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etc. What a lovely change to see sunshine after the grey of the last
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etc. What a lovely change to see sunshine after the grey of the last
week or so. This is beautiful!

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Just lovely up here in Cheshire as well (:-)
Just picked my daily 1 and a half pounds of toms from the glasshouse.
More soup !!!

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etc. What a lovely change to see sunshine after the grey of the last
week or so. This is beautiful!


Same here in the Swansea Bay area, just been out to pick runner beans,
got a carrier bag full from just one side.
What surprised me was that the ground has taken all the rain, it's not
muddy under foot, and very little sign of run off.
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On 2013-10-05 16:27:44 +0100, Jake said:

On Sat, 5 Oct 2013 11:13:06 +0100, "Peter & Jeanne"
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etc. What a lovely change to see sunshine after the grey of the last
week or so. This is beautiful!


Well next year you'll be able to pick your tomatoes and dig up your
potatoes from the same plant!

http://www.gizmag.com/tomtato-tomato...d-plant/29241/

(also featured in this week's AG)


I there may be a certain inbuilt resistance to that idea!
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"Jake" wrote in message
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On Sat, 5 Oct 2013 11:13:06 +0100, "Peter & Jeanne"
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"Sacha" wrote in message ...


etc. What a lovely change to see sunshine after the grey of the last
week or so. This is beautiful!


Well next year you'll be able to pick your tomatoes and dig up your
potatoes from the same plant!

http://www.gizmag.com/tomtato-tomato...d-plant/29241/


Quote 'While it's been possible to create such hybrids for a long time'
I think they carried them in the Ark! I first did this in A level Botany
when I was 16 years old and I am now 76!!! The taste is entirely due
to which variety of tomato is used. Modern cherry tomatoes were not
around 50 years ago.

Phil




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And here at the South East Coast of the Isle of Wight. Fantastic morning at
Shanklin Theatre's 'Coffee Cake 'n' Chat' with many more volunteers, some
urglers too, joining the Friends :-)

Mike



"Jake" wrote in message ...

On Sat, 05 Oct 2013 11:42:19 +0100, David Hill
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On 05/10/2013 11:13, Peter & Jeanne wrote:


"Sacha" wrote in message ...


etc. What a lovely change to see sunshine after the grey of the last
week or so. This is beautiful!


Same here in the Swansea Bay area, just been out to pick runner beans,
got a carrier bag full from just one side.
What surprised me was that the ground has taken all the rain, it's not
muddy under foot, and very little sign of run off.


Lovely at the other end of the Bay too. Despite the rain yesterday and
early this morning, the ground here's surprisingly dry as were all the
leaves I collected just after lunch! I just wish all the trees would
de-leaf themselves at the same time. But as one finishes, the next one
starts, dammit.

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Cheers, Jake
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URGling from the east end of Swansea Bay in between
yanking up ever-appearing clumps of Himalayan balsam.

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On 05/10/2013 16:27, Jake wrote:
On Sat, 5 Oct 2013 11:13:06 +0100, "Peter & Jeanne"
wrote:



"Sacha" wrote in message ...


etc. What a lovely change to see sunshine after the grey of the last
week or so. This is beautiful!


Well next year you'll be able to pick your tomatoes and dig up your
potatoes from the same plant!

http://www.gizmag.com/tomtato-tomato...d-plant/29241/

(also featured in this week's AG)

Not again.
This has been making an appearance every few years ever since I can
remember.
Remember potato plants die back much earlier than tomatoes on their own
roots..
There's always someone who will go for it no matter the cost.


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