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Old 06-21-2021, 10:21 PM   #401
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First time trying potatoes and got ~20 from 4 plants in a small raised bed. I just planted a couple standard grocery store taters cut in quarters in late Feb. Decent haul I guess and the kids enjoyed digging them up.




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Old 06-21-2021, 11:26 PM   #402
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Old 06-22-2021, 12:05 AM   #403
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Old 06-22-2021, 03:00 AM   #404
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Old 06-22-2021, 03:03 AM   #405
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Old 06-22-2021, 08:22 AM   #406
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Ok, this is my first time doing any kind of serious gardening so I’m pretty ignorant and I’ve got a question.

Why do y’all pick your tomatoes so green? Aren’t they better if left on the vine to ripen?
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Old 06-22-2021, 08:45 AM   #407
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I pick mine when they first start turning a little because I have a mockingbird that sits around waiting to drill holes in them
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Old 06-22-2021, 09:39 AM   #408
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Iím pulling about 20 cherry tomatoes a day and these two plants keep cranking them out
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Old 06-22-2021, 09:43 AM   #409
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Ok, this is my first time doing any kind of serious gardening so Iím pretty ignorant and Iíve got a question.

Why do yíall pick your tomatoes so green? Arenít they better if left on the vine to ripen?
Most pick a little green for several reasons:

Bugs and critters love nice red tomatoes.

Pick them early to save them from over ripping or splitting.

Extended storage life.

I like to let mine ripen on the plant a little more to a orange color.
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Old 06-22-2021, 10:10 AM   #410
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Ok, this is my first time doing any kind of serious gardening so Iím pretty ignorant and Iíve got a question.

Why do yíall pick your tomatoes so green? Arenít they better if left on the vine to ripen?
I pick mine when they are green, or starting to darken. Because the moment they turn the slightest red...the birds ruin them. I have lost at least 20 this season already because I let them get red on the vine.
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I pick them when they blush or have the slightest color to themÖtypically on the bottom side.
I donít want to feed the Rats, birds amd rabbits.

The blushing tomatoes will ripen in the house.

I cannot tell the difference in taste between a vine ripen and a house ripen tomato.
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Old 06-22-2021, 10:59 AM   #412
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Onions were planted early and held their own through the freeze. Best onions we’ve had in years. Getting tomatoes every single day. Garden is coming together this year.
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Old 06-22-2021, 11:47 AM   #413
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I pick them when they blush or have the slightest color to themÖtypically on the bottom side.
I donít want to feed the Rats, birds amd rabbits.

The blushing tomatoes will ripen in the house.

I cannot tell the difference in taste between a vine ripen and a house ripen tomato.
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Old 06-22-2021, 12:09 PM   #414
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Good to know guys, thanks. I’ve been lucky so far, but I’ll know what to do if mine start getting attacked.
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Old 06-22-2021, 12:49 PM   #415
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I pick them when they blush or have the slightest color to themÖtypically on the bottom side.
I donít want to feed the Rats, birds amd rabbits.

The blushing tomatoes will ripen in the house.

I cannot tell the difference in taste between a vine ripen and a house ripen tomato.
This. Let them finish ripening on the counter and put them in the fridge when ripe and the cold temp will stop the ripening process.
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Old 06-27-2021, 09:20 AM   #416
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Cut flower garden is doing great!

Melons are off to a weak start but finally coming in.

Pulled my last bit of carrots for the market today.


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Old 06-28-2021, 07:07 AM   #417
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Been seeing discussions here where some of you guys plant a summer cover crop in your garden. Usually plant rye for winter but never planted a summer cover. I have put in some black eyed peas but want to try Alfalfa. Questions: Is it too hot now to plant alfalfa? I have ordered seeds from Hancock seeds before for the lease and they have alfalfa, My local feed store doesn't carry it. They have several varieties which they say is good for Texas. Kinda pricey though. How about it? Time to plant now? Any particular variety? Any where in the B'port area I can get seeds locally? Are all alfalfa seed that $$$ ($ 49 for 5 lbs)? Thanks in advance for replies.
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Old 06-28-2021, 07:03 PM   #418
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This is my first year trying raised beds. I bought bedding plants this year, from our local nursery. So next spring I'm thinking about getting more serious. So what seed companies do you serious gardeners buy from ?
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Old 06-28-2021, 07:06 PM   #419
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Spent the morning preparing my pumpkin patch and cleaning up some of my played out crops.


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Old 07-02-2021, 08:07 AM   #420
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Cucumber vines are rockin' it. Making about 10 jars of pickles per week.

I killed three squash bugs this morning and have a bunch of these little guys everywhere. What are they? I sprayed all leaves (both sides) with Triazicide. We'll see what that does.
What are they?
How bad will they wreck the vines?
Best method of control?

I hate knowing I'm killing bees, but I also prefer eating pickles over bees.


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Old 07-02-2021, 08:27 AM   #421
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Pretty much have to spray them. Just do it when bees are the least active.


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Old 07-02-2021, 08:31 AM   #422
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Cucumber vines are rockin' it. Making about 10 jars of pickles per week.

I killed three squash bugs this morning and have a bunch of these little guys everywhere. What are they? I sprayed all leaves (both sides) with Triazicide. We'll see what that does.
What are they?
How bad will they wreck the vines?
Best method of control?

I hate knowing I'm killing bees, but I also prefer eating pickles over bees.


