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Alan4711

Hi all, can anyone advise me on useing wood ash, i have a few buckets of good quality ash and the coming year for the allotment is just  the basic vegetables, i know not to use it on shrubs  but are there any common veg that dont like it im growing spuds,peas,beans,colly,onions,(rhubarb),raddish parsnips etc,any help please,do i dig it in or just top it , good luck

Alan

Dovefromabove

The best wood ash for gardens is obtain from burning twiggy stuff, such as from a garden bonfire or a bonfire to burn up the bits and pieces left after an overgrown hedge has been sorted out.

A lot of people are hopeful that wood ash from wood burners can be used for gardens, but sadly the ash from logs doesn't have as much potash as the ash from twiggy stuff.

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