Frances Tophill is passionate about growing delicious vegetables and herbs in ways that save time, reduce effort, and produce maximum sized harvests. Alongside the typical varieties, she also grows unusual and perennials vegetables for easy results and even makes the most of the weeds that grow on her plot.
In this podcast episode, she shares advice on how to make your own organic plant feed, deal with pest and disease and everything else you need to know to achieve success growing veg in a modern, sustainable way.
Listen now to this brilliant discussion between Frances Tophill and Miranda Janatka, senior content creator at BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine:
Catch up on the first two series of the BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine Podcast:
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- How to grow herbs
- Biological control in the home garden
- No-dig gardening guide
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- How to grow and cook yacon
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