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Striped cucumber beetles. I've never had a major issue with them but they can be detrimental to your crop for sure. I've heard sticky traps work but have no experience with them.
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Old 07-02-2021, 08:38 AM   #423
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Iím pulling about 20 cherry tomatoes a day and these two plants keep cranking them out
mine are doing the same but the larger tomatoes put on blooms and then fall off and never set. What would cause that?
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Old 07-02-2021, 11:51 AM   #424
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mine are doing the same but the larger tomatoes put on blooms and then fall off and never set. What would cause that?
No pollination on the blooms in time before they dropped. If you don't have a good amount of pollinators, you can hand pollinate your tomato plants. Several videos on YT on the subject.

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Old 07-02-2021, 12:03 PM   #425
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. mine are doing the same but the larger tomatoes put on blooms and then fall off and never set. What would cause that?
I had that problem last year. Solution for me was to lightly shake the entire plant for about 10 seconds. Mine are all in super heavy duty cages I made. I hold the cage and shake shake shake. I do this every morning.
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Old 07-02-2021, 01:32 PM   #426
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Inexpensive vibrating toothbrush held against the stem just below the blooms works well for tomato pollination. It may be too late this year as I believe that most tomatos need night time temps below 70 degrees to set fruit.
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I had that problem last year. Solution for me was to lightly shake the entire plant for about 10 seconds. Mine are all in super heavy duty cages I made. I hold the cage and shake shake shake. I do this every morning.
You should actually 'vibrate' them between 11am-2pm. Seriously
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You should actually 'vibrate' them between 11am-2pm. Seriously
I had read first thing in the morning and that worked pretty well. Why then?
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I had read first thing in the morning and that worked pretty well. Why then?
From what I understand, this is the most productive time for pollination. Has something to do with temp, daylight, bee activity, etc. I've never had to do it, but read that somewhere. Certainly not the gospel by any means. I also don't like to touch my plants early in the morning when dew is on the plants. Tends to help spread disease, mold, etc. I usually pick and work in the garden mid morn after the dew is gone but it's still cool outside. Fruit usually is a little 'sweeter' when picked in the morning.
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Old 07-12-2021, 04:41 PM   #431
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It is always delightful to read such posts. I like to understand that I am not the only one passionate about gardening and this whole topic of growing products. It is essential for me that my garden is clean too. To do this, I spend a lot of time in the garden, cleaning leaves or weeds. It is especially important in the fall, but it isn't easy physically. I even bought a special vacuum cleaner to blow up the leaves and learned how to clean it myself with the help of an article https://trimthatweed.com/how-to-clea...a-leaf-blower/. I hope you also love your work as much as I do; otherwise, why do it at all? Good luck to everyone
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I’ve learned so much this year from my first garden and from following this thread. It’s been a good ride. I wasn’t going to do a fall garden but I’m rethinking that.

One thing I learned is that I had no idea how big my tomato plants would get. Jeez, these things are huge. I staked them but that’s been almost worthless. Next year I’ll use welded wire panels for trellises.
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Old 07-13-2021, 04:57 AM   #433
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Well my garden has just about petered out. Still getting some peppers and okra. Cucumber every now and then. It's been fun.

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have several tomato plants that have done well. They are in half-barrel planters, lots of blooms, no issues ... until now.
The plants are starting to wilt in random places on the vines. The planters are under our patio and they get adequate water and feed.

Any ideas what this is?
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I have these stink bugs all over my tomato plants. Whatís good to use to kill them?
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I have these stink bugs all over my tomato plants. What’s good to use to kill them?
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In the larvae stage (smaller and red/black) can be killed with Sevin. The adult, stage, as shown, they are armored and not much you can do 'cept catch 'em & smush 'em. Then you will find out why they are called stink bugs.
Keepin tall vegetation far away from the garden artea will help but has not been feasible in my case.

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Old 07-18-2021, 09:56 AM   #439
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have several tomato plants that have done well. They are in half-barrel planters, lots of blooms, no issues ... until now.
The plants are starting to wilt in random places on the vines. The planters are under our patio and they get adequate water and feed.

Any ideas what this is?

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Old 07-18-2021, 03:39 PM   #440
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Sounds like tomato wilt. Itís a fungus in the soil. Not sure if there is anything you can do. Lots of videos on you tube that addresses it. From what I gather, thereís 2 different kinds. Think one is treatable and one not so much. Mine are starting to do the same thing. I just figured it was the heat, since they are planted in the garden and canít move to shade.
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Since i just put a tiller on layaway today, I'm looking for fall garden ideas. I have also searched Google, i can't find improved pinto bean seeds. Any ideas where to buy them ?
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Since i just put a tiller on layaway today, I'm looking for fall garden ideas. I have also searched Google, i can't find improved pinto bean seeds. Any ideas where to buy them ?
If you want to learn all about gardening both spring and fall in our same climate zone, go to you tube and search Hoss Tools... They're in Southern Georgia and have videos about every subject you can imagine, plus they sell seeds for our zone 8,8b and 9... Good guys and you can email them with questions and they'll answer you personally... Their web site is www.hosstools.com
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Thanks it looks like a great website.
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Are you guys getting any okra yet? I think I have a few blossoms about to start. I planted it late in the year though.

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Got okra in the freezer, Okra in canning jars, and just about okra'ed out@ the table. Feedin it to the goats now. They love it.
Course I'm way south of Ya. Started pickin in May.
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My okra is steady. Not out of control but enough to eat on a regular basis. My brother is pickling 15lbs today....
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What do you guys usually plant in August-Sept?
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What do you guys usually plant in August-Sept?
green beans, brocoli, cukes, etc. Really anything that you plant in the spring
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green beans, brocoli, cukes, etc. Really anything that you plant in the spring


Thanks, and good to know- going to plant squash and corn
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