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Old 01-21-2018, 08:07 AM   #1
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Canít wait for it to warm up!
I spent the winter moving my raised beds to a sunnier spot.
Rainfall will drain away better there too. My garden drowned the last two years due to where I had it.
Added another box for this year as well.
I still have to run the irrigation lines.



Tomato seeds have sprouted an are doing well.


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Too early i guess?
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Details on what's in the boxes. Mixture?
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I have not grown a garden in a really long time. I retired a few months ago and that is on the agenda this spring!! I already bought a tiller that did not run for $30, fixed it for $12 more, so I am primed and ready.
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With the exception of of some habanero peppers and okra my 2017 garden was a bust. Iíll try again this year and probably spend enough money to stock half of San Antonio with veggies so I can have 3 tomatoes and and some peppers.


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Ah, I'm excited this thread came back up. I wanted to start a garden last year and instead ended up with baby number 2. So, she got the feeding and watering priority instead of the yard. That said I've picked out my 2 starting locations at my house and need to clear them soon and get my raised beds put in. But, the idea is to have them actually off the ground by 3 feet or so. ... no idea what I'm going to put in them.
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Glad this thread started. I have habanero jalapeŮos ghost pepper and reapers growing indoors. Bought two led brow lights I have a total of 18 plants started. My peppers and tomatoes did well last year. This is the first time Iíve started with seeds. Scotty did you start yours.
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When did you start yours Scotty
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Old 01-24-2018, 06:39 PM   #10
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My garden is still going. Been covering it every chance of frost. Still picking turnips, beets broccoli and carrots. Brussel sprouts are just now making. Cauliflower never really made enough. I guess in a month I will start over for Spring.
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When did you start yours Scotty
I started my tomato and pepper seeds on January 11. Everything else I'll get in the ground right around the middle of march.
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Well we no longer have an acre of dirt around the house to grow in. In fact when we sold that house back in October there were still jalapeno plants growing from last spring and they were covered in peppers. This year in an HOA driven home we have no chickens, no fish in the pond, no BSF rearing bin but we do have room in the back for a pretty good sized raised bed garden. Hoping to get a weekend free to do some digging and prepping. Planning on tomatoes, peppers, strawberries, cucumbers and a few dozen onions.

We'll see what happens. Good luck to all!!!

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I started my tomato and pepper seeds on January 11. Everything else I'll get in the ground right around the middle of march.
Thatís what Iím shooting for. Do you use a seed starter mix. Iím using miracle grow vegetable mix
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Details on what's in the boxes. Mixture?
I checked into having bulk soil delivered, but the cheapest I could find wanted $180 just in delivery fees. I'm too tight for that.

So...
It has a lot of different stuff in there. I bought everything form Lowes, Home Depot, and Walmart. I used a combination of Stay Green and Miracle Gro potting soil and six different brands of compost. I wanted to get a wide blend of different types of "dirt". The PH tests between 6-6.5.

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Thatís what Iím shooting for. Do you use a seed starter mix. Iím using miracle grow vegetable mix
Just a seed starting mix and peat cups. I bought the heating pads and grow light off of Amazon.
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The only thing in there right now is a Chili Petin that made the move from the original location.
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I always have a "WAY TOO MUCH" garden, so this year I quadrupled it.
Will start my indoor grow next week, with 100 Better Boy tomatoes, 100 tomatillas, 100 TAM jalapenos, and 100 Yolo bells.
My rows are 150' and will have a row of Gold Rush yellow zucchini, a row of Midas 2 straight neck yellow squash, A row of red potatoes, 2 rows of 1015 onions, a row of Blue Lake greenbeans,. a row of DSI greenbeans, A row of Eureka cucumbers, a row of Super 45 cantaloupes, a a row of Mississippi purple brown crowder peas, a row of Jubilee watermelons, and a row of a melon developed by my grandfather that is a orange meat melon....been saving these seeds for years.
After I pull my onions, I'll follow them with my okra.



