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    • By One-Eye 8th Jul 17, 7:07 PM
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    E: 17/08 Win a set of 10 Gardman Moulton Mill garden tools
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    • 8th Jul 17, 7:07 PM
    E: 17/08 Win a set of 10 Gardman Moulton Mill garden tools 8th Jul 17 at 7:07 PM
    Grow Your Own August

    Which crop features on page 24 of the August issue of Grow Your Own?

    answer = KOHLRABI

    Moulton Mill garden tools have all been beautifully crafted and built to last, and as a mark of the quality and craftsmanship, the range carries a guarantee of up to 15 years. Aimed at both new and experienced gardeners, Moulton Mill tools are both reliable and comfortable to use as they are made from rust resistant stainless steel with ergonomically shaped handles. The digging tools are weight tested up to 95kg, too. This range is one that any gardener is proud to own as they make tasks effortless and enjoyable. Enter GYO’s competition to get your hands on the 10 tools in this bundle, including a digging fork and spade; a lawn edger; dutch hoe; and a long-handled trowel, fork, weed knife, cultivator, three-edged hoe and bulb planter.

    The end date has been changed as these have a history of closing early
    Thanks to fire**fly for the PM.
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