Some generous allotmenteers at Honeybone Allotments in Walthamstow: Tracy and Julie (who gave me a lovely squash) and Andrea (who offered me some of his bounty of tomatoes, but I had to decline as I was on my bike)
For all you growers, here are the seed packets, just in case you need the info on the back. There were some specific questions about Purslane so I found these resources: Growing Eating
Unexpected bonus of this project ?
Very leaky. Tried a 0.8mm nozzle, which was around 3x faster (the layers are thicker) but the strength and holey-ness is much worse. Still, it’s better than this:
Here’s an example from my mum’s back garden. Her pear tree used to suffer from leaf-curl before she started fertilising it with urine. Her neighbour’s tree a few metres away still suffers. Also from the same garden, chrysanthemums suffering from black fly:
Thanks for visiting. More updates soon, but for now: check out the resources, download a PDF info sheet, read about urine, and find out what the project is about.