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gotagetm

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Re: Gardens anyone?
« Reply #3960 on: Sep 14, 2020, 07:54 PM »
I'll tell you there's alot of nice gardens on here, unbelievable but I learned from a older guy ( guessing about 90 ) local farmer and milk farm told me not to disturb my dirt after planting just keep everything watered and natural fertilizer , manure or compost and would have best garden ever ,and honestly he was right my garden has 3' weeds but never more produce ,I know there is a lot of "weed free" gardeners on here but it's definitely worked for me ,I've gotten more tomatoes and jalpenos then ever off many less plants may be I just got lucky but doing again next year

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« Reply #3961 on: Sep 16, 2020, 04:09 PM »
Picked a nice meal of wax beans and spinach for dinner. I’ll have to pick a bunch tomorrow to share around the neighborhood.
Radishes are really happy in the trough planter.
Probably going to pull the tomatoes in the next couple days and plant more spinach. I’d plant some Swiss Chard, but my Bride isn’t a fan.

The season goes on for us.

Rg
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Re: Gardens anyone?
« Reply #3962 on: Sep 16, 2020, 07:02 PM »
Nice Bob, we're pulling off a pile of  tomatoes tomorrow as well, the wife is going to make yet another round of sauce.

Today's pull from the garden was Pablano Peppers and we have plenty of them.   Wife made Chicken Stuffed Pablano tonight and hit a home run. Yummy.
     


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« Reply #3963 on: Sep 16, 2020, 07:13 PM »
Looks great Bart...
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« Reply #3964 on: Sep 16, 2020, 07:17 PM »
Thanks Dom. I have the great fortune of being married to a great chef. I'd put her up against any of the Food Network cooks any day. 

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« Reply #3965 on: Sep 16, 2020, 08:20 PM »
Sure does Bart.

rgfixit

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« Reply #3966 on: Sep 17, 2020, 04:14 AM »
Man that looks delicious Bart .

I’m pretty much down to smallish green tomatoes on my plants. They’re browning out too so they’re destined for the compost pile.

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Re: Gardens anyone?
« Reply #3967 on: Sep 17, 2020, 06:10 AM »
Picked a nice meal of wax beans and spinach for dinner. I’ll have to pick a bunch tomorrow to share around the neighborhood.
Radishes are really happy in the trough planter.
Probably going to pull the tomatoes in the next couple days and plant more spinach. I’d plant some Swiss Chard, but my Bride isn’t a fan.

The season goes on for us.

Rg.
. Time for hoe out and fresh planting of cold weather crop got spinach and kale in last night.  Trying something new for winter gonna put carrots and onions in high tunnel no heat and supposed to be able to harvest in April we'll see how it goes.  I'm out of New Hampshire but we get a lot of advise from farmer in New York do any of you guys know of Neversink farm Connor Crickmore doing some really cool things worth checking out

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« Reply #3968 on: Sep 17, 2020, 06:12 AM »
This time of year my garden gets optimal sun.  My house is on a hill facing north surround by pine trees. 
My only spot for a garden is on the south side of the house looking up hill with a clear shot. Great sun this time of year.
 My tomatoes and peppers are still growing strong.   So i will be covering them on these sketchy frosty nights .
 Every thing else is gone except the beets and potatoes..
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« Reply #3969 on: Sep 17, 2020, 11:57 AM »
Better double that cover this weekend Dom. It’s going to be cold here can’t  think of how cold it’ll get up where you are.

Rg
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« Reply #3970 on: Sep 17, 2020, 02:34 PM »
Did 15 quarts of whole tomatoes today and tomorrow more jalpenos then I'm done haha I'm canned out ,and freezer full also so more time getting back to work

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« Reply #3971 on: Sep 17, 2020, 03:32 PM »
Picked some beans and shared them with neighbors. Pulled a few tomato plants as well. Left the San Marzano and



Things are winding down in the gardens.

Rg
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« Reply #3972 on: Sep 17, 2020, 03:55 PM »
Cool Beans!  8)

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« Reply #3973 on: Sep 17, 2020, 04:02 PM »
Nice harvest Bob.
 I will be covering the garden best i can if it dies it dies..   
 I still need to catch some smallmouths and start getting ready for bow season.   ;D
 
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Re: Gardens anyone?
« Reply #3974 on: Sep 17, 2020, 04:19 PM »
Those are nice looking beans raq

 



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