My tomatoes are started under a grow light in the garage. Two 10' double rows of peas are just starting to break ground in the garden, I'll cover them with aged sawdust today before tonight's "hard freeze".
In addition to the one tomato and one cucumber in deep water culture buckets we also have strawberries, lettuce and spinach in horizontal 2" PVC using ebb and flow. The 2" pipe garden was a retail offering that my wife picked up to try hydroponics. The small volume and 1.5" net cups makes it difficult to maintain..
Depends on where they are. Ive got wild blackberries in the pasture. Quail and rabbits love the cover and fire keeps them in check. These are versions that stand erect and yield large fruits.Here we just try and get rid of blackberries, always throws me off when I hear about people planting them
Tomatoes (3 kinds), lemon cucumbers, anaheim peppers, green bell peppers, cantaloupes, watermelons, yellow squash, zucchini - all on a drip system.Well placed and order for blackberries, and peppers as well as pumpkin, zucchini, and watermelon seed. Before we know it, it will be that time again. Ive really been thinking about building a greenhouse. Anybody else getting the itch?
I thought from your other thread that you had 4 gardens yourself!I tilled 4 gardens this past weekend, I have not done my own yet, but it will make 5. This will be my first time planting a garden ever in my life, me and my girlfriend are going to give it a try. Her grandparents have always planted one and she has always helped with it.
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No, No, I use my tractor to work for other people mostly, Bush hogging and I got a tiller last year so I started doing that as well. I will be sure to do that though!I thought from your other thread that you had 4 gardens yourself!
If you get the chance with yours, after the first till, dump a few yards of compost on it and till that in too, your future plants will appreciate it.