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Post by MattyFresh on 2020-07-03, 21:40

Nordic wrote:
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I've also heard human hair works to keep the deer away as well.

Will give it a whirl. I put some potted marigolds out by the daylillies last night. No further damage done last night and just heard the culprit grunting in the woods when I went out and checked. So it seemed to work.

Posting in a gardening thread, on a day off, before 7am...turning into tGreenway more and more everyday. 

[size=34]Off to the early bird Home Depot in my compression socks and sandals with the rest of the greenways[/size]


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Post by aualum06 on 2020-07-11, 16:28

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Post by aualum06 on 2020-07-25, 18:52

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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2020-07-25, 19:11

Good looking bounty au.
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Post by tGreenWay on 2020-07-25, 19:40

Well done, au.
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Post by AvgMSUJoe on 2020-07-25, 21:24

Tomatoes are turning yellow... Right on cue, I think we have a perennial fungus.
Kept the deer away this year so the plants weren't ruined by trauma. The flowers the wife planted look better then most years. Cause I've been home to water daily...
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Post by tGreenWay on 2020-07-25, 21:42

AvgMSUJoe wrote:Tomatoes are turning yellow... Right on cue, I think we have a perennial fungus.
Kept the deer away this year so the plants weren't ruined by trauma. The flowers the wife planted look better then most years. Cause I've been home to water daily...

Are you going to try to ID and get rid of the fungus? There are some pretty decent organic options available if you don’t want to go the noxious chemical route. Meanwhile, my tomato
plants are starting to ripen. I got a late start on everything. Also trying out some things in my backyard where there’s not all day full sun. I’m hoping to move the entire garden into one corner where it’s out of the way of the Yoga for MILFs classes I lead.
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Post by Nordic on 2020-08-01, 12:57

Today's haul

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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2020-08-01, 14:36

Nice what are those red peppers? Thai chili? Fresno,?
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Post by aualum06 on 2020-08-01, 14:38

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Nice I'm picking about a dozen cucumbers a day if anyone wants to come get some lol
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Post by Nordic on 2020-08-01, 16:18

WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:Nice what are those red peppers? Thai chili? Fresno,?

Thai Dragon. Picked a little early (small), but there are about 40 green ones right behind it, so I figured I would divert the energy. I'm going to try to dry these two out before and see how it goes before the others are ready. These are my first ever tomatoes and peppers. Bunch more tomatoes in a few days. The jalapeños are being a bit more stingy.

The lettuce has been the biggest winner and will definitely do again. Pick when needed instead of store bought going bad in the fridge. Re-grows fast. Spinach was good for about 3 cycles, but taking a turn. The require more work. Broccoli I think I'm giving up on. Tall as fuck, but no signs of sprouts. Been losing some leaves because it is thirsty as hell and I haven't watered as much as I should. TDemanding as hell.


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Post by aualum06 on 2020-08-01, 16:22

Nordic wrote:
WhiteBoyHatcher wrote:Nice what are those red peppers? Thai chili? Fresno,?

Thai Dragon. Picked a little early (small), but there are about 40 green ones right behind it, so I figured I would divert the energy. I'm going to try to dry these two out before and see how it goes before the others are ready. These are my first ever tomatoes and peppers. Bunch more tomatoes in a few days. The jalapeños are being a bit more stingy.

The lettuce has been the biggest winner and will definitely do again. Pick when needed instead of store bought going bad in the fridge. Re-grows fast. Spinach was good for about 3 cycles, but taking a turn. The require more work. Broccoli I think I'm giving up on. Tall as fuck, but no signs of sprouts. Been losing some leaves because it is thirstu as hell and I haven't watered as much as I should. TDemanding as hell.

Animals didn't get to my broccoli this year been having it almost every night with cheese. Delicious stuff
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Post by Robert J Sakimano on 2020-08-01, 20:02

Some sort of critter ate a pot of impatiens. Odd that they left a huge patch of ground-level impatiens alone.

I'm pissed. This happened about 2 days ago.
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Post by Nordic on 2020-08-01, 22:02

Robert J Sakimano wrote:Some sort of critter ate a pot of impatiens. Odd that they left a huge patch of ground-level impatiens alone.

I'm pissed. This happened about 2 days ago.



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Post by Nordic on 2020-08-01, 22:03

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Thai Dragon. Picked a little early (small), but there are about 40 green ones right behind it, so I figured I would divert the energy. I'm going to try to dry these two out before and see how it goes before the others are ready. These are my first ever tomatoes and peppers. Bunch more tomatoes in a few days. The jalapeños are being a bit more stingy.

The lettuce has been the biggest winner and will definitely do again. Pick when needed instead of store bought going bad in the fridge. Re-grows fast. Spinach was good for about 3 cycles, but taking a turn. The require more work. Broccoli I think I'm giving up on. Tall as fuck, but no signs of sprouts. Been losing some leaves because it is thirstu as hell and I haven't watered as much as I should. TDemanding as hell.

Animals didn't get to my broccoli this year been having it almost every night with cheese. Delicious stuff

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Post by aualum06 on 2020-08-01, 22:06

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Animals didn't get to my broccoli this year been having it almost every night with cheese. Delicious stuff

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Post by aualum06 on 2020-08-02, 15:15

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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2020-08-02, 18:30

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