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    Default GH stuff doing well 6-1

    Toms , Jal peppers, & cucs :
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    Those are some monster leaves on your cukes. toms looking very nice too

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    Sweet Success cucs
    producing well.
    be eating cucs in a few days
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudbuddy View Post
    Sweet Success cucs
    producing well.
    be eating cucs in a few days
    Mudbuddy, nice job in your greenhouse, I gotta ask though, what's up with the water bottles in your cucumber garden beds? I assume there is a purpose and you didn't just forget and leave them there.

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    Thanks
    Prop cucs up off the wet soil

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudbuddy View Post
    Thanks
    Prop cucs up off the wet soil
    I do the same thing with scraps of plywood

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    Default Eating Cucs :)

    Ate 3 cucs so far
    Taste great.
    This one headed to kitchen:
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    Soon some lettuce & onions & cucumber salads
    Maybe some radishes too.

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    Tomatoes looking good
    one Sun Gold starting to ripen
    Early girl , MatSu Express:
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    Cucs doing Great
    Been getting 3-4 a day now
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    & jalapeños setting on
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    Started 2 6-packs of lettuce
    in GH .
    To be the Second planting for mid July.
    have some red lettuce starts growing:
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    Default Ripe Sungolds 6-18-19

    Getting a few ripe tomatoes
    Both Sungolds plants.
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    Got a 4th of July tomato ripening
    Eating a few ripe Sungolds
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    Default Ripe 4th of July

    Getting ripe tomatoes
    4th July ripe
    Early girls starting to turn
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    May-Su-Express from Mid Valley
    starting to ripen too.
    This is a great tasting tomato
    A Potato leaf Brandywine cross
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    Went out this AM to GH...wow.
    Many cukes blooming , (Sweet success & 1 Tyria, both are parthenocarpic)
    Tyria, from Mid valley, a little more cumber flavor , IMO .
    Hot day, watered GH 3 times.
    not complaining , liking it
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    Tyria on right
    Sweet success on left
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    Default Greenhouse today 6-29-19

    Lots of watering now
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    Default Toms coming on strong

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    Those are as big as Big Beef when I used to grow them in the 90's. You should see BB this year. I bet some are 1.5lbs. For those who water and keep the temp in check, good things are coming from this weather. I'm pulling a bunch of shade cloth tomorrow, it is not looking good.

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    Yea , 90° unheard of.
    Have GH door wide open all day, & only 80°.
    usually just need the screen part open.
    & the plants are showing some stress
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    shade cloth a good idea,
    may pull a sliver
    tarp over part of mine

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