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If you have an interest in growing fresh fruit and vegetables in your garden or allotment then Grow it! is the essential read for you. Grow it! brings together the best advice and most inspirational ideas to give you the confidence to grow the best produce possible. Every month Grow it! is packed with all the top tips and expertise you'll need to get you well on your way to food-growing success. Our regular practical team offers timely advice on tasks in the fruit or vegetable garden and greenhouse, and as experts in their field it's advice readers can really trust. Clear explanations of horticultural techniques, product reviews, visits to real grow-it-yourself enthusiasts, question and answer pages, competitions, kids' pages and crop profiles make Grow it! the number one choice for those with a passion for growing their own food.

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