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Gardening on a budget

love the creativity of gardening, finding different ways of growing my own as cheaply as possible. Having grown some food in corners of gardens and on windowsills since my teens, I created my first veg plot while pregnant with my daughter (she is now 26) with a budget of £0, using my grandad’s old tools and seeds and transplants donated by friends and neighbours, plus potatoes I’d found sprouting in the veg basket. That year I gathered harvests of herbs, tomatoes, beans, strawberries, potatoes and sunflowers,

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I read your article on club root in the March edition of Kitchen Garden with interest. I’m chairman of Fishguard Allotments Association, we started in 2010. First and second and possibly the third year we had no problem with club root. Over the next