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Yesterday at 15:46:12 by brownthumb2 | Views: 92 | Comments: 4

 Advice please I am a member of a face book allotment club  One of the more experienced members said that currant bushes could be cut down to ground level with out destroying the bush and they would produce fruit again in two or three years is that correct  ? was thinking about sacrificing those years fruit  to enable me to put card board down as a munch around the stems that's left with wood chipping on top  to anchor the card down  Good idea or not ?
Yesterday at 06:54:27 by galina | Views: 62 | Comments: 7

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Happy Birthday, GrannyJanny, enjoy a fabulous day!

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And Birthday Greetings to you Melbourne12, hope they are all spoiling you today!

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Celebrate your Special Day, Johhnyco15, with all the trimmings!

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November 19, 2017, 18:43:50 by squeezyjohn | Views: 179 | Comments: 13

Just had my first (absolutely delicious) meal of jerusalem artichokes for absolutely ages.

Wish me luck!  :tongue3:
November 18, 2017, 18:41:06 by andrea66 | Views: 105 | Comments: 3

Hello I have had my strawberry bed for three years now and they crop well. I have been informed that I should create a new one as they could become diseased ?? Can anyone please advise and if I do have to do a new bed do I have to buy new plants or just transplant the ones I have ?? Many thanks.

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