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Sow seeds of dwarf and climbing beans in deep pots or cardboard toilet roll tubes filled with compostPlant new asparagus bedsContinue planting potatoes, shallots and onion setsFeed spring cabbage with a high-nitrogen fertiliserRemove forcing jars
heap-any thing that rots down in the soil tends to deplete the nitrogen content.
courses since they started useing nitrogen on the grass the animals eating the grass are now in very good condition all round it seems i know our tarmers use it but anyone know how to use it properly and where to gat it from cheers Best source of Nitrogen
was only watering when the plants needed it Pam x Well, the pale green/yellow can mean nitrogen deficiency but I'm sure you're feeding them and the foliage is lush anyway. Let the mix dry out completely before watering again and see what happens. Will do
it is because of all the rain is that right he asks. Usually a sign of over-manured ground and too much nitrogen i cant see that as it is sandy and free draining and not much nutrients in it at all... this is first year they have done it.. strange. In that case
in my experience. I get big 'uns alongside little 'uns. Are they getting plenty of sun? You could try a nitrogen-based fertiliser but don't overdo it.
competitionFeed cabbages and other brassicas with pelleted chicken manure or another nitrogen-rich fertiliserSpray new leaves of peaches and nectarines with copper fungicide to prevent peach leaf curl Sow seeds of the following crops outside or under cloches
.Deep rooted plants such as buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) bring nutrients from the subsoil, while leguminous manures like clover (Trifolium sp.) carry nodules on their roots, which fix nitrogen in the earth. In spring, a couple of weeks before you start
and mdf/ chipboard or any of those products It's best to mix wood shavings and sawdust with green stuff and compost it before use. The microbes which break down woody matter need nitrogen to do so and will take it from the soil if you dig it in. It's OK
feeding jon cob, I have friends who grow garlic very successfully but they don't do this forum, so I gave their advice as I don't grow it as I'm not that keen on it. I use a high nitrogen liquid feed.