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- - By JimGo1 Date 2012-10-12 6:41 PM
How did your garden go this year ???  
Parent - By rungear [us] Date 2012-10-26 4:24 PM Edited 2012-10-26 4:26 PM
Parent - - By neustkg (Important) Date 2012-11-04 10:38 PM
Very good tomato crop.  Started early and ended at about the 2nd week of October.  I am planning on starting a plant even earlier this year (say in March with another plant the next month, and another the next month) and bringing it in each night until the freeze risk is over.
Parent - By JimGo1 Date 2012-11-05 4:33 PM
Nice Job !   I don't know why I could never grow tomato plants.
Parent - - By Ursel13 Date 2012-11-05 2:19 PM
Not so good. The tomatoes were suppose to be beefsteaks but they were heart shaped and small. Tasted good though. Sweet red pepper were smaller than the tomatoes we only got 6 from 4 plants.
Parent - - By JimGo1 Date 2012-11-05 4:33 PM
Ack !   Beans are always a slam dunk if you like them.
Parent - By Ursel13 Date 2012-11-06 12:38 PM
This is the second year we've had a garden. Last year we did really well with leaf lettuce, swiss chard and pumpkins. We have a very small area with full sun. We've avoided beans because they are vertically grown and might block other parts of the yard.
Parent - By JimGo1 Date 2012-11-05 4:36 PM
Mine didn't go well at all.   The only thing that went well were the strawberries because we had them covered with netting and the deer didn't get them.   I got off to a really good start with beans, squash, kale but didn't buy deer fencing because of the cost.   I couldn't justify spending 100's of dollars on fence in my mind.   Well in two nights the deer ate everything.   I'm still going over options for netting which I used on strawberries and trying it over the beans, squash, kale next year.   Live and Learn.  
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