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Original Post by Mr Chubbs

Trimming Leeks

<p>Hi All</p>
<p>Quick question. Is it beneficial to trim my leeks having  transplanted them into my raised beds? Will this encourage thicker stems. They are currently about 6" above ground. </p>

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