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Old 04-07-2019, 10:20 PM   #101
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I got tomatoes and peppers in the beds in mid March and the the hail hammered them 2 weeks later. The maters are coming back strong but I started a few more in pots just in case.









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Old 04-07-2019, 10:28 PM   #102
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What's up with my cabbage? I did plant it 2yrs ago and didnt harvest anything from it. Since then it has been neglected, last year it grew but nothing else. This year it just took off about a week ago.

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Old 05-07-2019, 05:35 PM   #103
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Does any body know what would cause brown spots on pepper leaves and leaves to wilt and fall off of pepper plants? I’m thinking either over watering from all of the rain or bacterial leaf spot from all of the rain? Will the bounce back? Can’t get a picture to load.
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Old 05-18-2019, 05:04 PM   #106
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No garden for me this year. Sold our house in March and the new owners got a great raised bed with a ton of mint and strawberries going crazy.

We did move the lemon tree to the townhouse. It’s looking healthy and lots of leaves but no blossoms yet, I feel like it’s late in spring to not have any flowers. Anyone else seeing this with their citrus? Tree is 4 years old and has always been a good producer
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Old 05-21-2019, 07:31 AM   #107
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We planted our first garden ever this year. My 5yr old wanted to plant some corn, so we did it. He helped me the whole way, and planted about half the corn! I was late getting it in, but we now have seven 14' long rows of corn. We also put in a row of okra, and for fun we are growing some loufa & birdhouse gourds. In July we are going to plant some pumpkins in hopes that they will be ready for Halloween.

For those that plant corn, what do you use for pesticide?
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Old 05-21-2019, 08:20 AM   #108
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There is a good treatment schedule for earworms using "BT". Here's a YouTube video...
It works if you do it, but don't miss a treatment...

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Old 05-21-2019, 08:37 AM   #109
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Well, we are making our third and final attempt to put in at least some manner of a garden... Still pretty wet, but I was able to make a few rows last evening. Wife will put in plants today and tomorrow. don't have a clue what she intends to plant, but to say we will have a late garden if at all is an understatement...

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Even the blackberries were set back this year... two late frosts and too much water has really hurt the canes. Berries are producing but nothing like last year. We picked about 2 1/2 gallons yesterday evening, but as you can see from the pics, there's LOTS of red ones still coming on, and the primo-canes haven't started to bloom yet. Last year, with this variety of thornless blackberry, we had fresh berries for a cobbler at our Thanksgiving dinner! Don't know if they will make that this year though...

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Old 05-21-2019, 09:30 AM   #110
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This is my first year growing after composting directly into the gardens all last year and 2 years after adding woodchips and 300 red worms. My plants area growing twice as fast as previously and the soil is rich black, warm and noticeable more healthy. Keep in mind I started with SOLID clay dirt that even the Craftman tiller couldn't scrape an inch off of.
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Old 05-21-2019, 09:31 AM   #111
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The only issue I am having at the moments is all my squash and melon leaves are albino white? I have not seen this before. I don't know if its a disease...or lack of something. ( these are not growing in the gardens I speak about above....but just the corner of the yard)
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If I see plants with yellow leaves or leaves not green enough I give them a little dose of chelated iron with epsom salt. May take a couple doses but usually solves problem. Might add a little fish emulsion as well.
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Old 05-21-2019, 10:48 AM   #113
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Tomatoes coming along nicely . .
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Old 05-24-2019, 11:50 AM   #114
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Good video on the corn Charlie.
The last freeze put a whooping on my garden, but most of it came back.
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Old 05-24-2019, 01:40 PM   #115
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Well I guess a side effect of direct garden composting...is rats. I have rats. Time to purchase some Victors.
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Praise the Lord, we have officially planted a "garden"!!! After three attempts to git-er-dun, my bride got maters, squash, cukes, peppers, egg plants, and a couple other things I can't remember planted Wednesday!! Gonna try to plant PH peas Saturday... figg'er it's too late to do corn and I don't even have a spot turned over to put it anyway...
When I get back from fishin' I'll try to post up a pic or 2...
First thing in the mornin' I'll be hidin' behind the fence (cedar) in hopes of ambushing the dang crows that are already checkin' out the rows for whatever is planted... They got to the corn and peas last year before I got to them, but in the end it didn't end well... If they come in tomorrow morning like they have the last 2 mornings, I'm gonna give 'em some Benelli treatment!
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Old 05-24-2019, 04:21 PM   #117
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Onions finally finished up pulled them and potato’s today, I planted 10 pounds of seed potatoes and harvested almost 2 5 gallon buckets full.

