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Cosmic Beetroot – a great recipe 28 Mar 2013 | 04:25 pm

Cosmic Beetroot This is a great recipe for beetroot. It goes really well with Curries – we used to used to serve it with Keema Korma. Simply boil the beetroot in the usual way then let it cool. It’s...

Visit to TableHurst farm 18 Mar 2013 | 10:56 pm

Yesterday I visited Tablehurst farm near here as part of a group organised by the Food academics group at the local universities. This is a community supported agriculture scheme run by a co-op of aro...

Wanted! Research into slugs, thistles, TB and much more | OGA – Organic Growers Alliance 23 Feb 2013 | 12:23 am

See on Scoop.it – Communication in Business AlanRae‘s insight: Interesting set of research projects in UK via Soil Association See on www.organicgrowersalliance.co.uk

Three powerful reasons to grow organic. 31 Jan 2013 | 11:02 pm

I’m currently working on two pro bono projects at the moment.  One is to help Martin Dewhurst source items for his Saharawi refugee camp gardens project New Dawn Rovers. The other is creating an educa...

While we’re snow bound we can still be planning 23 Jan 2013 | 02:49 am

Milo looking for mice amongst the chicory Up in the glasshouses, the broadbeans and mange tout are well on, the chard and spinach are waiting to burst into life again as soon as the light turns but w...

The great nematode famine. 9 Jan 2013 | 06:53 pm

Slug Control What a strange year this has been. Although we have the great advantage that growing under glass we can keep our soil in a controlled state, we still have to deal with pests. As organi...

Ever wanted to learn to smoke? 8 Oct 2012 | 07:37 pm

Those who follow what we write here will know that we run The Intelligent Garden from Fletching Glasshouses which as well as being home to a couple of our other businesses is an organic market garden ...

Preserving what you produce 13 Sep 2012 | 02:49 pm

Well it seems to be that time of year again when we have an excess of fruits that we need to preserve. Here at the glasshouses we tend to make things like Tomato chutney, chilli Jelly and Marmalade. ...

Intelligent Gardening – French Style at the Miromesnil Potager garden 11 Sep 2012 | 07:29 pm

Flowers and Vegetables at Miromesnil My brother in law has a house near Dieppe and we get to go over there for a long weekend most years. There are lots of gardens there worth visiting – Jardin D’aga...

Autumn Vegetables – where did the summer go? 8 Sep 2012 | 05:46 pm

The weather has finally settled down and some of our outdoor colleagues are getting vegetables available. The blight has been ferocious – I had to get the potatoes out of the forest garden a bit shar...

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