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Just a seed starting mix and peat cups. I bought the heating pads and grow light off of Amazon.
I bought my lights from amazon as well but heating pads??? Dang it I thought I would be in the cool club with my LEDís. Now ive got to step up my game once again
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I bought my lights from amazon as well but heating pads??? Dang it I thought I would be in the cool club with my LEDís. Now ive got to step up my game once again
Yep, you need to google the marijuana growers.
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Yep, you need to google the marijuana growers.
I actually thought about that before I bought the lights
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Too early i guess?


Im a month behind my seedling starts last year... I probably wonít get 2 harvests of Peppers. :-(

I will be getting seeds in soil on the 2nd


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Just a seed starting mix and peat cups. I bought the heating pads and grow light off of Amazon.


The past couple years I used egg cartons as my starting cups


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Tagging as well. Plan on maters, ghosts, cayenne and cucumber this year. May start up some other stuff in pots.


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I started some tomatoís, jalapeŮos, green chiliís the other day still havenít came up. What kind of light are yíall using? Does it have to be a certain light?


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I started some tomatoís, jalapeŮos, green chiliís the other day still havenít came up. What kind of light are yíall using? Does it have to be a certain light?


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This will be my first year to do an indoor grow.
Been googlin all day to figure this out, and still don't know.
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The heating pads are the most important part in getting the seeds to sprout. Once they are up, turn the heat off and the light on. Keep it real close to the tops of the seedlings so they donít get ďleggyĒ. Water from the bottom. Never on top.
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I bought Cow Pots on Amazon. They are made from recycled cow manure. Iíve never started with seeds this is my first year. Iím sure peat moss cups will be fine. Bought some peat moss cups from depot.going to plant some Boston ivy in them
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The heating pads are the most important part in getting the seeds to sprout. Once they are up, turn the heat off and the light on. Keep it real close to the tops of the seedlings so they donít get ďleggyĒ. Water from the bottom. Never on top.
This is exactly what I've gathered from googling.
If the light is too high, the stems will be thin, as the plants will 'reach' for the light, but if you keep the light low and close, the stalks will be thicker and stronger.
I guess if you can keep heat coming from the bottom, the roots and the stalk will be more robust.
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I’m trying to decide what to plant. Had a good tomato crop last year, still have some brussels and broccoli since the freeze only killed half.

I need to remember to turn the planter box and all all the compost this year
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I got the garden spot turned over before the first big freeze... Sure was glad to get that good cold freeze on it right after turning it over... should help with the weed control and bugs this year... I did shorten the plot a big over last year... those 20 rows 150 feet long were just more than my bride could keep up with... I helped with the tractor and cultivator until the plants got too big to plow... got her a front tine tiller for Christmas... that'll help her keep up with the weeds...

Glad you guys got this going again. Right now we don't have a way to grow indoors, but I plan to help her get that going... bought a small greenhouse from Harbor freight.

Good luck everyone this year!
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Glad this thread started. I have habanero jalapeŮos ghost pepper and reapers growing indoors. Bought two led brow lights I have a total of 18 plants started. My peppers and tomatoes did well last year. This is the first time Iíve started with seeds. Scotty did you start yours.
How do the reapers do? I want to grow some but don't think I have a long enough growing season. I would have to start them early inside.

This guy I know says he can eat one. Said well I'll try to grow some.
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How do the reapers do? I want to grow some but don't think I have a long enough growing season. I would have to start them early inside.



This guy I know says he can eat one. Said well I'll try to grow some.


Reapers are slow and donít produce near as much as other peppers.
Between ghost and reapers last year, we had 51 pounds of hot peppers. The ghosts were BY FAR the majority of that.


