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ON THE VEG PATCH

TASKS FOR YOUR VEGETABLE PATCH IN FEBRUARY BY MARTIN FISH

JOBS FOR THE MONTH

It’s fairly quiet in the garden at the moment. Take advantage of this and do a little advanced preparation by writing out plant labels of the vegetables you are intending to grow this year.

10 MINUTES JOBS

SPREAD COMPOST

When you get a little spare time on the plot, start to dig out well-rotted compost from the compost heap or bin and tip it around the garden in piles where needed. If the ground is frozen hard, all the better to prevent making a mess.

WASH POTS AND TRAYS

It’s always good to start the growing season with clean pots and trays, so when it’s too cold or wet to garden, spend a little time in the shed with a bucket of warm, soapy water and give your plant pots and seed trays a good wash.

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In this month's issue of Kitchen Garden... - Win gardening goodies Instant garden borders & more worth £1325 - Curry night grown by you - For the love of veg 10 pages of red hot growing advice - 27 big crops for tiny plots - Veggies from a jam jar - Prepare for spring 3 pages of essential top tips - 10 ways to boost your harvest - Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall