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johhnyco15

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green house full up!!
« on: March 20, 2019, 13:37:04 »
my greenhouses are filling up fast these are just brassicas and lettuce the other two are full of tomato plants and still have another 200 or so to prick out  :tongue3:
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green house full up!!
« on: March 20, 2019, 13:37:04 »

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Re: green house full up!!
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2019, 14:05:12 »
Looking nice there.
I'm a bit late with stuff as I have been away for a few days but I have just sown a load of toms, tomatillos and a few other bits and bobs.  Pricked out a few earlier sowings but yet to get stuck into the brassicas.

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Re: green house full up!!
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2019, 15:31:45 »
A right assembly line you have there Johnny.

Despite not having an Allotment I have quite a bit of stuff on the go as well.

The 8x6 is full of cuttings/divisions of plants I dug up last autumn in preparation for the new part edible garden I am developing.

Many of these will be planted out once the spring bulb show is over.

I didn't want to plant them last autumn for the simple reason I did not know where my spring bulbs were situated. If I had tried planting them out last autumn sods law says I would have placed my transplants on top of the bulbs, now I won't!

Any stuff I have left over will most likely land up in my Son & Daughters garden.

The 10 x 8 is heated hence all my seedlings being in this one!

Plus my containerised Garlic experiment seems to be progressing OK!

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Re: green house full up!!
« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2019, 17:22:46 »
looking good tg i have no heat in any of my greenhouses  as being on the sunshine coast  its the temprature swing thats challenging thats why i try to keep most of the seedlings in the big one  however one of my 6x6 is bubble rapped and i have plastic greenhouses inside to keep tender plants ie tomotoes and chillis /peppers etc   its all go at the mo                         
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