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Today at 08:42:32 by Silkstonephil | Views: 10 | Comments: 3

Hi

Have been asked to identify what this plant might be?

Any ideas please?

Cheers  :happy7:
Digeroo
Yesterday at 05:02:19 by Digeroo
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https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/soil-fertilizers/using-dandelions-as-fertilizer.htm

I use nettles and comfrey.  Has anyone trying dandelions?
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Yesterday at 04:48:05 by Digeroo
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I had a row of purple sprouting about 4 inches high
A row of broccoli about three inches high
Another row of broccoli about four inches
A row of spring cabbage nicely germinated and Russian kale seedlings
Several nasturtiums
They have all disappears.   No stems, nothing apart from the nasturtiums which look as is something burned them.
I looked for them under the nets and there was nothing.
August 13, 2018, 14:06:02 by plot22 | Views: 119 | Comments: 4

I have had an allotment for about 10 years now and I have ups and downs like anyone else but generally have produced enough to feed my family with some to spare. This year my onions have done exceptionally well and I was thinking of exhibiting in the local council show in September. I have looked at YouTube and read about how to prepare the onions but I do not know how to actually exhibit them. Do I put them on a plate or on a plate with silver sand like shallots or just on the bench. I do not suppose for one minute that I will get anywhere but I would like to give it ago. Any advice would be most welcome.

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