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Old 05-16-2018, 03:45 PM   #351
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What are you using to support them and guide them, a fence between the tposts or wire?
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Are these really sweet?
I have 2 pairs of wires stretched down the t-posts with little spreaders in them so that the lower wires and upper wires are split about 6-8" apart and I try to get the main canes to run up between those wires. I'm going to have to re work them because my wires are stiff and the weight of the berries have pulled the wires/t-posts sort of together making a lot of slack in them. I will have to anchor the end posts so that I can tighten the wires to keep the slack out of them. The plants right now have so many berries on them that they have visibly pulled the t-posts inward toward each other!!

And sweet?? Yes ma'am they are sweet. The longer you leave them to ripen, the sweeter they are... You literally could make a cobbler and not have to add sugar to it.
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Old 05-17-2018, 09:53 AM   #352
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Summer trimmed establishing grapevines yesterday. I decided to try my hand at cooking grape leaves for greens. Sauteed bacon, sausage, red onions and red wine in Dutch oven. The kids did good eating them. I really like the cruch and texture even after wilting.

Between having more babies and the weeds...my formal garden is not happening this year. I enjoy seeing yalls bounty and good looking gardens.
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Old 05-17-2018, 09:55 PM   #353
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Picked about a dozen ripe tomatoes and then picked some green and did a few jars of pickled green tomatoes. Should be good as-is or can take out, batter, and deep-fry for a combo of fries green tomatoes and fried pickles!




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Apparently, I bought some kind of round zucchini. Grows great.....




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cupcake squash maybe?
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U dun grow'd a green punkin!
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Old 05-18-2018, 08:42 AM   #357
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I'm losing all my tomatoes to Mocking Birds. Just pecking holes through all of them. Gussing the only solution is some type of netting.. am i right? (not going to shoot a bunch of mockingbirds).
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Old 05-18-2018, 10:48 AM   #359
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Anyone tried "scare tape" ?
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Old 05-18-2018, 10:50 AM   #360
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Old 05-18-2018, 11:20 AM   #361
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I'm losing all my tomatoes to Mocking Birds. Just pecking holes through all of them. Gussing the only solution is some type of netting.. am i right? (not going to shoot a bunch of mockingbirds).
Pick them when they first start to turn color, set 'em on your counter and they will ripen. I would much rather have vine ripe but never had any luck with that as birds/squirrels take a bunch. Netting is a bigger pain than it is worth in my opinion.
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Old 05-18-2018, 11:24 AM   #362
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Old 05-18-2018, 11:33 AM   #363
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You didn't buy those plants at Homer Depot by chance I have the same thing almost. Supposed to be zucchini
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You didn't buy those plants at Homer Depot by chance I have the same thing almost. Supposed to be zucchini


No sir. Natural gardener in Austin. ‘Ronde De Nice’ variety.


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Old 05-18-2018, 11:52 AM   #365
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My daughter has been following the life of some swallowtail caterpillars that were munching on my dill plant one crawled off to the mint and chrysalised on there which she saw happen that was cool and it just hatched pretty quick after 10 days



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Old 05-18-2018, 11:59 AM   #366
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Pick them when they first start to turn color, set 'em on your counter and they will ripen. I would much rather have vine ripe but never had any luck with that as birds/squirrels take a bunch. Netting is a bigger pain than it is worth in my opinion.


Exactly what we do.


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Old 05-18-2018, 01:16 PM   #367
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What are yall using for a compost set up?
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Old 05-18-2018, 08:25 PM   #368
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This is what I do. Make a big U with bales of hay then fill it in. For me this is mostly horse manure with hay and wood chips then everything from the garden and house. I burned all the leftover firewood and put the ashes on the pile as well. The front is big enough that I can turn it with the front end loader . I'm way tired of turning compost piles by hand. Started this pile last winter. Will start using it this fall.
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Pick them when they first start to turn color, set 'em on your counter and they will ripen. I would much rather have vine ripe but never had any luck with that as birds/squirrels take a bunch. Netting is a bigger pain than it is worth in my opinion.
This is what we do. If I don't catch them in time they get destroyed
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I got a late start but its slowing growing.

