Plotting and planning on the plot

Hurrah! 201 has new bunting!

And what are we celebrating? Nothing, yet, although the tops of the first earlies have just peeked through the soil so we certainly hope to be celebrating potatoes soon. What we intend to celebrate is the moving of the brassica cage, seen at the bottom left of this photo. Hopefully, when I next post, it will magically appear at top left! We need to move it for crop rotation purposes, so that we don't end up with club root in our brassicas.

However, for that magic to happen, not a little blood, sweat and tears has to happen first. We have to dig it out where it’s bedded in, and then one of us stands one side of the fence, one the other, and we ‘walk’ it up the allotment to its new home. Why do we have to walk it over the fence, which is obviously a complicating factor?

Um, because my wonderful new triumphal arch means we can’t carry it up the path … and we've got crops on both sides of the path that can't be walked on so we can't take it either side of the arch either.

Sigh.

Bit of a planning failure there, eh?

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Posted by The Allotment Blogger on Sunday, April 18, 2010

3 Comments:

Anonymous allotments4you said...

lol on the planning failure...but at lest you don't have to carry it quite as far as I carried my greenhouse!

April 18, 2010 at 1:46 AM  
Blogger Amy said...

hehe sorry to laugh but this really did make me chuckle. Just the sort of planning failures that I usually pull off. I hope you manage to re-position.

April 18, 2010 at 2:27 AM  
Blogger Jo said...

Crop rotation has a lot to answer for.

April 19, 2010 at 4:19 AM  

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