Producing herbs, spices and vegetable matter

Postby alesypalsy » Tue Dec 09, 2008 6:32 am

Excellent stuff, thanks very much, I shall keep my eye on this and when I start to grow next year I shall update.
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sweet potatoes

Postby beardedwonder5 » Tue Dec 30, 2008 9:54 am

As I understand it, potato varieties which succeed in NW Europe don't do well in the tropics. Too much foliar growth, not enough tuber growth. Places like Egypt get around this by growing what are essentially winter spuds. Cooler weather. Perhaps there are varieties which suit hot weather. Perhaps growing at altitude would help.

P.s. If you hack saw your tyres (on both sides) at the point where the reinforcenent starts, and then turn them inside out, you get more cropping area per tyre. But you take your chances with carcinogens.
GOS, yeah!!!
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