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A number of scientific studies have reported a marked reduction in the levels of some nutrients in a variety of major crops over the past 60 years.

 

In one British study, researchers compared the mineral composition of historical grain collections over a 160 period. They found that while between 1846 and the mid 1960's mineral content remained stable, since that period some key nutrients have seen a significant decrease. This fall coincided with the introduction of high-yielding cultivars.

                           

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Sticky, sweet & incredibly exotic, you might not believe it but uber trendy South American inca berries are infinitely easier to grow than the lowly tomato.

 

If you plant just one fruit crop next year, make this it!

Tired of watching your spuds getting clobbered by blight? Well fear not.

 

Introducing New Zealand Yams, the delicious & super easy-to-grow spud substitutes that come complete with an iron-clad blight resistance. Hooray!

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Based on the most cutting edge scientific research, my new RHS book reveals the secrets to growing crops for measurably improved flavour and nutrition. Translating the geek speak into tips & tricks means anyone can grow

maximum flavour with minimum labour.

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Queen Victoria's favourite fruit. These intensely fragrant berries somehow manage to combine the flavours of wild strawberries, pink guavas and a hint of candy floss. Easily the ultimate foodmile-free exotic fruit.

Doll's house-sized 'watermelons' that taste of pure cucumber with a hint of lime. These little guys are officially the cutest food known to man & oh-so-easy to grow, even for real beginners. Let me show you how to get started.

Hailed as a 'superfood' on the grounds of their antioxidant content, what most non-geeks don't know about blueberries is that their levels of these health promoting compounds actually vary dramatically between cultivars. Some trays on the supermarket shelf may contain far more than nearly identical trays right next to them!

 

 

The homegrown variety 'Rubel', for example, delivers three times the antioxidant payload of supermarket staples like 'Bluecrop'. With these easy-to-grow plants capable of kicking out up to 6kg of berries per year (worth £80 in supermarkets) it's a real no brainer....

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Mega sweet, fuzz-free, mini kiwis that hail from the frozen wastes of Siberia?

 

No, I'm not making it up. Intensely sugary, super easy-to-grow and even hardy down to

-35C, if haribo reinvented the kiwi this would be it!

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Break free from the allotment timewarp of spuds, sprouts and swede & discover the wealth of  foodie possibilities out there.

From saffron to sweet potatoes, I'll show you how to grow incredible

edibles that are perfectly happy in our blustery British climate.

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