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This years new crop going in

Rathwulven BC

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#23
Looks like a nice "operation".

We were a little less lucky this season, cold damp weather followed by a huge heat wave - most plants either suffered from frost damage due to convection or are now developing sun scald (despite covers).

Mother nature...
 

Joecole

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not long until the first harvest of some peas, and a Magpie who can fly perfectly fine seems to have adopted the veg patch View attachment 14110 View attachment 14111 View attachment 14112 View attachment 14113 View attachment 14114 View attachment 14115 View attachment 14116 View attachment 14117 View attachment 14118 View attachment 14119 View attachment 14120 View attachment 14121 View attachment 14122 View attachment 14123 View attachment 14124 View attachment 14125 View attachment 14126 View attachment 14127 View attachment 14128 View attachment 14129 View attachment 14130 View attachment 14131 View attachment 14132 View attachment 14133 View attachment 14134 View attachment 14110 View attachment 14111 View attachment 14112 View attachment 14113 View attachment 14114 View attachment 14115 View attachment 14116 View attachment 14117 View attachment 14118 View attachment 14119 View attachment 14120 View attachment 14121 View attachment 14122 View attachment 14123 View attachment 14124 View attachment 14125 View attachment 14126 View attachment 14127 View attachment 14128 View attachment 14129 View attachment 14130 View attachment 14131 View attachment 14132 View attachment 14133 View attachment 14134 View attachment 14110 View attachment 14111 View attachment 14112 View attachment 14113 View attachment 14114 View attachment 14115 View attachment 14116 View attachment 14117 View attachment 14118 View attachment 14119 View attachment 14120 View attachment 14121 View attachment 14122 View attachment 14123 View attachment 14124 View attachment 14125 View attachment 14126 View attachment 14127 View attachment 14128 View attachment 14129 View attachment 14130 View attachment 14131 View attachment 14132 View attachment 14133 View attachment 14134
All looking really good mate but your onions have a way to go to catch up with mine.I'll put some photos up when I get home next week. Harvested my first garlic the other day
 

The Boogie Man

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First crop of Gooseberries picked, got 7lbs with a few more left on the bush. Making Jam, and having fresh Gooseberry Fool & crumble for dessert.
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Still some potatoes to harvest and another 15 planted for a Christmas crop, first attempt at asparagus looks OK (sorry for using the C word BTW!!)
 

Medwayman

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Nice Harvest .....
Blimey 10% beer ! reminds me of Kestrel super strength :sleepy:
Beers in France are so good and so so cheap, the 10% cost £1 (1 euro 20 odd ish) but they have one called maximator at 12% and one called "demon" and wait for it its's....................................................16% just over £2