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Old 02-06-2018, 07:23 PM   #101
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How tall are yalls raised beds? That's what I need to do here.


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Old 02-06-2018, 07:45 PM   #102
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How tall are yalls raised beds? That's what I need to do here.
Mine are 2x8's cedar. Some are double tall.

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Mine is the same. Might add a 2nd this year
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I double stacked two treated 2x6's.
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Well this morning rain has put our garden spot back to square 1... It looks like a lake this morning, but such is life on the prairie...
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Seeds germinating fast! We just planted these Saturday....


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I may be a little behind the ball here but I'd like to start a few seeds for our garden just to see if I can do it successfully. This year I would like to start some tomatoes, bell pepper and jalapeno plants.

My question is, being along the coast, what would be the best varieties to grow, and where do you get the seeds

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I may be a little behind the ball here but I'd like to start a few seeds for our garden just to see if I can do it successfully. This year I would like to start some tomatoes, bell pepper and jalapeno plants.

My question is, being along the coast, what would be the best varieties to grow, and where do you get the seeds

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I double stacked two treated 2x6's.
Be careful with treated. All those chemicals will leach into your soil

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My garden is well watered. 2" yesterday with rain returning tomorrow and most of the next 10 days. Hopefully can make it till spring without another heavy ice event which melted the broccoli , cauliflower and most everything else in garden earlier.
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Yea, about the only thing that would grow in our garden spot right now is Lilly Pads!
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Old 02-08-2018, 09:38 AM   #112
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I want to start a garden this season but am wondering if it's too late to start germinating seeds? I'd like to plant a 4'x8' bed for salsa (tomatoes, tomatillos, Anaheim chilis, and jalapenos) and then another bed for grape tomatoes, maybe some squash/zucchini, okra, etc). If I planted seeds within the next week, would I be good to go for a mid-March planting?
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I want to start a garden this season but am wondering if it's too late to start germinating seeds? I'd like to plant a 4'x8' bed for salsa (tomatoes, tomatillos, Anaheim chilis, and jalapenos) and then another bed for grape tomatoes, maybe some squash/zucchini, okra, etc). If I planted seeds within the next week, would I be good to go for a mid-March planting?


Unless you have hard to find varieties, you may just look at grabbing seedlings from a nursery. The selections at places like Loweís, Home Depot, and Calloways have gotten really good. They typically arenít very expensive either.


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Unless you have hard to find varieties, you may just look at grabbing seedlings from a nursery. The selections at places like Loweís, Home Depot, and Calloways have gotten really good. They typically arenít very expensive either.


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This is what me and my wife do every year!

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My version of grow lights, lol!

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Dam good idea
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Love that idea!
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Old 02-09-2018, 02:46 PM   #119
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Unless you have hard to find varieties, you may just look at grabbing seedlings from a nursery. The selections at places like Loweís, Home Depot, and Calloways have gotten really good. They typically arenít very expensive either.


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I actually just got back from picking up a couple more broccoli and brussel sprouts today from Loweís. The Bonnie plants are good and Calloways always has Chef Jeff, his heirloom stuff does great if you donít have time to start from seed.

Loweís also has a bunch of nutrient mix and pest stuff on 75% off. Got a bag of bone meal and some organic feed for $1.99 each today
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Old 02-09-2018, 04:19 PM   #120
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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, itís got great reviews especially for smaller spaces
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01F5...0CL&ref=plSrch
What's the dimensions on that? I don't see any
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What's the dimensions on that? I don't see any
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Old 02-12-2018, 10:42 AM   #122
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I've shown my stilted beds a few times before. These are fun to build and once they're built and filled, the work's pretty much done. Super easy to keep weeds out, easy to fertilize, easy to harvest from. Will be getting mine ready to go pretty soon.

They're just pallets with 2X4 legs and old cedar picket walls. Landscaping cloth keeps the soil in. Lots of composted hummus in there.



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I've shown my stilted beds a few times before. These are fun to build and once they're built and filled, the work's pretty much done. Super easy to keep weeds out, easy to fertilize, easy to harvest from. Will be getting mine ready to go pretty soon.

They're just pallets with 2X4 legs and old cedar picket walls. Landscaping cloth keeps the soil in. Lots of composted hummus in there.



