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majors 2016 garden..

Discussion in 'Fruits & Vegetables' started by majorcatfish, Mar 19, 2016.

  1. Jun 5, 2016
    seedcorn

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    Never got the allure of fried green tomatoes.

    So who is taking pix of europeeing?
     
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    Nyboy

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    Fried green tomatoes is the only reason I plant tomatoes !!!!
     
  3. Jun 5, 2016
    majorcatfish

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    personally like the "paste type tomato" since they are more meat than snot, plus they are a perfect bit size. buttermilk and good cheesy Italian crouton breading is a must. as for a dipping sauce reg ranch is good,a balsamic vinegar dressing is out of this world...

    took turns photographing......:cool:
     
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    seedcorn

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    This explains a lot....... :)
     
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    Nyboy

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    Liked the movie LOVED the book
     
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    ninnymary

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    Were those 2 buckets shelling peas or sugar snap peas?

    Mary
     
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    thistlebloom

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    I think it's possible that they are Europeas. Or Europees? I don't know. Major will have to answer. Two buckets full of peas...both he and his wife out in the garden...
     
  8. Jun 6, 2016
    majorcatfish

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    They are shelling peas we shelled a bucket last night dw and dd will finish the other tonight..
     
  9. Jun 12, 2016
    majorcatfish

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    6/12/16.. update. where to start.
    the peas.. with this heat wave we are having the peas are done we have picked around 10 gallons worth and maybe another 5 this Wednesday
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    next weekend will pull them and start getting ready for the orange seedless water melons, as you can see i am on top of getting the watermelons ready..
    just got them going yesterday....
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    crowder peas are really doing good..
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    as for the raised bed area.. dw and i got up at o-sunrise thirty and picked the bush beans down, basil, spinach,thyme, radishes and did pick 3 cucumbers last night<dyi the radishes are under the spinach >
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    drove down to lowes and picked up more garden soil and black cow and planted 80 sweet corn<near> next row over<left> planted molley's zebra <left center lazy housewife > and third row in that empty spot.."21 pea" crowder peas... courtesy of @journey11 have more but ran out of room....thank you
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    and lastly from the raised bed area the dw picking and canned the beets
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  10. Jun 12, 2016
    majorcatfish

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    update 6/12/16 part 2.. the main garden
    have eggplant.. the chu chu eggplant has flower but no egg
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    yes i am nuts but at least i have diplomats in the garden....
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    the fortex pole beans are going nut and have flowers....the jap Beatles were loving them til this morning...
    DSC_0044.JPG the peppers have been slow growing this year...yeah give them a couple more weeks..
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    the mators...
    mariana's part tonights dinner
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    the brandywire from @journey11
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    and the blueberry mators from dw friend
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    i love gardening.......
    time to move the hose.....
    how are you Canadians doing..???? <aka above the 35th line>

    opps almost forgot the orphans though a san marzano tomato plant a couple years a go over the fence. last year it came up and we were able to get some tomatoes from it. this year have a couple seedlings again...
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