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What to do with your Spent and Used Compost

Towards the end of the growing season, you may be faced with the dilemma of what to do with all the old spent used compost from your plant containers and ...

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Grow your Usual Vegetables in Unusual Colours!

Did you know that you can now grow many of your favorite vegetables in really weird and wonderful colors? We all tend to expect our carrots to be orange, our ...

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Good Reasons to Mulch Your Vegetable Allotment and What to Use

When you decide to grow your vegetables (or other plants) organically, you will immediately be faced with one major problem, how to control weeds without using ...

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How to Make Plant Food from Stinging Nettles!

One of the most annoying weeds in the garden is the common stinging nettle. If you have ever been unlucky enough to be stung by one of these, you'll testify to ...

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How to Store / Storing your Carrot Crop over Winter

 As winter approaches you probably still have a number of carrots in the ground that you will want to store for use over the winter months if they aren’t going ...

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How to Store / Storing your Potatoes and Potato Crop over the Winter

So it’s got to the Autumn and you are finally digging the last of your main crop and late potatoes with a view to storing them for Winter use. The next ...

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How to Store /Storing Your Onions and Shallots over the Winter

The Winter is on its way and no doubt the vegetable gardeners amongst you have onions and shallots that you would like to store for Winter use. I am going to ...

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How to Grow / Growing Long Carrots for Exhibition and Show

For those of you who think all there is to grow a long exhibition carrot is to dig a bit of land and stick a few seeds in the ground, think again. There is a ...

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How to Grow / Growing Mung Bean Sprouts at Home for Profit

Most of us know ‘Mung Beans’ better as ‘Bean Sprouts’. In other words those delicious crunchy sprouts we either use in stir frys, or alternatively in ...

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How to Grow Salad Cress at Home for Profit

One of the easiest crops to grow, even if you don’t have a garden at all, is Mustard and Cress. These rapidly growing edible shoots are great in salads, ...

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