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Lickbranchfarm's 2018 Garden thread

Discussion in 'Fruits & Vegetables' started by Lickbranchfarm, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. Feb 12, 2018
    Nyboy

    Nyboy Garden Master

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    Carol nice family photo 3 generations ?
     
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  2. Feb 12, 2018
    Lickbranchfarm

    Lickbranchfarm Deeply Rooted

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    Great looking Ford, yea, old tractors make great photo ops.

    Mine like to photo bomb me Lol......
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    Then there's my grandson's Cadillac, he loves a tractor! I can put that boy to sleep riding this thing.

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  3. Feb 12, 2018
    Carol Dee

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    Thanks @Lickbranchfarm Love the photo bomb! Our grandsons are the same. They love riding and now driving the lawn tractor. I am sure they want to drive the Ford too. Soon enough. (Too soon, they grow so fast.)
     
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    Carol Dee

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    Yes 3 generations :loveLeft to right, #2 son (Father of Grandsons) #2 Grandson T. , Husband, #1 Son (The Fun uncle / uncle Monkey) #1 Grandson A. Yes , I am kind of outnumbered by the Boys/men but I LOVE it. :love
     
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    thistlebloom

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    Since we're sharing tractor pictures :hide ,
    here's my Janie at work, dh driving.

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    Lickbranchfarm

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    Love to see them old Cubs, great little tractors. I'm going to find one to restore with my grandson when he gets a little older. They make great garden tractors!
     
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    Carol Dee

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    DH wants to sell the big Ford and get something like this.
     
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    Lickbranchfarm

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    I picked up a couple of Asparagus starts today, 4 plants per pack. I want to put in 2 - 36"x16' raised beds for Asparagus, a couple for herbs, and a couple for cold weather greens like lettuce etc. I'm going to build the 2 Asparagus beds to start with, never grew the stuff, but love to eat it, Pickled of course Lol.
    Going to arrange them close to where the garden shed will be eventually, and the rabbit hutch and chicken coop. Easier to transfer all them free fertilizer nuggets Lol.
    The hardest parts going to be waiting a year to get any off of them.

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    Smart Red

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    Be prepared to wait more like three years for your first decent harvest.
     
  10. Feb 13, 2018
    Lickbranchfarm

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    Yep I've heard that you should let it go a year, 2nd year cut a little first few weeks, 3rd year cut some more for like 6 weeks etc. We'll see what happens. I figured its expensive In the store, must be a bear to grow.
     

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