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Old 03-24-2020, 07:00 PM   #151
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As for potatoes I cover them up as much as I can , probably about 3 times while growing. Put some 7 dust on them for whatever is eating the leaves.

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Old 03-24-2020, 07:08 PM   #152
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Decided Kentucky Wonders vine for my trellis against my better judgement. 3 types peppers, 1 tomato plant, zucchini. No herbs. Did plant a rosemary for future use. Going to add some space and separate the squash for first time. So freaking big.
I do have maybe a bit too much Aloe Vera might let go of One potted or some starters if anyone is near east Georgetown wanting a starter or even one of my larger ones.
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Old 03-24-2020, 07:25 PM   #153
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Purple hulls are bush peas not climbers
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Old 03-24-2020, 07:26 PM   #154
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Same here...just wade thru picking peas...best time of year
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Yeah they will just cover the ground , just wade through them and pick peas.
At least that's how I do it.

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Old 03-24-2020, 08:31 PM   #155
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With everything shut down , my garden sure is getting a lot of attention .Challenge is not to fill up all the spaces before i start putting tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers etc in. Just about a week out before go all in on the hot summer stuff.
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Our little garden is looking good and the bees are enjoying the blooms!



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Old 03-25-2020, 10:42 AM   #157
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Purple hulls are bush peas not climbers
There are bush and vine varieties of purple hull peas.
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Old 03-25-2020, 11:26 AM   #158
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Headed to home Depot to look for the Purple Hulls. I just planted some Kentucky Wonders next to a trelles as I think those are climbers.
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Old 03-25-2020, 11:35 AM   #159
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If you plant PH Peas in your regular row garden, make your rows twice as wide as the rest of the garden... they really take up a lot of space when they get going. They are one of the BEST things you can plant in a garden as far as I'm concerned!! Love me some purple hull peas with a big ol ham hock in em and a pot of boiled okra to go with 'em... Mamma used to boil the peas n okra together, but that's a bit too much dark slime for me... Still good if you got some hot cornbread to sop it up with tho.
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Old 03-25-2020, 01:22 PM   #160
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getting the final prep done before planting. I'm trying to resist the urge to plant now but we usually get a freeze right around Easter.

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What a great looking back yard garden!! That's enough space to grow a LOT of food! Good luck!
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Old 03-26-2020, 09:45 PM   #162
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Anybody tried this yet? The ones I've followed have produced a LOT of cukes. Hoping it works for us. The fertilizer is the key:

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Old 03-26-2020, 10:33 PM   #163
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getting the final prep done before planting. I'm trying to resist the urge to plant now but we usually get a freeze
Nice garden! Someone misses a 3 pointer you could lose a squash plant though.
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Old 03-27-2020, 05:08 PM   #164
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getting the final prep done before planting. I'm trying to resist the urge to plant now but we usually get a freeze right around Easter.

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What soil do you use in your pots?

I got my wife some herbs and was going to use Mericalgro garden soil, but noticed on the bag it said in ground use. My Dad said to use potting soil as the MG would probably not do well with water inn the pots.
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What soil do you use in your pots?

I got my wife some herbs and was going to use Mericalgro garden soil, but noticed on the bag it said in ground use. My Dad said to use potting soil as the MG would probably not do well with water inn the pots.
I use a blend of potting soil and compost in my pots. I have limited yard space so compliment my garden with pots. He's right in that if you use regular garden soil it will stay wet and not drain well. Mulch them and you will not have to water very often depending on how much sun/heat they get.
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Old 03-27-2020, 08:02 PM   #166
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Does anyone grow Purple Tree Collards? I'm thinking about giving the a try in one of my raised beds.
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Old 03-28-2020, 07:55 AM   #167
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Got the tomatoes planted at the house.
Hope they do as good as last year.

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Old 03-28-2020, 08:15 AM   #168
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Moved I to a new house so starting over. Have the ground tilled several times, removed all the grass I could and added in 7 yards of mushroom compost. Will till a few more times and plant the end of this month. Here's a picture with my happy helper.

