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The benefits of growing your own food are numerous – higher vitamin levels, fresher taste, and minimal air miles, not to mention cheaper shopping bills and fewer trips to the supermarket – plus you’ll know exactly what has gone into the soil. You don’t need vast beds to grow veg. By choosing quick-growing, high-yielding crops, even a few pots can deliver respectable harvests. And March is the ideal time to start new crops off on window sills and April the perfect time to plant out.


Decide just how many hours you can commit to your plot and plant accordingly. Most veg are happiest

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