Start of a compost pile.
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We have a set up that is kind of like a pyramid plastic container. The city of Fort Worth had them for 60% off a couple years ago. It works but get filled up relatively quick and is a little slow to cook. What we have taken out of there has been great though.
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What is this? Butternut squash?

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Looks like it!
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Old 05-19-2018, 07:37 PM   #374
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Is the grid to help keep the squash off the ground?
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Is the grid to help keep the squash off the ground?
No, it's a square foot garden so I used 1x2 to divide my boxes into square feet.

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Old 05-22-2018, 12:54 PM   #376
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I picked some tomatoes a little early. We have twice this amount in the same stage of ripeness still on the vine and dozens of green. I also pulled a carrot to see how close they are getting. Awesome flavor but I’ll give them another month or so.





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AW ain't that a cute little carrot! But bro, I think you might'a picked just a bit early
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AW ain't that a cute little carrot! But bro, I think you might'a picked just a bit early


Right...at least now we know how “big” they are 🤣. Awesome flavor in that little bite!


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Old 05-24-2018, 08:17 PM   #380
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The pollinator garden is coming along nicely... now if the tomatoes that are set would ripen!







We have more lettuce, Swiss chard, numerous varieties of kale, and red vein sorrel in the garden than salads we can eat. I think I will have to transplant seedlings next year instead of direct seeding, I went overboard this year.

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Old 05-24-2018, 09:19 PM   #381
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Beautiful pollinator garden . Share details as to what you have planted.
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My wheel barrow is growing cilantro and jalapeños. Gonna plant tomatoes onions and watermelon this week
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Old 05-24-2018, 09:27 PM   #383
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I planted several perineal plants and herbs from Lowe’s, but the flowers are the annual and perineal Texas/Oklahoma wildflower blend from American meadows.
Details of the species included can be found here.
https://www.americanmeadows.com/wild...lower-seed-mix

They also have butterfly blends, hummingbird blends, beneficial insect blends, honeybee blends, and even edible wildflower mixes. I bought from them because they sell only 100% pure seed mixes with no fillers. The also don’t sell 2 season old seed... only the most recent year’s crop.


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They are beautiful. Will look them up
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I planted several perineal plants and herbs from Lowe’s, but the flowers are the annual and perineal Texas/Oklahoma wildflower blend from American meadows.
Details of the species included can be found here.
https://www.americanmeadows.com/wild...lower-seed-mix

They also have butterfly blends, hummingbird blends, beneficial insect blends, honeybee blends, and even edible wildflower mixes. I bought from them because they sell only 100% pure seed mixes with no fillers. The also don’t sell 2 season old seed... only the most recent year’s crop.


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Thanks for link. Lookin good I’m gonna have a mound septic put in and was looking for something like this to sprinkle on it


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It's squash season. Wont be long before people start hiding from us afraid we will be bringing more squash for them . Have to give credit to my wife. She is amazingly creative at 1,287,644,429 different ways to prepare squash! Rest of garden on fire as well. Bush beans starting to crank, tomatoes kicking in, just picked the rest of the onions and garlic to cure, all the potatoes are up, egg plant producing, cucumbers rolling,Kale, salad greens collards chard all prolific, lots of beets, berries... and on the list goes.
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It's squash season. Wont be long before people start hiding from us afraid we will be bringing more squash for them . Have to give credit to my wife. She is amazingly creative at 1,287,644,429 different ways to prepare squash! Rest of garden on fire as well. Bush beans starting to crank, tomatoes kicking in, just picked the rest of the onions and garlic to cure, all the potatoes are up, egg plant producing, cucumbers rolling,Kale, salad greens collards chard all prolific, lots of beets, berries... and on the list goes.
That right there is pure-d veggie art! I don't want to jinx her, but though my wife's garden is the latest we've ever done, it's making into the prettiest one so far! As posted earlier in this thread, she's planted over half of it 3 times because of too much rain... Her squash, cukes, peas, peppers, greens (don't have a clue what kind), 'maters all are looking really good...

