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Soil temperature is important because seeds need it to be above a certain temperature to germinate. I’ve been tracking the soil temperature in and out of the polytunnel Once again the air temperature overreads in the day – what’s needed … Continue reading
Today’s first working party of the spring included lots of seed sowing, hoeing and raising our third Polytunnel, masterminded by Chris with his band of able volunteers!
Lots got done this Saturday – lots of spuds got planted, sprouting broccoli harvested and at long last the skin got put on our polytunnel, the first one of the three frames we have had for a while. Dano brought … Continue reading