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to turn over each plot in good time as it becomes vacant. Every frosty night will improve the workability of the soil. Some beginners will be wondering whether or not to leave some of the savoy stalks in the ground to let them send up a crop of spring
greens later. Well, if you can spare the site it is rather a good thing to leave some of these cabbage stumps, cutting them cross
wise at the top. There will be quite a luxuriant growth from these in April and May, after which they flower and the growth is hater. Then the site can be cleared, dug over and manured. and sown a week later with dwarf french beans or peas or runners.
But I only recommend this practice with