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Patrick Carr Oct 13
had a great day Saturday on a no dig course. Thanks very much food was excellent as well!
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Bimble Garden® 22h
Garlic extravaganza planting today, over 400 cloves of five varieties, first up in the garden farm
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Charles Dowding Oct 8
Beds have been full of plantings since the middle of March, everything here is seconds and the fennel is a third planting after beetroot then cucumber, harvests so far are 82kg (nearest) and 70kg dig bed both 5sq.m and same compost, beyond are onions for spring
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Prime Horizontal 12h
The lead up to the 2019 did not disappoint. The atmosphere was buzzing with excitement and drew in a larger crowd than ever! would like to thank you for your visit! Click for vid:
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Farmer Jesse Oct 14
Maybe it’s something about being a parent and hoping my kids want to run the farm one day, but I really loved this interview with Oxton Organics on their 30+ year organic farm. Such a cool family operation.
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DeToutCoeurLimousin 5h
Freshly picked chard from our vegetable garden. Roughly chopped and gently stir fried with a handful of our super sweet cherry tomatoes, Himalayan salt and pepper. Simple, fresh and delicious. 🌿🍅
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RiCh! Oct 12
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MI Lake Home Garden Oct 13
Spreading home made compost on the veg bed. Thus ends my 2019 gardening. It was a great year!
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Jonty Brunyee Oct 12
Our first planting is underway....exciting!!
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Organic Blooms Oct 14
It’s going to be a polytunnel sort of week, re-jigging the beds ready to plant ranunculus and anemones
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Perma-Liner Ind Oct 14
There are three days left to sign up for AP/M Permaform's FREE webinar titled Trenchless Underground Asset Rehabilitation. Sign up today and give a follow!
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Picote Solutions Oct 14
Picote offer a huge range of CIPP Lining Tools. Ask your Reseller
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Radnorshire Gardener Oct 11
1st year doing Difficult to tell whether it’s made a difference to the veg (it’s been a funny year, but definitely a good year for brassicas), the soil is undoubtedly much more crumbly. Just started to apply a thick mulch of garden compost to empty beds
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Stephanie Hafferty Oct 7
What a nice surprise, our book No Dig Organic Home and Garden is #1 in Perennial Gardening on Amazon. The book gives great advice for growing annual & perennial edible plants and more
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Mark Webb Oct 13
Charles, nodig seems to be working 😀. Filderkraut cabbage harvested yesterday weighing in at 20lbs. .
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Food Durham Oct 11
Another reason to recycle our food waste, make and adopt gardening methods!
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Scanprobe Ltd Oct 10
It was little over a year ago when the made its way onto the scene, launched at Live, so we've taken a nostalgic look into how it came to be, and the thought process that has helped to develop our flexible camera system
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Perma-Liner Ind Oct 11
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Bimble Garden® 24h
🌞Warm sunshine on my back as I planted over 400 cloves of; Music, Russian Red, Metechi, German Red Rocambole and Elephant garlic. Have you planted yours yet?
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Ruth Hecht Oct 13
One of this year’s success stories... a whole jar of beans 😊
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