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- Mon Jan 29, 2018 7:50 pm
- Forum: Herbs and Vegetables
- Topic: Flavour of supermarket veg
- Replies: 8
- Views: 266
Nope so the answer is to go to local producers who grow crops to suit local conditions and work in season. You won't get home grown tomatoes in January mind which might shock a lot of the population of the UK but you will get decently tasting veg.
Just take off all the cellotape and brown tape before you use it Tony - that's a right pain to take out of a compost heap (been there, done that, got the tee-shirt and learned rude words sorting it out)
All you ever wanted to know about composting - it's a bit of reading but it's the best guide I've met and I have a well composted allotment to prove it. But the best bit of it all is the bit on Compostable / biodegradable / degradable materials & what to do with them Not that this deals with waxed ...
Waxed boxes don't compost in my experience. Tried and failed. Maybe I'm just not that advanced at composting. Oh and shiny tape of all sorts fails as well (the brown stuff that seals boxes and sellotape).
- Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:02 am
- Forum: But what can I do?
- Topic: The not buying new compact?
- Replies: 5
- Views: 431
Ah the old sofa! People are now trying to sell their old soggy bottomed ones on Facebook or offload on Freecycle. Not sure I'd want a second hand 10 year old Ikea chair or sofa but never mind. The unit that upcycled things was a good place as it did take and work up ugly old wooden units - not the o...