5.8.39.

Raining almost continuously until about 6.30pm. Parts of the day rain extremely heavy. Baldock high street said to have been flooded. Marrows swelling very rapidly. French & runner beans 3” or 4” long. Apples growing very fast.
Cylinder of calor gas, started 7.7.39, gave out yesterday (27 days). Started new cylinder today.
9 eggs (2 small). Sold 30 @2/6 score. Total this week: 77 of which 15 small.

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3 Responses to 5.8.39.

  1. From Wikipedia ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calor ): “Calor Gas is a brand of bottled butane and propane which is available in Britain. It comes in cylinders, which have a special gas regulator. Calor was formed in 1935. Calor is the UK’s leading supplier of LPG (liquefied propane gas).”

  2. Konifuji says:

    Feasted on my First runners of the year last night. All of the girls in the neighbourhood were desperate to get their hands on my tasty 15 inchers.

  3. Roving Thundercloud says:

    We just ate our first batch of homegrown green beans too (Blue Lake bush beans, but next year we will do Kentucky Wonder pole beans for higher yield). I had forgotten, and was surprised, by how sweet and tender they are when fresh off the vine.

    Still hoping for rain to clear the dirty air after last week’s horrific onslaught of 105+ temperatures. Normally, western Oregon is a lot like England in terms of weather and gardening, but it was more like east Texas last week!

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