Allotment Gardening Organic Compost Additive.



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Why not give your Allotment Garden an Organic Natural Additive! Want to get your allotment to produce amazing veg next year in your garden… then start adding in this organic additive to boost your garden and make it look amazing with wow factor. I live close to the sea and use nature’s finest additive to make my allotment sing. Add it any time to the compost bin in your allotment or use straight on your garden as a mulch.

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Below is what I use:

Main Camera: Panasonic HC-VX1 4K: This never lets you down and produces great wide stunning shots in 4K

Second Camera: GoPro Hero Black 7: This IS THE camera if you have an allotment. It is by far the best and easiest to use – video is stunning!!!

Third Camera: Note 9: If I have no camera and need video… this is a great video caperture phone – 4K is stunning.

Main Mic: RØDE VideoMic Pro+ Microphone – Black: The quality is unmatched.

Second Mic: Rode Smartlav+ Lavalier Microphone: Back up if the wind is too great

Indoor Mic: PR 40: Omph – if you are going into this for real – audio is even more important that video. This mic is a dream sound.

27” iMac: I have used Macs all my life – not one has let me down. Rock solid with rock solid software. I use Apple’s Final Cut Pro

Main Tripod: K & F Concept Tripod: I have tried all so many tripods some way way more expensive. This one is great, lightweight… but opens tall enough to still get me in the shot and I am 6” 4”!

Second Tripod (for GoPro Hero 7) Joby GorillaPod SLR-Zoom: This is the idea tripod when in allotment as you can stick it anywhere and record great shots

Light: Neewer 176 LED 5600K: I use this all the time now great for dull days (we get lots of those).

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No dig allotment. August planting seeds. What seeds am I planting this month.



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Planting out August seeds to see us through into 2019

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A few folk have asked about the equipment I use to record my videos and how I get the buttery smooth shots – I’d like to say it’s me but alas it’s not me – it’s the equipment.

Below is what I use:

Main Camera: Panasonic HC-VX1 4K: This never lets you down and produces great wide stunning shots in 4K

Second Camera: GoPro Hero Black 7: This IS THE camera if you have an allotment. It is by far the best and easiest to use – video is stunning!!!

Third Camera: Note 9: If I have no camera and need video… this is a great video caperture phone – 4K is stunning.

Main Mic: RØDE VideoMic Pro+ Microphone – Black: The quality is unmatched.

Second Mic: Rode Smartlav+ Lavalier Microphone: Back up if the wind is too great

Indoor Mic: PR 40: Omph – if you are going into this for real – audio is even more important that video. This mic is a dream sound.

27” iMac: I have used Macs all my life – not one has let me down. Rock solid with rock solid software. I use Apple’s Final Cut Pro

Main Tripod: K & F Concept Tripod: I have tried all so many tripods some way way more expensive. This one is great, lightweight… but opens tall enough to still get me in the shot and I am 6” 4”!

Second Tripod (for GoPro Hero 7) Joby GorillaPod SLR-Zoom: This is the idea tripod when in allotment as you can stick it anywhere and record great shots

Light: Neewer 176 LED 5600K: I use this all the time now great for dull days (we get lots of those).

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Planting Christmas Potatoes at the Allotment. Growing Potatoes in Pots



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These were the pots 50 Litre Plastic Plant Pots (Heavy Duty with handles) Pack of 5 (a975)

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A few folk have asked about the equipment I use to record my videos and how I get the buttery smooth shots – I’d like to say it’s me but alas it’s not me – it’s the equipment.

Below is what I use:

Main Camera: Panasonic HC-VX1 4K: This never lets you down and produces great wide stunning shots in 4K

Second Camera: GoPro Hero Black 7: This IS THE camera if you have an allotment. It is by far the best and easiest to use – video is stunning!!!

Third Camera: Note 9: If I have no camera and need video… this is a great video caperture phone – 4K is stunning.

Main Mic: RØDE VideoMic Pro+ Microphone – Black: The quality is unmatched.

