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    The greenhouse is getting full. I have already moved plants to the old GH so I can walk in this one.
    It is easy to throw seeds into the dirt. Then come transplanting time and it is a scramble to find enough pots and dirt for the job.





    Moved a lot of flowers out yesterday. Hardened them off all week. About an hour each way out of and back into the greenhouse. Glad that is over. Now hardening off the cabbages and corn.

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    First watermelon, there are now 3 that "took".



    Some of the early corn has tassled already. I got over a dozen ears last year.

    I cross pollinated a Golden Jubilee with a strain developed in Nenana by UAF. Dried the seeds and they grew. I named the new strain Alaskan Jubilee.




    This pumpkin is 10 feet long with 14" leaves.
    Notice the artichoke, a new one for me.
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    Very nice
    Is the chair for the pumpkin to sit on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudbuddy View Post
    Very nice
    Is the chair for the pumpkin to sit on?
    That may be! Otherwise I have some herring net to make some baskets out of.

    I see today that I have 2 ears of corn coming on.
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