My Gardens---My Tools

Discussion in 'Garden Tips And Talk' started by oh no, Jun 12, 2009.

  1. oh no

    oh no New Member

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    Here is some pictures of my early garden.
     
  2. oh no

    oh no New Member

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    My little Bolens and my big lazy tiller
     

  3. oh no

    oh no New Member

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    My little Honda and my wet field,,,plastic strips at far end are 100 footers

    John this is the little Honda I like,,, it and that Case are the only ones I have used this season so far,,,, my sweet corn will be set up for that little Bolens.
     
  4. bluejay

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    And my can collection!!! LOL
     
  5. MiseryMike

    MiseryMike New Member

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    Great looking garden
     
  6. john catfish young

    john catfish young New Member

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    Heres a few pics
     

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  7. rythymroach

    rythymroach New Member

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    I'll try to keep up with this thread Oh No and I'll try to post some pics of my grounds as well I'll have to work on it over the weekend. I studied horticulture in college and really love working on landscaping. I got some nice projects going on at my place I's love to share with yall!! Thanks for this thread ol pal!
     
  8. john catfish young

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    A few more pics.
     

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  9. oh no

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    Your corn is looking great John,,, Shoot I just replanted a bunch of NK 199 sweet corn,,, the ground up here is cold.

    Your garden is about weed free,,, that is great.
     
  10. john catfish young

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    A few More pics.
     

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  11. oh no

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    My tomato's John,,,I mulched mine with some 4 year old sawdust and horsemanure.
     
  12. CountryHart

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    you guys are killin me.:confused2: NOT 1 stinkin rock!!! Knew i shudda never moved up in these hills in the first place.:eek:oooh: Dirt here will grow but dang it's rough. I'll get some pic's of my stuff this weekend.
     
  13. ladyfish50

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    Wow! Great pictures, & great gardens, guys!! Y'all are gonna be busy!
    Keep the pictures coming; I love watching how it all shapes up.
     
  14. oh no

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    I just dug my first milk crate of taters for the food bank and I'm going to send them a crate of Swiss Chard too.

    We have had so much rain and cold weather,,,they probably won't get as much of some things as I would like.

    Now the heat is here,,,, 72 all night, heading for 85,,,,, darn heat,,,lol
     
  15. ladyfish50

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    Awww...Jim, you poor thing. 85 degrees!! Whooo! You must be sweltering! Right now, at 6:00 p.m., it's 85 degrees w/85% humidity, which means it feels like 100!:crazy: The high today & tomorrow are in the upper 90's.
    Count your "cool blessings".
    Oh, and that's a great thing you do for the food bank.
    You know I'm just messin' with ya, right!:wink:
     
  16. postbeetle

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    Jim, and others nice garden. I don't put out much anymore but enjoy what I do tend to. I'll put up some pictures of my small garden with the garden shed in the background I put up last summer. Bell peppers, zucchini, tomato varieties, squash, chard, cucumbers. I won't put up pictures of what I grow best......sourdock, canadian thistles, burdock, wild mustard et. al.

    My tools are a spade and hoe anymore. Don't need much gas that way. Although I do run out of gas on the end of that hoe.

    I'll tell ya the best tool I got is roundup.

    #1........overview with shed
    #2........coupla zucchini
    #3........some tomatoes
     
  17. FishMan

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    looking good Jim..........good job.

    danny
     
  18. john catfish young

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    Heres a few updated pics of the gardens. I've been picking corn, peppers, squash, zuchinni, tomatoes, cucumbers, and dug up my taters the other day. Love me some fresh garden vegetables!:big_smile:
     

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    A few more pics.
     

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