In depth article on aphids
JILL VAUGHAN (jill 'at' delfland.co.uk) sent a message using the contact form at
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Thank you for your post about our potatoes and garlic. There were problems with the Sarpo seed production this year so we have only got Sarpo Mira and Shona as organic seed and conventional Axona.
To consider the points raised at the informal allotment meeting held on 22nd September 2014 and agree the way forward. Cllr Rowe proposed the following be approved: -
The wonderful team of volunteers (as mentioned in the letter from Hayle Town Council and shown here Military vets inspire Hayle jobseekers to get back into work)
I have been contacted by the Council stating they have received a complaint from a plot holder about the mess where the compost was delivered. I have been in discussions with Nigel and if anyone who has taken compost could help to clean up the area, Nigel will come up with a blower and finish off the area. Could you please pass this around the plot holders to ensure everyone knows about it.
The Council have asked me to remind plot holders if you have compost delivered to ensure you put tarpauline down to avoid a mess being made, they have also asked me to point out that hose pipes should not be used
It will come as no surprise there is damage at the allotments some to sheds others to gates etc, rather than listing best to check out
Hello all - the wind has damaged the allotment gates so that the central fastener has come off, so I have left one side fastened open to reduce the pressure on the rock that is currently holding the gate in place! I will email Elly at the council about the problem.
Happy Christmas to you all, Aimee