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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of lettuce.

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Sow indoors from Feb

Sow outdoors from March

Sow in Aug and cover from Sept

Sow in a greenhouse from Oct

Sow every 10-14days, thinly, 1cm deep in rows 30cm apart.

Sow 1 row, once a week

Add a little compost mulch before sowing

Thin seedlings when they’re about 2.5cm high and continue until plants are 30cm apart.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of beetroot.


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Sow: Mid-March - July

Spacing: 2 seeds at 10cm intervals (stations), 2.5cm deep, rows 30cm apart.

Sow at fortnightly intervals 

Mulch of compost, or compost incorporated before sowing.

When seedlings are 2.5cm big, thin out to the strongest seedling per station.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of leeks.

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Plants keep in the ground over winter. Lift when needed.

Harvest from August - February, 30-45 weeks after sowing.

Lift when needed.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of courgettes.

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Harvest when fruits are small. 

Can be jarred in oil or frozen.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of winter cabbage

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Sow April/May in a seed bed 

Plant out: June/July when plants have 5-6 true leaves, in their final spacings of 30-45cm between plants and rows. 

Feed with a high nitrogen fertiliser when the plant is at medium growth.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of brussel sprouts

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Harvest Early crop: August-October

Sown outside: November - March

Pick as and when needed

Will keep in the fridge for a while, but best picked as and when needed. Freeze anything that’s left over.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of carrots.

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Harvest 12-16 weeks after sowing - growing larger veg will come at a loss to their flavour.

Keep in the fridge, and will freeze, but best to continually sow as you can get a crop nearly all year around.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of onions.

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Harvest: Lift as and when needed.

In September, lift what is left for storage when tops have died down.

Lay in the sun for 2 weeks it a greenhouse or very warm place. Outer skin cures and protects the bulb. Store in a cool, dark and dry place.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of early potatoes.

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Sow: mid-March

Spacing: Plants: 30cm apart

               Rows: 60cm apart

Dig a trench 15-20cm deep, potato rose end upwards

Compost in the bottom of the trench

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of main crop potatoes.

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Harvest: September - Plant has died back

Dry the skins in the sun, store in a hessian sack, in a cool, dry place.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of runner beans.

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Harvest: Little and often. If you stop picking, the plants stop producing.

Store in the freezer.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of radish.

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Fast growing plants, if bed is weed free then should be much of a problem.

Water when the soil is dry, in the morning is best so as not to attract night time slug activity.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of lettuce.

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Sow indoors from Feb

Sow outdoors from March

Sow in Aug and cover from Sept

Sow in a greenhouse from Oct

Sow every 10-14days, thinly, 1cm deep in rows 30cm apart.

Sow 1 row, once a week

Add a little compost mulch before sowing

Thin seedlings when they’re about 2.5cm high and continue until plants are 30cm apart.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of beetroot.


A:

Sow: Mid-March - July

Spacing: 2 seeds at 10cm intervals (stations), 2.5cm deep, rows 30cm apart.

Sow at fortnightly intervals 

Mulch of compost, or compost incorporated before sowing.

When seedlings are 2.5cm big, thin out to the strongest seedling per station.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of leeks.

A:

Plants keep in the ground over winter. Lift when needed.

Harvest from August - February, 30-45 weeks after sowing.

Lift when needed.

Q:

Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of courgettes.

A:

Harvest when fruits are small. 

Can be jarred in oil or frozen.

Q:

Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of winter cabbage

A:

Sow April/May in a seed bed 

Plant out: June/July when plants have 5-6 true leaves, in their final spacings of 30-45cm between plants and rows. 

Feed with a high nitrogen fertiliser when the plant is at medium growth.

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Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of brussel sprouts

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Harvest Early crop: August-October

Sown outside: November - March

Pick as and when needed

Will keep in the fridge for a while, but best picked as and when needed. Freeze anything that’s left over.

Q:

Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of carrots.

A:

Harvest 12-16 weeks after sowing - growing larger veg will come at a loss to their flavour.

Keep in the fridge, and will freeze, but best to continually sow as you can get a crop nearly all year around.

Q:

Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of onions.

A:

Harvest: Lift as and when needed.

In September, lift what is left for storage when tops have died down.

Lay in the sun for 2 weeks it a greenhouse or very warm place. Outer skin cures and protects the bulb. Store in a cool, dark and dry place.

Q:

Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of early potatoes.

A:

Sow: mid-March

Spacing: Plants: 30cm apart

               Rows: 60cm apart

Dig a trench 15-20cm deep, potato rose end upwards

Compost in the bottom of the trench

Q:

Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of main crop potatoes.

A:

Harvest: September - Plant has died back

Dry the skins in the sun, store in a hessian sack, in a cool, dry place.

Q:

Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of runner beans.

A:

Harvest: Little and often. If you stop picking, the plants stop producing.

Store in the freezer.

Q:

Sowing, planting, spacing, thinning, feeding, weed control, crop support, irrigation, harvest and storage of radish.

A:

Fast growing plants, if bed is weed free then should be much of a problem.

Water when the soil is dry, in the morning is best so as not to attract night time slug activity.

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