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Old 02-10-2017, 04:55 PM   #51
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Fixing to get started tilling it all up. Last year was my first year to try it out and it was a huge success. Had to give away lots of stuff. I'm gonna grow a bigger variety this year.

Anyone know where I can get some straw around Mckinney? Will hay work?
There's a couple different feed stores in Mckinney that should have straw. Any feed store should have it

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If you use hay for mulch to cover for weeds and such, get straw hay and not something like coastal... it will give you more bermuda grass than you'll ever be able to get rid of... Johnson Grass hay would be even worse!!

I got my wife's garden plot tilled up last weekend and added 18 yards of garden mix from Living earth technologies... It sure didn't go far for that much "dirt"!! will make some rows this weekend. She will plant her taters next week... ol' timers at home always planted taters on Valentine's day... Did that last year, and they were going great until we got that first 14" rain in 48 hours... taters rotted in the ground... Hope that don't happen this year....
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Hey can anyone give me on insight on growing peppers in a 5 gallon bucket. Will I we wasting my time? I am wanting to plant jalapeņo habanero ghost pepper and Carolina reaper.


I've had great luck growing peppers in buckets. I just fill the buckets with miracle grow garden soil. Drill a few holes in the bottom for drainage.
If you keep them from freezing in the winter, they will keep growing. It took two years growth before I got a decent amount of reapers.

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Old 02-10-2017, 11:22 PM   #54
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There's a couple different feed stores in Mckinney that should have straw. Any feed store should have it

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If you use hay for mulch to cover for weeds and such, get straw hay and not something like coastal... it will give you more bermuda grass than you'll ever be able to get rid of... Johnson Grass hay would be even worse!!

I got my wife's garden plot tilled up last weekend and added 18 yards of garden mix from Living earth technologies... It sure didn't go far for that much "dirt"!! will make some rows this weekend. She will plant her taters next week... ol' timers at home always planted taters on Valentine's day... Did that last year, and they were going great until we got that first 14" rain in 48 hours... taters rotted in the ground... Hope that don't happen this year....
I talked to one of our customers who sells hay. He said all their stuff is hay grazer that they replant every year and should be free of bermuda and johnson grass. I'm thinking about trying it out. I might also try and get some straw from the feed store in Melissa or Mckinney.

My soil is pretty dang good, but I may mix in some compost just because. Any leads in the same area?
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Ground thawed enough for me to drive my ground stakes on the new greenhouse. Hoping to get the frame and end walls up in the next couple weeks.
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Thanks Scotty looks good. I'm going to the depot today going to pickup some buckets. I noticed you have stick in the center. I was thinking about cages what do you think ?
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Ordered my seeds yesterday from baker seed company, but going to be trying aquaponics instead of my normal dirt garden.


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Thanks Scotty looks good. I'm going to the depot today going to pickup some buckets. I noticed you have stick in the center. I was thinking about cages what do you think ?


Stakes are cheaper. They are actually repurposed pop-up blind support rods.
Cages would work fine too.
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Prepped box beds about 85%, but decided I'm not thinking about planting until we get through Feb. I know this looks like an easy year to get multiple crops in, but I quit messing with winter seedlings.
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Me and the family got some work done today!
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Old 02-11-2017, 03:38 PM   #63
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I am about to get started on some raised beds in Georgetown...gonna do tomatoes, potatoes, peppers and maybe something else...can someone school me on the best berry to grow that will give best yield and lower fuss? Thanks!
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I am about to get started on some raised beds in Georgetown...gonna do tomatoes, potatoes, peppers and maybe something else...can someone school me on the best berry to grow that will give best yield and lower fuss? Thanks!
Blackberry. ..but they tend to take over

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I'm just getting going on prepping and clearing all the growth from last season. ...I'll probably wait till March to plant

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I'm going to give it another month.
Three 4x8 beds and some edges that I'll plant beans, cucumbers, peas, corn in...
And there's no mowin that back yard!
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I've only got about 300 sq. ft. available for a garden due to our postage stamp sized back yard. I'm gonna put down some horse manure (plenty available this political season coming from the left). I'm thinking of planting some green beans and maybe some squash. This will be a project for me and the 4 year old grandson.
Actually that would be ***** manure wouldn't it?
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Old 02-11-2017, 09:34 PM   #68
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Dang shake and bake! Looks like you got that man killer kicking the$&!#out of you. You got rocks in the soil?
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Dang shake and bake! Looks like you got that man killer kicking the$&!#out of you. You got rocks in the soil?


A few rocks but really hard ground especially in the area the video caught. The video only shows half of what I did, I cross tilled it also. It whooped me pretty good I'm feeling it today!
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Have you ordered from them before? Gonna try them out this year.
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I tilled my garden up yesterday and put out 200 onion sets.
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Got my wife's garden plot ready to plant her 'taters. Was going to plant them on Tuesday, but looks like rain and don't have time to get 'em in today so it will be a few days now before she can plant them likely... This is the first year with a garden this size... I hope she knows what she's gettin' herseff into! Whole plot is 20 rows that are 150 feet long...

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Also going to put in a new plot of primocane thronless blackberries so I got that bed ready to go too...

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Now if I could just get rid of all those dang crawfish mounds!! This is my back yard!!

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Got my wife's garden plot ready to plant her 'taters. Was going to plant them on Tuesday, but looks like rain and don't have time to get 'em in today so it will be a few days now before she can plant them likely... This is the first year with a garden this size... I hope she knows what she's gettin' herseff into! Whole plot is 20 rows that are 150 feet long...

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Also going to put in a new plot of primocane thronless blackberries so I got that bed ready to go too...

