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here are a few more pics of the better stuff.
the big squash field
WEEDS!!!---they took over this area that I never got planted,---got too late!
Weedy cow peas
window mater garden
also have a few fair looking eggplant set, if the wind dont break the rest of the branches off them.
That is the way thingd are lookin here at this time!
The garden pictures have looked great and it has been fun reading the posts. I'm proud of mine so I'll post a few pic's also.
grass clipping for mulch.
my "straight" rows.
The sweet corn is getting close enough that I put up the electric fence.
and we could use rain here. I hope you have all enjoyed your gardens as I have mine this year. The food will be coming soon. I also have a smaller garden and have been eating peas, beans, lettuce, rhubarb and aspargus for some time.
A few more pics taken today!
Big onions and softball
The red beans today
Cabbage rollin up fast now
green beans ready for the storage shelf
The big onions ready to harvest
Some of the big onions and a softball for size comparison
The REAL electric fence keepin out the vermin from the food soys
The spud pacth today,--filled completely across the 48 inch rows!
Some of the spuds are getting close to maturing and we have been eating them for over 4 weeks now! thanks; sonny
Garden looks good. Ours burned up. 40 days without rain and 100+ temps will do that to you. Have you ever tried the oriental egg plant? To me, it is better than the "standard" egg plant in that the skin on the oriental type is tender and can be eaten while the skin on the "regular" one has to be peeled off like a slice of bologna. That is my experience. The oriental ones make better around here also. They will have 6 or so on at the same time. I got some oriental by mistake at the feed store. Didn't pay any attention when I set them out. When they started making, I wondered what in the world they were. I have planted them ever since. Just my thoughts.
Well my garden is doing great so far.Corn was planted ay late[Mem weekend] so I hope to get something.Peas are up to par along with the green beans.All my plants are healthy and producing well!!!Cucumbers wooo hoo!!! Real nice this year.I love the 2nd year garden.3rd is when it really starts to go!!!! Shelled peas for 2 hrs got 2 1 qt freezer bags!!! Kevin
47 CUB[Krusty] 49 CUB[Ollie] 50 H-- PLOWS DISCS MOWERS AND lots more stuff!!Life is to short -Have fun now cause ya ain't gonna be here long!!!!
My tomatoes ared doing really well this year..one plant got so big it broke the cage and fell over....have it laying in a lawn chair...averaging 4 to 5 per day about baseball size...no splitting either this year..will post picture when I get a day off....my neighbors are really happy with them...need to learn to can....I had a killer BLT last night for dinner.....traded three tomatoes for two peices of bread....we both made out
Robert (up to his eyes in tomatoes) Miller
OK here is my nightly pick.......got some beauties
I do have to pick them a couple of days early to prevent the birds and rats from enjoying them....but they ripen nicely in a couple of days.
Robert (likes them fresh) Miller
Lookin great, guys!!!Keep um coming!!
Here are a few more pics from our gardens!
Was harvesting more onions today and ran into this guy!---2 pounds!---biggest one yet!
These mater plants are from an unknown country,---but made there way to the USA!
Anybody have an idea what variety the look like?
Just got the peanuts weeded and cultivated tonight!
Spud hill ready to harvest!
During the dig---
The harvest from that 1 hill!
Weeds growing in the un-planted gardens mowed down last night!
The garden crops are maturing fast, and most look good so far! thanks; sonny
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