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It’s hard to believe that November and the subsequent winter is galloping up on us! But it’s not time yet for those fireside slippers! Although October was busy, there is still plenty to do - unless you have already stored all the remaining fruit and vegetables and prepared your garden for those winter months.
February already and hopefully spring is not too far away! January gave us some cold weather but in most parts of the country it gave us what we really wanted – much-needed rainfall, to refill our reservoirs and bring much-needed moisture to our dry autumn gardens.
Wash down and clean inside and outside of greenhouses to improve light transmission and dispose of pests & diseases. Wash and clean all your seed trays and pots too. Clear all weeds from the garden – a clean start will pay dividends!
March is with us and lets hope we will have a good, warm start to get out in the garden and get growing!
Soil testing: Just because a garden appears to be doing well doesn’t mean it’s safe or that it can’t be more productive
Wash down and clean inside and outside of greenhouses to improve light transmission and dispose of pests & diseases. Wash and clean all your seed trays and pots too.
A new year and a new beginning to another gardening season! Those of us fortunate enough to have a garden during the Covid period have been so lucky over the last couple of years, enjoying physical and mental exercise and probably gaining a lot of knowledge in the process!