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Here are a few things you can do in your polytunnel in March:

  1. Plant warm-season crops such as tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers in the polytunnel.

  2. Transplant seedlings that have been started indoors into the polytunnel.

  3. Install support structures for your plants such as trellises, cages, or stakes.

  4. Begin fertilizing your plants with a balanced fertilizer to encourage growth.

  5. Continue monitoring the temperature and humidity levels inside the polytunnel and make adjustments as needed.

  6. Keep an eye out for pests and diseases, and take action if you notice any problems.

  7. Start preparing for the upcoming harvest by researching preservation methods for your crops.

  8. Keep an eye on the weather forecast and be prepared to protect your plants if a frost or freeze is expected.

  9. Maintain good ventilation in your polytunnel by keeping the vents open or installing a fan.

  10. Begin planning for the next growing season by researching what you will plant and when.

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