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Author Topic: 2024 gardens  (Read 15492 times)

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Online LPS

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Found this and another one in our woods.  Dyrads Saddle.  Very edible if you eat the tender parts.  Slice thin and sautee with butter and garlic.  The wife said no way will she eat them.  LOL 

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Also called a pheasant back.

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My wife won't eat wild mushrooms either.
Hey look your bobber is up!

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darn good eats!!!    :happy1: :happy1:
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My wife won't eat wild mushrooms either.
ah she must seen boar! :confused: :shocked: :rotflmao:
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Hey look your bobber is up!

Offline roony

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My asparagus patch is infested with asparagus beatlesI am going to dust it with Sevin. I'd rather not but I feel I have no choice. I will either wash the next cutting off extra good or just dispose of one cutting. I never really had this problem. I wonder if the mild winter we had will lead to more insect issues.
« Last Edit: May 05/23/24, 05:06:45 PM by roony »

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dat suks roony...   
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I picked 10 spears yesterday and there are 4 big ones that were not long enough but had nice girth that I hope to get today.  That is a big haul for us.   :sleazy:

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I'm done with asparagus. Time to let it go and grow for this year.
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My squash and tomatoes are ddo ok, a littl slow but its been cold up her. Soon as the hear turns on theyll catxhup!!
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You have the squash in buckets too? Will they just spral across the yard then from the buckets?
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Yup but i can train them.
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I think Ken is going to be making rope... :whistling:
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The Wabash Iris is my favorite.

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I think Ken is going to be making rope... :whistling:

?????
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LOL  We got our big garden purchase today.  We got cukes and 4 early girl tomatoes, and a passel of redwing onions.  I will plant the smaller ones as Ken said to do.  The wife and gson will plant them whilst I take a nap.   :sleazy: 

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Oops! Scrolling & typing on a cell phone sux... :doah:
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Oops! Scrolling & typing on a cell phone sux... :doah:
Especially when you are driving, smoking a cigarette and drinking a beer!

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...while keeping Poppy off my lap to avoid hitting sasquatch... :coffee:
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Yup but i can train them.
Cool. May have to give that a try too.
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Yup but i can train them.
:rotflmao: :rotflmao: think you need to be trained first!!!!! :doah: :rotflmao: :happy1:
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Dotch.....making Rope????
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You still here Dotch???? :confused: :confused:
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I caught boar's post looking at his pics & scrolling on the cell phone mistook it for your post directly above it. My bad. You do recognize those seedlings, right? In this area, there was a lot of industrial hemp produced to make rope for the war effort in WWII. There was a processing plant on the outskirts of Bugtussle. The plantings were disbanded after the war was over. The seed kept it going. There are still to this day a lot of fence lines & waste areas locally it inhabits. To the naked eye, it looks the same as those plants used for recreational purposes. The THC content in those industrial hemp leftovers is only a tiny fraction of that contained in the marijuana sold today.
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I caught boar's post looking at his pics & scrolling on the cell phone mistook it for your post directly above it. My bad. You do recognize those seedlings, right? In this area, there was a lot of industrial hemp produced to make rope for the war effort in WWII. There was a processing plant on the outskirts of Bugtussle. The plantings were disbanded after the war was over. The seed kept it going. There are still to this day a lot of fence lines & waste areas locally it inhabits. To the naked eye, it looks the same as those plants used for recreational purposes. The THC content in those industrial hemp leftovers is only a tiny fraction of that contained in the marijuana sold today.
I don't understand

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Don't you have some wren houses to build?  :scratch:
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Huh?
I need some rope to hang them up.

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Ok now this is no jive. When I started my tomatoes one of them looked similar to a little elm tree. I just let it grow. It has its own little pot but just hasn't grown much. Could it be a rope plant. I'm going to take a picture of it and post it.