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  1. peter121

    re cucumber.

    I usually sow in early to mid April, but bring them on in big pots in our heated porch before I plant out in a polytunnel in mid May. Cucs as far as I remember, don't like temperatures below 10C...
    I usually sow in early to mid April, but bring them on in big pots in our heated porch before I plant out in a polytunnel in mid May. Cucs as far as I remember, don't like temperatures below 10C as it sets them back.
    I usually sow in early to mid April, but bring them on in big pots in our heated porch before I plant out in a polytunnel in mid May. Cucs as far as I remember, don't like temperatures below 10C as it sets them back.
    I usually sow in early to mid April, but bring them on in big pots in our heated porch before I plant out in a polytunnel in mid May. Cucs as far as I remember, don't like temperatures below 10C...
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  2. Vince
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  3. Snorky85

    Capillary Matting

    Hi @shiney - thanks for the offer - but don't worry about a picture. Its all water under the bridge now. I did try to Google the history of capilliary matting, but found nothing. Though I did...
    Hi @shiney - thanks for the offer - but don't worry about a picture. Its all water under the bridge now. I did try to Google the history of capilliary matting, but found nothing. Though I did find one company that sells matting made from recycled cotton and wool. That surprised me. I think it...
    Hi @shiney - thanks for the offer - but don't worry about a picture. Its all water under the bridge now. I did try to Google the history of capilliary matting, but found nothing. Though I did find one company that sells matting made from...
    Hi @shiney - thanks for the offer - but don't worry about a picture. Its all water under the bridge now. I did try to Google the history of capilliary matting, but found nothing. Though I did...
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  4. machineage

    Greenhouse Glazing Seal - Identification?

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    https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiF15TgzKjQAhVBOMAKHdl8CVAQFggkMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sealsdirect.co.uk%2F&usg=AFQjCNEKxfn75khBPqJtrljmF2trlcs92w Found this hope it helps This one has Robinsons but is different to yours scrool to...
    https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiF15TgzKjQAhVBOMAKHdl8CVAQFggkMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sealsdirect.co.uk%2F&usg=AFQjCNEKxfn75khBPqJtrljmF2trlcs92w Found this hope it helps This one...
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  5. Sargan

    Tomato alternate growing systems

    There is a float valve that regulates the liquid.
    There is a float valve that regulates the liquid.
    There is a float valve that regulates the liquid.
    There is a float valve that regulates the liquid.
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  6. machineage

    Greenhouse Glass Retaining Strips Identification?!

    Having researched this further - it appears the greenhouse could be a Robinsons model. I'll contact them to see of they can confirm. In the meantime we do have some other clips we can try. Many...
    Having researched this further - it appears the greenhouse could be a Robinsons model. I'll contact them to see of they can confirm. In the meantime we do have some other clips we can try. Many thanks!
    Having researched this further - it appears the greenhouse could be a Robinsons model. I'll contact them to see of they can confirm. In the meantime we do have some other clips we can try. Many thanks!
    Having researched this further - it appears the greenhouse could be a Robinsons model. I'll contact them to see of they can confirm. In the meantime we do have some other clips we can try. Many...
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  7. Snorky85

    Plug plants inthe greenhouse?

    Thanks peeps. Got them all planted over the weekend and sorted my greenhouse out. Just got to keep them alive now. Got A decent price for them!
    Thanks peeps. Got them all planted over the weekend and sorted my greenhouse out. Just got to keep them alive now. Got A decent price for them!
    Thanks peeps. Got them all planted over the weekend and sorted my greenhouse out. Just got to keep them alive now. Got A decent price for them!
    Thanks peeps. Got them all planted over the weekend and sorted my greenhouse out. Just got to keep them alive now. Got A decent price for them!
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  8. burnie

    Rhino charging my way

    Thanks....I'll check out Greenhouse direct :dbgrtmb:
    Thanks....I'll check out Greenhouse direct :dbgrtmb:
    Thanks....I'll check out Greenhouse direct :dbgrtmb:
    Thanks....I'll check out Greenhouse direct :dbgrtmb:
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  9. herriotfan

    Recommendations please

    My new Rhinos, just been delivered and the fitter comes to build it on Friday, I've gone for the 8x12 as I'm pushed for room, but should feed the two of us comfortably
    My new Rhinos, just been delivered and the fitter comes to build it on Friday, I've gone for the 8x12 as I'm pushed for room, but should feed the two of us comfortably
    My new Rhinos, just been delivered and the fitter comes to build it on Friday, I've gone for the 8x12 as I'm pushed for room, but should feed the two of us comfortably
    My new Rhinos, just been delivered and the fitter comes to build it on Friday, I've gone for the 8x12 as I'm pushed for room, but should feed the two of us comfortably
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  10. Eco Simon

    Self powered heated greenhouse

    The victorians were great innovators, most of the farm work and transportation of goods involved horses so they had an abundance of manure which they put to good use.
    The victorians were great innovators, most of the farm work and transportation of goods involved horses so they had an abundance of manure which they put to good use.
    The victorians were great innovators, most of the farm work and transportation of goods involved horses so they had an abundance of manure which they put to good use.
    The victorians were great innovators, most of the farm work and transportation of goods involved horses so they had an abundance of manure which they put to good use.
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  11. ellabella

    Red spider mite on Nectarine

    Just out of interest, this is what the professionals use. There are probably others. Its a very simple one spray early in the season.
    Just out of interest, this is what the professionals use. There are probably others. Its a very simple one spray early in the season.
    Just out of interest, this is what the professionals use. There are probably others. Its a very simple one spray early in the season.
    Just out of interest, this is what the professionals use. There are probably others. Its a very simple one spray early in the season.
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  12. Kimberley

