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Female Join date : 2013-06-14
Location : Missouri

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PostSubject: Re: Beginner Gardener   Beginner Gardener - Page 2 EmptyTue Jul 07, 2020 11:32 am

I feel for you and your son dealing with your nieces. My husband has some family that have a similar delusion. coincidentally, they own nothing to ever worry about it being destroyed by people. If the shoe was on the other foot they would undoubtedly feel much different. I would probably flag their post of his conversation. That's harassment. You should be able to get it removed, but keep copies of their post and the entire post. If they are very malicious you would need it to prove intent on their part. Some people are just out of their minds. Youth have zero idea about consequences of their petulence. It's impossible to have a meaningful conversation with some folks right now.

The garden is doing it's thing here. Weeds getting a little nutty. Too hot to be out pulling them right now. It was 94 degrees yesterday with 70% humidity. Just nasty. Pumpkins growing like crazy. Spaghetti squash coming on along with cucumbers. Watermelons growing but still waiting on actual melons. Was running behind getting those in. Need to get my plastic down for my garden expansion. Need to finish putting the floor in my greenhouse.

Japanese Beetles have arrived. I kept watching my crepe myrtles for them, meanwhile they were apparently eating my grapes. My poor poor grapes.

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PostSubject: Re: Beginner Gardener   Beginner Gardener - Page 2 EmptyTue Jul 07, 2020 6:57 pm

Oh...poor grapes.

Thanks Jenn, I didn't know you could have something removed for harassment. Just tried. We'll see.

Hot here too. Not quite 94 but 88 is closer enough. Put a trap out for the woodchuck, well see. I found the spot he was getting in through. Chewed the bottom of my plastic fence. That fence was not meant for woodchucks! After I finish my planting, the boat in and the pool in order, I'll run a hot wire at 4". That should take care of him. I've only found the one entrance hole, suspect the other (s) in the the goldenrod. Wish there was an effective way of getting rid of goldenrod. Sigh.

So far, I have a watermelon the size of a tart cherry. A cucumber (or two) a little bigger than a hulled sunflower seed. Maybe an eggplant embryo or two. Two pink Brandywine tomatoes the size of an egg. I've already picked some small immature hot peppers. One I thought was a jalepeno but when I bit into it. Yowser. It was a hot one. It's a mix of hot peppers so I don't know what they are sometimes.

Oops. Writing this i realized I didn't water the cucumbers...

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