You got a link to them? I've built mine out of pallets, but I didn't add legs. I wanted to just to keep the critters out and worry less about weeds (although I did put landscape fabric down before putting soil in it to help with the weeds). I figured I'd test the water and see if the deer would bother my beds since I put them so close to the house. But, my biggest concern was my lacy, and she already demolished the bed the first day it was down, so I'm thinking elevating it would be my best bet besides electric wire.
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I don't really have a build-along link, no. But I'm no carpenter. I just screwed the pallets to the 2x4s, attached the walls all around the sides, lined the inside with the matting, and went to filling. I've built these twice, and did it slightly different each time. I made them deeper the second time, as the soil will compact some.
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All this rain is going to make me have to re-think the raised beds. I can't even till mine up because its so wet.
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Old 02-12-2018, 03:32 PM   #126
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You got a link to them? I've built mine out of pallets, but I didn't add legs. I wanted to just to keep the critters out and worry less about weeds (although I did put landscape fabric down before putting soil in it to help with the weeds). I figured I'd test the water and see if the deer would bother my beds since I put them so close to the house. But, my biggest concern was my lacy, and she already demolished the bed the first day it was down, so I'm thinking elevating it would be my best bet besides electric wire.
I didn't even think to speak to this earlier, but the first time I build these was when we had two labs. They NEVER messed with the stilted beds ever - in fact, it was their favorite places to lay underneath in the summer. It would stay much cooler under the beds, especially when I watered, so it gave them an open-air dog house to chill under.
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Old 02-13-2018, 08:04 AM   #127
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Yea that's the main reason I wanted mine elevated. I pulled out my old e-collar last night to train her to stay out of the beds, but my transmitter crapped out so I'll have to send it in and get it repaired. So now it'll be even longer before I can plant anything because my dog keeps tearing up my beds
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Anyone ever use alpaca poo for composting jnto soil? They are abundant up here and I started reading up on it. Compares a lot to cow.
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I'm getting ready to til up my garden, which is pretty much grown with clover that's getting kind thick and tall. Should I kill it first or can I just til it in? If I need to kill it what should I use

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I'm getting ready to til up my garden, which is pretty much grown with clover that's getting kind thick and tall. Should I kill it first or can I just til it in? If I need to kill it what should I use

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I planted my potatoes today . Trying them in containers.
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I dont see an end in sight to this rain. Im ready to plant but ground is way too wet. I did get my fence built though, so if all else fails i can get a goat! Lol

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I put tomatoes, bells, jalapeŮos, corn, carrots and strawberries in the ground two weeks ago. Looks like I may have planted just in time again?


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Good luck! Iím not that brave!
Iím shooting for March 6th to put everything in the ground.

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Iím shooting for March 6th to put everything in the ground.
For the past 3 years we have planted mid Feb with awesome results
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Got four 4x20s going, started peas, carrots, and radishes this week. In two more weeks I'll get sprouts for tomatoes and veggies.
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Anyone have a good drip irrigation set up for a large garden that won’t break the bank?
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Anyone have a good drip irrigation set up for a large garden that wonít break the bank?
How big? Iíve got a drip set up that I havenít opened, I think the main line is 100í

Outside of that Iíd check amazon
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How big? Iíve got a drip set up that I havenít opened, I think the main line is 100í

Outside of that Iíd check amazon
Itís 70-80í long with 15 25í rows.
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My broccoli is doing well and my Brussels are okay minus one that has a stalk snap in the wind a couple weeks ago. I’m hoping I can save it but not sure, still have some good bud growth below the damage so I’m being positive and feeding like crazy
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I usually plant Spring Break here in North Texas and that is a little early. Typically have to cover plants a time or two before things settle in....
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Itís 70-80í long with 15 25í rows.
Iíll take a picture in a bit and send it to you, my setup may cover you. Probably $25 would cover it? ThT is if itís enough to cover your spread
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I have Great White Herons wading in our garden plot catching crawfish and such!!... maybe I'll just put up a berm around it and go in the crawfish business!
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I needed a break from remodeling the bathroom.
Decided today was a good day to plant.
Tomatoes, cucumbers, serranos, and squash went in today.
Onions, carrots, broccoli, and asparagus went in a couple of weeks ago.
I see another box or two being added next year.


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We're attempting our first garden this year (even though we really have no idea what we're doing .) We tilled up about a 12'x16' (arbitrary) portion of our 27'x45' lamb pen for the garden, using an OLD tiller that my DBF, Kyle, got running for us yesterday. (He tilled it up for us and then I went over it again today, for good measure! He's handy!).

We planted tomato plants (Big Boy and Beefsteak). My wife successfully germinated some lettuce, Brussel sprouts and spinach, which we planted, as well, along with cucumber seeds. We will plant asparagus, onion and Yukon Gold seed potatoes in a couple of weeks. We intend to add a few pepper varieties, as well. I imaging we'll have plenty of room so we'll research other common vegetables to add. I think my wife also wants to plant some lemon trees somewhere in the yard.

We also planted a separate herb garden with Rosemary, German and Lemon Thyme, Oregano, Cilantro and Sage. (We'll probably add some chives, marigold and maybe other herbs to that.) We planted sweet mint in a separate container.

My wife has also decided she wants chickens, so the plan (for now) is to fence off about 15' of the existing pen (27' long) for the chickens and put chicken wire and a door on what was the lamb shelter to utilize it as the roost.

Hopefully we're beyond the freeze/frost stage for our region. I'll be checking this thread for ideas and advice!
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I have Great White Herons wading in our garden plot catching crawfish and such!!... maybe I'll just put up a berm around it and go in the crawfish business!
Same at the inlaws, I think the whole prairie is a swamp right now!
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HELP!!! I have grub worms and ants in my raised beds? Is this a sign that my dirt quality is poor? This is the 4th year of raised beds so maybe I need to fertilize them heavier??

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I am going to plant my first garden in many years. Once things dry out I am going to till it up. Should I add anything to the soil when I am tilling? or after?
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We continue to be blessed with rain... I should just put up a berm around the garden plot and grow crawfish!! It ain't lookin' real good for a garden this year for us...

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