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Old 03-28-2020, 10:26 AM   #169
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Curious how much you have vested in drip line for that size garden?
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Old 03-28-2020, 10:49 AM   #170
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Looking at getting my seeds in the ground today as it just dried out enough to get my tilling done and some rows formed.


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Old 03-28-2020, 11:34 AM   #171
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Starting with yellow squash, okra, tomatoes and cilantro today.

I live in a subdivision, so I'm pretty limited.
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Old 03-28-2020, 01:04 PM   #172
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Curious how much you have vested in drip line for that size garden?
About $300. Bulk hose and fittings cut to length. Put on timers in two different zones. Works good so far.

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Old 03-28-2020, 01:15 PM   #173
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What soil do you use in your pots?

I got my wife some herbs and was going to use Mericalgro garden soil, but noticed on the bag it said in ground use. My Dad said to use potting soil as the MG would probably not do well with water inn the pots.
a mix of all purpose garden soil, composted cow manure, and clay from my ranch in rocksprings.
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Old 03-28-2020, 01:23 PM   #174
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getting the final prep done before planting. I'm trying to resist the urge to plant now but we usually get a freeze right around Easter.

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Looks like you are set up with a hoop garden so you can cover them if there is a freeze.
I got all but 4 plants in the ground yesterday evening before it got too dark. It rained overnight so that helped get them settled in. Will get those 4 others today in the mud and hope we don't get a freeze from here on out, but as you say there usually one around easter. I'll just have to be prepared with blankets, just in case.
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Old 03-28-2020, 01:26 PM   #175
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I understand row planting in typical farming when you irrigate in-between the rows to get water to the roots, but in a veggie garden are rows necessary when you are watering in a different fashion (or maybe you are irrigating in the valleys)?
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Old 03-28-2020, 01:52 PM   #176
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Mulched the garden today and picked a little asparagus between the showers.


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Old 03-28-2020, 03:28 PM   #177
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Got 2 little volunteer tomatoes coming up from last year don't know what they are. I hope they make it.

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I understand row planting in typical farming when you irrigate in-between the rows to get water to the roots, but in a veggie garden are rows necessary when you are watering in a different fashion (or maybe you are irrigating in the valleys)?

last year kept everything flat and it would never dry out and got a lot of root rot. Keeping higher makes me water but easier to control it being too saturated.


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last year kept everything flat and it would never dry out and got a lot of root rot. Keeping higher makes me water but easier to control it being too saturated.


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Nothing wrong with it, just wandering. Maybe you can set up an irrigation system?
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Nothing wrong with it, just wandering. Maybe you can set up an irrigation system?

I usually just put a sprinkler on a t-post. Tried soakers and my hard water clogged them, and made pvc squares with lawn sprinklers but my water pressure only lets me use 2 heads.


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Mulched the garden today and picked a little asparagus between the showers.


I just planted my first asparagus plants today. Can't wait till next season. How many asparagus come off a single plant?
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Old 03-28-2020, 05:49 PM   #182
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Got started on the planting last night but got too dark. Finished it up today. Put up the cattle panel arches for the cucumbers to climb. Going to wait to put out the tomato cages until I know we won't get a frost.
Got tomatoes, bell peppers, sweet peppers, okra, squash, zucchini, spaghetti squash, peas, green beans, cantaloupe, pickling cucumbers, and slicing cucumbers.
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I just planted my first asparagus plants today. Can't wait till next season. How many asparagus come off a single plant?

My asparagus plants have been in the ground three years. I planted five, one year old crowns. So technically they are four years old. I didnít harvest any the first year of growth, as you need to let them mature. The second and third years I picked up until the first of May. Let them go to fern to further mature. This year I can pick all I want.
Iím getting around six to eight spears every other day now. They grow much faster when itís warm. Iím sure Iíll be harvesting every day pretty soon.
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My asparagus plants have been in the ground three years. I planted five, one year old crowns. So technically they are four years old. I didnít harvest any the first year of growth, as you need to let them mature. The second and third years I picked up until the first of May. Let them go to fern to further mature. This year I can pick all I want.
Iím getting around six to eight spears every other day now. They grow much faster when itís warm. Iím sure Iíll be harvesting every day pretty soon.
What kind of space is that size of set taking up? I would love to grow asparagus but have limited space.
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What kind of space is that size of set taking up? I would love to grow asparagus but have limited space.

