2021 What I sowed today
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Sowed a tray of "Nipper" baby leeks that are supposed to be ready in 10 weeks from sowing, to pull at spring onion size or can be left to grow on to a more normal size.
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Just some peas for shoots.
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Lots of small Babington perennial leek bulbils in a tray in the GH.
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(03-01-2021, 08:11 PM)Broadway Wrote:
(02-01-2021, 05:24 PM)Urban-UK Wrote:
(02-01-2021, 12:15 PM)Mamzie Wrote: Quick question - i hope to grow our own pickling onion this year. Could I presow these in modules, as our spring is always a few weeks behind due to how high we are.

Yeh I normally do that with my onions anyway. Just sprinkle a few seeds in each module. And then plant them all together when there ready to go out. It will probably be even better for pickling onions as you'll be harvesting them small. So you can more than likely get away with quite a few in each module
Hello Urban / All

Do you multi-sow other crops?
There Is actually quite a few things you can multi-sow like that, Have you heard of Charles Dowding? have a search for him on youtube, He talks about multi-sowing quite a bit
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(08-01-2021, 03:33 PM)Urban-UK Wrote:
(03-01-2021, 08:11 PM)Broadway Wrote:
(02-01-2021, 05:24 PM)Urban-UK Wrote:
(02-01-2021, 12:15 PM)Mamzie Wrote: Quick question - i hope to grow our own pickling onion this year. Could I presow these in modules, as our spring is always a few weeks behind due to how high we are.

Yeh I normally do that with my onions anyway. Just sprinkle a few seeds in each module. And then plant them all together when there ready to go out. It will probably be even better for pickling onions as you'll be harvesting them small. So you can more than likely get away with quite a few in each module
Hello Urban / All

Do you multi-sow other crops?
There Is actually quite a few things you can multi-sow like that, Have you heard of Charles Dowding? have a search for him on youtube, He talks about multi-sowing quite a bit
Hiya Urban

Yes I've seen his videos and am tempted therefore was wondering if other people had already tried it. My plan is to try a normal row plus a multi row of at least beets, turnips, and leeks, maybe more.
Regards..........Danny Smile
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I've multisown lots of things - I call it being too lazy to thin them out!
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I’ve sown
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Teucium hircanicum
Paulownia tomentosa
Eucalyptus pauciflora
Euonymus latifolius
Catalpa bignoniodes
Cornus Alba
Chilli lemon drop
Chilli Thai dragon
Chilli Hungarian black
Chilli sugar rush peach
Chilli Alberto locoto rocoto
Chilli Havana gold
Chilli onza
Chilli beaver dam
Chilli Serrano
Chilli AJI delight
Chilli Shishito
Chilli orange habanero
Chilli fatalii yellow
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Smile I feel like a pro because I've sown some of the same. Beaver dam and Onza. What am I going to do with all the chillies, if they grow? Oh I know, start a business Big Grin. Only joking SC, no way I want that sort of stress.
Sowed some more Red Robin too.
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(15-01-2021, 05:29 PM)JJB Wrote: Smile I feel like a pro because I've sown some of the same.  Beaver dam and Onza.  What am I going to do with all the chillies, if they grow?  Oh I know, start a business Big Grin.  Only joking SC, no way I want that sort of stress.
Neither do I  Wink .
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(05-01-2021, 03:09 PM)Veggie Wrote: Lots of small Babington perennial leek bulbils in a tray in the GH.
Hiya Veggie

Mine are currently sitting on the windowsill. As it's my first time growing these I was wondering if you had considered when you'd be planting these out?
Regards..........Danny Smile
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