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Hi Blackdog, I think you may have potatoe blight. I had that problem last year and lost all my potatoes. I am going to give them one final try next year
I have planted taties for 7 years now in small plastic bags with holes punched in them.If I plant on the allotment I cover the area with black plastic e.g. weed cover.Then wheelbarrow, compost + 10-20% manure (well rotted)Approx 2 handfulls chicken pellets, good mix then fill half bag plant potato, when showing 1-2 inch fill rest of bag, same mix.I have won shows with these potatoes they are so clean. I will never grow my 1st earlies any other way.
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Can anyone advise please, the fruit on my single plum tree (plentiful this year) keep on going rotten. They seem to have what looks like grains of brown sand all over them. I would be grateful if anyone could identify the problem and give any solutions please. thanks in anticipation Simmo

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