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Now if I could just get rid of all those dang crawfish mounds!! This is my back yard!!

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That is some good lookin soil! Wish I had a little of it at my place!
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Glad I seen this thread. I've done tomatoes a while now but looking to expand and get a garden in ground this year. Space is an issue for me but I'm hoping to build a small above ground bed
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That is some good lookin soil! Wish I had a little of it at my place!
Yea, it is fertile. Last year's small garden was pretty much a total loss with all the rain... We got a few 'maters and some okrey... Just before the corn was ready, the coons wiped it out in one night!! Momma was NOT a happy camper...

Last year's garden was just a little 50 foot X 100 foot plot... She wanted bigger this year... Like I posted above, I hope she knows what she's gettin' herseff into! She knows I DON'T DO WEEDS, unless I can plow 'em under with the tractor... hoes and rakes don't fit my hand... I'm a southpaw and we ain't got no southpaw gardening tools!
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I planted spinach,kale,different types of lettuces, sugar snap peas before this 1"
Rain came in. After we get some good sun they should start peeking out of the ground soon. All went in my raised beds.
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My wife got her 'taters planted and put out her onion sets before the rain... 'Tater planting was a day early (spos'd to plant 'em on Valentine's Day, but wanted to get ahead of the rain that was predicted) Good thing too as we got at least an inch of rain... That ought to make them 'taters n onions get after it now.

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Got started on some things today. I just hope we don't get a late freeze. We planted tomatoes, squash, egg plant, radish, peppers and beans.

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Got the frame of my GH put up yesterday. Gonna do end walls this weekend then baseboards
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Got started on some things today. I just hope we don't get a late freeze. We planted tomatoes, squash, egg plant, radish, peppers and beans.

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That is awesome!! You indeed had good help! Hope this rain doesn't wash everything away!

We got our thornless blackberry plants in on the side garden. The main garden is already too wet to do anything in, and now it's getting drenched again!!
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Went to the master gardener plant sale Saturday and got my tomato plants and got them in the ground....so far onions went in the ground 1st week of January, tomatoes in place and going to try to plant potatoes in 5 gallon buckets this week, (going to try 6 buckets)......never tried this before but I'm going to see how it goes...
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Well, I am giving a little go at it! Since I'm a little out of the ordinary, that's kinda how I chose my first ones. I got 2 types of Toms (purple cherokee & Mr. Stripey), poblanos (my neighbor has more than enough jalapeņos growin), and "pink lemonade" blueberries all in containers. I also got (3) 4 ft rows of loose-leaf lettuce to try out. We shall see!
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Went to the master gardener plant sale Saturday and got my tomato plants and got them in the ground....so far onions went in the ground 1st week of January, tomatoes in place and going to try to plant potatoes in 5 gallon buckets this week, (going to try 6 buckets)......never tried this before but I'm going to see how it goes...
Was there also Saturday and got my tomatoes. Haven't got em planted yet. Do them in big containers. Have had good luck this way, especially with the Juliet hybrids. Bought 6 of those this year
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I would be scared to death to plant all my summer crops now. With my luck we will get a couple of cold fronts between now and Easter and I would lose everything.
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Yea I'm not even gonna do my starts until late march
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Yea I'm not even gonna do my starts until late march
Well, looking at your location, I don't blame you one bit!

Ol' Timers used to say, "If it thunders in February, it will frost in April." And we've had plenty of thunder this February! When it finally does get dry enough for rubber boots in my wife's garden and she plants, she won't plant nothing that cannot be covered quickly... We had a late frost last year, and saved everything only to lose most of it due to drowning with all the rain... Unfortunately, looks like we're headed that way again, only this year, the rains have started earlier...
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I will get a bit of a jumpstart this year since I'll have a green house. But last year the cold and hail took a big toll on the garden. Hail wiped me out 2 separate times
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But I still won't start seeds till middle to end of march
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looks like that round design you have there will keep the snow from stackin' up too deep on it.
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Ha that's the plan. Think it'll extend my season a little. Still won't be able to do much in the winter but may get me into December or late November now
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Went to the master gardener plant sale Saturday and got my tomato plants and got them in the ground....so far onions went in the ground 1st week of January, tomatoes in place and going to try to plant potatoes in 5 gallon buckets this week, (going to try 6 buckets)......never tried this before but I'm going to see how it goes...
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Went to the master gardener plant sale Saturday and got my tomato plants and got them in the ground....so far onions went in the ground 1st week of January, tomatoes in place and going to try to plant potatoes in 5 gallon buckets this week, (going to try 6 buckets)......never tried this before but I'm going to see how it goes...
My brother usually does a bucket or two. I never have. He's had decent luck. I may try a bucket or two this year as well.
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Anyone planting their garden around the austin area...?

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Y'all have some awesome looking gardens. I started a little late this year putting in raised beds. Hope to get the dirt in them this weekend. I got 6 yards of rose soil from living earth. I've used it before, awesome stuff. [IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170225/3686a87e14980b27984944
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Y'all have some awesome looking gardens. I started a little late this year putting in raised beds. Hope to get the dirt in them this weekend. I got 6 yards of rose soil from living earth. I've used it before, awesome stuff. [IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170225/3686a87e14980b27984944
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Yea I'm not even gonna do my starts until late march
Can you end all your reply's with "Becouse I live in Colorado" ...so you quit throwing us off on every comment ya make.
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I'm working on a 1/2 barrels setup where I don't have to weed my tomatoes and peppers.


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Looks great!
I've never heard of rose soil but it sounds like it will work!

Keep us posted with pics.

Here is my raised bed garden.


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