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Yesterday at 13:00:57 by newspud9 | Views: 71 | Comments: 2

My "questions asked" to "suggestions offered" ratio on this forum is appalling so here's an attempt to redress things.  After endless moaning about trying to break up my clay-based soil no matter how much compost/manure I added, I cashed in my pension to get an 18v cordless tiller. It's probably one of the smallest on the market but its performance was excellent after the sun baked solid parts of the plot the other week, it even broke up easily parts that have been compacted solid for years.  40 minutes on one charge and I reckon it will take no more than a few days to get the whole plot done nicely... compared to the never-ending struggle of boulder breaking with a fork and bag after bag of soil improver.  I'd always been wary of the cheaper end garden gadgets (burnt before), but as they say, if only I'd found this 15 years ago. Thoroughly recommended toy for the plot.
Yesterday at 11:18:46 by ACE
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Stoptober, sober October, Movember, not for me but who wants to sponsor me to eat triangular swiss chocolate every day in Octoblerone.
Yesterday at 10:42:47 by AnnieD
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I planted some black radish (white flesh) because it said they would grow over winter, they are now becoming massive.  I've grated them up into coleslaw, I've cut them into sticks and used in a stir fry. Any other ideas?
Yesterday at 09:18:01 by daveyboi
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The Subject is VEGETABLES

A very wide ranging subject so please get creative  :toothy10: :toothy10:

You can submit two entries BUT please let me know which is the one you would like me to use if we get plenty of entries

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I think that 10pm on October the 10th will be closing date for entries

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The winner can decide the subject for the Christmas Charity Competition which I will run again this year


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