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On 05/27/2018 04:41 AM, songbird wrote:
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purselane starting up yet?


One little tiny sprout!


ours are just starting to show up, millions more i'm
sure.

i was hoping to get some beans planted today but
with last night's heavy rain and more rain this morning
i'm going to take the next two days off. forecast is
for 91F both days.

gardens planted yesterday morning is good enough start
for me. normally we plant about this time and then i
fill in any gaps with beans into early or even mid-June
anyways.


songbird


There has been a thunderstorm every day for the past week
here too. Everything is pretty muddy.

I planted a bunch of radish seeds and onion seeds:

Imai Early Yellow Onion:
http://www.kitazawaseed.com/seed_135-96.html

Bora King, Hybrid Korean Radish (purple):
http://www.kitazawaseed.com/seed_489-114.html

Big Time, Hybrid Korean Radish (white) (had larger blue seeds ):
http://www.kitazawaseed.com/seed_419-114.html

Four radish sprouted and zero onions. Me thinks I
need a different supplier.

:'(

On the other hand, the potato onions I over wintered
and going great guns. And the garlic never died
off over winter.

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T wrote:
songbird wrote:
T wrote:
songbird wrote:
purselane starting up yet?

One little tiny sprout!


ours are just starting to show up, millions more i'm
sure.

i was hoping to get some beans planted today but
with last night's heavy rain and more rain this morning
i'm going to take the next two days off. forecast is
for 91F both days.

gardens planted yesterday morning is good enough start
for me. normally we plant about this time and then i
fill in any gaps with beans into early or even mid-June
anyways.


songbird


There has been a thunderstorm every day for the past week
here too. Everything is pretty muddy.

I planted a bunch of radish seeds and onion seeds:

Imai Early Yellow Onion:
http://www.kitazawaseed.com/seed_135-96.html

Bora King, Hybrid Korean Radish (purple):
http://www.kitazawaseed.com/seed_489-114.html

Big Time, Hybrid Korean Radish (white) (had larger blue seeds ):
http://www.kitazawaseed.com/seed_419-114.html

Four radish sprouted and zero onions. Me thinks I
need a different supplier.

:'(


when did you plant them?

radishes here are coming back from seeds dropped by
previous plants so i've not had to reseed them. same
for turnips. i'm going to have to teach Mom to not
weed them out because she wants to weed the garden
they are in. i also have strawberry plants in there
she'll need to leave alone and not trample. it may
be a challenge more than she has patience for. we'll
see...


On the other hand, the potato onions I over wintered
and going great guns. And the garlic never died
off over winter.


here for the garlic it depends upon snow cover and
when i get them planted. if later in the fall the
garlic won't be up until spring, but if it is the
previous existing garlic or planted earlier it can
stay green all winter, but that also depends upon the
snow cover. too bare and too cold means the leaves
will eventually give up, but they'll regrow once it
gets warmer again. i have tons of garlic i'm still
trying to weed out of a larger garden. still haven't
been able to get back to that project. too many
other things with higher priority going on...


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On 05/27/2018 09:03 PM, songbird wrote:
when did you plant them?


I planted the onion seeds in the fall. They are suppose
to "over winter" and love cold and ice.

I planted the radish seeds about five weeks ago. They
are also suppose to love it cold.

I have no problem with regular radishes, just these
Korean ones. Regular radishes sprout like weeds!

My garlic love it freezing cold and snow and ice.
I plant them in the fall.

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On 05/27/2018 09:03 PM, songbird wrote:
when did you plant them?


I planted the onion seeds in the fall. They are suppose
to "over winter" and love cold and ice.


after they sprout perhaps, but i've not heard before of
planting onion seeds in the late fall. did you plant
them in the early fall before the rains and frosts came
along?


I planted the radish seeds about five weeks ago. They
are also suppose to love it cold.

I have no problem with regular radishes, just these
Korean ones. Regular radishes sprout like weeds!


Korea may not be noted for cold, so perhaps it was
a bit too early for those. not sure. here we had
a long and very cold winter with repeated freeze/thaw
cycles, they may not have liked that...

you could put some in again and see if they sprout
same with onion seeds.


