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Still finding a few decent  Belgium pinks,plants are looking OK ...for now❄ 

So thankful for the bountiful harvests! 

 picked the 900th tomato of the year! see pic

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and,all the peppers are going crazy now, lots of bell, banana, habanero and jalapeno

Radishes and turnips are coming  up now👍

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Only things left in my garden is some beautiful red jalapeños, a patch of turnips, and marigolds.  Still have a tomato plant left in a flower bed along with some dill plants.  Turnips are looking good, as is my wite wheat patch in the pasture.  I did dig up all my strawberries, fill up the raised bed with good black dirt and replanted the whole thing.  Rained and turned cool and the plants don't seem to know they were disrupted.  If they live it should be a berrylicious spring.

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Nothing but radishes and turnips left.  Frost was just too much for my tomatos and peppers. Pulled all the plants and plowed up some rows for next year.  Amended the soil and put some mulch down. By next Spring should be good to go!

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On 10/18/2019 at 10:12 PM, Fish24/7 said:

Nothing but radishes and turnips left.  Frost was just too much for my tomatos and peppers. Pulled all the plants and plowed up some rows for next year.  Amended the soil and put some mulch down. By next Spring should be good to go!

What do you use for mulch.  I should probably be putting a layer of winter mulch down and plow it under in spring.

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4 hours ago, MOPanfisher said:

What do you use for mulch.  I should probably be putting a layer of winter mulch down and plow it under in spring.

Lawn clippings,by next Spring it should decompose. I use grass in the Fall after the 1st Frost after tilling up the new rows and plots. And again in the middle of Summer. Just twice. I put it on thick too. When planting I mulch with compost  typically and amend as needed during the growing season with more compost and this stuff

If you ever see Eco Scraps5-5-5 plant food I love that stuff wish it came in a bigger bag. I use 1 4lb bag per 25' row and till it in.

https://www.ecoscraps.com/products/natural-organic-all-purpose-plant-food

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