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    I'd like to recommend the website and blog of Theresa Martz.

    Organic Gardening Blog with a common sense approach

    She is the widow of a talented but starving artist, and necessity compelled her to learn to garden. Her ideas are based on experience and research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas HoodIII View Post
    I'd like to recommend the website and blog of Theresa Martz.

    Organic Gardening Blog with a common sense approach

    She is the widow of a talented but starving artist, and necessity compelled her to learn to garden. Her ideas are based on experience and research.
    Super nice site...thanks!

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    Garden is a must ~ Most is grown in Nevada so to keep the rabbits and other rodents out ~ I use a fence charger ~ a very hot one```

    Tomatoes are a must~ onions ~ squash, several kinds ~ Purslane (Perper) watermelon ``` Haven't had luck with corn yet ~ radishes ~ lettuce ~ mustard ~ you know I can't think what else ``` Start most in the greenhouse ~ the earth is alkaline here ~ I'll have to do some raised beds ~ to grow certain other things ```

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    Quote Originally Posted by East of the Beast View Post
    I'll post all things garden related here.Anywho.....who here likes red potatoes? I planted about 20lbs back in the first week of May.They are already blooming.If the tops are any indication of the yield it's going to be a good crop.Red potatoes are not as meaty as the white variety's and they do not keep as well over the winter.I like them for their flavor though.They'll be ready to harvest around mid July.Nothing like a veggie meal of fresh potatoes and green beans.Top that off with a sliced garden tomato,a big wedge of cornbread and sweet tea.

    We be talkin' chomp......got any other gardeners here?
    Got a good crop of tomatoes coming in. Got cherry tomatoes as big as golf balls. Would rather grow reefer but I don't like watching TV with 20 "grown" men yelling over each other

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    Well ~ you're in the banana belt ````

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    Quote Originally Posted by valley ranch View Post
    Well ~ you're in the banana belt ````
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    Sprayed with neem oil and copper sulphate.
    Do you mix neem oil and copper sulphate? Does it keep off white flies?

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    I have a large garden but never make use of it growing anything, just all grass.

    Apparently, to get the same goodness from a tomato in the 1940's, you have to eat 8 of todays tomatoes from the big shops. So growing your own is healthier.

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