How Does Your Garden Grow??????

Discussion in 'Gardening' started by Larry {the} Gardener, Feb 26, 2016.

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    Grow for fun only

    Grow for fun only Well-Known Member

    Guess it would be very delicious when it cooked .:weed: next time will try use my grow lamp a mars 300 to grow the eggplants to see how it works, wanna eat a healthy vegetables, and have a long life. lol :blsmoke:
     
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    racerboy71

    racerboy71 bud bootlegger

    my garden didn't do great this year for the most part.. got late blight on some of my tomatoes from all of the rain and high humidity.. the cuc's just never really took off.. the eggplant and peppers are doing the best, and i've still been getting quite a few from both, with lots of flowers still on the eggplants.
    last year my peppers never really did anything, so i guess this summer's conditions favored the peppers and eggplant and not so much the 'matters and cucs..
     
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    Grow for fun only

    Grow for fun only Well-Known Member

    Cool man , do you best job :bigjoint::bigjoint::bigjoint:
     
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    GreenHighlander

    GreenHighlander Well-Known Member

    My roma/juliets were my best tomatoes . 2 years now and zero blight . The celebrities and scotias both had blight issues. We have not had lots of rain at all.The rivers here are lower then I have ever seen. It is my understanding that blight is a spore like thing that travels in the air and is spread via touching/cross contamination.

    Cheers :)
     
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    Grow for fun only

    Grow for fun only Well-Known Member

    How do the guys keep the room all light on,guess they are growing the very Bigggg girls there? :bigjoint::bigjoint::bigjoint: last week i send this guys a used lamp, one of my mars 300w led, the owner is a friend of mine, i will go to check how it doing there some day when i am free. :weed::weed::weed:

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    xtsho

    xtsho Well-Known Member

    Some glass gem corn. I planted in two different locations. One I only planted red and blue seeds and ended up with mostly red corn.

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    Pumpkin vines are dying off

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    Still picking tomatoes. These are the Stupice that I'm not growing again. They're just too small. But they do produce a lot and are still setting fruit. I wish I would have used that space for San Marzano's or Roma's.

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    Grow for fun only

    Grow for fun only Well-Known Member

    All look nice buddy , and dont forget to smoke on weekend :bigjoint::bigjoint:
     
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    Jypsy Dog

    Jypsy Dog Well-Known Member

    I'm just starting my seedlins here in AZ... Been another long hot one. My Winter peppers and cucumbers can't wait. Life starts getting good around Halloween. befunky_skeleton-sitting-next-to-garden-a.jpg
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    Last year I had more squash than I could give away. All sorts of squash. This year the rain killed the yellow and zukes after about three weeks. I only made 2-3 acorn squash, and no spaghetti squash at all. The same with my tomatoes. They did great to start with, but once the everyday rain started, they started rotting on the vine, then the vines died.

    Peppers did great. Okra too, until the black spot got to it. I have young okra coming along nicely.
     
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    This is going to be my best crop of oranges yet. I worry about the limbs breaking though.

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    Grow for fun only

    Grow for fun only Well-Known Member

    Here are the ripe Pomelo in my garden, wanna taste ? :mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:
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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    Sweet corn is looking good. Until you look close. Then you see all the flies. I will spray tomorrow.

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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    The good news is I spread mushroom compost on the garden and everything is growing like crazy. The bad news is I spread mushroom compost on the garden and everything is growing like crazy. {there are some peas in there}

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    too larry

    too larry Well-Known Member

    A few more of the mini sweets are producing now. More colors. The plan is to make unstuffed peppers tomorrow using the mini sweet, bells, Hatch and a couple of Jalapeno.

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    Grow for fun only

    Grow for fun only Well-Known Member

    Thanks .:P:P
     
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    Grow for fun only

    Grow for fun only Well-Known Member

    I am here in the market, see many oranges here, hahaha, wanna taste one by one :mrgreen:



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    Strudelheim

    Strudelheim Well-Known Member

    My comfrey, zucchini, squash, cucumber all got powdery mildew this year. I don't think it caused any issues but just curious if this is the norm for any of you guys? Seems like it shows up every year. I don't think that PM spreads to cannabis varieties since its species specific.

    Either way Ive been eating zucchini for a month straight 2 meals per day. Ive got 3 zuchinnis left, almost there!
     
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    xtsho

    xtsho Well-Known Member

    PM will most definitely spread to cannabis.

    I used to get PM on my squashes and cucumbers really bad. Last couple of years I've been doing preventative spraying before it even shows up. I spray the leaves weekly with neem during the growing season. This year my pumpkins leaves started dying off like they normally do without ever having gotten PM. I stopped spraying a couple weeks ago and now it's showing up on what's left of my cucumbers. I didn't get it on my squashes either. Unfortunately I had to dig them up early to fix some siding on the side of the house where they were planted. Should have thought about that summer project I needed to do before planting on the side of the house.
     
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