My raised bed box is made of 2x12ís.
12í long x 1í wide.
Because asparagus is a long lived perennial, I would make it out of something more permanent than wood. When mine finally starts rotting, Iím going to frame the wood frame I have now in a composite structure as to not disturb the roots. Iíve read that asparagus really donít like to have their roots messed with.
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Old 03-28-2020, 09:43 PM   #186
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Got the planting done today. Enjoyed having the expansion onto the raised bed. Put up the cattle panel arches for the cucumbers to climb but going to wait on the tomato cages until I know it won't frost.
Put in tomatoes, bell peppers, sweet peppers, green beans, peas, okra, asparagus, squash, zucchini, cantaloupes, pickling cucumbers and slicing cucumbers.
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Old 03-28-2020, 09:57 PM   #187
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Well, my neighbor got arrested for growing marijuana! Apparently I do not know where the property line is......Just kidding

We have had our garden in the ground since Feb. 14. Its looking good but haven't got any pictures. Hopefully I'll remember to get some this week when we head up to the farm.
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Old 03-28-2020, 10:05 PM   #188
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Guess I can post this here. Built this for the little lady today. Will be finishing a second one tomorrow. Donít know what the little lady plans on putting in them yet.






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Okay, who wants to build this?
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Better late than never we got our garden going today tilled and planted squash,zucchini,tomatoes,green beans, some radish, kale, and peppers. Not to overboard this year lol.
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Anyone ever planted mustang grapes and been successful?

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Grow wild on my fence. Just planted some wine vines. Tempranillo and a Spanish white I cant pronounce. The Tempranillo has to be growing two inches a day... maybe we can make some vino in 3 years or so


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Following this. Just got a small container garden going on this year. Super busy and not quite situation in the new place. I have a great location picked for next year.


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wow burpee and bonnie seeds are sold out on most of there veg seeds. better save your seeds this season.
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Got started on the planting last night but got too dark. Finished it up today. Put up the cattle panel arches for the cucumbers to climb. Going to wait to put out the tomato cages until I know we won't get a frost.
Got tomatoes, bell peppers, sweet peppers, okra, squash, zucchini, spaghetti squash, peas, green beans, cantaloupe, pickling cucumbers, and slicing cucumbers.
That looks awesome. Post some updates on the cucumbers.
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Going on 4 years now of 100% organic gardening. And slowly accepting that in my area...there will just be some vegetable I will NOT be able to grow no matter what, If I rely solely on this homeopathic organic crap pesticides. Watched the last of my eggplants disappear this morning. They could barely stand straight with the amount of neemoil I coated them in last night. Thinking the neemoil just helped the bugs wash it down easier.
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Been looking for horseradish starts. Havent been able to find locally and dont typically have any luck with stuff from online. Thoughts?
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My cousins let me plant peppers in their container garden this year. I need to document the progress.


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Old 04-03-2020, 07:51 PM   #198
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My cousins let me plant peppers in their container garden this year. I need to document the progress.


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You and your cousins are a nice looking bunch. Peppers will do well except Bell Pepper per my experience which is limited. I use Gypsy's for a substitute for Bells and they go nuts most years. You and the pups will enjoy (I hope)
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Pretty pups, pretty gardens, me, bored so having a bit of fun. Best to you Legdog.
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We have been at it hard. By we I mean my kids that thought they getting a month spring break

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Two varieties of sweet corn. Thought we had bad germination rate till I found the coon prints.....

We have okra, squash, zucchini 4-5 tomatoes, sweet peppers and hot peppers.

Rattle snake pole beans which seem to grow like freaking weeds. Think we might have over planted them.

Pickling cucumbers
Watermelon .

More importantly we grew some big smiles and good times!


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