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Old 07-10-2022, 08:20 AM
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Default Garden harvest 2022

How's the gardens doing this year? Lets see some pics.


Here's a pick of my trusty ole Farmall 100 that I lay my rows out with.
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Planted potatoes the first week of March.
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I got them in and then we had a frost that knocked them back a little.
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But they recovered and started doing well.
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Dug them up in late June. Now I got taters out the wazoo.
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Old 07-10-2022, 08:45 AM
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Planted some of my corn on April 22nd.

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I had poor germination rate this year and only about 60% came up. I never had that happen before but the seed this year was not treated for some reason. Maybe that is why.

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On July 8th I picked a bucket load and will go pick some more today.

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Cool Oak I love garden pics. I marvel at seeing a harvest when it's only July.
Great looking spuds and corn. We are just starting to see the veg take off.
Feeling lucky to still have our warm crops as it was 33 and 32 on consecutive
mornings last week. In 80s now though so off we go. Here is the garden as
of today.
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Old 07-10-2022, 01:33 PM
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Oak,
You are about 1 month ahead of us here in Eastern Iowa
Planted most everything but 2nd planting of corn on May 19.
2nd corn plant about 2-3 weeks later.
200 hills total corn and the same for spuds which are now blooming and fighting off the damn Colorado beetles and Japan beetles
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