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Growing & Forcing Rhubarb, How-to Video


 
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 8:46 pm    Post subject: Growing & Forcing Rhubarb, How-to Video Reply with quote

Growing & Forcing Rhubarb, How-to Video

Video features....
Ground preparation for rhubarb
Organic matter worked into the soil and base of planting hole.
Clumps of rhubarb outside being forced into early growth using a terracotta forcing pot.
Excluding light from the new shoots which forces them to grow tall and light pink in colour.



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