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Subject: Re: Amy's Folly - The Garden Adventures Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:55 am
With the move I didn't have much for a garden year either since everything was container grown. Got a few tomatoes and am getting some peppers. My pumpkin has done well but fighting powdery mildew now and got a strange red fungus on one pumpkin I assume was moisture related but not blossom end rot. Garlic should be arriving soon and will have to figure out where I want to put it. Was thinking about putting where the pumpkins are after harvest. The garden spot is smothered but I haven't started to amend any of it yet. Have to get a fence around it before I do too much or the critters will have a field day. Though throwing some minerals on it and letting the deer do the tilling doesn't sound half bad. Would really like some wild turkeys to come through or to borrow someone's chickens for a week.
Our farmers flooded out. Most have gotten their claim checks and are just waiting for next year. Had a heck of a year for hay though. Bad year for crop growers. Good year for animal producers. At least the animal producers that pasture their animals.