Competitions & giveaways
Help the environment and save on fuel with Pro-Grow Peat Free composts. Made entirely from recycled green waste, they are among the few products with both Soil Association and PAS100 certification. As the Pro-Grow range is delivered free of charge throughout the UK mainland by CPL Distribution, you don't even need to splash out on a trip to the garden centre.
Ascott Smallholding Supplies has its sights set on a bumper crop of tomatoes this summer, and is recommending its Passata Tomato Pulp Machine (£32.99) to keen gardeners wanting to make the most of their harvest. It separates the tomato pulp from the skins and seeds to make a smooth paste, and can process about 50kg (110lb) of tomatoes an hour. It can also be used for citrus fruits and vegetables, separating out the pith and pips. It has a suction base made of rubber to keep it stable when in use, and a square passata collection bowl.
Avoid the mandatory Sunday trip to the garden centre and order everything you need for your next garden project from the comfort of your own home. www.Garden-Mall.co.uk is one of the UK's fastest-growing garden supply websites and aims to provide everything you need to create your perfect outdoor space.
Adding beneficial fungi to the soil when sowing or transplanting is one of the best ways to help young plants establish. Many professional growers use them, and now gardeners can share the benefits. The Dragonfli range of Boost products is specially formulated to help plants establish, whether in standard or adverse growing conditions.
As far as is known, or has ever been tested, Heat Holders are the warmest thermal socks in the world. With a proven 2.34 tog rating, they are seven times warmer than normal cotton socks.
One of the UK's most comprehensive plant care ranges, botanico, is offering a lucky KG reader the chance to win a whole host of GYO goodies. Growing essentials worth over £300 will help ensure that 2013 brings them a bumper crop of homegrown fruit and veg.
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Current Issue: June 2013
FREE: 2 PACKETS OF SEEDS WORTH £4.25!
♦ Guaranteed success with strawberries
♦ Handy watering gadgets reviewed
♦ We chat to TV's favourite gardener, Monty Don
♦ Revealed: top 20 easy-grow crops for your plot
♦ Toby Buckland's 9 must-grow vegetables
♦ Top container veg: 4-page guide inside
♦ Make more of garlic and broad beans
♦ Win a new Mantis tiller worth £559
• Next issue on sale: June 6, 2013