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JOBS FOR THE MONTH

TASKS FOR YOUR VEGETABLE PATCH IN FEBRUARY BY JOYCE RUSSELL
Photos by Ben Russell

10 MINUTE JOBS

CHECK CLOCHES

Check underneath cloches that have covered crops through the winter. Rows may need weeding or feeding and there might be gaps to fill. Woven covers can stay in place for another few weeks – they protect the crops but allow moisture and light to pass through.

BUY SEEDS

Remember to buy seeds for crops that you want to sow later in the year as well as for spring sowing. There may not be much of a choice when you want to sow spinach in August or broad beans in October; buy the seed now so you have it ready when it is the right sowing time.

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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!