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I'm passionate about year round self-sufficiency in veg and seasonal fruit and I've created a lot of systems to help me achieve it quickly and easily.  I'm sharing those systems via videos, my weekly diary, an eBook and free versions of the apps that I've created to help me.

Members get to help me prioritise where I invest my time in the apps, eBook, diary and YouTube content as well as future projects.  Anyone who can't afford to become a member can just email me ([email protected]) and I will add you for free.

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Stuart James Rotman
Stuart James Rotman is now a member.

I am also a seaside Gardner. I have a new 3mx8 walled polytunnel and just getting started. Very inspiring stuff.

Andrew Ellis
Andrew Ellis is now a member.

What an amazing resource you have created. Thank you for sharing. I am battling away in the hills in Aberdeenshire so can't make it year round like yourself. But i look forward to applying a lot of your principles.

Thanks Andrew, still some thing you can grow year round, but you'd need a polytunnel and fleece  : All the best - Steve

Yep. Installed one late last year but too late for putting much in unfortunately. -13 means not a lot grows nov-feb :( 

Just a quick one if I may, as my comments seem to keep disappearing on you tube. I can’t seem to find the caps you use on the fence pins. Could you advise me what term you use in google please? Cheers Andy

They're called Eye Savers Andy, see this section of my eBook www.notion.so/Growing-under-cover-a48de72c83064d07a945eeb111cf7027#611b39d96f2944279627617b2141eb7a  : All the best - Steve

Hi Steve. I found them in your book but eye savers only brings up eye care products. I found rebar end caps which look like they will fulfil the same purpose.  You should do an Amazon referral link to a shopping list from your book. At least for the products you get from there. I reckon quite a few of us will use your lists as a basis for purchases. affiliate-program.amazon.co.uk/

Here you go,  the trick is to add 'canes' to the search www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=eye+savers+canes&ref=nb_sb_noss

Ah so simple. I tried post/pins/sticks etc :) many thanks for that

I've added a link to the ebook now ;-)  I've considered affiliate links, but not got around to it, probably do it in winter  : All the best - Steve

Margie
Margie is now a member.

Was so excited to see how to grow kalettes!

Thanks Margie, they are a favourite crop of mine, just a few weeks of harvest left from mine now  : All the best - Steve

Ian
Ian bought 2 some seeds!s.

Thanks for the support Ian, much appreciated  : All the best - Steve

Leandra
Leandra is now a member.

only just found you! absolutely amazing resources. ive never seen anything so helpful, thanks SO much.

That's very kind of you Leandra,  it's a hobby for wet and windy, winter days, so lots more to come next year  : All the best - Steve