P268 CEEFAX 268 Tue 22 Jul 21:22/00              JOBS FOR THE WEEK Rose suckers should be removed as soon as they are visible. These are shoots growing up from the roots. Cut back as far as possible to aid growth in the main plant. For the same reason mild pruning should be carried out on fruit shrubs and trained fruit trees, carefully cutting unproductive shoots. Any crops carrying heavy fruit or vegetables should have straw placed round the base to stop damp and pests getting at them. Garden Manners - 269
P268 CEEFAX 268 Tue 22 Jul 21:10/14 should be carried out on fruit shrubs and trained fruit trdes, cardfully cutting unproductive shoots. Any crops carrying heavy frpht or 6dgetables should have straw placed round the base to stop damp and pests getting at them. Garden Manners - 269
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