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Happy Hour / Re: Got any interesting news?
« Last post by Rabbitproof on Today at 02:53:41 PM »
Beautiful!! :) :) :) :)
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General Discussion / Re: Soil test results advise
« Last post by Dwight Hebert on Today at 02:39:15 PM »
The pH is a concern because our city water is about 7.9 to 8.2 so just the act of irrigating can raise the pH.  And things like ammonium sulphate just raise the elemental sulphur level which is already high.
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The Greenhouse / Re: Greenhouse hydroponic growing Fall 2018
« Last post by bobcatgardener on Today at 02:02:51 PM »
Thank you Maggie. I try to get a picture from here in the same spot when I think about it. Wanna try and do a dip through video
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General Discussion / Re: What did you do in the garden today ?
« Last post by Gymgirl on Today at 10:11:36 AM »
Hey, Brent!

What's up next in your garden?  I have ~60 Health Kick tomatos about to put on a set of true leaves. Also, 40 Paisano paste tomatoes, some cherries, and a few Super Sioux. 

I got a late start on the sowing, so I'm rushing these along to get them in the garden by the third week in February.
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General Discussion / Re: What did you do in the garden today ?
« Last post by Double B on Today at 10:01:42 AM »
I put down my pelletized lime yesterday and we got one heck of a rain on it during the night so activation should be quick. Whether or not it ever dries up again is another issue  ::) ::) ::)
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General Discussion / Re: Soil test results advise
« Last post by bigboberta on Today at 09:10:36 AM »
If you don't have it, download this sheet from LSU AG
https://www.lsuagcenter.com/~/media/system/a/e/9/5/ae951c0e4d25ecd7658617b3ad58da96/g-808.pdf   It is a companion Sheet to the soil test.

Their recommendations of what to use by group of vegetables are what is listed at the top.  In both tests, nothing is needed for group 3  vegetables.  What you need is a source of nitrogen and a little potash.

Bob
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General Discussion / Re: What did you do in the garden today ?
« Last post by whitestrout on Today at 08:46:37 AM »
Yesterday, I side dressed my collards and kale with 15-0-15 before the rain came. Hopefully with water, fertilizer, and longer days they will GROW. I may dust with BT after the rain leaves.
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The Greenhouse / Re: Greenhouse hydroponic growing Fall 2018
« Last post by Maggie13 on Today at 06:52:48 AM »


That is a beautiful site!
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Happy Hour / Re: Got any interesting news?
« Last post by Maggie13 on Today at 06:48:44 AM »
Look at the super blood wolf moon.
What an event .
For those of you who missed it.

I took a few through the window It was too darn cold to venture outside.

Taken a little after 10PM


Taken a little after midnight:

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The Greenhouse / Re: Greenhouse hydroponic growing Fall 2018
« Last post by bobcatgardener on Today at 06:36:21 AM »
Thank you for the kind words!

No worries about asking about the flavor I get it all the time.

I will put it like this about the flavor. My grandmother is 85 years old. She always refused to eat any from the GH much less the hydroponic. Until I passed her some from the GH. She loves them.

To me they are just as good or better. There is no over watering them to have a watered down flavor. I do have cracking on the maters but I am sure it's due to the lack of su n.  We have had more overcast this year than we have had in years. I am planning on adding light next year to 1 row and see what difference it makes!
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