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It maxed out at 28C here, mainly because we kept the strong breeze all day, so not too bad  8)
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: WORDLE
« Last post by mumofstig on Today at 19:13 »
Another Phew!! Can I blame it on the heat  :nowink:
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Another mild day here today. We had a good, useful rain after walking the dog this morning. I had a little office work and a virtual meeting during the rain, both productive. 

Now it's early afternoon, sunny and a pleasant 28 C. Good weather for potting on some cucumber and summer squash seedlings I'm going to try growing through the fall.  I'm still looking for a planting scheme to get some summer squash and cucumber production without damage from squash vine borers and pickle worms!  ::)
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: Supermarket
« Last post by GraciesGran on Today at 18:02 »
How stupid can people be? 

There are times I know I have fallen into an alternative universe
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Very hot here inside & out. Hereís a screenshot from my new thermometer for today. The drop is from when I brought the thermometer back inside.
It did reach 38.4c but it had ended up in the sun :wub:
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: WORDLE
« Last post by Growster... on Today at 17:48 »
Same here Mrs Pea!
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31.4C now, and still on a rising trend according to the local weather station.  :ohmy:

Just about the same upstairs indoors even with all windows, curtains and blinds closed - am really not looking forward to bedtime tonight!  :nowink:

Groundhog day - almost to the exact decimal place (inside and out. :()
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Chatting on the Plot / Re: WORDLE
« Last post by MrsPea on Today at 15:06 »
Got it in 4 today ' Hot and Tied '
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New Across The Site / Re: What I did last week
« Last post by snowdrops on Today at 13:54 »
Thanks John, shame they are plastic again & I feel that about my twine too, but Iím hoping with care it will last a while though
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New Across The Site / Re: What I did last week
« Last post by John on Today at 13:45 »
Hi a busy week for you, bet you could have done without the drains issue.
I was fortunate to be in the right place at the right time last year when someone donated a huge roll of baler twine to the garden club & a donation of cash secured it for me  :lol:. What clips do you use for your tomatoes please as I Ďjustí wind them around the string, but they do snap occasionally in doing so!
I'm afraid the drains are very prone to blockage - but the cost of replacing them .....

Yes, I got fed up of snapping the leader by accident. My first lot of clips were good quality and last for at least 4 seasons mainly. Now all I seem able to get are the cheaper ones and 2 seasons is doing well for them. There are biodegradable clips but minimum was 500 :(
These are the beasties  - shop about to save a few pennies
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/394061972286?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=8-5luqhfrqq&sssrc=2047675&ssuid=6PBO-wqMQ0W&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY
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