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    Getting all types of ripe ones now.
    (In the GH)
    MatSu-X, 4th July, Early Girl & Son Golds.

    None of the ones I put in the garden are turning yet,
    but some Sun Golds are looking close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudbuddy View Post
    Getting all types of ripe ones now.
    (In the GH)
    MatSu-X, 4th July, Early Girl & Son Golds.

    None of the ones I put in the garden are turning yet,
    but some Sun Golds are looking close.

    I've got a couple 4 July's turning, and one GH 0-33. My outside sasha Altai's have all of as sudden broken out into a blossoming phase. As has my inside GH Katja's Unless we have a real long fall I Don't think they'll be able to produce much..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark oathout View Post
    John, this is 0-33 outside. I am growing several varieties outside, many are doing well in containers or straight in the dirt.
    I really like the flavor of these 0-33's. Kinda like eating chips, hard to quit on just one.

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    Default Tiny cucumbers this year. LOL


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    Quote Originally Posted by mark oathout View Post



    I had been gone a couple days fishing and thought my two 16 inches I picked this morn were monsters, but that one of yours obviously takes the blue ribbon. What variety is that ?

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    Wow
    now that’d make a batch of pickles

    Am getting lots of condensation moisture inside the GH
    now . Need some sunshine.

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    OldJohn grew a Sweet success 17"
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    (Picked yesterday)

    Old J big Cuc 2.jpg


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    When will the main "Commercial" harvest of Potatoes happen, this year........???

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    Getting tired, but the nice weather sure ripens up the tomatoes.
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    Holy cow Mark, you did well!
    Had a yellow homegrown last night, it was so darn sweet.
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    I excepted that growing season is over.
    Pulled the last tomatoes & cucs.
    Then pulled plants & took to compost bin.

    Will have a week or so of finishing off
    the 2018 tomatoes.


    Looking forward to next year & the flavor
    of vine ripened tomatoes

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    I thought it was a decent gardening year. Learned a few more do's and don'ts
    O-33 tomatoes do not like temps over 85.
    Sasha Altai toms grow better outside than they do in a GH
    Early girl toms really like the feeding program Man at MidValley recommended

    My compost bins are over flowing.

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