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Author Topic: How do you store your crops for winter?  (Read 11171 times)


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Re: How do you store your crops for winter?
« Reply #30 on: March 09, 2011, 11:09:08 pm »
I dont think cabbage root fly has got to shetland yet, I have never had a problem . They will be coming out for soup or the chooks now anyway as I need to prepare the bed ready for May planting.I dont freeze carrots as I dont like them , the last of the leeks went in the freezer so now I just have parsnips and cabbage to eat up from the garden


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