://www.thompson-morgan.com/p/cabbage-hispi-f1-hybrid-summer/326TM
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Chicken Chat / Bird Flu
« Last post by spottymint on Yesterday at 19:04 »
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: song link ups
« Last post by Aidy on Yesterday at 18:54 »
Do I detect a Toy Dolls fan?   :D

One of the great punk bands, love their humour....

Teenager In Love-The Toy Dolls
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