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      Question for the farmers on here. I have noticed fields of shorter sunflowers with large heads, and I would like to find some seeds for such. I have planted the giant sunflowers but they get to tall and then the wind will tip them over in my sandy soil. Any help? LB

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      Joy oh Joy my potatoes that I planted the day before surgery are popping through. Looks like most of the 400 hills made it. Will start planting my onion plants this afternoon. Have 300 super sweet and 300 Patterson to get in the ground. Tomato set and peppers are going in my raised beds next week after Monday. Monday should be the last chance of frost I hope. Happy gardening my friends. LB

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      Put in my potatoes,onions, and first row of radishes yesterday. Little late on the taters but our weather has sucked. The rest will go in next week because if we get frost after that it was meant to be and I may move to Florida like wags

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      Quote Originally Posted by LBrandt View Post
      Joy oh Joy my potatoes that I planted the day before surgery are popping through. Looks like most of the 400 hills made it. Will start planting my onion plants this afternoon. Have 300 super sweet and 300 Patterson to get in the ground. Tomato set and peppers are going in my raised beds next week after Monday. Monday should be the last chance of frost I hope. Happy gardening my friends. LB
      Have you planted the Patterson onions before? They were the only long term keepers I could find. I'm tired of buying old onions at the grocery store.

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      Quote Originally Posted by BDub View Post
      Have you planted the Patterson onions before? They were the only long term keepers I could find. I'm tired of buying old onions at the grocery store.
      Patterson will keep longer than any other that I have tried. The super sweet are great for fresh eating and making onion rings, they get soft ball size by fall. I plant about 6" apart then tin out for fresh steamed onions and kabobs buy 4th of July. Sell a lot of fresh baby red potato and little sweet onions for 4th of July BBQ.

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      Quote Originally Posted by LBrandt View Post
      Question for the farmers on here. I have noticed fields of shorter sunflowers with large heads, and I would like to find some seeds for such. I have planted the giant sunflowers but they get to tall and then the wind will tip them over in my sandy soil. Any help? LB
      I'll sniff around Valley here and find out what variety you would want, then find out if anyone has a bin of that variety and try to get you a bucketful. I'll let you know what I find out.

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      Was able to find a handfull of seed where the plant only gets 3' tall and has 18" heads just what I was lookng for. Thanks anyway KDM, see you next week. LB

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      Sounds like frost wed and thur night

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      Quote Originally Posted by eyexer View Post
      Sounds like frost wed and thur night


      One more snowstorm wouldn't surprise me .

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      Quote Originally Posted by Davey Crockett View Post
      One more snowstorm wouldn't surprise me .
      I gave you a "thumbs up" on your post but it really represents a "thumbs down". How dare you say something like that!

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      Quote Originally Posted by CatDaddy View Post
      I gave you a "thumbs up" on your post but it really represents a "thumbs down". How dare you say something like that!
      I gave you a thumbs up on your post, it's good for one point for sharing some laughter at a shitty deal .

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      Quote Originally Posted by LBrandt View Post
      Was able to find a handfull of seed where the plant only gets 3' tall and has 18" heads just what I was lookng for. Thanks anyway KDM, see you next week. LB
      With your oilseed varieties, many can grow large heads. But it all depends on your planted population. Most of the guys I know down here push for a higher population as they say that means smaller, faster drying heads. A lower population usually results in larger heads, or so they say. My dad always tries to grow big field flowers and has the same problem you do. That variety sounds good, what is it by chance?

      Frost coming this weekend here. Glad I don't have much but the early season stuff in. Have a real nice stand of salad greens going, hope they make it through!

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      Its a heialoom seed sold by baker creek heialoom seeds called short stuff. I dont think it is sold as a big field farm seed as its 3.00 for 15 seeds. I use the sunflowere for garden boarders an to feed the birds through the winter along with a few squirrels. Bought 3 packs to try along with some of the large tall seeds I have left from last year. Last year I seen a few fields of 5 ft tall, large head sunflowers on the way to visit my sister at Cooperstown should have stopped a swiped a few heads. Pretty sure it is not an oil variety, more so to a food variety. LB

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      One more snowstorm wouldn't surprise me .
      I have an old Lariet laying around somewhere that I might use one more time. LB

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      I am forgoing the garden plot this year to stay super focused on finishing off the inside of my shop. My question is, should I just leave the plot as bare dirt or plant some type of something to deter weeds and hold soil? If so, what should I plant, I'm in the Fargo area.

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      Plant annual rye grass. Its a soil builder and keeps the weeds down.

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      Extended the garden by 100 sqft this year and added a couple 2x8 planters next to the green house specifically for strawberries. Tomatoes in the green house are well over 18 inches tall and all my starts are ready to go in the ground. Been waiting over a week to pick up a couple yards of garden soil at the local garden center. Compost piles are all still frozen so no one has any topsoil/compost mix. hopefully they can get compost soon and I can get things moving on the garden by the weekend!

      With fuel prices over $5/gal and a newborn at the house, we won't be taking nearly as many fishing trips this summer so going to try to put some more time into a larger garden and really get some trophy veggies going!

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      That Alaska gardening is crazy great. Wish I could do that here, LB

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