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WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK ...

? Continue to put out cloches for early vegetables at least two weeks in advance of sowing or planting ? Net black-currants against birds which eat the buds ? Feed spring cabbage with a highnitrogen fertiliser ? Feed fruit trees and bushes ? Take basal cuttings of perennials in the greenhouse ? Take cuttings of chrysanthemums, dahlias, fuschias, geraniums and most tender perennials and grow them on in the greenhouse ? Hard prune shrubs grown for their winter bark colour ? Rake the lawn to remove old thatch and lift and transplant snowdrops and aconites ? Thin radish seedlings and sow round seeded pea varieties such as Feltham First or Meteor under cloches ? Finish planting bare-root trees and shrubs, new fruit trees and bushes.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 12, 2011
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