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What’s So Bad About Bamboo?

Bamboo is a highly aggressive, invasive exotic plant species. It owes its reputation to the fact that it is the fastest-growing class of grass on earth. Bamboo can choke natural vegetation in a brief period, effectively crowding out native flora. It is imperative to realize that it is challenging to get rid of bamboo once it has taken root.

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Do This To Avoid Your Polytunnel Being Blown Away By Wind

The fight to keep Polytunnels grounded in the face of storms is continuous – until it is solved. Here we explore how to keep your Polytunnel, with its low size-to-weight ratio, from being blown away by the powerful and often destructive force – wind. We take a brief look at the science behind it and then look at how to mitigate the risk factors.

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Should You Soak Tomato Seeds Before Planting?

Soaking tomato seeds before you plant them can increase the rate at which they sprout and germinate. Ultimately resulting in healthier and stronger tomato plants. Letting your tomato seeds sprout on a damp paper towel is another great way to keep the seeds moist, increasing the rate at which they start sprouting.

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Polytunnel Vs. Greenhouses. Pros & Cons You Always Wondered!

Polytunnels and greenhouses work to grow plants in a controlled environment, but that’s where the similarities end. Differences in versatility, cost, aesthetic, durability, labor, and maintenance are some of the pros and cons of polytunnels and greenhouses every grower should know about.

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What Happens To Grass If We Don’t Cut It?

Grass grows taller and forms clumps, The stems turn woody, and the grass pushes out a seed head. This creates patchy areas within the lawn. Nutrients are used and not replaced, and this provides the appropriate conditions for weeds to germinate. Eventually, the lawn will be overrun by weeds and return to a natural state.

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How to Save Leggy Tomato Seedlings? (Solved)

Save leggy tomato seedlings by planting right up to the cotyledon leaves when potting on. Then identify what caused it. Common factors responsible are lack of light after germination, inconsistent soil moisture, overcrowding, and poor ventilation. Resolve these issues after potting on to ensure strong future growth.

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