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  • 25th November

    Last week was my first week out in the van doing the deliveries, before our new driver John starts on December 2nd.

    And it was a week of braw weather,and some of the views you get especially...

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  • 18th November

    I’m writing the news letter this week and its 9.15pm on Sunday night.  I’m have been harvesting Kale and leeks, for Monday’s deliveries, with a head torch on.

    The reason...

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  • 11th November

     Last week we took of the polythene of off one of our 60-meter tunnels.

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  • 4th November

    Last week we pruned back all the Raspberry bushes, there are two hundred and fifty of them, so it took a couple of days to prune them all and take away all the cuttings.

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  • 28th October

    Every year at Halloween time, we give Erin and Calum’s primary school pumpkins for each child, Erin and Calum love it as everyone knows they have come from their farm.

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  • 21st October

    In one of the big tunnels We direct sowed Milan turnips, it was just a trial to see if they would grow so late in the season.

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  • 14th October

    Last week after we had finished harvesting for the run’s,  We went straight to the onions.

    We had six rows of white onions to lift, and four of red, so we were looking at lifting around...

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  • 7th October

     We are into October already, that has been a fast year, although I do think I say that every year.

    And it’s coming to Pumpkin time again,  last week I was walking through the...

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  • 30th September

    This year I have been looking at solar powered bed weeders, but they are really pricey, and come in at thirty thousand pounds,

    But they would save a fortune on diesel, and will greatly reduce...

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  • 23rd September

     It’s always seemed strange that when the season is coming near a end, and the weather is getting cooler, that the Cucumbers and Chillies take on a huge growth spurt.

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