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Yesterday at 18:25:28 by WAM | Views: 79 | Comments: 2
I am writing on behalf of Worthing Allotment Management, who started self-management on one of the local sites in October 2013 and are encouraging more sites to join us in 2015.
A number of our tenants have been working away to clear undergrowth, trim or remove dead trees etc. This has involved them in using equipment such as large rotavators, brush cutters chain saws etc which we provided. Obviously we have the basic RHS/NFU insurance, but as we progress with the work we are constantly concerned at how much training we ought to provide for members of the working parties, and whether we even need some kind of formal certification. Opinions vary and we are aware that other self-management groups are ahead of us in the evolutionary process, so I am writing to ask whether any of you have already resolved this issue and could advise us of your solution so we can follow your lead.
October 28, 2014, 19:03:30 by clumsy | Views: 211 | Comments: 4
I've got some very fresh horse manure can I steep the manure straight into a water butt and leave it till spring? Plus can I also do that with hops?
October 28, 2014, 17:27:13 by Tee Gee
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Looks like I am in for a good crop of leeks this year as you can see here;
Been trying for a number of years to find a variety that works for me and this seems to be it.
It is named 'Oarsman'
October 28, 2014, 07:55:47 by ACE
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Not nice is it. I don't think I have felt so rough before . Went to bed and woke up two hours later, sweating shaking, aching and yelling down the big white telephone. Made it through the night only to find I could not walk and my leg was twice its normal size. Hopefully the anti wotsits will clear it up, if not into the hospital for some serious injections if it spreads past the lines drawn on my leg.
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