    Woman on a Mission

    Yes thank you ☺
    Yes thank you ☺
    Yes thank you ☺
    Yes thank you ☺
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  13. Kimberley
    Friendly x 4

    I could scream

    I found a band of copper tape and spraying the bottom 6" with WD40 , worked really well at keeping the blighters out . I now have some nice plastic raffia containers so don't want to stick tape...
    I found a band of copper tape and spraying the bottom 6" with WD40 , worked really well at keeping the blighters out . I now have some nice plastic raffia containers so don't want to stick tape and spray them , I use Bio-slug pellets sparingly , this works until you forget , then the boogers...
    I found a band of copper tape and spraying the bottom 6" with WD40 , worked really well at keeping the blighters out . I now have some nice plastic raffia containers so don't want to stick tape and spray them , I use Bio-slug pellets sparingly ,...
    I found a band of copper tape and spraying the bottom 6" with WD40 , worked really well at keeping the blighters out . I now have some nice plastic raffia containers so don't want to stick tape...
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  14. Kimberley

    Jasmine

    Purchased some jasmine seeds just a few weeks ago, planted them 24 hours after i'd soaked them in warm water, today looking in the greenhouse two have made an appearance☺☺
    Purchased some jasmine seeds just a few weeks ago, planted them 24 hours after i'd soaked them in warm water, today looking in the greenhouse two have made an appearance☺☺
    Purchased some jasmine seeds just a few weeks ago, planted them 24 hours after i'd soaked them in warm water, today looking in the greenhouse two have made an appearance☺☺
    Purchased some jasmine seeds just a few weeks ago, planted them 24 hours after i'd soaked them in warm water, today looking in the greenhouse two have made an appearance☺☺
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  15. clanless

    Fried green tomatoes at the whistle stop cafe

    What if you stick a few banana skins in there? Let the ethylene do its magic. Incidentally, a few times when on my jollies in the med, I've had salad featuring tomatoes in both red and green....
    What if you stick a few banana skins in there? Let the ethylene do its magic. Incidentally, a few times when on my jollies in the med, I've had salad featuring tomatoes in both red and green. The red ones impart a sweetness while the green offered a much sharper but equally delicious taste.
    What if you stick a few banana skins in there? Let the ethylene do its magic. Incidentally, a few times when on my jollies in the med, I've had salad featuring tomatoes in both red and green. The red ones impart a sweetness while the green...
    What if you stick a few banana skins in there? Let the ethylene do its magic. Incidentally, a few times when on my jollies in the med, I've had salad featuring tomatoes in both red and green....
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  16. TMAK

    Multi wall poly carbonate on greenhouse

    Oh well. Next time !!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Oh well. Next time !!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Oh well. Next time !!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Oh well. Next time !!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  17. rustyroots

    Greenhouse growing advice please.

    I'll remember this bit of information. Thank You
    I'll remember this bit of information. Thank You
    I'll remember this bit of information. Thank You
    I'll remember this bit of information. Thank You
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  18. boogaloo

    Amateur lookign for advice on the base!

    Hi folks. Slight change of plan I think.. keen to use the sleepers as I wanted a little extra height, and because I had them handy! As suggested I've lifted the slabs, and am considering digging...
    Hi folks. Slight change of plan I think.. keen to use the sleepers as I wanted a little extra height, and because I had them handy! As suggested I've lifted the slabs, and am considering digging the sleepers into the ground somewhat, and mounting onto them. Any suggestions on how to get the...
    Hi folks. Slight change of plan I think.. keen to use the sleepers as I wanted a little extra height, and because I had them handy! As suggested I've lifted the slabs, and am considering digging the sleepers into the ground somewhat, and...
    Hi folks. Slight change of plan I think.. keen to use the sleepers as I wanted a little extra height, and because I had them handy! As suggested I've lifted the slabs, and am considering digging...
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  19. NigelJ

    Greenhouse advice

    Thanks for all advice. In the end I built it on wood. Approx 6 to 8 inches high. Only got the frame together yesterday. Now for the glazing. Any opinions on using multi wall polycarbonate on the...
    Thanks for all advice. In the end I built it on wood. Approx 6 to 8 inches high. Only got the frame together yesterday. Now for the glazing. Any opinions on using multi wall polycarbonate on the roof and glass on walls. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Thanks for all advice. In the end I built it on wood. Approx 6 to 8 inches high. Only got the frame together yesterday. Now for the glazing. Any opinions on using multi wall polycarbonate on the roof and glass on walls. Sent from my iPhone...
    Thanks for all advice. In the end I built it on wood. Approx 6 to 8 inches high. Only got the frame together yesterday. Now for the glazing. Any opinions on using multi wall polycarbonate on the...
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  20. Ali_Bird2001

    Sick tomatoes

    Dave, blight is an air-borne disease so can affect plants in greenhouses as well as outside, and as Pete says, it only affects members of the potato family.
    Dave, blight is an air-borne disease so can affect plants in greenhouses as well as outside, and as Pete says, it only affects members of the potato family.
    Dave, blight is an air-borne disease so can affect plants in greenhouses as well as outside, and as Pete says, it only affects members of the potato family.
    Dave, blight is an air-borne disease so can affect plants in greenhouses as well as outside, and as Pete says, it only affects members of the potato family.
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