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Old 08-21-2012, 02:13 AM   #131
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The heat this summer made for zero tomatoes this year...I have 3 little-ones as of now.....

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Old 08-21-2012, 12:28 PM   #132
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Just planted our fourth sweet corn patch for this year which should be ready first or second week of OCT...We have cantaloupes from 8 hills this year we've harvested around 30 cantaloupes with at least that many still growing on the vines in different stages.

With the drought here in MO. if we hadn't hauled water from the lake for watering the whole garden would've of burnt up,we hauled 2000 gallons a week which equated to 1 inch of rainfall for the size of our garden.

We produced tomatoes,bush beans,sweet corn,cantaloupe,potatoes,jalapeno peppers, unfortunately our pumpkin plants died?

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Old 08-21-2012, 01:14 PM   #133
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So thats why the lake dried up......

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We have been pounded by rains this last month, my pumkin plants split at the base, my yard and plants are covered in snails. The mold and mildew is every where......The only thing I remember planting at this time of year with all the rain was sweet potato vines [ slips] Sure wish someone else would get this rain........

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So thats why the lake dried up......
No more water skiing till next spring....hehe
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I just planted lettuce, spinach, radish and turnips for the fall crop. Beans were in a week and a half ago and popped up pretty good.

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I can't plant a garden this year the bodies are piling up in the spot where I plant the tamatos

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Default Drought benifits......

The Indiana Drug enforcement is finding more pot fields due to drought, it seems that it's easier to spot because every thing else is dead and brown. The weed is well watered and green and stands out like a sore thumb.....

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The Indiana Drug enforcement is finding more pot fields due to drought, it seems that it's easier to spot because every thing else is dead and brown. The weed is well watered and green and stands out like a sore thumb.....
They stand out more than opawws body pile? Lmao
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I can't plant a garden this year the bodies are piling up in the spot where I plant the tamatos
With all that fertilizer the garden should be really ready for spring planting hahaha
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