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William hope your are ok, going to the Dr. that is.
I forgot garlic, horseradish in the pot, and lemon balm volunteers everywhere. Oregano next to the pot.
J. artichoke area, with marshmallow, nasturtiums, chives, arugala, looks like a savory, last yr.'s parsley bolting & weeds.
I can't plant my pole beans til the peas are done. The bush beans in the strawberry boxes are already leaved out. I finally got all those boxes organized and now with the neighbor's construction they had to move. There is a new concrete wall on one side of the driveway, taller than the one before. Just did a walk thru of the veggie garden, peas, red okra, red mustard, J. artichokes, & much more. Pics to come.
That's great, William! You are due for a decent season after all you've been through the last couple of years. Oh, I planted and am harvesting some long and climbing beans called "asparagus" beans. They are delicious!
Planted some Crookneck Squash, Beets, and for the first time Celery Seeds. Some of my green beans are up and the carrots look like they are doing all right I just have to replant the Lettuce. Got some weeds pulled in the onion patch. I have blossoms on the Cherry tomatoes far cry from last year & year before when I had to wait till Sept. before blossoms. Well I got to go I have to clean up and go to Dr..
Garden Journals -- If you are like me at all, unless I write it down, I quickly forget things I should remember like germination rates, planting dates, fert schedules, varieties, what was planted where last season, etc. Here is a good site that has downloadable and printable Garden Journal pages that are pretty good. You can add other topics as desired too. Cheers!
http://pmep.cce.cornell.edu/profiles/extoxnet/24d-captan/bt-ext.html for those who may be interested in a study by several great universities on BT. Note: It has a section describing inhalation as well as eating BT by study participants that is very interesting. I'd say knowing at least this much about the product is a good way to inform yourself. Cheers!
Elizabeth take a shovel and rough up the hill so it is open then pour water in. Do be careful of your flowers. Boric acid is good to kill em too. Dollar stores and Big Lots have a powdered form says it is for killing cockroaches and ants.
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