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Yesterday at 13:31:13 by newspud9 | Views: 88 | Comments: 3

I have yellow mildew on the central stems of my small gooseberry bushes (dont know the specific type).  The mould is thickest at the base of the stems.  I was investigating online and the closest I could find was American gooseberry mildew although this seems to be more of a summer-time issue when the bushes have leafed if not fruited.  Any thoughts on diagnosis/treatment.  Many thanks for all the comments.
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February 20, 2019, 10:46:49 by ACE
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My pea seedling have got rather large in the greenhouse even though it is not heated. I transplanted 3 outside last weekend and they don't seemed to have suffered so I put a small row out this morning. It was only a half a pint for 20p out of date ones so I ain't losing much if they fail and plenty of time to re-sow if they do. The weather is supposed to be nice and warm for the next few days so fingers crossed.
February 18, 2019, 15:31:15 by davholla | Views: 304 | Comments: 3

Has anyone tried these?  A good idea or not?
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February 15, 2019, 12:08:46 by nodig
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Well I guess many of us have already invested in buying new seeds, but have you gone for the ones you know best or something different.  I suppose it's a bit like gambling - do you place your money on a plant with reliable past form or do you take a long shot and back one with little form but will outperform the rest of the field according to a tip off.  Bit obscure really, but who's the gambler and who is the one who plays safe on this forum?

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