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re: How about them gardens? - pointdog33
That's going to be some type of blight if the rest of the plant is dark green and the bottom is turning yellow. Treat with daconil or mancozeb If the whole plant is light green and the bottom leaves are yellow, that'll be a nutrient deficiency. That'll take a fertilizer like triple 8 or 8-24-2...
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re: How about them gardens? - pointdog33
Supposed to be 2 then done. ...
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re: How about them gardens? - pointdog33
The silks on the end will turn brown and dry out. Start feeling the ears to see if they're full. Once you feel the top kernels are full then you pick. [img]http://gardeners.s3.amazonaws.com/p/VESWE21133_3.jpg[/img]...
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re: How about them gardens? - pointdog33
Your corn is fine. The ears don't show up until the tassels do. Mine is right at 5 ft and just starting to tassel and the silks of the ears are starting to come out. The feed corn is developed to mature fast and produce fast. There are some short varieties of sweet corn out there, but I just sti...
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re: How about them gardens? - pointdog33
Peas can go march-august and Green Beans from feb-may. They can handle the heat and environment (excluding deer) better than most garden crops. Tomatoes on the other hand, not so much. Once it gets hot, that pollen gets sticky and it's pretty much over. ...
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re: How about them gardens? - pointdog33
They stay smaller than the Kentucky wonder beans and hollow out quick as well. I'd pick them when they are 3-4 inches long and the diameter a little larger than a pencil. They produce way better than my pole beans have but wear your back out picking. ...
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re: How about them gardens? - pointdog33
Phase 1 March 15th: G90 Sweet Corn Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans Heirlooms: German Johnson, German Queen Cherokee Purple, Homestead,Black Prince & Marion, Hybrid: Amelia & Husky Cherry Eggplants Colored Bell Pepper Zucchini Yellow Squash Cucumbers Phase 2 April 1st: G90 Sweet Corn ...
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re: Tomato question (Blossom End Rot) - pointdog33
Get calcium nitrate. Fertilizes and adds calcium all in one step. ...
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re: Need help with cucumber plants - pointdog33
Sevin will take them out. ...
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re: Need help with cucumber plants - pointdog33
Those are juvenile leaf footed bugs not assassins. They suck sap so they are harmful....
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re: EBR officials crack down on truancy - pointdog33
[quote]Out of 121 parents, [b]only a third showed up[/b] to the two mandatory meetings that were held. Officals say most of the arrest were in the 70802 and 70805 zip code area.[/quote]...
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re: "We weren't doing anything to prevent it" - pointdog33
There aren't many people more steadfast in their beliefs than an all natural birth, breast feeding mom. They sure do like to spread their preferences on social media any chance they get too....
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re: Need help with cucumber plants - pointdog33
If the plant is unaffected, the more than likely the plant is under stress and dumping the fruit it can't support. ...
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re: "We weren't doing anything to prevent it" - pointdog33
It means that they were having sex and okay with getting pregnant, but weren't specifically trying to time their coitus for optimal fertilization. ...
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re: 104.5/9 things you like/don't like - pointdog33
Like: Culotta and the Prince, Sports Today Don't like: Moscona - he has the best time slot which is why he gets so many listeners. He constantly strokes his own ego when he is right 1/100 times. Plus he brings condon on ...
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re: What kind of lizard is this? - pointdog33
Looks like a prairie lizard...
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re: "Nut" Grass in my Tomato Garden - How can I kill it? - pointdog33
You can treat the middle of your rows with Sedgehammer to control it in your walking areas but Sedgehammer will retard the growth of your vegetable plants if it comes in contact with it. Everything out there to control sedges slows the growth of vegetable plants. The pre-emergent treatments avail...
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re: How to confront stinky coworker - pointdog33
[quote]It's not like he isn't wearing deodorant but more like he soaked his balls in rotten eggs saturated in old crawfish boil[/quote] Why are you smelling his balls is the bigger question....
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re: How do you fix the public school problem? (Not short) - pointdog33
Since the teachers can't touch the kids without being reprimanded, it really doesn't matter how scary they talk or look. The students know that the teachers and administration can't really do anything to them to discipline them, so you have a revolving door at the school "clinic" where the bad ones ...
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re: Spinning reel and rod help - pointdog33
I fish with a penn 450ssg and an off shore angler inshore exteme medium rod 7'6 and 15lb mono and haven't had any problem landing all the fish I fish for. My dad and bro use shimano 4000 symetres on falcon coastals and they work great and are really smooth. Both those setups are around $200 ...
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