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  1. Posting seedlings

    by , 17-06-2009 at 11:49 AM
    I thought I'd share with y'all how I posted some of my chilli seedlings to a couple of the other board members. I didn't want to buy any cusom seedling holders so I thought I'd go all Blue Peter with what I had lying around the office.

    What you need:
    1) Sticky-back plastic (obviously)
    2) Some OHP acetate sheets (I had some coloured ones left over)
    3) Cling film
    4) Sandwich bag ties

    1: Prepare your seedlings
    Water beforehand, and prick ...
  2. What I'm Growing

    by , 17-06-2009 at 10:24 AM
    I thought I'd post a picture of the immense amount of veg I've managed to fit into my little chicken-proof area of the patio:

    So, we have:
    1: Saxon potatoes
    2: Orla potatoes
    3: Onions (mixed red and white)
    4: Dunluce potatoes
    5: San Marzano tomatoes
    6: Ferline tomatoes
    7: Fantasio tomatoes
    8: Cambridge Favorite and honeoye strawberries
    9: Black Enorma ...
  3. Courgettes

    by , 16-06-2009 at 07:39 AM

    I have grown 2 courgette plants in containers from seed and they seemed to be doing really well until about a week ago.
    Several flowers opened up (and looked really lovely), but have then subsequently died and fell off.
    At first I thought it was some heavy rain that caused the flowers to stick together and not open up again, but it's happening to other flowers as well.
    All I can put it down to is that, although we're having some really nice days, we're also ...
  4. A quick test

    by , 15-06-2009 at 01:10 PM
    Just seeing how it all works
  5. organic wood preservative

    by , 15-06-2009 at 08:53 AM
    Hi, hoping someone can help, I have been told that an article recently appeared in Grow Your Own magazine on how to make your own organic wood preservative, apparently the May 2009 issue, has anyone read this and if so do they have the recipe or description of how to make this, the article was I think by Andi Cleveley.