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 Post subject: Re: What's growing in your veggie patch ?
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so many tomatoes at the moe woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4

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Katy wrote:
so many tomatoes at the moe woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4

I had many come up on their own and are going so well woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4

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Squeaker wrote:
Katy wrote:
so many tomatoes at the moe woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4

I had many come up on their own and are going so well woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4

same here, they grow like weeds

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DennisL wrote:
Squeaker wrote:
Katy wrote:
so many tomatoes at the moe woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4

I had many come up on their own and are going so well woohoo4 woohoo4 woohoo4

same here, they grow like weeds

You go dennisl a_bravo.gif way to go a_bravo.gif and good to see you well and happy

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I have 3 watermelons doing well woohoo4

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 Post subject: Re: What's growing in your veggie patch ?
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We have a good crop of roma toms almost ready for market

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 Post subject: Re: What's growing in your veggie patch ?
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Too damn hot for much at present.
We've gone to town with mustard and cucumbers, but without rain we're going to struggle.
I usually wait til late february to plant, and then I usually dig in a crop of mustard or other green manure to start the next crop.
In the meantime, we're setting seed of fruit trees and/or potting on those seedlings into larger pots for later planting.
If the rotten flying foxes would give us a break, we could actually enjoy some of that same fruit the seeds came from! We can't even pick up the scraps and feed them to the chooks and pigs due to biosecurity risks like Hendra virus, etc.

February to march we'll do a mass planting of silver beet and rainbow chard, staggering the rows two weeks apart for continuity over the next 6plus months to give our girls ( and roosters) green pick, after which the other green crops kick in like rocket, pak choy, lettuce and then the brassicas like cauli and cabbage.

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We have a good crop of roma toms almost ready for market

do you sell at the farmers markets?

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 Post subject: Re: What's growing in your veggie patch ?
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I'm loving this rain....90mm o/nite and still falling - methinks i might be head down, bum up planting next week! woohoo4


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