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Kitchen Garden is Britain’s best guide to on how to grow your own food. It offers down-to-earth advice from the finest minds in gardening to make sure you get the tastiest produce from your plot. There are tips on how to grow your own wide range of fruit and vegetable crops and how to control troublesome pests plus what to do on your plot each month.

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Kitchen Garden is Britain’s best guide to on how to grow your own food. It offers down-to-earth advice from the finest minds in gardening to make sure you get the tastiest produce from your plot. There are tips on how to grow your own wide range of fruit and vegetable crops and how to control troublesome pests plus what to do on your plot each month.

    84 The Runner Bean Competition

    84 The Runner Bean Competition

    Emma, Tony and Steve gather together online to discuss who could win their longest runner bean competition! They discuss their progress in the challenge and share some tips and advice on growing them.
     
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    • 20 min
    83 Plums and Damsons

    83 Plums and Damsons

    This week's Kitchen Garden Magazine podcast is a guide to common pests, diseases and other problems that could affect plums and damsons. Sit back and listen to the expertise of Guy Barter, chief horticultural adviser for the RHS, read by Rachel Atkins.
     
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    • 5 min
    82 Growing Veg in Small Spaces

    82 Growing Veg in Small Spaces

    The Kitchen Garden team are back to discuss fruit and vegetables that you can grow in small spaces. The gang discuss beans, growing carrots in pots, Steve's plan for some pea pod wine and much more!
     
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    • 19 min
    81 Grow a salad bar

    81 Grow a salad bar

    Watery iceberg lettuce and under-ripe tomatoes, anyone? Not on your nelly! Grow your own salad bar and give the limp and lacklustre the
    heave-ho. Written by Benedict Vanheems, read by Rachel Atkins.
     
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    • 13 min
    80 What Have we Been Sowing?

    80 What Have we Been Sowing?

    This week the team are back with another video call catch up and have a chat about what they've been sowing recently and their runner bean competition!
     
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    • 17 min
    79 Sweet and Savoury Corn

    79 Sweet and Savoury Corn

    Corn ranges from savoury to super sweet, yellow to blue, giant growers to hip high minis – it’s not just sweetcorn! It has always been a staple of native Indians in the United States, with most corn varieties actually being more savoury in flavour and used as a ‘starch’ – like potatoes – for many meals. Many have a richer, rounder flavour, almost like chestnuts. This is totally different to some modern, one dimensional sweetcorns which are just sweet with little flavour. Written by Rob Smith, read by Rachel Atkins.
     
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    • 10 min

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