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General Discussion / Re: Big cabbage
« Last post by 2010 National Champs on Today at 06:28:27 PM »
the name is megaton and it tastes as well or better than your other cabbage....in my opinion, and you know what that is like, it is the best spring cabbage that i have ever grown....i raise stonehead in the fall and winter, and i think it taste better, especially cole slaw....megaton is so tender and sweet when you steam it or fry it.....this cabbage is easy to grow
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The Greenhouse / Re: Greenhouse Newbie
« Last post by bobcatgardener on Today at 06:19:25 PM »
Hey T-boy. A fan on low would help keep the heat moving. But it depends on the heater you have it might move enough air when it's on to keep the air moving.

Just make sure you have a big enough cord. If i remember correct someone had a heater shut down this winter and lost all their plants over the night to cold.
Also look around Rajun has put in his thread about that GH how he needed it up a bit. You know the storms that we get here during the winter. If you don't steak it in with more than what they give you, more than likely you will have serious issues.

And also half to see you joined the GH community here. It's a bad addiction lol

Also hello from south of you in Erath!
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The Greenhouse / Re: Greenhouse Newbie
« Last post by T-Boy on Today at 04:48:11 PM »
RG do you run a fan?
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General Discussion / Re: Big cabbage
« Last post by tangentalstorm on Today at 04:17:50 PM »
Man...that's some big @ss cabbages there.... How's the taste?
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General Discussion / Re: Big cabbage
« Last post by PoconoPits on Today at 04:02:00 PM »
Any idea the name of the Cabbage?
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General Discussion / Re: Big cabbage
« Last post by jimmiec on Today at 01:59:41 PM »
Nice.  That would be an expensive cabbage in the store.  Can't wait to see the pictures.
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General Discussion / Re: Dug my Potatoes Report
« Last post by Gymgirl on Today at 01:50:22 PM »
LakeRat1,
So, if I find some seed potatoes, and plant them in September, they should be ready sometime mid- to late-December, yes?  They would be outta the way of my winter planting of beets and carrots, in January. And onions and greens, cuz I'll need those beds.

OK.  WHO IN THE HOUSTON AREA HAS A FEW SPRING POTATOES I CAN USE AS SEED FOR A FALL CROP?

(I'm beggin'........)

LMK!
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General Discussion / Big cabbage
« Last post by 2010 National Champs on Today at 01:15:46 PM »
 just making a space for bordercollie to post the pics, after she receives them....i cut my big cabbage a while ago and it weighed in at 30 lbs 3 ounces.....i pushed it as far as i could and still use it in order to get to 30 lbs....i had 6 that weighed above 26 lbs....one lady got 3 to make kraut and she had 2 3 gallon churns full and some left over to cook
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General Discussion / Re: Tomato splitting
« Last post by Gymgirl on Today at 12:07:46 PM »
I left little-finger sized cukes on the vines Sunday, after my big haul.  Looked out this morning, and those little fingers are looking more like zucchini bats!

Amazing how fast they grow, especially after a good rain like we just got.
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General Discussion / Re: Soil test kit??
« Last post by Gymgirl on Today at 12:04:46 PM »
I liked my Soil Savvy report, too.  Glad I had it done!
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