We have been picking almost a 5 gallon bucket of green beans every couple days. Tomato’s are looking good waiting on them to turn red!

If anyone in/near San Antonio needs some veggies let me know.


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^^^ Thats awesome. What do you do with all that ? Beautiful
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Old 05-25-2019, 07:50 AM   #119
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Onions finally finished up pulled them and potato’s today, I planted 10 pounds of seed potatoes and harvested almost 2 5 gallon buckets full.

We have been picking almost a 5 gallon bucket of green beans every couple days. Tomato’s are looking good waiting on them to turn red!

If anyone in/near San Antonio needs some veggies let me know.


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Old 05-25-2019, 08:38 AM   #120
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My wife and can and package some for the winter and give the rest to who ever wants it.


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Old 05-25-2019, 10:06 AM   #121
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My garden is growing great. Tomatoes and tomatillos are already over 4’ y’all, cucumbers are growing fast, but nothing is putting on fruit except the peppers. Parent’s garden is half the growth and max production right now. What’s the deal? Is there a fertilizer that promotes blooming or production? Have had a great garden in same spot for years. I fertilized this winter with compost and quail poo.... not much though.

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My garden is growing great. Tomatoes and tomatillos are already over 4’ y’all, cucumbers are growing fast, but nothing is putting on fruit except the peppers. Parent’s garden is half the growth and max production right now. What’s the deal? Is there a fertilizer that promotes blooming or production? Have had a great garden in same spot for years. I fertilized this winter with compost and quail poo.... not much though.

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The nitrogen form the quail poop will promote green growth, so that’s probably why they are so big.
I’ve heard epsom salt will help tomato’s and peppers produce more and bigger fruit. This is the first year I’m trying it and just applied some yesterday, so no first hand experience yet.
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Well it ain't much, but we got a garden planted finally... Should have a few maters n purple hull peas and some squash... Got my fingers crossed that the peppers will make...

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My garden cannot catch a break from hail. This is where it is at now.


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Any idea what this is? I didnt plant it, it jut came up so ive been watering and fertilizing it.


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Looks like a cantaloupe or watermellon.
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Looks like a cantaloupe or watermellon.


Was hoping you would say squash! Haha


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It might be some variety of squash/zucchini too. Is it real viney or more of a large plant but not so much of a vine? If it has long runners/vines, it's not a squash/zucchini. It would be a cantaloupe, watermelon, or cucumber or even a gourd of some kind.
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It might be some variety of squash/zucchini too. Is it real viney or more of a large plant but not so much of a vine? If it has long runners/vines, it's not a squash/zucchini. It would be a cantaloupe, watermelon, or cucumber or even a gourd of some kind.


No vines. Its a plant. Goes straight up. It is spreading like crazy though if that makes a difference.


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Well use the old googler for images of squash and zucchini and see how it compares...
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Looks like squash
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14 half-pints put up yesterday of home-grown plum/habanero/cayenne jelly.




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Looks like some sort of squash or possibly zucchini. Time will tell I reckon...


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I am finally getting enough out of my garden to post. The hail kept beating it down early and it took awhile to catch back up.


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Peppers coming in strong. Eggplant has been happy. Okra was rocking until deer got in the garden. They hit the okra first, peas and cucumbers next. Any watermelon that grows through the fence doesn’t last long.
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We’ll never know. Dang thing got so freakin big and put on tons of flowers but never produced anything. So I put the mower on it about two weeks ago. Now I have my grass back.