Those 2 rows of blackberries are going completely nutso! They are about 80 feet long and we're getting 2+gallons of berries off EACH row every 3 to 4 days!! AND they're still blooming! Crazy thing is, wife and daughter planted 2 more rows last weekend!! I can eat just so many cobblers and jelly...
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My bush beans and squash are dying and I’m not sure why the zucchini are producing like crazy but every thing else is just so so.


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It's squash season. Wont be long before people start hiding from us afraid we will be bringing more squash for them . Have to give credit to my wife. She is amazingly creative at 1,287,644,429 different ways to prepare squash! Rest of garden on fire as well. Bush beans starting to crank, tomatoes kicking in, just picked the rest of the onions and garlic to cure, all the potatoes are up, egg plant producing, cucumbers rolling,Kale, salad greens collards chard all prolific, lots of beets, berries... and on the list goes.


How do you like those pattypan squashes? I hear they produce like crazy.

We have only grown yellow and zucchini squash because we just dice or spiralize. The odd shape doesn’t really fit into how we prepare ours.


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How do you like those pattypan squashes? I hear they produce like crazy.

We have only grown yellow and zucchini squash because we just dice or spiralize. The odd shape doesn’t really fit into how we prepare ours.


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They are very productive. I’ve picked 5 or 6 off same Bush in last 3 days. Wife cuts top out ,scallops out inside then stuffs. Spicy lamb, or lentils and rice. Lots of options. Tonight she’s stuffing with ground turkey,quinoa , brown rice onions garlic bone broth, lots of herbs all mixed with innards from squash. Sliced avocado and tomato on top. That of course with fresh picked green beans and salad from the garden

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It's squash season. Wont be long before people start hiding from us afraid we will be bringing more squash for them . Have to give credit to my wife. She is amazingly creative at 1,287,644,429 different ways to prepare squash! Rest of garden on fire as well. Bush beans starting to crank, tomatoes kicking in, just picked the rest of the onions and garlic to cure, all the potatoes are up, egg plant producing, cucumbers rolling,Kale, salad greens collards chard all prolific, lots of beets, berries... and on the list goes.
One day i want to have a garden that is half as productive as yours!
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This makes it all worst it
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Anyone used azomite and if so how and what do you think?
Great looking harvests Rusty, your graden has it going on!

I use Azomite and am very happy with the results. I can’t speak of it exclusively being that I mix it with 2 other products, greensand and minerals plus.

I typically mix the 3 and sprinkle it over my beds when prepping for each growing season. Then just kind of work it into the top layer of compost.
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It's squash season. Wont be long before people start hiding from us afraid we will be bringing more squash for them . Have to give credit to my wife. She is amazingly creative at 1,287,644,429 different ways to prepare squash! Rest of garden on fire as well. Bush beans starting to crank, tomatoes kicking in, just picked the rest of the onions and garlic to cure, all the potatoes are up, egg plant producing, cucumbers rolling,Kale, salad greens collards chard all prolific, lots of beets, berries... and on the list goes.
Black Krim's are awesome!!!
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We added a fertilizer factory to our garden, lol.

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I hope your outside unit doesn't blow up!!
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Me too!

Unit free from vines, thanks for the heads up! That’s wild compost melon!

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A quick look...tomato plants are now right at 7ft tall.

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Dang Johnny, that one healthy looking garden!! ...absolutely beautiful!
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From flooding and having to replant some of the garden 3 times, now we're having to water... but so far, so good! Everything is looking really nice. Crows hit the corn patch right after it started to sprout and they took out some sections of some of the rows, however it didn't end well for them... They got some corn, but they didn't digest those #7 1/2 too well...:

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Still doin' a little berry pickin' too... bout 2 gallons + every 3 days...

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