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Old 05-26-2021, 07:17 PM   #351
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I noticed a few pepper plants turning yellow in my raised beds after the last week of heavy rains.

I pulled they straw mulch back from the plants and tried to perforate the ground around them with a thin metal rod.

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One of my tomatoes is mote yellow than the others at the bottom. Iím thinking the yellow will die off and the tops will bush out more.


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Old 05-28-2021, 10:01 PM   #352
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Almost everything in my garden is coming along great. Tomatoes, peppers, sweet potatoes, beets and herbs all look nice. Unfortunately, with all this rain, my bush beans are not producing. They are beautiful and flowering nicely but the flowers are dropping off. I’ve read that too much water can cause this. Hopefully they’ll come back and start producing.
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Old 05-29-2021, 09:24 AM   #353
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I see fewer fruit on squash and zucchini, and also blame it on the rain, lol. My beans are rocking, however. Seeing more bees around lately, always a good sign.
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Old 05-29-2021, 09:50 AM   #354
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Seen a lot of deer tracks in mine yesterday but so far, nothing eaten. I do have another coon or more to catch. Looks like it, or they went to town on my sweet corn last night.
Other than that, everything is looking good. Peas are getting on up there, watermelons are vining out, corn will need picking in next day or so and I have beans that need picking now. Just not enough of time in the day when Iím back on shift working 12 hours.
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Old 05-30-2021, 09:52 AM   #355
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Didnít catch another coon dang it. They tearing me up. If it wasnít for the cats we have around now, I would have made up some coon aid and be done with it!!
First pic is where I went down between the corn rows and cleaned out and piled up what coons have gotten so far. Now Iíll be able to tell if they hit it tonight and how much they are going thru. Trap is still set.
Rest of the garden is looking good. Been getting some decent rain.
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That is a gigantic garden!
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Old 05-30-2021, 07:03 PM   #357
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Iíve had bigger. Got some more clearing to do this winter to give me a little more room for next year.
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Old 05-30-2021, 10:08 PM   #358
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**** coons can wreck havoc on some corn.
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Old 05-31-2021, 09:33 AM   #359
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Coons got me for 16 ears last night but I got one of them!!!
How many ears can one coon eat???
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Old 05-31-2021, 04:56 PM   #360
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Hereís our before and after Memorial Day weekend harvest from 4 raised beds.







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Old 06-05-2021, 08:13 PM   #361
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Okra coming up. No clue how much okra one plant will produce. Probably will have to give a lot of them away as I read they need about 10" of space.
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Coons didnít get all of it. Picked all of this Thursday. Put up 8 gallons and gave away the rest.
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Old 06-05-2021, 10:29 PM   #363
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Okra coming up. No clue how much okra one plant will produce. Probably will have to give a lot of them away as I read they need about 10" of space.
Just pickle it. Its the best!
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Old 06-06-2021, 09:13 AM   #364
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Green beans are finally coming in. JalapeŮo and banana peppers are close to harvest and I’ll pick my first zucchini this morning.
This is my first year doing any kind of serious gardening and I’m having a blast. I get a kick out of going out every day and seeing the progress.
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Old 06-10-2021, 07:05 AM   #365
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Ideas of sorting potatoes so they last longer? Thanks
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Old 06-10-2021, 07:09 AM   #366
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Green beans are finally coming in. JalapeŮo and banana peppers are close to harvest and Iíll pick my first zucchini this morning.
This is my first year doing any kind of serious gardening and Iím having a blast. I get a kick out of going out every day and seeing the progress.
From your pics of your garden looks like you have done well this year.
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Old 06-10-2021, 09:00 AM   #367
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From your pics of your garden looks like you have done well this year.

Thank you. Itís been a good experience and an educational one too.

I neednít have worried about my bean, they are going strong and out producing everything else.



Tomatoes are loaded but theyíre all still green. First to show fruit but slow to ripen.



