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Slugs and Snails

Posted: 29/05/2012 at 14:02
Thanks Jenny will give it a try because the paste in the pot is getting to become watery......no stick.

Slugs and Snails

Posted: 28/05/2012 at 08:10
Slugs and snails I have got you beaten in this dry weather .How to keep them off of my plants in pots ,just done some wall papering had some solvat paste over put some around the bottom of the pots flicked the slug pellets onto it like pebble dashing they stick, It drys the pellets stay where they are. What if it rains you might ask, well the pellets will just drop around the bottom of the pot still keeping them at bay.

Talkback: Broad beans

Posted: 08/05/2012 at 20:24
Hi Kate, I was the same as you when I first took over my plot wanted to plant every thing at once so I planted broad beans . What do you mean special broad beans there all the same [twit] when the first frost came so did the death of my broad beans. Now I know the differance Super Aquaduice Winter Broad Bean,planted 65 beans in Oct/Nov had about 20lb ready for the freezer, that was 2010.This year planted two packets approx 140 beans they stand about 2/3ft high plant in the late time of the year beat the black fly. Remember when you walk down your line of peas and you pick one open it and pop them in your mouth remember YOU DID IT THE DIDN'T.

Talkback: Controlling weeds

Posted: 08/05/2012 at 19:53
Hi Vikki, great idea with the grass cuttings we used to have a old guy who put his cuttings on and around the potato's one to keep weeds down the other to cover up potato's to high up in the soil stop them going green .

Talkback: Controlling weeds

Posted: 08/05/2012 at 19:47
Hi Adam ,Tony from Tolworth Surrey I like the rain that we have just had because as it finishes I go out and weed ,the rain makes it so easy unlike dry weather the soil holds onto the roots but after a good soaking they just slip out and there is always Robin waiting for the worms such a hard life init.

Talkback: How to take summer cuttings

Posted: 24/11/2011 at 15:29
I would like to know if I can take cuttings from wall flowers.Because I have just spent 2hours taking off the side shoots from some old plants that were just forming seed pods.Half I put in small pots after dipping in rooting powder ,the other lot are sitting in jam jars with water ??????????????? will any thing happen or not
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