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  • 12th July

    Last week was a week of harvesting and weeding.

    We now have my home made bed weeder out in the field, and it will be in here working for the next couple of months, with three people on board...

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  • 5th July

     That’s the courgette harvesting started ; this job makes it really feel like summer has arrived.

    This week we are going to take all the fleece of off the brassicas again, brush weed...

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  • 21st June

    Last week it was time to get the fleece of off the brassica’s plants.

    It’s been on from the day we planted them, as brassicas plants are pigeon’s caviar, and they could wipe...

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  • 14th June

    The first job we had to get done last week was planting the squash plants, with all the leeks at long last planted, the squash plants are the last to need planted.

    So at the start of the week...

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  • 7th June

    At long last we have all the leeks planted.

    At this time last year we had already started bed weeding, so that just shows how far behind we are.

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  • 31st May

    Well I’m really glad to see the end of May, and the weather it has thrown at us.

    Last week we had a week of downpours in between the sunshine.

    By the end of the week the field was...

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  • 24th May

    Last week we almost got a full week of dry weather, so we managed to get on with more planting in the field.

    It’s been a very frustrating stop, start to the planting season this year.

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  • 17th May

     

     

    This weeks story starts of on a very sad note.

    Last week we lost our very loyal and loving companion Freoch our fifteen year old border collie.

    She had a great...

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  • 10th May

    Weather, Weather, Weather, it’s a complete headache this year.

    We have had all the brassicas, red onions and normal onions, outside getting hardened of ready to be planted for two weeks...

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  • 26th April

    Well the broad beans aren’t hiding any more, last week they popped up, and we could see where they were, when we were brush weeding them.                                                      ...

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