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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.


I havenít had a problem with them. Only squash bugs. Every year. I think Iím going to call in a chemical strike this year.
I have Chili Petins growing wild on my lease. If you want a few more plants to try, let me know the next time youíre in Austin and Iíll hook you up.
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I hate squash bugs!!! I get them off as soon as I see them, but they sometimes have a virus that ends up killing the squash anyways.


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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.
I check my plants daily. Usually just pick them off by hand. If I had a large garden, I guess sevin dust would be the answer.
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I hate squash bugs!!! I get them off as soon as I see them, but they sometimes have a virus that ends up killing the squash anyways.


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I havenít had a problem with them. Only squash bugs. Every year. I think Iím going to call in a chemical strike this year.
I have Chili Petins growing wild on my lease. If you want a few more plants to try, let me know the next time youíre in Austin and Iíll hook you up.


Iíd love some native pepper plants. Iím in Austin now.


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This is the only thing I have started for this year. As you can see in the background, we hmgoy some white stuff.
This is my Berkeley tie dye pink which I kept as a cutting over winter. Gonna chop it up for new starts pretty soon.
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How do you keep the tomato horn worms off your peppers?
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I had really good luck with the Dr. Earth Organic Vegetable Spray they sell at Lowes and Home Depot last season. I was weary of anything that is "organic" but it worked great. Smells like hot chili peppers ironically.
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Got my onions planted about 3 weeks ago they are doing very well
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Waiting to plant my tomatoes and other vegetables the first half of February after the last freeze.
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I just finished up deer season and can't wait to get garden going. The winter garden was a bit of a bust as temps in the low teens killed broccoli, cauliflower , lettuces, greens etc. Replanting most of that today .

I have 8 rows 4'X40 '. Keep an organic garden going year round. Plus every fruit tree that grows in La. Suspect low temps killed all my citrus. Will replant...again.
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Old 02-03-2018, 09:57 AM   #61
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The irrigation system is plumbed in.
Broccoli, onions, carrots and asparagus are in the ground.



Tomatoes are growing like weeds.



Pepper seeds donít want to germinate. Guess Iíll have to buy those from a nursery. Oh well.
Come on March 7th!
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Looking good Scotty!


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I planted my seeds middle of January under a grow light. I’ve got nothing. I didn’t use a heat padd but they are in a bathroom that stays warm. Should I be seeing plants by now ?
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I would think so. The temp needs to be 75-80 to germinate. The heating pads make a BIG difference. I used a back heating pad before I bought the ones designed for plants. Just be sure to not get it wet. Might get a shock!
And keep the soil real moist.

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Old 02-03-2018, 01:58 PM   #65
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Yea I’ve got the soil moist. Is it too late to start with a pad. Also when using do I keep it on all,the time ?
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Yea Iíve got the soil moist. Is it too late to start with a pad. Also when using do I keep it on all,the time ?


I read where you donít have to, but I do. The light doesnít help them germinate. Thatís the heating pads job.
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We planted about 200 purple onions three weeks ago.Getting ready for spring!
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My plot is one big mudhole right now... I did get my 20 Live Oak trees planted today... Son-in-law cane out and helped... Oh to be young again!!!
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I planted my seeds middle of January under a grow light. Iíve got nothing. I didnít use a heat padd but they are in a bathroom that stays warm. Should I be seeing plants by now ?
Depending on the plant types you are trying to start, germination timing can vary dramatically. I save a lot of my seeds from season to season. With some of the plants I care most about keeping, I will test germination rates. You can do this by placing 10 seeds on a moist paper towel, fold the paper towel over the seeds to cover completely, and placing inside a ziplock bag. I leave mine on top of the refrigerator as that is a warm dark place at my house. Check them every few days. If you do that and they sprout, you know you have a flaw in your germination process. If not you may just have bad seed. Some stores, especially some online retailers are bad about selling old stock.
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The irrigation system is plumbed in.
Broccoli, onions, carrots and asparagus are in the ground.



Tomatoes are growing like weeds.



Pepper seeds donít want to germinate. Guess Iíll have to buy those from a nursery. Oh well.
Come on March 7th!
Don't give up on those peppers just yet. It took my Shi****o peppers 3 weeks to sprout and a full month for my bells to sprout. 25 days to germinate is a good average for most peppers.
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Old 02-04-2018, 06:11 PM   #71
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^^^ a seedling heat mat will speed up that germination rate DRAMATICALLY.
I put seeds on the mat on Friday, and have kale and lettuce already popping out.