Glad I only planted one zucchini. These things are crazy good growers. Puts out just enough to pick one every two days.

Beets wonít be ready till around the 19th. Got some bell peppers in the back of this tub, ^, they are just starting to flower and show fruit.

Sweet potatoes wonít be ready till around September.

Been using the herbs some. Itís real easy to over do it on fresh herbs.
Got some basil, oregano, thyme and not pictured, rosemary.


Itís a small harvest but every day it produces something to eat.
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Old 06-10-2021, 12:57 PM   #368
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What the heck is wrong with this zucchini plant? Three of the four are beautiful. This one was, but is now wilted terribly. It's not a lack of water. All four your see there have been getting the same. I watered it extra last two days and it's no better.

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What the heck is wrong with this zucchini plant? Three of the four are beautiful. This one was, but is now wilted terribly. It's not a lack of water. All four your see there have been getting the same. I watered it extra last two days and it's no better.

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Old 06-10-2021, 04:47 PM   #370
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We are only about a month in here in Iowa. The people on the Iowa Vegetable Garden Facebook page called my wife a "Rebel" because she planted around the end of April. Most gardens up here are planted around Mother's Day.

My wife planted sunflower, marigolds, zinnias, cone flowers, and wildflowers on the first row.

She planted green beans, pole beans, Lima beans, tomatoes, romaine lettuce, green peas, spinach, kale, beets, radishes, koli rabi, onions, acorn squash, potatoes, giant pumpkins, and loofah. This is her first time planting loofah. Her loofah seeds came from Burma.

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Does it matter when you harvest? Morning or evening?
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Old 06-11-2021, 09:43 AM   #372
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Does it matter when you harvest? Morning or evening?
I like to get my picking done in the morning but when you have one my size, canít get it done by morning. So stuff I pick like corn, beans, and peas in the afternoon, you have to dump them out and spread out and let the heat escape and let them cool off. If you leave them in a bucket or bag, theyíll sweat bad and when you go to shell them, they will be all mushy. I do it in the mornings as well. They will hold heat but not as bad as the ones you pick in the afternoons.
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Let my produce fall to the way side minus my cantaloupe and watermelon, but we have been having some nice bouquets out of the flower patch.




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Let my produce fall to the way side minus my cantaloupe and watermelon, but we have been having some nice bouquets out of the flower patch.




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Those look great, are you able to sell them all?
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Those look great, are you able to sell them all?

Sold 18 bouquets and 5 bundles of sunflowers today. Hopefully Iíll sell 12 more tomorrow


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What soil do you raised bed gardeners use? I bought two loads of alleged garden soil from a local yard. It seems like my raised beds are struggling.
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What soil do you raised bed gardeners use? I bought two loads of alleged garden soil from a local yard. It seems like my raised beds are struggling.
I have found that all bulk soil needs amendments. Get a soil test to see what may need to be added.
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What soil do you raised bed gardeners use? I bought two loads of alleged garden soil from a local yard. It seems like my raised beds are struggling.
Here recently, I've been using "raised bed" soil. Seems to be available everywhere. Have always mixed native dirt with whatever storebought I've put in the beds.
Also I have put dried loge, sticks etc, in the bottom before covering with soil.They will soak up water for dry times and will also give bacteria and things like earthworms to live in/on. They will eventually rot away. Plus it saves money on store bought dirt.
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Had them lined up this morning for more sold out in hour.


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What soil do you raised bed gardeners use? I bought two loads of alleged garden soil from a local yard. It seems like my raised beds are struggling.
I was mixing my own, black dirt from my land, sand and compost/potting soil but that really got to be too much work. So now that Iíve got so many troughs for raised beds, Iím buying a premium soil mix from Silver Creek Materials in Ft. worth. Itís a blend of their own cleaned sand and compost. Their compost is a proprietary blend that includes red and sodas.

