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Watering

Postby Colin2016 » Sun Apr 18, 2021 8:53 am

Out with the dog looking at newly ploughed/planted fields and wondered how they get away without watering newly planted seeds/plants.

Seems the experts say give your new seeds/plants a good watering when first planted.

When planting last week I noticed tops of the beds are dry but further done very damp so perhaps I do not need to water them in?
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Re: Watering

Postby snooky » Mon Apr 19, 2021 5:56 pm

Colin.
You are in the same position as me,beds dry on top damp underneath.I've chosen not to water just yet whilst hard night frosts are still forecast.
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