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  • Snoop Puss
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    ^Yes, and they're a lovely colour too. So clearly very healthy.

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  • cptncrackoff
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    Originally posted by Snoop Puss View Post
    ^Were they productive?
    For the size of the plant.. probably not, although each plant produced around 6-10 cobs it and they were far superior to shop bought bendy things.. it just seemed an awful lot of plant for not a lot of return!?

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  • Snoop Puss
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    ^Were they productive?

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  • cptncrackoff
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    One of the surprises of 2019.. Mini Pop sweet corn, wasn't expecting the plants to grow to 8ft odd..

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  • cptncrackoff
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    Thanks Bren, considering it had no netting or caterpillars picked off it, its doing very well!

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  • Bren In Pots
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    It does look a nice healthy plant.

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  • cptncrackoff
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    I'm also pinning all my hopes on this bendy, wind battered PSB plant, it's just about 4ft tall and looks like it's going to produce more stems than the other 3 plants put together.. so steaked and tied to hopefully get it through to late winter/early spring!

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  • SarrissUK
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    Wow, you're making amazing progress! I'm so impressed Well done!

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  • cptncrackoff
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    ..it really is a best of a bad bunch..

    The pick for me this year.. the parsnips, incredible crop!

    Also, Chilean guava.. very interesting fruits!

    Good crops of strawberries and Tayberry too!

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  • cptncrackoff
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    Good evening!

    I've processed a few photos, all in all not a great year growing wise.. time was limited..AGAIN!!

    New job for me and the other half, the kids and fishing all getting in the way of a successful growing year.. that said, we've had worse! Here's a few from this year..

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  • Snoop Puss
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    Looking good and green, there. Congrats.

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  • Mr Bones
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    Welcome back Cptn

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  • Bren In Pots
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    It does look a productive plot

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  • Jungle Jane
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    Welcome back it has been a long time,I think this year went really fast,what have you been up to on the plot & hows everything going?

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  • cptncrackoff
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    Wow.. I have been away for too long!!

    It's crazy looking back at those early photos, how far its come in those years.

    Also everyone's kind words on the thread!

    I have loads to write and plenty of photos to upload!

    Here's one from this summer..

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