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Old 09-15-2013, 05:41 AM   #391
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Ok now I'm laughing. Oh you bet that coon is coming back for more tuna casserole... That was the best meal they had all season! lol! oh boy! good luck with the sweetcorn patch!
Thanks DaughterofAres,our last sweetcorn patch turned out great this year. Last year we lost our late sweetcorn crop to the early frost.
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We harvested our last sweetcorn crop of the year,it was a pretty good garden season here in Missouri....Now it's time to eat some roast in ears

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That's a good haul of corn. You gonna freeze or can any?

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That's a good haul of corn. You gonna freeze or can any?
Thanks Primer,seems the electric fence really did the trick keeping the coons out this time.

We're going to blanch and freeze what we store for the winter. We will give some to family and friends also.
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Put a collar on the next one you catch, that way you know its the same one coming back.
Primer1, I'd love to hear any tales of you gettin' a collar on a wild raccoon!
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Primer1, I'd love to hear any tales of you gettin' a collar on a wild raccoon!
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQM8IFArrbQ&feature=player_detailpage
That was funny. I guess I could put a collar on em after I plug em with a .22, but that wouldn't do much good.
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Primer1, I'd love to hear any tales of you gettin' a collar on a wild raccoon!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQM8IFArrbQ&feature=player_detailpage
LOL I draw the line there on capture and release,that looks more like a shoot and plant situation right there now!
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Any advice, I wanted to do an above ground 8x15 foot small garden, it's all I have room for. Just some 2x6 planks to box it in.

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I didn't plant a garden this year because of wedding plans and trip for my Son. But I did get some delicious tomatoes, peaches and mini water melons at a farm stand. So good.

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Any advice, I wanted to do an above ground 8x15 foot small garden, it's all I have room for. Just some 2x6 planks to box it in.
My bit of advice,decide what you want to grow and how much room each vegetable will need room to grow,then plant accordingly.
Also you might google "gardening small gardens"?
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