We welcome to hear about links to other useful sites. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the site. We will only provide links to other sites if we believe they are in the interest of our members.
We are members of NSALG whose work is predominately representing the allotment movement and providing advice and information to members. Click on the above link which takes you to the Useful Information page where you will find, by scrolling down, a number of useful information leaflets for example on:
Clearing an overgrown plot
Save money - Save water Information on watering crops in the dry season
Creating a new allotment
Handy Hints for New Gardeners
First Steps to Allotment Gardening
Easy Vegetables to Grow
Manures and Fertilisers
Composting and Recycling
What is Potato Blight
There are several useful links on the Council’s website on recycling including the location of Community Recycling Centres (Tips to you and I), “Bonfires”, “Bonfires - Environmentally damaging and anti-social” and composting. Note that the subsidised compost bin offer has now finished. MK Council hope to join a new scheme offering cheap compost bins early in 2010.
Whilst on the subject of composting, this is another useful site.
Want to know which variety is best for as all rounders, boiling, new potatoes, mash, roast, jacket, salad, chips, wedges or dauphenoise then this Potato Council website is worth looking at.
Another Potato Council site the British Potato Variety Database provides information on tuber characteristics, resistance to damage, pests and diseases.
Your health and safety is important read Tetanus Information and make sure you are up to date