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  1. TMAK

    Convert full height greenhouse to dwarf wall

    You sound the same as us mate...we've been on this end since spring...finally done now though thank godWell how you've done your own...when I lived at home my dad had a green house behind the...
    You sound the same as us mate...we've been on this end since spring...finally done now though thank godWell how you've done your own...when I lived at home my dad had a green house behind the shed so really it didn't have the blast of winds like some in the open more and his from top to...
    You sound the same as us mate...we've been on this end since spring...finally done now though thank godWell how you've done your own...when I lived at home my dad had a green house behind the shed so really it didn't have the blast of winds...
    You sound the same as us mate...we've been on this end since spring...finally done now though thank godWell how you've done your own...when I lived at home my dad had a green house behind the...
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  2. joebongo

    Micro irrigation for greenhouse - confused :-)

    I top mine @joebongo at around that height and remove some leaves especially round the base to open it up a little... I still self polinate with an artists brush and spray mist..Dont forget to...
    I top mine @joebongo at around that height and remove some leaves especially round the base to open it up a little... I still self polinate with an artists brush and spray mist..Dont forget to remove sucker stems/offshoots...
    I top mine @joebongo at around that height and remove some leaves especially round the base to open it up a little... I still self polinate with an artists brush and spray mist..Dont forget to remove sucker stems/offshoots...
    I top mine @joebongo at around that height and remove some leaves especially round the base to open it up a little... I still self polinate with an artists brush and spray mist..Dont forget to...
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  3. hydrogardener
    Like x 6

    Redorta tomato

    Thanks, I only saw your message now, and in the meanwhile I ordered the ebay one, but I'll save the link for the future :)
    Thanks, I only saw your message now, and in the meanwhile I ordered the ebay one, but I'll save the link for the future :)
    Thanks, I only saw your message now, and in the meanwhile I ordered the ebay one, but I'll save the link for the future :)
    Thanks, I only saw your message now, and in the meanwhile I ordered the ebay one, but I'll save the link for the future :)
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  4. Mellor3456

    Automatic watering

    Just received my Orbit water controller and the Hozelock irrigation kit . The Orbit is robustly made and programming it is really really simple. You just follow the setting dial. The set up photo...
    Just received my Orbit water controller and the Hozelock irrigation kit . The Orbit is robustly made and programming it is really really simple. You just follow the setting dial. The set up photo below shows the Controller , pressure reducer , Hozelock tap connector and irrigation hose Ø13 x...
    Just received my Orbit water controller and the Hozelock irrigation kit . The Orbit is robustly made and programming it is really really simple. You just follow the setting dial. The set up photo below shows the Controller , pressure reducer ,...
    Just received my Orbit water controller and the Hozelock irrigation kit . The Orbit is robustly made and programming it is really really simple. You just follow the setting dial. The set up photo...
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  5. jane0o0

    Cucumber Sweet Peppers Aubergine

    Thanks for the info sandymac. I'll have to prob pollinate with a brush as not getting bees in even though I've got 2 nests lol
    Thanks for the info sandymac. I'll have to prob pollinate with a brush as not getting bees in even though I've got 2 nests lol
    Thanks for the info sandymac. I'll have to prob pollinate with a brush as not getting bees in even though I've got 2 nests lol
    Thanks for the info sandymac. I'll have to prob pollinate with a brush as not getting bees in even though I've got 2 nests lol
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  6. Produr

    Help with tomato plant

    I agree with Noisett47 and JWK looks like scorch. Looks like water droplets sitting on the leaf in the lower picture, this can be caused by overwatering see section Lumps and nodules appear on...
    I agree with Noisett47 and JWK looks like scorch. Looks like water droplets sitting on the leaf in the lower picture, this can be caused by overwatering see section Lumps and nodules appear on the foliage in the link supplied by Noisett47 these nodules release water then scorching...
    I agree with Noisett47 and JWK looks like scorch. Looks like water droplets sitting on the leaf in the lower picture, this can be caused by overwatering see section Lumps and nodules appear on the foliage in the link supplied by Noisett47 these...
    I agree with Noisett47 and JWK looks like scorch. Looks like water droplets sitting on the leaf in the lower picture, this can be caused by overwatering see section Lumps and nodules appear on...
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  7. jane0o0