My garlic love it freezing cold and snow and ice.
I plant them in the fall.


yes, mine are growing well. i've never been able
to kill it (not that i want to ).


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On 05/29/2018 03:40 AM, songbird wrote:
T wrote:
On 05/27/2018 09:03 PM, songbird wrote:
when did you plant them?


I planted the onion seeds in the fall. They are suppose
to "over winter" and love cold and ice.


after they sprout perhaps, but i've not heard before of
planting onion seeds in the late fall. did you plant
them in the early fall before the rains and frosts came
along?


This variety of onion is suppose to be planted in the fall.
If memory serves me right, I planted then in late November
on a warm day.

I planted the radish seeds about five weeks ago. They
are also suppose to love it cold.

I have no problem with regular radishes, just these
Korean ones. Regular radishes sprout like weeds!


Korea may not be noted for cold, so perhaps it was
a bit too early for those. not sure. here we had
a long and very cold winter with repeated freeze/thaw
cycles, they may not have liked that...


My potato onions failed last year because of that.
This year the love it.

I am zone 6b. There are a lot of 6b's in South Korea

http://www.plantmaps.com/interactive...ap-celsius.php

But I do not know exactly where these radishes are grown
in Korea.


you could put some in again and see if they sprout
same with onion seeds.


Good idea!


My garlic love it freezing cold and snow and ice.
I plant them in the fall.


yes, mine are growing well. i've never been able
to kill it (not that i want to ).


songbird


Fresh garden garlic. Proof God love us!


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On 05/29/2018 11:30 AM, T wrote:
On 05/29/2018 03:40 AM, songbird wrote:
T wrote:
On 05/27/2018 09:03 PM, songbird wrote:
¬*¬* when did you plant them?

I planted the onion seeds in the fall.¬* They are suppose
to "over winter" and love cold and ice.


¬*¬* after they sprout perhaps, but i've not heard before of
planting onion seeds in the late fall.¬* did you plant
them in the early fall before the rains and frosts came
along?


This variety of onion is suppose to be planted in the fall.
If memory serves me right, I planted then in late November
on a warm day.

I planted the radish seeds about five weeks ago.¬* They
are also suppose to love it cold.

I have no problem with regular radishes, just these
Korean ones.¬* Regular radishes sprout like weeds!


¬*¬* Korea may not be noted for cold, so perhaps it was
a bit too early for those.¬* not sure.¬* here we had
a long and very cold winter with repeated freeze/thaw
cycles, they may not have liked that...


My potato onions failed last year because of that.
This year the love it.

I am zone 6b.¬* There are a lot of 6b's in South Korea

http://www.plantmaps.com/interactive...ap-celsius.php


But I do not know exactly where these radishes are grown
in Korea.


¬*¬* you could put some in again and see if they sprout
same with onion seeds.


Good idea!


My garlic love it freezing cold and snow and ice.
I plant them in the fall.


¬*¬* yes, mine are growing well.¬* i've never been able
to kill it (not that i want to ).


¬*¬* songbird


Fresh garden garlic.¬* Proof God love us!


Now that it is getting hotter, more radishes are popping
up. Hmmmm. Maybe I am being impatient.

No sigh of the onions tough. I will reseed.


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Now that it is getting hotter, more radishes are popping
up. Hmmmm. Maybe I am being impatient.


radishes are pretty quick to sprout but i'm
not familiar at all with the ones you've planted.


No sigh of the onions tough. I will reseed.


good luck!


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On 05/30/2018 09:29 AM, songbird wrote:
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Now that it is getting hotter, more radishes are popping
up. Hmmmm. Maybe I am being impatient.


radishes are pretty quick to sprout but i'm
not familiar at all with the ones you've planted.


No sigh of the onions tough. I will reseed.


good luck!


songbird


These radishes are YUGE. And not hot and nasty
like our radishes.

Onions are reseeded.

Tomatoes and peppers are in.

Ground pots have been turned over, awaiting seeding.