Second Mic: Rode Smartlav+ Lavalier Microphone: Back up if the wind is too great

Indoor Mic: PR 40: Omph – if you are going into this for real – audio is even more important that video. This mic is a dream sound.

27” iMac: I have used Macs all my life – not one has let me down. Rock solid with rock solid software. I use Apple’s Final Cut Pro

Main Tripod: K & F Concept Tripod: I have tried all so many tripods some way way more expensive. This one is great, lightweight… but opens tall enough to still get me in the shot and I am 6” 4”!

Second Tripod (for GoPro Hero 7) Joby GorillaPod SLR-Zoom: This is the idea tripod when in allotment as you can stick it anywhere and record great shots

Light: Neewer 176 LED 5600K: I use this all the time now great for dull days (we get lots of those).

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I’m going Garlic crazy – planting garlic in allotment and pollytunnel. Garden jobs for October



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Planting my garlic for next year. Here is the Garlic Farm’s address where I got my UK garlic from: The variety was Solent

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A few folk have asked about the equipment I use to record my videos and how I get the buttery smooth shots – I’d like to say it’s me but alas it’s not me – it’s the equipment.

Below is what I use:

Main Camera: Panasonic HC-VX1 4K: This never lets you down and produces great wide stunning shots in 4K

Second Camera: GoPro Hero Black 7: This IS THE camera if you have an allotment. It is by far the best and easiest to use – video is stunning!!!

Third Camera: Note 9: If I have no camera and need video… this is a great video caperture phone – 4K is stunning.

Main Mic: RØDE VideoMic Pro+ Microphone – Black: The quality is unmatched.

Second Mic: Rode Smartlav+ Lavalier Microphone: Back up if the wind is too great

Indoor Mic: PR 40: Omph – if you are going into this for real – audio is even more important that video. This mic is a dream sound.

27” iMac: I have used Macs all my life – not one has let me down. Rock solid with rock solid software. I use Apple’s Final Cut Pro

Main Tripod: K & F Concept Tripod: I have tried all so many tripods some way way more expensive. This one is great, lightweight… but opens tall enough to still get me in the shot and I am 6” 4”!

Second Tripod (for GoPro Hero 7) Joby GorillaPod SLR-Zoom: This is the idea tripod when in allotment as you can stick it anywhere and record great shots

Light: Neewer 176 LED 5600K: I use this all the time now great for dull days (we get lots of those).

DISCLAIMER: My recommendations description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!

Allotment build – compost bin upgrade. Garden tidy up. Part 1



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We all have that ugly spot in our allotments or gardens – mine is the compost bins. It’s time to upgrade then to make this a fully working no dig allotment.

These are the bags I used:

Go on… tidy that garden and grow amazing veg :0)

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A few folk have asked about the equipment I use to record my videos and how I get the buttery smooth shots – I’d like to say it’s me but alas it’s not me – it’s the equipment.

Below is what I use:

Main Camera: Panasonic HC-VX1 4K: This never lets you down and produces great wide stunning shots in 4K

Second Camera: GoPro Hero Black 7: This IS THE camera if you have an allotment. It is by far the best and easiest to use – video is stunning!!!

Third Camera: Note 9: If I have no camera and need video… this is a great video caperture phone – 4K is stunning.

Main Mic: RØDE VideoMic Pro+ Microphone – Black: The quality is unmatched.

Second Mic: Rode Smartlav+ Lavalier Microphone: Back up if the wind is too great

Indoor Mic: PR 40: Omph – if you are going into this for real – audio is even more important that video. This mic is a dream sound.

27” iMac: I have used Macs all my life – not one has let me down. Rock solid with rock solid software. I use Apple’s Final Cut Pro

Main Tripod: K & F Concept Tripod: I have tried all so many tripods some way way more expensive. This one is great, lightweight… but opens tall enough to still get me in the shot and I am 6” 4”!

Second Tripod (for GoPro Hero 7) Joby GorillaPod SLR-Zoom: This is the idea tripod when in allotment as you can stick it anywhere and record great shots

Light: Neewer 176 LED 5600K: I use this all the time now great for dull days (we get lots of those).

