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Old 07-09-2013, 09:41 PM   #301
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Quite a tomato you got there...
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quite a tomato you got there...
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Our family used to raise a garden twice a year, but between the deer constantly eating it (even with an electric fence) and some poor crops, we don't do it anymore.
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Sounds like you should have been eating fresh venison with fresh vegetables
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Our family used to raise a garden twice a year, but between the deer constantly eating it (even with an electric fence) and some poor crops, we don't do it anymore.
In Ohio, you can get a nuisance permit if you can show the wildlife officer the damage they cause.
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In Ohio, you can get a nuisance permit if you can show the wildlife officer the damage they cause.
Oh, we don't need a nuisance permit.
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Quite a tomato you got there...

LOL Our Maters don't look like that??
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This year with the late start we just planted 10 rows of ambrosia sweetcorn,4 rows of Blue Lake green beans,5 tomato plants,along with 9 cantaloupe hills.

In the last picture to the left of the cantaloupe we just planted our last sweetcorn crop for this season,12 rows of ambrosia sweetcorn which should be ready around Labor Day

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Looks good mo.

Pulled the rest of my turnips today. My sister in law offered to can some for me, which I'm going to take her up on. I've never had canned turnips, anyone else? If the soil dries enough, I will put in more of these
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