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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by amacman, Feb 18, 2013.
About how much does he weigh?
I think pa said between 2500-3000 lbs
Yea so swatting him with anything isn't going to matter much to him. Be like a fly buzzin around.
I hope he got heartburn from the buffet. Were you able to save anything?
Exactly Keith, but I have my pepper spray for next time...He has very large eyes so I'm hopin that will do the trick
Valhalla, He ate up my onions oddly enough, went after a new redbud tree and demolished my lettuce. However, after my fit lol I managed to save the onions, the tree will live but had to pull the lettuce. Such is life on the farm I guess, but in all my years there this is a first
And her salt spray, and her garlic spray, and...
Hahaha oh that was cute
I only planted these Calladiums like a week ago...it's crazy how fast they are growing and omg it's gona be so pretty next year.
Went shoppin today, love shoppin for plants at the end of the growing season...got all that for $12 bucks...gona have a good time plantin tomorrow
Taking out the lettuce and some zuchinni. Down to tomatos and eggplant. heavy smoke from the fires did not help this year.
Four weeks in with our patio plants this year.
squash and zucchini
two tomato plants one jalapeño and a sweet pepper
Up North, I just got my starters in, tomatoes, eggplant, radishes, and garlic seeds yesterday. Not as much as last years.
I have to take some pictures of my wife's work in the garden
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I was planning to do some of that this year, then my husband got a grant for 35 summer students.
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Some tiny tomatoes(bonnie original), mild jalapeños, and sweet bell peppers are starting to show. Nothing yet with the squash, zucchini, or cucumber plants, although something has taken a liking to eating the leaves on those. Ma applied a canola oil/water mixture that's supposed to keep insects at bay, will have to see how that works out...
cucumber by David Hopper, on Flickr
The squash is blooming, and I know some folks fix the blossoms to eat, but we usually wait for the other parts to cook, lol.
The zucchini is getting there...
Best taco I ever had was squash blossom. Squash, bean, and corn grown together was the basis of Mayan civilization. Together they make the complete protein. They'd plant all three seeds together in one hole. The corn stalk would support the bean. The bean would pull nitrogen from the air and put it off by its roots to fertilize the corn and squash. The squash would cover the ground to protect the limited moisture.
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Cucumbers make an appearance. Future pickle, salad, or sandwich applications...