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EDITOR’S LETTER

Having struggled through a long, chilly UK winter, it’s always so good when the days become noticeably longer and obvious signs of spring can be seen around us. But for those of you who would like to warm things up a little more, we bring some flavours of the Mediterranean to KG this month with seven pages dedicated to Italian-themed crops.

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In this month's issue of Kitchen Garden ... - Rhubarb for rookies plus A-class asparagus - Win great prizes worth over £2704 - Sow peas for early pickings - 7 slug controls on test - A taste of italy fresh from your garden - Meet the hairy bikers Si & Dave talk veg - Get the most from oriental salads - Grow your own cuppa - Reduce garden plastic