tomatoes, lots of them, my harvest, boost ok
Here is 18 kilos of tomatoes harvest, all from my tiny garden.
We had a lot more that we gave away and ate, maybe 5-10 kilos?
I bought 1 plant for 2£, the rest of the plants I had were given to me or grown from seeds.
It grew on between 25 and 30 plants.
The bulk come from 12-15 plants.
I didn't had the right infrastructure and my plants were really falling over everywhere.
I also didn't trim them enough, but I did trim them a fair bit.
The best plants were the one given to me (good grower have lots of very good plants, so they have plenty spare!)
I gave those plant nothing but water (the original growers might have given them stuff tho).
Next up, freezing and making sauce.
If you have a garden and you can give it 10-15 minutes a day, it would be well worth trying planting stuff.
If that too much work, do potatoes, which also give plenty but on less work.
tech debt, legacy, brexit
One thing I've learned that I didn't previously know was that some scottish and northern irish banks are allowed to print pound sterling banknotes even today (that are backed by 1:1 deposits at the Bank of England).
The UK has one of the worst cases of legacy regulations and procedures in the world ("tech debt") but it thinks untangling from 50 years of being part of the EU is easy and fast.
IT TOOK 100+ YEARS TO CENTRALIZE NOTES IN ENGLAND.
@tom well done! (That’s what the community architect says on a rural waterworks project)
@noelle not sure who said that less changes within a year than people expect and more changes within a decade.
@szbalint Well, a saintly halo DOES help answer the eternal question of "Who's a good dog?!?"
@algernon There are only racoons in trench coats