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    Default Black Friday gardening offers

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    I also got the DT Brown email, so ordered my potato seeds. sorted!
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    Thanks VC, spuds ordered
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    Anyone used the Volcanic rock before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnie View Post
    Anyone used the Volcanic rock before?
    I mixed some in with my tomato compost this year, hoping to increase the flavour.

    Not a scientific test, but didn't seem to make any difference.

    Mind you that was the BandQ version; not as dusty as I would like, quite a few bigger bits in it. It'll take a few million years to get the nutrients out of those lumps!
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    HALF PRICE Autumn Planting Onions, Shallots and Garlics!

    Half price onion & garlic sets from Marshalls
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