Monday, July 22, 2013

Monday Harvest

Tonight's harvest: gallon-sized bags of Toscano Kale, Red Russian Kale, & Arugula/Rainbow Chard, 3 yellow squash, 3 purple beans, 4 Sun Gold tomatoes & around 30 Padron Peppers. Pretty impressive, given that we picked the plants clean on July 4th!

20 days worth of growth? Not bad!



20 comments:

  1. Dang, how big is your garden?? This is an awesome haul.

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  2. I've got an awesome squash recipe for you, if you want it.

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  3. Why thank you! :) It's amazing what 19 days can do!

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  4. rmreadytogetarted!

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  5. Howareyoudoingoday

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  6. Hello moreaboutyo

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  7. Hello moreaboutyo

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  8. Mydear mishe baham asena

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  9. that's awesome, how did you do that??..any tips or green thumbs !! :)

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  10. I'm frustrated by a mole problem. They've destroyed my potatoes! I am envious of your results!

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  11. I think we are just lucky. My gardening plan is "plan a bunch of stuff and see what happens" :) we do have a sprinkler system that waters it every morning, which I think helps.

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  12. Oh no! We don't have moles out here (not that I know of anyway). What can you do about them? Do those underground electric current things work? I think we're going to try potatoes next year, but we know nothing about planting/growing them. Any tips?

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  13. I've tried the electronic pulsing devices, but it didn't save the potatoes. Maybe someone else has a suggestion. I would prefer something "green" if possible.

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  14. Yeah, I am no expert in the ways of potatoes and moles, but hopefully someone can chime in and help!

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  15. antõnio urbano de araujoJuly 25, 2013 at 11:47 AM

    Yeah, I

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