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Today at 09:47:16 by ACE
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What are you planting now? Ah, if I told you I would have to kill you. :toothy10: Off she went muttering about unsociable people.
Today at 07:45:08 by Tralfamadorean | Views: 27 | Comments: 1

Although I planted my shallot sets in the usual manner this year they are acting as though they are ready for harvest early (leaves have withered and lay flat to the ground). Indeed one or two have produced reasonable bulbs. The majority however have proceed nothing. There is no sign of rust or other attacks. Flummoxed!! Any ideas???

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June 18, 2018, 14:52:30 by Tralfamadorean | Views: 145 | Comments: 4

I plant my greenhouse grown sweetcorn plants through black fleece (in order to avoid disturbing the adventitious root through weeding). This year they have  been dug up and left over the planting hole. We suffer from badger damage but this is far too delicate for Mr Badger. It appears to be far too violent for birds - we have the usual population including crows, ravens, red kites and buzzards. Unlikely to be rats, mice or squirrels because the seed is left behind. I have got the wildlife cam out but nothing captured so far. Anyone have any idea what can be responsible for this vandalism. I will post again if I discover the source.

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AnnieD
June 18, 2018, 14:11:48 by AnnieD
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I inherited a currant bush with my allotment.  Last year it didn't fruit (think I pruned it too hard). This year it has LOADS of berries and they are turning purple so I would guess they are blackcurrants?  Never been fond of them to eat as is, so any suggestions for what I can do wit them? Thanks 

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