DISCLAIMER: My recommendations description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!

Don’t Make The Gardener Go To Allotment. Gardening is not fun in this weather.



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Don’t Make Gardener Go To Allotment. Gardening is not fun in this weather.

It has rained now for a couple of days in the allotment garden. With no sign of let up. As a gardener it’s not much fun down the garden or allotment in this weather but duty call and off I go gardening!

The matt I use for my knees :0)

PLANTING OUT RUNNER BEANS



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Although i say in the intro to this video it climbing and dwarf french beans i also plant Butter Beans which are a type of Runner Bean grown especially for there larger sized beans
The easiest was for most of us for most of us to increase the amount of space we have to grow in is to grow plants vertically. Beans in their many varieties will do this as there normally method of growing is to climb up a support. I filmed this a few weeks ago and will be doing an update shortly to show you how they are growing.

Mark Abbott-Compton

Ten Minute Gardener

MuddyBootz Allotment #128 – Potatoes Galore – Surprise Harvest – Wiggly Wigglers – Planting Shallots



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With the winter weather approaching, the remainder of the potatoes start to get harvested from the beds. A bonus crop is a surprise when the xmas potato bucket is emptied. The Wiggly Wiggler Worm Composter is moved indoors and insulated. Finally, Shallots are given an early start inside of the allotment greenhouse….Sit back and ENJOY!!!

Allotment Garden Tour November 2018. Gardening Allotment walk through



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Join me for allotment garden tour for November 2018. There’s still so much gardening to be done but why not join me today for the first tour in November of the allotment garden walk through.

All things are going on still in the garden allotment. Summer veg still growing. Winter veg coming through nicely in the garden. The allotment is looking lovely on this fine November day. Join me as I take you on a tour of our vegetable plot down on the allotment. If you like gardening – join me and don’t forget to ask your gardening and allotment questions if you have any.
Tony

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Sean’s Allotment Garden Derby Lane 157: Annual Movie 2013



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Planning a Fruit Garden – How to Make a Low Maintenance Fruit Garden



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If you struggle to find the time to maintain a vegetable garden, then planning a low-maintenance fruit garden could be the answer.

When planning a low maintenance garden, there are some simple guidelines to follow which can improve the overall health of your plants and increase your harvest.

In this video you’ll learn the best positions for your fruit plants, how to protect them from pests, plus we explain effective maintenance techniques to keep your plants healthy.

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Rachael’s Allotment | I’m in Kitchen Garden magazine (and also planting garlic)



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I’M IN KITCHEN GARDEN MAGAZINE! Maybe I’m saying that too much …! Feels like a big deal, a national magazine, little ol’ me!

On the plot though, I’m busy with the winter tidy and weeding, plus getting some new crops in the ground by the way of the garlic, which will hopefully be ready to harvest in June or July 2019.

Happy gardening!

Rachael x

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Sean’s Allotment Garden Derby Lane 39: Planting Petunia plug plants (March)



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Europe Gardens | U.K. Allotment | STOW-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire | Travelogue



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Kaye and Marie tour Cat and John’s allotment in Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, U.K. Consider becoming a patron of this channel. Thank you!

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Allotment Diary : How to grow Leeks : Planting out



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Time to transplant the Leek plants into their final growing positions outside on the allotment.
I like to plant them out when they’re about 12-18″ tall into holes about 6″ deep.
The depth of the hole determines the length of the blanched stem you’ll get when harvesting.
If you don’t bury the stem then it’ll grow green and be bitter.
So , basically using a dibber, make a hole 6″ deep or deeper and simply drop a plant into the hole and water in ensuring you don’t fill the hole up with soil.
I plant them out quite close as I’m not bothered about them being too big and I like to clear the land by Winter time.
If you want bigger leeks then increase the planting spacings to a foot apart in the row and anything up to 2 feet between the rows to give them maximum space and let them grow as big as possible.

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The Allotment Garden – December 2016 – A Christmas message and look back through the year



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Our Christmas message and annual look back at the growing year 2016.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thank you for all your support. I hope you all enjoy the video and thank you for watching!

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