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  • 14th May

    Last week we had a really good spell of weather and got on well with the planting, We did have two days of pretty heavy rain but it came in through the night and the ground was braw and dry in the morning...

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  • 7th May

    Last Monday we managed to make a start at planting out in the field, Last year we started planting on 17th April this year it was the 31st of April a huge difference, we started blocking the plants...

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  • 30th April

    At Long last I managed to get the tunnel re sheeted, on Monday I hired a digger in and I dug the trench out around the tunnel for the polythene to get trenched in, then it was a waiting came for some...

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  • 23rd April

    As I was saying last week we have started blocking of the Courgette, Pumpkin and Sweetcorn seeds, and as I have said before they grow at a amazing speed, we blocked the first of them of on the 16th...

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  • 16th April

    At long last the weather is starting to heat up and the tunnels are getting warm, This week we will be starting to harvest our Pak Choy from one tunnel and the Kohl rabi, Lettuce and Spinach is looking...

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  • 9th April

    At the start of last week we had more snow and freezing temperatures, but by Thursday it was at 11 degrees and the tunnels were getting really hot at long last.
    I was of with Calum and Erin last...

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  • 2nd April

    We have had a busy week planting in the big 90 metre this week, in that we have planted five thousand Kohl Rabi, three thousand red Little gem Lettuce and I direct sowed around twenty thousand Spinach,...

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  • 26th March

    Last week I posted a photo of the early Pandora leeks, This week i'v posted another and you will see the massive difference just one week of the tunnels heating up makes, and the rest of the seeds in...

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  • 19th March

    The early Pandora leeks have germinated at last, they usually do take a wee while anyway but this year they have taken longer than usual, not really surprising with the temperatures that we have been...

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  • 12th March

    Our wind break has taken a beating from the recent weather which had been called the beast from the east, and last week was spent between harvesting blocking seeds and dismantling the damaged, broken,...

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