Figured out why some of my ground pots are not so
productive: rocks. When I turned them over, I found
the low producers where only 6" deep and had rocks
in the bottom. Apparently, I had got tied and ignored
the rocks. I find that ~ 14" deep is perfect. And,
now when I hit rocks that are too hard to dig up, I
pour a gallon of water in the hole and wait a half
hour. (It doesn't go down.) Then they are easy to
dig up. So all my ground pts are proper depth now.

Today when I get home from work, the goal is to
plant my zuke seeds.

I am using "a lot" of organic fertilize this year too.
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On 05/31/2018 10:11 AM, T wrote:
On 05/30/2018 09:29 AM, songbird wrote:
T wrote:
...
Now that it is getting hotter, more radishes are popping
up.¬* Hmmmm.¬*¬* Maybe I am being impatient.


¬*¬* radishes are pretty quick to sprout but i'm
not familiar at all with the ones you've planted.


No sigh of the onions tough.¬* I will reseed.


¬*¬* good luck!¬*


¬*¬* songbird


These radishes are YUGE.¬* And not hot and nasty
like our radishes.

Onions are reseeded.

Tomatoes and peppers are in.

Ground pots have been turned over, awaiting seeding.

Figured out why some of my ground pots are not so
productive: rocks.¬* When I turned them over, I found
the low producers where only 6" deep and had rocks
in the bottom.¬* Apparently, I had got tied and ignored
the rocks.¬* I find that ~ 14" deep is perfect.¬* And,
now when I hit rocks that are too hard to dig up, I
pour a gallon of water in the hole and wait a half
hour.¬* (It doesn't go down.)¬* Then they are easy to
dig up.¬* So all my ground pts are proper depth now.

Today when I get home from work, the goal is to
plant my zuke seeds.

I am using "a lot" of organic fertilize this year too.


Oh ya, and my Blood Glucose dropped to 89 mg/dl. Gardening
is really good from my T2 Diabetes. Drug free going on
5 years now.

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On 5/25/18 9:52 PM, T wrote:
On 05/25/2018 08:01 PM, Terry Coombs wrote:
On 5/25/2018 9:31 PM, T wrote:
On 05/25/2018 08:05 AM, Terry Coombs wrote:
On 5/25/2018 8:17 AM, Nyssa wrote:
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On 5/25/2018 12:04 AM, songbird wrote:
¬*¬*¬* perhaps that is why they call it May?¬*

I am not suppose to plant till the second week in June
(zone 6b).

:-(

But I'VE GOT¬*¬*¬* WWWWW EEEEEEEEE DDDDDD SSSS !!!!¬* Hay,
your maters may be thee foot tall, but my weeds are a
foot tall and I got millions of them!

Okay, not much of a comparison.

Look over at my patch for growing tomatoes and
it is a forest of cheat grass.¬* My poor back!




¬*¬* Are you mulching ? I put a heavy layer of straw down between the
rows/plants , helps a lot with weed control - plus as it decomposes it
adds organic material to my soil .


No I haven't been mulching.¬* I haven't the time or resources.

Another measure I take is to burn any grass , in hopes that it will
kill the seeds .


Fire?¬* You do know I am a married man?¬* When she is done
killing me, she will come for you!¬* (ordinarily, she is
the sweetest thing on this earth, but don't burn anything
around her!)

On another topic , was it you that had problems with squash bugs ?
Found a few out on/near my acorn and other squash plants , and
squashed them ...pun intended . I'm wondering if just removing the
eggs from the leaves is enough , or if I need to take additional steps
to prevent a major infestation .


The little buzzards are hard to squish, so you really have the stomp
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They will lay their eggs under squash leaves.¬* Look under the leaves to
find them.¬* When you get good at it, you will notice a stain on the
top of your leaves.¬* I just mash/squash them with my fingers (eggs
don't smell).

The same stain can also signal a group of immature bugs.
They are social and clump together, so you have about three
seconds to spray them with organic pyrethrum.¬* You can kill
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I spot water with a watering wand.¬* Squash bugs LOVE the trunks
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