    Whitefly

    IIRC ricky101, it's whitefly that African Marigolds repel. Marigolds self-sow in my polytunnel each year and there has never been a whitefly problem, so I tend to believe in that tip :)
    IIRC ricky101, it's whitefly that African Marigolds repel. Marigolds self-sow in my polytunnel each year and there has never been a whitefly problem, so I tend to believe in that tip :)
    IIRC ricky101, it's whitefly that African Marigolds repel. Marigolds self-sow in my polytunnel each year and there has never been a whitefly problem, so I tend to believe in that tip :)
    IIRC ricky101, it's whitefly that African Marigolds repel. Marigolds self-sow in my polytunnel each year and there has never been a whitefly problem, so I tend to believe in that tip :)
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  8. WobblyGoblin

    Automatic louvre openers for Rhino greenhouse

    Hi,Doubt you will be able to enjoy any of the 'fruits' of your labours, sure the kids will have gobbled them all up before you get home . :biggrin:
    Hi,Doubt you will be able to enjoy any of the 'fruits' of your labours, sure the kids will have gobbled them all up before you get home . :biggrin:
    Hi,Doubt you will be able to enjoy any of the 'fruits' of your labours, sure the kids will have gobbled them all up before you get home . :biggrin:
    Hi,Doubt you will be able to enjoy any of the 'fruits' of your labours, sure the kids will have gobbled them all up before you get home . :biggrin:
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  9. Grumps

    Tomato growing

    hi Jane It would not produce less fruit as long as you have room to grow both leaders and you have a good root ball it can produce more.
    hi Jane It would not produce less fruit as long as you have room to grow both leaders and you have a good root ball it can produce more.
    hi Jane It would not produce less fruit as long as you have room to grow both leaders and you have a good root ball it can produce more.
    hi Jane It would not produce less fruit as long as you have room to grow both leaders and you have a good root ball it can produce more.
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  10. Helen Evans

    Newbie with greenhouse!

    I'm learning everything as I go along! There's some great tips, help and advice on here!!
    I'm learning everything as I go along! There's some great tips, help and advice on here!!
    I'm learning everything as I go along! There's some great tips, help and advice on here!!
    I'm learning everything as I go along! There's some great tips, help and advice on here!!
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  11. jane0o0

    Shading Advice

    @sandymac i'd say any plant would grow ok as long as it as so much of sun then shade :)
    @sandymac i'd say any plant would grow ok as long as it as so much of sun then shade :)
    @sandymac i'd say any plant would grow ok as long as it as so much of sun then shade :)
    @sandymac i'd say any plant would grow ok as long as it as so much of sun then shade :)
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  12. jane0o0

    What's going on with Courgette

    Thanks all. I was only growing in greenhouse in case they don't grow well outside in the North East as its not as hot at the South.
    Thanks all. I was only growing in greenhouse in case they don't grow well outside in the North East as its not as hot at the South.
    Thanks all. I was only growing in greenhouse in case they don't grow well outside in the North East as its not as hot at the South.
    Thanks all. I was only growing in greenhouse in case they don't grow well outside in the North East as its not as hot at the South.
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  13. Mellor3456

    Upgrading Basic Greenhouse

    Just admit it mate you have memory blokes ;)
    Just admit it mate you have memory blokes ;)
    Just admit it mate you have memory blokes ;)
    Just admit it mate you have memory blokes ;)
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  14. jane0o0

    Moving stuff into Greenhouse

    Hi,At the very least you need to shut the windows at night, but thats where an auto vent add on kit becomes your best friend.You start feeding once the first fruits have 'set' eg you can just...
    Hi,At the very least you need to shut the windows at night, but thats where an auto vent add on kit becomes your best friend.You start feeding once the first fruits have 'set' eg you can just see the little green toms as the flowers begin to fade.What you may also need to do is hand...
    Hi,At the very least you need to shut the windows at night, but thats where an auto vent add on kit becomes your best friend.You start feeding once the first fruits have 'set' eg you can just see the little green toms as the flowers begin to...
    Hi,At the very least you need to shut the windows at night, but thats where an auto vent add on kit becomes your best friend.You start feeding once the first fruits have 'set' eg you can just...
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  15. Notty1975

