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Hi all. I want to sow some grass seed on an area of my garden which has been very bare, covered in ivy, twigs, stones ect for a long time, its quite shady for about 2/3rds of it too as its under some tall trees and at the back of the garden, its
Been an allotmenteer for 7 months Sowed seeds to close together so is there a dispenser on the market to help or are there any old methods I could try next season to spread out the seeds
Hi Thought I would trying growing some perennials from seed...........but which is the seed and which is the chaff?? Thought sowing was straight forward........ I have just collected some of the seedheads and wondered if I can sow now indoors
biodegradable pots that can be filled with compost for seed sowing. The secret to using is to keep the cardboard moist, otherwise it acts as a wick removing moisture from the compost within. Dry cardboard also prevents seedling roots penetrating. By encouraging
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and parsnips shot into glorious growth, triumphant at having survived the frosts and the cold. I left them to it, I was busy sowing seeds, getting the potatoes chitted and planted, and preparing the beds. Before I knew it, the leeks and a solitary parsnip were
, and the whole lot keels over in a miserable heap, we use the less helpful name of ‘damping off disease’.Damping off disease is a nightmare during spring. As the exciting cycle of seed sowing continues apace, this insidious disease is very much waiting
they form on the female flowers and seeds can be sown now when they are ripe. I'm very tempted, I love these trees, but germination can be poor and when it does happen can take up to two years.I have just braced myself for a long wait by sowing the seed of a
The sowing of large areas. This is done either by scattering seed by hand or mechanically.
1) A narrow furrow in the soil for sowing seed. 2) A row of small plants resulting from sowing seeds in a furrow.