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How to use this website

How to use this website

  • The site is run on a Joomla installation which many commercial sites use  the site has left and right columns which have menus where one can look at the content on the site click on any menu item and you can see the content like asparagus or Sunderland any article having a read more sign press on it and it will scroll down to see the rest of the article when an image appears on any of the articles pages  just double click and the image will appear in a pop window on the bottom of the popup  window there are numbers press any of them to see the other images the hitting top panel logo brings a drop-down menu of slider images  of various topics

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Below are some of the image sliders that are on the website 

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This image shows the ferns of the asparagus turning brown and are ready to be cut down to the base of the crown the goodness from the ferns has been absorbed back into the crown

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This slide shows the vegetables that I have left on the soil to rot into compost to manure the plot

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This slide shows the asparagus ferns as they are dying off ready to be removed to the compost bin

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In the background of the asparagus, fens are a variety of kale called Emerald Ice a very hardy variety

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It was a very cold winters morning when I took these images

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The asparagus bed is coming up to be four years old and can now be harvested fully

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The greenhouse where I grow the tomatoes and peppers is in the background

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This image  slider shows the asparagus ferns after they have turned brown and want cutting down to the base of the crowns the goodness from the ferns has now gone into the crowns

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I plant the tomatoes in these halo pots which are then placed in grow bags which I find gives good results

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I plant the tomatoes in these halo pots which are then placed in grow bags which I find gives good results

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I plant the tomatoes in these halo pots which are then placed in grow bags which I find gives good results

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I plant the tomatoes in these halo pots which are then placed in grow bags which I find gives good results

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Notice the grape growing on the right of the greenhouse which is called a strawberry vine

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The first tomatoes to be planted into the greenhouse was an heirloom type called the Sutton a yellow beefsteak which has just been reintroduced

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Image of the tomatoes in their trays and on the garden shelving

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The tomatoes are waiting to be planted out

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The tomatoes in this slide are Gardeners Delight a red cherry type that rarely has disease problems

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Notice the gloves and the cabbage plants under the tomato plants

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Healthy looking tomato plantlets all grown from seed in a cold greenhouse

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Getting ready to plant the tomato plantlets into their halo growing pots and grow bags

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View of the greenhouse from the rear

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Slide of the bags with the riddled soil which i add to the Humax compost to grow the tomatoes in I also add perlite and Grow Sure manure

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Slide of the Gardener's Delight seedlings in their plastic food containers which I use to start the seedlings away

This image slider shows the preparation of the greenhouse ready for the tomatoes to be planted out which take about a week to complete 

 

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