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Dare I say.

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 21:07
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Can't help with clamping, unless it's the gripping type. No good at pickling either unless it's to do with the alcoholic type. Hic

Have you been reading 50 shades of grey?^

Mystery Tomatoes

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 19:17

Have you given them some tomato feed, they are usually much the same all the way up, but whatever you get, its a great acheivement when you go out there and pick some.

Just got to hope the hot weather will last a bit longer, they will ripen soon. Dont take them off to quickly or the skins and core may be hard, they will give way very easily when they are ready.

Dare I say.

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 19:00

Of course that is what he thinks, they are called Flame Baiters on other forums. This forum is new to him, lets play the game, he will run out of forums soon. 

We had this before, it all ended in tears, 

Best ways of preserving beetroot

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 18:44

I keep them in the fridge until I have few, then cook them and open freeze. None of us like vinigar so I dont pickle.

Garden and Gardeners World back issues

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 18:34

I keep all mine and the Amateur garde

ner, they just seem

 too good to throw away, and I like to get a previous years mag and compere to this years.

I havent subscribed this year to GW as I cant aford to buy it and my Tesco vouchers all went on my RAC subscription.

Oh Thank You Neighbour!

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 17:14

Thats beautiful, all I get is weed seeds blowing in from the field.

Dare I say.

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 17:10

And very good experiences too Frank.

Dont worry about Mike, he will read each and every post, then at the midnight hour, he will post another.

Its formng a pattern in the hopes someone will get abusive, he will make his farewell blog for the third time, someone will take pity and off we go again.

I have read all this on another forum, where he now has 8 unanswered threads.

Dare I say.

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 14:30

Lovely big kitchen, you could prepare your glut of runner beans in there!


Posted: 30/07/2014 at 11:04

You need to give them lots of water and deadhead regularly

I deadhead every day sometimes twice if I have the time. A weekly feed of tomato food helps, but definitely, loads of water

Pinch out the middle of the plants befor you put them in the basket, makes for a bushier plant, to late now, but for next year.

 And loads of deadheading as soon as the flower starts to droop

Runner Beans

Posted: 30/07/2014 at 09:25

I agree there David, I take off the first flowers anyway, because they are usually no good and that gives the plant chance to strengthen up.

Is it only me that nips out the middle to make a double shoot, my dads advice, says all the old gardeners used to do it. It does seem to make stronger shoots, I dont know, I only take his advice and do it!

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