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These comments from Gridgardener...You can't comment on the "bad food" until you have tasted my chutney mate.
Fennel, you don't say what you're growing your greenhouse tomatoes in. It it's growing bags then it's often hard keeping up with the watering on these. Splitting fruit is a clear sign that the compost has been allowed to dry out at some stage.
Some of us unfortunately haven't the room for a greenhouse, I do my best with the use of windowsills to start off , then transfer seedlings to a plastic coldframe in individual pots before placing them in their final positions, I had alot of success last year with Gardeners' Delight - my kids really enjoyed them, I had surplus plants so relatives ended up with my spares, I am trying both sweet olive as it looks so tasty and am also trying a beefsteak purely because I've never had a go.
Everybody has different tastes where their veg is concerned - how about just enjoy the benefits of growing... keep up the good work Adam !!
Shame about your tomatoes but like you I had great salad greens (red and green cut-and-come again), soft fruit (eaten off the bush but now in the freezer)and the best ever broad beans.
Thanks for making me laugh but your talents are wasted on this site. Your acerbic nature obviously needs vital ingestion of manure - but just make sure it's organic.