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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
What kind of soil are they in? Bigger containers?...
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re: Mulch for vegetable garden - jyoung1
Grass clippings...
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
I just picked a bunch that I think are good pickling size so im just going to try a simple recipe with vinegar, salt, sugar, and dill. [img]https://i.postimg.cc/TdcM7gs4/053-D04-B5-3540-4281-83-F9-D2-F76-DCAB6-AE.jpg?dl=1[/img]...
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
Can someone post a good recipe for simple dill pickles? I have dill plant that isn’t flowering yet, so idk if i can use that, but i do have a bunch of dried dill from store. I tried making pickles but they came out tasting like bread and butter pickles. ...
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
I had some after the big rains. Usually it’s because of a water issue i think....
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re: Cucumber health question - jyoung1
I was wondering same thing about my cucumbers today. Hard to tell from pic but some of the newer leaves are more yellow than the rest. I think it might be a combination of slightly overwatering and they needed to be fed. My tomatoes in containers were needing water everyday so the cucumbers in b...
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re: Picking a tomato from garden - jyoung1
Snipping is correct way they say. ...
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
Also, saw something interesting in one of my “wild” tomato plants that sprouted up around my garden area presumably from last fall’s fallen fruit. I know it’s a deficiency of some sort (the leaf yellowing in new growth around base of leaf), and I googled and I’m guessing it is nitrogen or an ir...
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
Trying to get familiar with plant diseases. Is this blight? Most of the pics i googled showed big brown/dying spots. But on my leaves the edges are browning only, and then small spots are showing in middle of leaf. Not a problem or anything yet, just curious. [img]https://i.postimg.cc/gkf...
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Learned my lesson this morning, tying up all my pepper plants. I only lost one that broke completely. But it looks like a damn tornado went through the rest, blown down to 45 degrees. We needed rain badly, but not all that....
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
Do yall think that a good rainpour benefits plants, even if they hsve enough water already? I feel like everytime it rains, the next day I see noticeably more growth. Idk if I’m just making that up....
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
I just use a 2 gallon watering can. I get about 15 plants with 5 second pour on each. Although not sure if that’s the right amount per plant. ...
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re: Costco- Yardistry 12x14 Gazebo - jyoung1
[quote]I would figure out a way to anchor it down if it didn't come with the hardware to do it. A really strong wind gust will flip that thing onto your fence.[/quote] It’s pretty solid and heavy. But I do think it’s designed to be anchored into concrete....
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re: Costco- Yardistry 12x14 Gazebo - jyoung1
Helped my dad put together one of those. I remember the roof being difficult....
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re: My description of 2019 LSU in one play - jyoung1
[quote]The other time was LSU’s first TD vs Bama when Chase scorched Diggs. It was the ultimate “Uh-oh Happy learned how to putt” moment.[/quote] That moment right there. I immediately imagined the face of every bama fan in the stadium not understanding what just occured. ...
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
I think you’re right, ive been finding these eggs on bottoms of the leaves, i took this pic recently: [img]https://i.postimg.cc/wHtWzgjc/AF174-F7-B-DEB0-4-E40-ADF8-603-FC1-BDB616.jpg?dl=1[/img] Ive been scraping them off but guess i missed a couple leaves. Looks a lot like this pic i googl...
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
What are these tiny worm/caterpillar things feasting on my pepper leaf? [img]https://i.postimg.cc/LXtwGbf8/01179430-EDB6-408-A-8354-E58-E46565064.jpg[/img] ...
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re: Tips for planting tomatoes in five gallon buckets? - jyoung1
I had bought these and they’re working well (like $23 for a 10 pack of 15 gallon) [link=(https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MV7RVYF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_XxqOEbY7J38T7)]Amazon[/link]...
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
See above. Think I should keep using plant food? The taller ones are about chest high, I’m kind of curious how they’re gonna look in 2 months, I’m worried they’ll get too big. I guess I could put another tom cage on top and have them all staked up. ...
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re: 2020 Garden Thread - jyoung1
Also here’s some pics. Don’t own the field behind my house, but they’ve been letting me kind of do whatever. I’ve been trying to slowly move everything out from under my trees into their field. :lol: Trying to get my dad over here with the chainsaw so we can thin out the trees for more sun. I don...
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