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    Garden!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Got my seeds in the mail from Gurneys. Now to start planning what goes where, and I think I can till in some more compost this afternoon with weather like this. Don't hardly have snow even in ditches.

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    Just ordered all my seed from gurneys on Sunday night. Should be here in a week or so.

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    I'm going to need to do a whole bunch of cucumbers this year. My youngest loves pickles. She can wolf a jar in a day no problem.

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    I'm throwing the towel in on a garden.

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    Lb tilling compost in? where you at , I got 3 ft of snow in my garden yet.

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    Hoping to dodge the hail this year and get a garden. Grrrrr!!!!!

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    I should have a nice crop of garlic this year with all the snow on top of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildeyes View Post
    Lb tilling compost in? where you at , I got 3 ft of snow in my garden yet.
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    When I was younger I despised gardens: weeding, bugs, upkeep.... now that I'm older and wiser I've realized

    Gardens= Therapy

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    I am doing a garden this year for the first time. I checked out Gurneys online. Do you guys all start from just seed or do you start with plants?

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    Planted my snow peas this morning, you do plant them in the snow don't you , my first time

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyMike View Post
    I'm throwing the towel in on a garden.
    Probably take a few years off then you will have free labor option with dirty jr. He would be a really good helper because I know I was a really good helper atleast that's what my dad told me. Covered head to toe in dirt with only a cloth diaper on.
    Anyways I going to plant my own seeds this year it seems to not make a difference if I buy them early because it still takes 2 to 3 weeks to acclimate.

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    When I was younger I despised gardens: weeding, bugs, upkeep.... now that I'm older and wiser I've realized

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    I agree 100 percent with this

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    I'm tired of dealing with the rabbits mowing down my garden in one night. Plus I have a fence to put in, a shed to build, and a lure room to gut and retool.

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    Does anyone want to do a seed swap meet,i don't have a big garden so I have way too many seeds. Should I start a garden group

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyMike View Post
    I'm tired of dealing with the rabbits mowing down my garden in one night. Plus I have a fence to put in, a shed to build, and a lure room to gut and retool.
    need to get a live cage trap for your garden then you could have cotton tail alastew with fresh garden veggies

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    I have a good number of dog bombs sprouting/appearing daily with the snow melt that I should have taken care of more religiously during the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3Roosters View Post
    I have a good number of dog bombs sprouting/appearing daily with the snow melt that I should have taken care of more religiously during the winter.

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    Just got my online ordering yesterday. I never order from Gurney. Not impressed with them. I use Johnnys, Jung and Tomato Growers. I did order three types of seeds from Pinetree.

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    Wife and I planted 215 seeds in starter trays last night. We grow all our tomatoes, peppers, and pretty much everything we can get away with in pots and plan on giving a lot of stuff away if it all grows... not very good at this seedling stuff yet... plants around 50 of the super 100 cherry tomatoes and that makes me happy happy happy. Those things are so Fricken good it's ridiculous...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petras View Post
    Wife and I planted 215 seeds in starter trays last night. We grow all our tomatoes, peppers, and pretty much everything we can get away with in pots and plan on giving a lot of stuff away if it all grows... not very good at this seedling stuff yet... plants around 50 of the super 100 cherry tomatoes and that makes me happy happy happy. Those things are so Fricken good it's ridiculous...
    I plant about 24 of the super 100 cherry tomatoes and usually run out of people to give them too.

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    I would be perfectly fine with not giving any of the super 100s away. those damned things are so good they should be their own food group. Wife is finally giving in to the idea of some raised beds in the back yard. We don't really have a spot that would be good to till up so I'm trying to get her to agree to something like an 6' x 40' raised garden to do our planting in.

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