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Don't know if I'll get to grow much this year with the new job and time it takes. I could barely keep up with picking peppers and okra last fall. But I've got enough red cayenne to last me a life time now.
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I read where you donít have to, but I do. The light doesnít help them germinate. Thatís the heating pads job.
If I start some tomatoes inside my garage, will a regular fluorescent light and space heater to keep temp up work? Or do I need a special light and heating pad? Also I plan on starting tomatoes and peppers. Anything else I should start now? I'm usually late to the party, but not this year. I'm ready to go.

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Old 02-06-2018, 09:01 AM   #74
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Seeds germinate the best between 75-80 degrees.
I donít know if regular fluorescent lights will work. The light does need to be only a couple of inches above the seedlings to do any good.
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I have noticed up here in deep east tx allot of people love this mushroom dirt. Thoughts?
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Old 02-06-2018, 10:03 AM   #76
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Mushroom compost is great!!
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I have noticed up here in deep east tx allot of people love this mushroom dirt. Thoughts?
My buddy swears by mushroom compost at his place in Austin

I haven't tried it but I really like this stuff as a supplement to our compost. I bought a yard of "vegetable garden mix" from Living Earth in Fort Worth that was not great so I've been having a lot in to get it to be a decent soil

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I've been thinkin about tilling up a little garden this year, maybe I'll do that this weekend...
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We started our seeds this past Sunday. Have them in covered starting trays under a red heat lamp in the garden shed now.
Every year we do a salsa garden / canning garden but this year we decided to go 100% heirloom seeds so we can keep seeds and plant from year to year.

We planted the following:

purple jalapenos
jalapenos
Giant Belgium Pink Tomatoes
Okra
Pickling Cucumbers
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We will plant cilantro direct to dirt later.


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Last year was our first year doing Okra. We only had 4 plants and we couldn't keep up with the production. Can't wait to hone in on those again this year. Lotta lessons learned on those but main one was pick them at no longer than 4" or they get really "woody".
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I just added some more mushroom compost to my raised beds. I am just about ready to plant, just waiting on the right time.
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Holy Moly... Is this what yall are using? $66.74 / .75 CF
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$12 a yard with a 3 yard minimum from Kitchen Pride Mushroom farm in Gonzales. Three yards is about 3,000 pounds.


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Finally!!!! Starting to see some progress. My peppers are starting to sprout !
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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.
I've always just stuck mine on top of the fridge. Was told it put off enough heat and its worked for me so far
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I buy it at $30 a ton at Bryan Asphalt outside of Oakwood. It originally comes from the mushroom operation outside of Madisonville. That price is crazy.
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Which grow light would someone suggest from Amazon


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Depends what youíre wanting to do?
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Have no idea first year trying a raised garden. I will growing from seeds. I ordered a warming pad


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I planted my 1015 onions in November. I will be planting potatoes mid Feb. I will plant corn, cucumber, zucchini, japs, herbs, tomatoes, etc sometime in march.
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I bought the 15 watt three three head by LEDMI
And the Lovebay dual light with a timer.
Actually wished I would have bought two of the Lovebay units I think they broadcast more light. I also like the built in timer.
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I have used this one with success

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01F5...0CL&ref=plSrch

This is the lovebay, it’s got great reviews especially for smaller spaces
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I planted my 1015 onions in November. I will be planting potatoes mid Feb. I will plant corn, cucumber, zucchini, japs, herbs, tomatoes, etc sometime in march.
Oh man, you dun messed up... you spos'd to plant 1015 onions on 10/15... that's whur tha name come from... Now you got 11-somethin's
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I bought two of these heating pads.



And this light. I like it because it allows you to easily raise the light as the plants grow.

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Your little one will love it. I did it for my kids the first year and they love picking things when they are ready...and sometimes before.

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Dang Scotty, hope the Feds ain't watchin' your purchases... They're liable to show up at your door wanting to see what you're growin'...
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Dang Scotty, hope the Feds ain't watchin' your purchases... They're liable to show up at your door wanting to see what you're growin'...


Hope they know how to identify tomato and pepper seedlings!
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How tall are yalls raised beds? That's what I need to do here.
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He likes playin in the dirt, helpin dad, and taking care of stuff...I believe he'll love it.

We had a garden when I was a kid, I enjoyed it. Dad has been known to go a little over board though and it turned into work. I'll never forget mom fillin the fireplace full of taters and onions, shelling wheelbarrows of black eyed peas, tomaters on every window sill, and filling her suburban full of brown grocery bags full of veggies for folks at church.




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This is my First garden at the new rent house but luckily our landlords are cool and plowed a big spot for us. If I remember correctly our garden is some 30x70 +/- As of now I have a few lettuce plants that are slowly growing and I just planted two rows of onions.
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