It really seems to be very good in my garden.
Itís $32 per yard and then because Iím a veteran, they knocked of $10.00 per yard.
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What’s everybody’s favorite tomato to grow?

I’ve got several varieties growing, Celebrity, Parks Wopper Improved, Big Boy and Bush Goliath. They are all doing great but the Celebrity is maturing the fastest.
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What the heck is wrong with this zucchini plant? Three of the four are beautiful. This one was, but is now wilted terribly. It's not a lack of water. All four your see there have been getting the same. I watered it extra last two days and it's no better.

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I'd be willing to bet squash vine borers
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Whatís everybodyís favorite tomato to grow?

Iíve got several varieties growing, Celebrity, Parks Wopper Improved, Big Boy and Bush Goliath. They are all doing great but the Celebrity is maturing the fastest.

Supersweet cherry tomatoes and super fantastic are doing great this year for me. I pulled 18 hornworms off only 5 plants yesterday. They showed up fast and did a lot of damage in just 1 day.






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Supersweet cherry tomatoes and super fantastic are doing great this year for me. I pulled 18 hornworms off only 5 plants yesterday. They showed up fast and did a lot of damage in just 1 day.






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Tis' the season! Picked a few this year so far but have kept them at bay for the most part
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Whatís everybodyís favorite tomato to grow?

Iíve got several varieties growing, Celebrity, Parks Wopper Improved, Big Boy and Bush Goliath. They are all doing great but the Celebrity is maturing the fastest.
I prefer the Celebrity myself. Great tasting and produces alot of tomatoes.
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I prefer indeterminates personally but Celebrity is nice. I have a couple of them. Brandywine and Cherokee Purple are hard to beat for slicing tomatoes. Black Krim as well.
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Supersweet cherry tomatoes and super fantastic are doing great this year for me. I pulled 18 hornworms off only 5 plants yesterday. They showed up fast and did a lot of damage in just 1 day.






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I prefer the Celebrity myself. Great tasting and produces alot of tomatoes.
I just pick two tomatoes off of my Celebrity and two more coming ripe soon. Itís really got a lot on it. Iíll be eat one with my eggs in the morning.
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I prefer indeterminates personally but Celebrity is nice. I have a couple of them. Brandywine and Cherokee Purple are hard to beat for slicing tomatoes. Black Krim as well.
Brandywine is on my list for next year and Cherokee Purple sound interesting.
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Brandywine is on my list for next year and Cherokee Purple sound interesting.
They both have tremendous flavor but don't keep very long. Pick 'em and eat within a day or three.
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Picked 42 cucumbers last night.
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Picked 42 cucumbers last night.
Nice haul!! I'm making more pickles tomorrow myself.
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I have grown a lot of diff tomatoes:
Mortgage letter
Brandywine
Purple Cherokee
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Big boy
Better beef
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Öto name a few.

My ďgo toĒ tomato is celebrity.
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Brandywine is on my list for next year and Cherokee Purple sound interesting.
I usually grow cherokee purple also. They are good tomatoes that are definitely on the sweet side. Not too good for sauce and canning but excellent sliced.
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How is my okra looking? I separated the two seeds that were planted together and pruned the dead leaves. Hopefully I was supposed to do that haha. I don't have a green thumb.
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Pretty much let my garden go, however I did pick a nice bucket of early girls.


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How is my okra looking? I separated the two seeds that were planted together and pruned the dead leaves. Hopefully I was supposed to do that haha. I don't have a green thumb.
Keep them watered well to get them established and once they do, they will just take off.

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Keep them watered well to get them established and once they do, they will just take off.

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Roger that. Thank you!
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Roger that. Thank you!

Hit them with liquid fertilizer every 10-12 days. Just a little bit and they will blow up too


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Very nice. Iíve been eating my tomatoes for breakfast for the last two days. They are so good. Iíve got a huge Celebrity that Iím picking tomorrow. Gonna smoke some bacon tomorrow too. Iím seeing some great BLTís in the very near future.
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