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Harvest currants as they ripen. If the weather is wet, it is better to pick individual ripe fruits rather than wait for a whole bunch to ripen and risk the ripest ones bursting and falling to the ground.


Sweetcorn plants rely on the wind to scatter pollen to nearby plants. This is why they are usually planted together in a block. In calm weather

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