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■ Reduce watering a little and aim for a less humid atmosphere

■ Support stems and pick peppers as soon as they reach a good colour

■ Watch out for moulds and blight: remove affected leaves as soon as you spot them

■ Plant out and make sowings for the winter

■ Remove lower tomato leaves

■ Close doors and windows on cold nights

■ Remove crops that have finished and get new ones into the space

■ Keep harvesting and use

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