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Digital Subscriptions > Kitchen Garden Magazine > 257 - Febraury 2019 > THE CULTIVATED PLOT: LET BATTLE COMMENCE!


Graham and Sally Strong show the brambles who’s boss as they start to clear their new site
A mini digger will scrape off the worst of your surface vegetation
A couple of hours with the strimmer revealed the bones of the plot

Last month I introduced you to our ‘forever’ plot, a 600 square metre strip of land that had slipped back into the hands of Mother Nature. It wasn’t the prospect of getting a 50% discount next year for taking on an overgrown plot that attracted us, more the open aspect, free-draining soil, closeness to home and tall hedges that lend shelter and privacy. Now we are into serious ground preparation.

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Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine In this issue: Future-Proofing at Ferris Farm Gaby Bartai meets a gardener who is creating a vegetable plot that can rise above future health challenges. Veg of the Month - Parsnips KG editor Steve Ott loves parsnips and brings you his top tips for success. Safe and Secure Upgrade your garden security with some 21st century products, says KG editor Steve Ott. And much more!