    Recommend a window Opener

    You can buy auto vents, and new pistons, off of Ebay for around £13.I'm going to get one for a new vent I've put in.
    You can buy auto vents, and new pistons, off of Ebay for around £13.I'm going to get one for a new vent I've put in.
    You can buy auto vents, and new pistons, off of Ebay for around £13.I'm going to get one for a new vent I've put in.
    You can buy auto vents, and new pistons, off of Ebay for around £13.I'm going to get one for a new vent I've put in.
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  16. TMAK

    Wrong size glass

    I had to replace 2 panes last week, went to glazier and asked for a standard horti glass 2ft pane, and I needed the triangular piece for the apex, which I did have the old one with a corner...
    I had to replace 2 panes last week, went to glazier and asked for a standard horti glass 2ft pane, and I needed the triangular piece for the apex, which I did have the old one with a corner missing, he may have cut the triangle but they keep the squares ready cut, he informed me 610 is size now,...
    I had to replace 2 panes last week, went to glazier and asked for a standard horti glass 2ft pane, and I needed the triangular piece for the apex, which I did have the old one with a corner missing, he may have cut the triangle but they keep the...
    I had to replace 2 panes last week, went to glazier and asked for a standard horti glass 2ft pane, and I needed the triangular piece for the apex, which I did have the old one with a corner...
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  17. JWK
    Like x 17

    New Greenhouse

    Hi Lori,What you see is the remote monitor set up on my desk in the house so I can see whats going on in the greenhouse.Its part of my own diy system built and programmed using an Arduino...
    Hi Lori,What you see is the remote monitor set up on my desk in the house so I can see whats going on in the greenhouse.Its part of my own diy system built and programmed using an Arduino micro controller. I put a few details of it in a post earlier, an interesting hobby generally for...
    Hi Lori,What you see is the remote monitor set up on my desk in the house so I can see whats going on in the greenhouse.Its part of my own diy system built and programmed using an Arduino micro controller. I put a few details of it in a post...
    Hi Lori,What you see is the remote monitor set up on my desk in the house so I can see whats going on in the greenhouse.Its part of my own diy system built and programmed using an Arduino...
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  18. Matt-tropical

    Advice in temperature

    Thanks for the great responses everyone really glad I joined here:hapydancsmil:
    Thanks for the great responses everyone really glad I joined here:hapydancsmil:
    Thanks for the great responses everyone really glad I joined here:hapydancsmil:
    Thanks for the great responses everyone really glad I joined here:hapydancsmil:
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  19. Loki

    Starting hardy annuals in the greenhouse

    Well it could have been a mistake, chilly here now, but some of the pricked out plants are in the greenhouse :fingers crossed: I'm still sowing and growing indoors but I will try sowing some hardy annuals in the...
    Well it could have been a mistake, chilly here now, but some of the pricked out plants are in the greenhouse :fingers crossed: I'm still sowing and growing indoors but I will try sowing some hardy annuals in the greenhouse after this Monday ( wintery weather forecast again :frown:) thanks for all the tips and advice :dbgrtmb:
    Well it could have been a mistake, chilly here now, but some of the pricked out plants are in the greenhouse :fingers crossed: I'm still sowing and growing indoors but I will try sowing some hardy annuals in the greenhouse after this Monday ( wintery weather...
    Well it could have been a mistake, chilly here now, but some of the pricked out plants are in the greenhouse :fingers crossed: I'm still sowing and growing indoors but I will try sowing some hardy annuals in the...
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  20. JWK

    Cut flowers over winter suggestions please

    @KFF Carnations are a beautiful flower :wub2:
    @KFF Carnations are a beautiful flower :wub2:
    @KFF Carnations are a beautiful flower :wub2:
    @KFF Carnations are a beautiful flower :wub2:
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