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    I don't think those chickens are planted deep enough.

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    Whatever my father-in-law grows is what I go pick from his garden.
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    onions are in. mid april before the rest goes in
    Okra
    tomatos
    okra
    squash
    okra
    cukes
    okra
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    okra, and okra
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    #24
    Gonna be spreading and tilling in some manure this week...should have everything in by the middle of the month...

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    My 2020 garen is already planted. In raised beds I have cucumbers, squash, bell peppers, (green, yellow, and red), hot peppers, leeks, and three types of onions, that total about 100. Then we have okra and tomatoes on the back rows. We also have a very nice herb garden all in pots on the back deck.

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    #26
    Will be planting sweet corn, potatoes, green beens, and zucchini this evening. Will plant tomatoes and sweet potatoes in a couple of weeks depending on how much rain we get from now to then.

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    Used to plant sweet corn, but just buy from local farmers now. I always put out golden zucchini, green onions, tomatoes, banana peppers, jalapeños, cabbage and leafy lettuce. Haven’t canned in a while, but I’m getting all my stuff back out to start again. Forgot green peppers.
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    #28
    Mostly just tomatoes. I loves me some garden-fresh maters on BLTs and other sandwiches! Sometimes we'll plant some green peppers and maybe some jalapenos and make some salsa, but mostly just maters.
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    #29
    Working on my 20’ by 8’ raised be right now. Tomato’s, peppers, okra and yellow squash will go in today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mizzou211 View Post
    Gonna be spreading and tilling in some manure this week...should have everything in by the middle of the month...
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    #32
    Tomatoes, Jalapenos, bannana peppers, green peppers and green beans should all be in the ground tomorrow.
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    Just redid my beds. Haven't done tomatoes in a few years because the squirrels ate most of them. Going to try again this year.
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    #34
    Plant lots of potatoes. I have a root cellar so they keep thru the next spring.
    Butternut squash. Keeps thru February in the root cellar
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    Lots of broccoli.
    Bell peppers, banana peppers and jalepenos.
    Roma tomatoes, regular tomatoes and cherry tomatoes.
    Cucumbers
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    Tomatos, peppers and cucumbers.

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    Maters!

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    48 tomato plants, dozens of jalapeno and green peppers, sweet banana peppers, green beans, Oriental green beans, egg plant, okra, sweet potato, cabbage

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    #38
    Quote Originally Posted by Mizzou211 View Post
    I haven't been able to plant one for the last few years due to travelling for work, but now that I'm home, and in these times, it seems particularly prudent to plant one again. I have a 50' x 100' plot to plant and this year I'll go with:

    Tomatoes
    Several kinds of peppers
    Sweet Corn
    Green Beans
    Peas
    Radishes
    Carrots
    Onions
    Zucchini
    Butter Squash
    Cucumbers
    Cantaloupe
    Watermelon
    Pumpkin
    Strawberries
    Herb Garden

    How 'bout y'all?
    When I have the space this will be mine. For now in main garden and containers tomatoes, several Peppers (a lot of Banana Peppers as stuff them with Feta Cheese and grill them they are awesome), Green Beans, Cukes, Yellow Squash, Zucchini, Spring and Fall Garlic, Eggplant. Along stream on side of my 1/2 acre blueberries, and blackberries.

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