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Old 01-15-2018, 07:14 AM   #1
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You get anything off the Fall crop, Rich??

Getting ready to cut this thread loose and start on 2018.
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Farm & Garden guy on Sat. morning radio show reminded listeners to order seed catalogs or check on-line now.
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Already started my shopping cart at Park Seeds........a few days ago. It's not like days long ago when you could go to the local hardware store and buy bulk seeds......everyone sells small packets of seed now.
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With all the GMO and hybrid varieties proliferating, it has become quite a 'seedy' business. I get my seeds from only 'heirloom' variety vendors. That is, any seeds I do not reclaim from the current crops!

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You get anything off the Fall crop, Rich??

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Not much unfortunately. A ton of green tomatoes, lots of onions and a few pepper was all I got.

The weather here was so squrrelly this year!
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A whole lot more than I got..... I was kinda bummed out about my vision and let everything slide.....oh, had a re-roof going on too. Garden didn't come together last year. Not too many gardens came together last year from what I saw.
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It was a strange year for sure. My spring garden was ok . . but the flooding and then unusual weather did a job in the fall!
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Nobody really planted much around here last season. The guy across the road only put out a few 'mater plants in his front yard.....by the front door. The guy down the road didn't even turn his soil......let the weeds grow. I never set out the plants I started......what I started didn't look all that great.
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Glutton for punishment that I am, I've started seeds already

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Cilantro, Celebrity 'maters, Grape 'maters, Habanero, Cayenne and Jalapeno Peppers, Thyme and Basil
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Dang! why did that come out sideways???

Fixed it!
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Here I thoght you were growing those upside down tomato plants.
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ya know . . I tried that one year and they actually turned out pretty good.
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I have a full garden but snow is not much of a crop.
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Time for a 2018 Thread!

I transplanted some of the babies into individual pots or 6-packs yesterday.

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We are waiting on more snow and very cold winds there is not a thought of growing anything.
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Thread has been split and a new one started.

I haven't ordered my seeds yet.....I better get busy.
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How ya doing, Rich?? Almost time to get the critters set in their beds??

I just placed my seed order a few minutes ago.......$37 worth of stuff. I'm going to try beans and corn this year.....again. Still have about 5 weeks to even think about planting seeds.
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Still a tad early for planting . . Average last Frost is Feb 15. I am retiring from the board effective March 1 so I have a lot to do to hand over to my replacement! I imagine it will be March before I plant
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Finally going to retire?? What will you do with all the extra time??

Well.....you'll be setting plants out when I'm getting ready to start seeds. Peppers grow so slow that I start mine 12 weeks before setting out......'maters I give about 8-10 weeks.

I'm still going to till up a spot in my fenced-in yard for the 'maters......everything else will be planted in the old garden. I cut way back on seeds this year and only got 1/4 lb each of corn and beans....didn't bother with the 'Corleone' 'maters after 4 season's of nothing.
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Try not starting 'maters' indoors. Wait till almost June and start outside. One of the things I left in N.J. 14 years ago were my cages.
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