- Dec 26, 2015
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You’re meant to eat ‘em , cook ‘em or cider them , not lick ‘em ! Ha ha .Looking forward to start licking some apples from the 'orchard'. My apple tree in the old house died and the two pear trees that replaced it never produced much
We have chickens and the spent grain goes to them, they love it!When I had my chickens (before mr badger paid me a visit) I used to be able to feed them all my spent grains and also store up and use al their muck. Top quality for the veggies.
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Unless you do what I did.Picked all the remaining chillies from a couple of my plants. Pretty sure I've got enough to last me until next season's crop ripen
I've got a freezer drawer dedicated to my chillies, so I should be ok. I'm the only one in the family who eats them so no-one else goes in thereUnless you do what I did.
I found a bag of frozen french beans in the freezer last year and cooked them to have with our tea. First mouthful each told us I'd used up her entire crop of green chillies...
We did laugh about it but only once the pain subsided a bit.
I prefer to use self watering pots like these I my greenhouse, but probably not best suited to a larger scale (could make your own?).I was thinking of putting some hose into my tunnel so I can turn the tap on once a day. Does anyone have any advice on how to do this. Every year it's either over watered or left to dry out. Would like to harvest more than a few toms this year.
in my poly tunnel I use the dropper system. It uses that small bore black tube (5mm) tapped off of a main hose which is about 10mm diameter. You then have adjustment drip controls at the end of each 5mm pipe. I think it’s made by hose lock mount other makers.I was thinking of putting some hose into my tunnel so I can turn the tap on once a day. Does anyone have any advice on how to do this. Every year it's either over watered or left to dry out. Would like to harvest more than a few toms this year.