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Schools will be returning to start their new year and this month is a good time for gardening clubs to get to work again. Plots are likely to look neglected after the summer holidays and the first job is to clear the debris and harvest onions and shallots. Where beans and tomatoes still have healthy leaves, pick everything that is ready or over, water well and give a dilute feed to encourage more pickings. Cleaned soil can be lightly forked over, ready to sow lettuce and mixed leaves so fresh salads can he picked in about six weeks time.

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