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Peppers coming in strong. Eggplant has been happy. Okra was rocking until deer got in the garden. They hit the okra first, peas and cucumbers next. Any watermelon that grows through the fence doesn’t last long.
I'm getting peppers out the wazoo! Banana, cayenne, bells(green and orange), jalapenos and shi****os all going strong. Most everything else is played out except for one grape tomato plant that looks like it will hopefully produce through first frost. Did get a little zuchini seed in the ground before the rain today. Eggplant is on the docket for next summer, those look good!
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After 3 attempts at planting, what did finally come up was doing good until I fertilized it... Got a big rain and fertilize smooth burnt up the peas, tomatoes and peppers... Grass took over because of my wife's and my work schedule we were unable to keep ahead of it... finally gave up. Couple weeks ago, I put the round-up to it. Will burn it off hopefully in the next day or so, then turn everything under... A neighbor gave us a bunch of corn that he had extra... We put that up this weekend. Still got some peas and squash from last year's bounty, but gonna be store-bought veggies for us this winter, I'm afraid... Hope to add more top soil to the garden spot for next year to improve drainage, Lord willing...
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Cleaning out the beds and getting ready for a fall planting. Several good lessons learned this year.
1. Calcium is a must in the soil. Was only able to harvest about a good 60 of the 1000
or so tomatoes we had due to "Blossom end rot". In fact we still have tomatoes
producing but they are getting the rot right out of the gate. To late now to save.
2. Flea beetles destroyed ALL of our tomatillos plants. Dr. Earths organic spray did not
protect from these *******s. They eat little holes in the leaves eventually destroying
all leaves.
3. Peppers....probably slack back a little on these. Planted more than we actually eat and
just to cheap at the market.No noticeable taste difference.
4. Snow peas failed, don't like warm weather.
5. Comsposting directly into garden....brought rats and mice who inturn destroyed our
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I just have a feeling mid September will be perfect to transplant. We shall see.







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Been a long time since we had a Fall garden. What y'all thinking on planting? We may try this. Don't really know much about Fall gardening, but gonna read up on it some. My mom n dad used to plant 'taters n squash and lots of turnip greens and mustard.


Anyone else have anything else they like growing in the Fall? When to plant??
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Been a long time since we had a Fall garden. What y'all thinking on planting? We may try this. Don't really know much about Fall gardening, but gonna read up on it some. My mom n dad used to plant 'taters n squash and lots of turnip greens and mustard.


Anyone else have anything else they like growing in the Fall? When to plant??
Zuchini/squash, brocoli, lettuce, radish, spinach, carrots, green beans, and bunching onions are kinda my go to for my limited space in the fall. Peppers will go to frost for me usually. Beans and squash usually go in around Labor Day for me in North Texas and I wait a bit on the rest so I don't have to babysit them in the heat.
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Zuchini/squash, brocoli, lettuce, radish, spinach, carrots, green beans, and bunching onions are kinda my go to for my limited space in the fall. Peppers will go to frost for me usually. Beans and squash usually go in around Labor Day for me in North Texas and I wait a bit on the rest so I don't have to babysit them in the heat.

Thanks for the input! Do you plant from seed or buy plants already started/start you own in a greenhouse?
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This was my 2nd year in new garden spot and even though the rain washed trenches between my hills, production was great. Tomatillos were totally out of control. Probably harvested close to 1,000 off 5 plants. Put up or sold close to 80 quarts of red salsa out of my tomatoes. Brown crowders produced 3 pickings.( gonna plant more next year). Pulled app. 300 cantaloupes and Israel melons. Sold a bunch and still had a bunch ruin. I put up an e-fence and kept the deer out, but coons got all my watermelons. Wish I could post pics!!!
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Thanks for the input! Do you plant from seed or buy plants already started/start you own in a greenhouse?
Pretty much everything from seed in the fall except for brocoli.

My brother has a small greenhouse that we use to grow transplants in the spring for our tomatoes and peppers. Everything else is direct sow into the garden.
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Rocky, what'a matter you can't post pics? too big? or just don't know how? Be glad to try to help...
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Don’t know how. Especially on my phone.
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Just don’t know how. Can text.
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All the seed starters are in mini “green houses”! Will add corn and peas directly into the garden in a few weeks.






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