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Discussion in 'The Harvest: Recipes, Canning, Preserving' started by digitS', Jun 23, 2017.

  1. Jul 13, 2017
    Collector

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    I'm wondering if my potatoes are producing very well. The tops are huge and have blossoms on them, I don't remember the plants being that big before they are red Viking We have never grown before maybe that it. I guess dig up a hill and see is the only way to know for sure. Your zucs must be a few days ahead of ours, we haven't harvested any yet I am thinking this weekend though for sure. I caint wait for zucchini fritters.
     
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    My potatoes flowered a couple of weeks ago, @Collector . I don't know if the heat then burned the flowers off, or what. I don't think they have much longer since they are earlies and the harvest "should" begin so I can begin using their space for something for the fall.

    The new garden location may be a problem for my old schedule.

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    Two days between a 5 inch Gold Rush zucchini and it growing to 10 or 11 inches. And, there were a few others:
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    What is that, you say? There are 2 cucumbers?

    Yes, there are! #7 and #8 Talladega for the 2017 season!

    ت Steve
     
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