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I worked over half my garden this week with the tractor to get ready for potato planting around Valentines day!
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I moved back to the piney woods approx three years ago after retiring. Most of the folks around here seem to believe the mushroom dirt is the way to go.
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Just got a new house so I'm real short on money. I plan on making 4 raised beds 4'x4'x1' out of pallets and lining them with landscape fabric. I've got one mostly assembled (just need to go get some more screws).
This is my first year to do a garden, but I ordered my seeds this week and plan on starting some inside once they arrive. I also have a heating mat and grow lights on the way.
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Yea I am ready for spring myself and to put some seeds in the ground!
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I just started looking at prices of compost, vermiculite, and peat moss
I should have started with chickens on the homestead instead of a garden! I'm probably going to have to downgrade the size of my garden this year
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Our bell pepper plants from last year finally bit the dust when we had a freeze in December. Time to clean all the beds out and start looking at what we are going to do this year.

Never done potatoes before, how soon do I need to get them in the ground?
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Yanking the last of the salads, kale, broccolli and green onions out this weekend and will be starting some tomatoes indoors under a standard garage fluorescent light. Also going to get the soil ready for the new plants. I don't till my soil any longer....I just add more red wigglers and compost to the top. A successful lesson I learned while researching the back to eden gardening.
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I'm a month behind, haven't started seeds yet unfortunately. I think I'll store the seeds and order some seedlings to catch up. I have 1 4x8 bed right now and a dozen pots. I think I need another 4x8 and a picket fence to keep the dogs out this season.
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Our bell pepper plants from last year finally bit the dust when we had a freeze in December. Time to clean all the beds out and start looking at what we are going to do this year.

Never done potatoes before, how soon do I need to get them in the ground?
Most folks plant taters in the ground on Valentine's Day... But you can plant 'em anytime within a month of that and still make taters before it gets too hot... Then plant 'em again in the Fall (around September) for fall taters...

You'll get bigger taters if you mix in potash (ashes out your fireplace or fire pit) with the soil around the eyes when you plant them... If you don't have that, you can use plain old lime... either of those will keep the soil loose around the roots and let the taters have more room to grow and get bigger without gettin' "pithy" in the middle...
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Most folks plant taters in the ground on Valentine's Day... But you can plant 'em anytime within a month of that and still make taters before it gets too hot... Then plant 'em again in the Fall (around September) for fall taters...

You'll get bigger taters if you mix in potash (ashes out your fireplace or fire pit) with the soil around the eyes when you plant them... If you don't have that, you can use plain old lime... either of those will keep the soil loose around the roots and let the taters have more room to grow and get bigger without gettin' "pithy" in the middle...
Nice! Thanks for the info, I have tons of ash from the fireplace I can use.
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I found that TSC had nice bags of seed potatoes last year. Purple, Yukons, reds, and a few more. It's about time to pull up winter stuff and get mine going. Looks like a good time to spray some Medina this week. Good tip on the ashes. I forgot to do that last year. I've picked up a lot of bags of leaves and the compost piles always is going. I need to build a growing house, but it's just one of those things I haven't gotten to yet. Good stuff on here.
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Looking good, Scotty! I still have Jalepeno's that have survived the frost and deer infestation, and are still producing. Now that we are finishing our fence and goat pen, I can finally break ground and plant more than just peppers and herbs.
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Geez.. I wasnt going to start my tomatoes till Feb. This next week Im off and will be rebuilding the greenhouse. The PVC hoops didnt hold but I didnt expect it to last forever.
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I’m going to add some more mushroom compost to my beds next week. I planted tomatoes last year on Feb. 7th, jalapeŮos on 3/1. Shooting for the same time frame this year, it was nice to beat the bugs for a change!
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Dang I'm behind! I need to get my compost spread and get mine tilled!

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I need to either build some hoops or put some Christmas lights out. Last year the birds tore up my tomatoes.
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The only thing in there right now is a Chili Petin that made the move from the original location.
How do you keep the tomato horn worms off your peppers?

Over Thanksgiving I brought some chiltepin plants home from my mom's in the Valley and they were eaten to sticks in about a week.
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