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Mick Dempsey
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Anyone use a polytunnel? I’m thinking of getting a fairly modest size- more or less gave up growing veg in open raised beds as the growing season is so short where I live that success was usually fairly limited! Not to mention cats and the like coming in the night and sh**ing in the newly planted carrots.

 

Thinking a poly tunnel might be the answer...

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1 hour ago, Matthew Storrs said:

Anyone use a polytunnel? I’m thinking of getting a fairly modest size- more or less gave up growing veg in open raised beds as the growing season is so short where I live that success was usually fairly limited! Not to mention cats and the like coming in the night and sh**ing in the newly planted carrots.

 

Thinking a poly tunnel might be the answer...

I use my greenhouse for many other things than toms and bringing on plants. French beans up into the ridge,squash running round the toms along with all my salad crops due to the lack of slugs and snails. Carrots do just fine iv found so i would give indoor growing a thumbs up. 

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