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Dave, here my little corn sprouts! Not bad for as late as we got to plant this year! And as cool as it's been so far. We've only had 2 days hit 70° so far.
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Spuds at 10 weeks
These were just poking out of the top of the hill so I salvaged them before they got too sunburnt.
Others I added more soil on top.
The biggest one is 6.7oz.
And I was pleased to see the reds are scab free so far, that was a biggie last year to the point where they did no sell very well.
Hmm.....lets see, 6.7oz times 1000 hills divide by 16 ...... =....geesh, I'm gonna have a lot of spuds!!
 

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Spuds at 10 weeks
These were just poking out of the top of the hill so I salvaged them before they got too sunburnt.
Others I added more soil on top.
The biggest one is 6.7oz.
And I was pleased to see the reds are scab free so far, that was a biggie last year to the point where they did no sell very well.
Hmm.....lets see, 6.7oz times 1000 hills divide by 16 ...... =....geesh, I'm gonna have a lot of spuds!!
Hope you got some gunny sacks.
 
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our first of ‘24, helped fill taco shells🌮👍🏼
our trees have grown to shade significantly our small garden space, which seems to delay & decrease yield.
but our kale & spinach 🥬 is the best its ever been 🤷🏻‍♂️ despite this comic bringing the Mrs. to mind:
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cheers!
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Potatoes at 11 weeks.
Dug 3 hills of Kennebec's yesterday to see what was up, or rather down.
None were "monsters" like last year which was much drier? Just nice size, like what one would find in the grocery store.

Tops are still green and growing but a few are starting to turn brown.
It appears I have won the battle of the CPB (Colorado Potato Beetle) this season with 2 sprayings and many days walking the rows and picking what few bugs off that I could readily spot'

the nicer ones are pictured. 2 or three handfuls of smaller ones we boiled up for supper.
Some of which were 2"diameter.
Farmers market coming up on Sat but I think I will wait another 2 weeks or so.

The the 13th is out as I will still be in Portage, WI for Garden Tractor Daze.
 

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