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  1. Wow that's awesome! Way cleaner then my garden. How many counties do you feed with all that zucchini? Do you can any?
  2. Everything is doing well. Sunflowers are coming in a little slower then last year but look good. Banana peppers are almost ready, carrots and brussel sprouts in the background are doing awesome. I need to thin the carrots. If the weather man was ever correct it would help me know when to fertilize. Wasn't there a weather guy from Philly that was on this site a while ago?
  3. Not to answer for Biz but I'm trying this on a couple of mine this year. I tie twine to the top of the cage which allows (in theory) the plant to grow vertically and increases air flow which hopefully stops powdery mildew. I don't know if it means much but the plant I did this with already has zucchini the others don't with exact same conditions. I also read it helps pollinators but I think the powdery mildew theory makes more sense. I'll send a picture soon.
  4. My wife is in Cape Cod, she was very happy with her meal. Me, I'm having boiled potatoes after cutting the grass and picking weeds all day, get married they say.........
  5. Cut scapes off my garlic today, got about 35 of them. I'm going to attempt to make scape pesto with basil that was grown in a solo cup. Looks like my Hungarian wax peppers should be ready in less then a week for my first pepper harvest of the year. Potatoes are starting to flower, I just need to keep putting DE on them so the flea beetles stay under control. Iceberg and romaine lettuce going very strong.
  6. One groundhog and one coon so far. My seven month old coonhound had fun today. Deer broke into my larger garden (didn't eat anything) so I will be raising my fence to 8ish feet today. Soooooo many deer in my yard I need a nuisance permit.
  7. Whether the spelling was done on purpose or not I find this very funny.
  8. Potatoes are coming in very well, russet and fingerling. Iceberg lettuce really took off this week. Peppers are booming, eggplant is struggling with flea beetles. Threw some DI on everything hopefully that solves the issue for now.
  9. Yeah well I did that with mine and I've found about 8 ticks already between my two dogs. Called the company and asked for my money back.
  10. I've got peppers! Plant seems very hardy so far. Carmen sweet red pepper from Johnny Seeds.
  11. Not those. Started them at least a month ago.
  12. Lettuce is ready. 80s next couple days here. My soil retains lots of water, so my pepper plants will go out tomorrow.
  13. Nothing below mid 40s by me in the future at night. Potatoes are just coming in, garlic looks good. I put some peppers and eggplant in the ground today. I had flowers on eggplant and peppers so hopefully it will deal with these cool temps and I'll get an early harvest.
  14. I think we would get along. Been all over the world and the southern tip of Spain (Rota) was amazing. Food, beaches, attractions, yup that place was cool. Nashville is stateside my favorite spot. Wife and I went the Spring before covid and loved it. I kinda got talked into going, I dont enjoy the city scene anymore and like my routine at home. That said music was awesome bars were so laid back. Had some great bbq and walked around town all day. Was also NFL draft weekend that year when I was there.
  15. Hanger steak with poached fingerling potatoes in a garlic butter sauce. Side of mushrooms and onions cooked with butter and marsala wine. Broccoli was just added for color. Now I sit in my recliner breathing heavily from over eating.
  16. Yeah man transferring to larger pots, cups whatever sucks and is tedious and takes time. Usually a Mets game and a couple beers helps, of course the Mets were rained out today. Fours hours of my time today with only Spaceballs and Goose Island to help.
  17. Great point by Nomad! Transplanted another 30 peppers today that's about 100 peppers. I put two brussel sprouts in the ground today along with a couple eggplant to clear some room. Its early but I don't believe I'll have another frost here in the Hudson Valley. Cant catch this damn groundhog but he hasn't done damage yet. My larger peppers are starting to developed fruit already, same as my eggplant. Not ideal but as soon as I fix my fence they will go in the ground. I tried to stay ahead of the game because I had nose surgery Friday but it really shut me down for four days.
  18. Got carrots in the ground today, also five fingerling potatoes and five russet. Lettuce started inside as well as lettuce from seed goes in tomorrow late evening after the heat wave. Cant believe how well the romaine is doing in solo cups. Iceberg is alright but not as hardy.
  19. You guys are blowing my mind today, freaking awesome.
  20. Stuffed poblanos with sausage, shrimp, onions, mushrooms, bell peppers, and home grown basil. (First harvest of the year) Two with cream cheese and bleu cheese the other two with cream cheese and sharp white cheddar from Adam's fair acre farm (all those from the hudson valley are singing the jingle in their head I know it).
  21. Anything ever eat your garlic at that stage? I have above 40 cloves coming and something decided to try just one special one.
  22. Somebody hit the nail on the head. I dont check the political section but this seems to be a never ending back and forth between people with different ideologies. I do understand this topic is under that chat forum but it shows up at the top the page when you enter the website. And it's been like this for months. Anyways good luck to all in this thread it's my last post when it comes to this stuff. Somebody please tell me how to for ever clean my food plots from weeds and I will agree with them on any discussion such as these!
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