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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

  • 17 Oct - lindsayshand
    what can i use to set my tomatoes to fruit
    in Tomato
  • 14 Oct - anon
    Happens quite a bit here. The wind will blow the plant over, so that is the direction it grows in mainly.
    in Zucchini
  • 14 Oct - anon
    If they have very big leafy tops you are over fertilising BIG TIME. Plant radish after a leafy crop so that a lot of the N has been used. My experience is to grow radish into winter -sub tropical.
    in Radish
  • 11 Oct - Danny
    why are my radish going to seed? Have very big top and no radish.. have done for about 3 years .
    in Radish
  • 11 Oct - anonymous
    Seeds like peas, beans, corn etc need to be planted in damp soil and then not watered for 3-4-5 days. If hot put some shade over them until they germinate. July and August are probably the worst m...
    in Snow Peas
  • 10 Oct - Liz
    If you have used seeds from the same packet each time, it might be the seeds. Try a different brand. Egmont seeds seem pretty reliable and have an on-line catalogue.
    in Snow Peas
  • 10 Oct - Thorsten Stanley
    Planted snow peas 3 times in same place starting in July then August then September. Apart from an occasional plant nothing has come up. Peas grew fine there previous years and peas of same make g...
    in Snow Peas

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