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Ministry of Agriculture Allotment & Garden Guide


Ministry of Agriculture Allotment and Garden Guide June 1945 page 1

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      VOL. 1 No. 6

JUNE - 1945


 

June 1945

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Ministry of Agriculture
Allotment & Garden Guides Index

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The Allotment DVD
The delights of having an allotment. 15 programmes as seen on ITV. Suit new and established growers. Seasonal guide, top gardening tips, fascinating food facts and insights into what's really in those sheds! 

THE ALLOTMENT SERIES was first shown on ITV 1 West
 

Allotments UK and other related allotment links

 

   

It is the month of June,
The month of leaves and roses,
When pleasant sights salute the eyes,
And pleasant scents the noses."

 
       woman picking a rose

To the poet "June rose by May dew impearled" may have been among the possible best things in the world; but in these strictly utilitarian times we gardeners and allotment holders may feel that the sight of our vegetable plot coming along nicely with a variety of crops is not only a distinctly pleasant sight but a solid insurance premium against that threatened world food shortage which has now become a reality.

  The Minister of Food has told us that this will be the tightest of the war years so far as food supplies are concerned, so readers of this Guide, who are undoubtedly the "wise virgins" of the parable, will be patting themselves on the back that they did not rest on their spades, but continued to "Dig for Victory"––not only victory in the fighting war, but victory in the economic struggle for existence that will be the aftermath of war.

man with head of cabbage

 
   

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