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Growing tomatoes

Can someone please point me to a source of clear infomation on caring for tomatoes, (preferably with diagrams). I've just planted two Rio Grande (paste), four salad (variety unknown, purchased from co-operative for 25p each) and two cherry (also…

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5 Replies · Reply by Bigyin May 3, 2009

Cancelled work

I have been working at a restaurant tiding the garden which it has been once a fortnight. I hve been there twice. The garden last had a gardener 2 years ago the lawn in the meantime had been cut by the chef. The chef said they had a gardener but…

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13 Replies · Reply by Phil Voice Jun 6, 2009

BNI Business & Networking

Hi all got home from work today and opened my mail to find four letters from BNI Companies inviting me to attend a meeting.I would be interested in hearing if anyone here is a member, or has any knowhow on it. It is good for business, cost? etc…

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Using CAPITAL letters

Just a quick note about using capitals in posts. It is widely accepted that the use of capitals infers that the person writing is shouting and its use tends to be an 'exclamation'. It is also quite heavy and angular for readers. It would be…

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3 Replies · Reply by steve loftus May 4, 2009

Threatening Calls

Just had a threatening call " Give up the Gardening Jobs".The number was withheld.I put cards out in an area on Friday, so I have a feeling its someone who does that area or lives there. I might go and finish carding the area now just to prove a…

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8 Replies · Reply by Tony Apr 28, 2009

Garden Shows

Hi Everyone,I am looking to exhibit my irrigation products at local garden shows. After talking to few exhibiters I have been told that the smaller local shows can be more effective, less expensive and more fun. Any comments? And any recommendation…

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4 Replies · Reply by Alex Brown May 10, 2009

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