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Tomato Blight

Posted: 19/11/2014 at 08:57

Or, depending on the depth of the soil, turn over the topsoil and bury the spores. They can't do any harm underground.

Indoor pepper Plants - Winter Care

Posted: 12/11/2014 at 07:26

On balance, not worth the effort, NewBoy. They would need serious light and warmth just to maintain them with no real guarantee of decent results. Better to start again next year via either seeds or seedlings.

Tomatoes

Posted: 08/11/2014 at 07:10

Morning. Pfffffffffft. Slept in every morning while our hosts got up early and bicycled to the beach. Silly people. Very nice people, but silly.

Tomatoes

Posted: 08/11/2014 at 06:52

We spent five days with French friends in Hossegor in August. Very mild weather.

Tomatoes

Posted: 07/11/2014 at 18:04

Cheers, KEF. Still very mild here for this time of year. We've had the mildest and wettest spring and summer that anyone can remember. Floods north of us this week and even in Rome. Something strange is going on ...

Tomatoes

Posted: 07/11/2014 at 17:36

Tigerella can be prone to splitting, yes.

Greenhouse

Posted: 24/10/2014 at 17:46

Yes, it's temperature. 

Tomberries

Posted: 22/10/2014 at 14:48

Dried and stored properly - eg, in an envelope, at a stable temperature - they will last for a decade. I'm okay for seeds for a while, thanks for the offfer.

Tomberries

Posted: 22/10/2014 at 08:30

I'd never heard of them. Google says they're a proprietary brand which usually means they're hybrids so wouldn't grow true to type. I'd imagine they've been developed from currant varieties, small cherries. On the other hand, some people are reporting that they do grow true to type. Where are they on the Robinsons site, Angela?

Green tomatoes

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 17:20

Green-when-ripe varieties are popular in the US, too. The Cherokee varieties - Purple and Chocolate - have a sister, Cherokee Green. Delicious. There are many others, including cherries. The only trick is judging the ripeness. You have to work by feel.

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