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This weeks news letter is again all about the Christmas Deliveries.
And we wish everyone a happy Christmas.
With Christmas deliveries fast approaching, we are keeping the next two blogs nice and simple and only putting in what, and when the deliveries will be.
Over the last few newsletters I have been on about getting the tunnels rotovated and planted with over winter crops.
All the plants that we have planted are growing well, But the Pak Choy is getting...
Finally we have all the tunnels re planted with the over winter crops, that will hopefully give us a nice fresh harvest early next year.
We started rotovating the first tunnel on the 15th of October...
At long last we have got the Cucumber tunnel emptied the ground cover matting for the Cucumbers lifted then we got the soil grubbed, rotovated and rolled then made a start on planting the rest of the...
As you can see from the photo the Pak Choi we planted in the tunnel on the 10th of October is coming on fantastic.
It has had some braw warm weather but also a few nights of below zero, we had...
As I was saying last week we were going to start harvesting the brussels, and yes we started and on Monday morning it was minus 5 in the field, Pretty cold for tackling the brussel sprouts.
I have been saying over the last few weeks that we were going to get the tunnels re planted with over winter crops, and we have at last finally got two tunnels re planted each have a total of seven...
A braw looking crop of autumn squash still available in the field
Spaghetti squash, Crown Prince, Cha Cha, Bon Bon, Marina di Chiogga, Musquee di provence, Uchiki kuri and one mystery...
I had great plans at the start of last week to get two tunnels rotavated and planted, and it all started well until in the second tunnel then bang the rotavator stopped.
So up to the shed and...