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Beans - broad beans, fava beans (also Fava bean) Sow seed
Cabbage Sow seed
Garlic Plant cloves
Shallots (also Eschalots) Sow seed
Spinach (also English spinach) Sow seed
Turnip Sow seed

Planning for October

Garlic Plant cloves

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Recent Comments

  • 19 Sep - Eddy
    Can they grow on canterbury christchurch
    in Sweet Potato
  • 19 Sep - Bess
    Is it advisable to pinch out the growing tips to stop the plants from getting too big? Thanks!
    in Zucchini
  • 19 Sep - Mike
    True shallots grow as a clump of up to 12-20 bulbs and when developed are purple skinned. If you keep some of these from one year to the next, all you need to do is plant 2-3 bulbs together and sp...
    in Shallots
  • 19 Sep - Mike
    If the compost wasn't completely broken down it would take N from the soil to break it down. Very little left for the beetroot. On the other hand heaps of good compost and soil could be too rich. ...
    in Beetroot
  • 19 Sep - Mike
    I'm sub tropical Australia - Bundaberg Qld. I grown beetroot from March to Sept. Too hot to grow in summer - need a lot of watering. I plant March and May. Temps from May-Aug day 23 to 30 and nigh...
    in Beetroot
  • 19 Sep - Mike
    Try to grow after a previous crop that has reduced the N. Also apply a bit of P.
    in Beetroot
  • 17 Sep - Mike
    Read the notes here about when to plant, how long it takes from planting to harvest. Probably can grow in most places. Animals if hungry will probably eat them. How big the flower grows will depen...
    in Sunflower

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