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Cauliflower conundrum

Posted: 13/09/2014 at 18:16

Please can anyone tell me why my once white cauliflowers have a few pink/purple tinges to the flowers, and are they still edible?

brown patches on broad beans

Posted: 21/08/2014 at 22:23

Thank you  for info,; how do I prevent it next year?

brown patches on broad beans

Posted: 21/08/2014 at 19:32

Can anyone tell me what the brown spots and patches are on my broad bean leaves? Is there any way of preventing this in the future, and what should I do with the current plants?

suckers on tomatoes produced flowers should I cut them off??

Posted: 16/06/2014 at 20:43

Thanks, will just make green tomato chutney [ which is utterly delicious] if they don't ripen.

 

 

suckers on tomatoes produced flowers should I cut them off??

Posted: 16/06/2014 at 19:24

They look like a bush variety to me, no definite main stem. I think I will leave them til they are a bit bigger, just take off the very lowest side shoots with no apparent flowers......should have stayed with Gardeners Delight!

suckers on tomatoes produced flowers should I cut them off??

Posted: 16/06/2014 at 18:50

Does anyone know if I should pinch out the side shoots of Marzano tomatoes? Haven't grown this variety before.......they are doing well in unheated greenhouse. Thanks in advance for any advice. 

worst gardening old wives tales

Posted: 24/03/2014 at 14:30

I was told that it was bad luck to bring snow drops indoors..........anyone know why?

 

moss on allotment beds

Posted: 22/03/2014 at 17:21

Thank you for your help Edd. 

moss on allotment beds

Posted: 22/03/2014 at 11:18

We have beds absolutely covered in moss in our new allotment. Is it ok just to dig it back in? We also use a rotavator occasionally and i was wondering if it might be the cause of the soil becoming compacted, thereby allowing the moss to grow? The beds are well drained but have not been cultivated for 2 years.

mossy beds

Posted: 22/03/2014 at 11:15

We have beds absolutely covered in moss in our new allotment. Is it ok just to dig it back in? We also use a rotavator occasionally and i was wondering if it might be the cause of the soil becoming compacted, thereby allowing the moss to grow? The beds are well drained but have not been cultivated for 2 years.

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