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Old 04-23-2013, 02:46 AM   #201
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All this kinda makes my 5 plants sound kinda weak.
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All this kinda makes my 5 plants sound kinda weak.
That's kinda like a hundred crooked politicians in the bottom of the ocean... its a good start.
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Our weather here in central MO. has not cooperated for gardening?
We've had a late winter and supposed to see the low 30s a couple mornings this week yet? It has also been raining and raining and raining,we're actually flooding?
LOL You gotta love Missouri
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Wheres the BEEEES........................
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Our weather here in central MO. has not cooperated for gardening?
We've had a late winter and supposed to see the low 30s a couple mornings this week yet? It has also been raining and raining and raining,we're actually flooding?
LOL You gotta love Missouri
Raining here today in Festus, what a difference compared to last year...
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I have had zero luck the last two years with tomatoes, but my jalapenos have been phenominal! This year I put in jalapenos and yellow squash. I already have peppers coming on.

Chicken manure must be composted prior to inserting into the garden. There is too much nitrogen unless it is composted down for a month or two.

I would galdly pay you Tuesday for some jalapenos today!
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Raining here today in Festus, what a difference compared to last year...
I agree and was thinking the same thing about how different the weather was this time last? I'll take these rains and floods over the Drought of 12' any year.
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Me thinks this is the start of a really bad year for farmers and local growers alike. Cool temps and plenty of rain, In the south look for plenty of plant disease, the potato crop will rot in the fields along with every thing else. It's going to be one hell of a growing season...........It's 73 degrees right now, the temp will drop to the 50's in the next couple of hrs. All you people that prayed for rain,lol.................I hear you are all flooded....................
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Just from last post.......... Pooring down rain and under a tornado watch............All the way up the east coast.................Yee ha...............
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