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1971snipe

Gardening 2020

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Some very impressive gardens on here...mine is pretty simple but designed for low maintenance since it's at my farm and I'm normally not there every day.  

I usually have 6 or 7 different varieties of tomatoes, an advantage of which is that they don't all make around the same time; a few small ones started showing up on a couple of variety's this week. 

Looks like I'll have my first squash next week, and as usual, June and early July should be tomato sandwich times. 

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Brad Eden

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My gardening is on hold until I can tackle this....the green on closest bed is actually spinach (or kale) that somehow survived a Maine winter, 

 

 

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OldSarge

Gonna be a little while yet. 

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gaberdeen

Started some tomato seeds today. Also have some broccoli ready to be planted out as well as some cool weather greens. I need to get out and trellis my blackberry and raspberry plants that I put in last year.

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drummer's stump

The snow softened up enough today for me to snowblow the garden today. I should be able to plant lettuce, carrots in 5 weeks or so. 

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rideold

The foot of snow we had yesterday is gone today but another foot is supposed to come tomorrow.....can't complain about the moisture but dang, this is a snowy and cold April so far.

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drummer's stump
7 hours ago, Brad Eden said:

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My gardening is on hold until I can tackle this....the green on closest bed is actually spinach (or kale) that somehow survived a Maine winter, 

 

 

we have had lettuce, and carrots survive in our raised beds. 

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Steve Hunts

I would grow more veggies if I didn't have to work full time. I like to save my spare time for fishing, motorcycles, etc. We decided to buy a share in a local farm CSA program. All the veggies we need, support local ag, local jobs, etc. Runs May-Oct.

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Chief Paduke

We planted cabbage, kale, arugula, beets, and turnips today. 

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