I had thinned them out by removing the smallest where there were two seedlings in a module so I had 32 strong plants and 15 somewhat weaker plants which were the transplanted seedlings.
I planted out the stronger plants and almost filled the row. Afterwards I unrolled the 1 foot high mesh I keep just to protect young beans from the Red-legged Partridges which in the past have nipped out and eaten the growing points of my young bean plants. I also scattered a few slug pellets along the row, a couple of dozen is all that was needed.
I took the weaker plants home and will keep them going to fill in the end of the row and any failures. They will do better in the greenhouse now I have sprayed it with shading compound to keep it cool in the sun - a very messy job which I shall try to avoid by using shade netting next year. (Anyone want 3/4 bottle of shade mixture?)
I had taken some '60 day' Calabrese plants that were starting to produce flower heads but there was no time to plant them so I shall probably have to re-sow a second batch in larger modules.
I then tackled some of the weeds growing around my Blueberries and into my onions. Most came up with the hoe but there were some big clumps of grass and a few deep-rooted plants of the green manure grass.