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    Protus- What kind of blueberries?

    Do you have enough pollinators for your fruit trees?

    You need some bees homey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lowdown3 View Post
    Protus- What kind of blueberries?

    Do you have enough pollinators for your fruit trees?

    You need some bees homey!
    Cantvrecal. Only have like 6 plants. Last year and this year they've produced fairly well. I may plant more since the wife likes them.
    I lost a few of my fruit trees over winter and to imho high water table.( peaches).
    There seems to a good amount of bees here( few lots over iirc someone had a few hives )We have a wide varity of flowering stuff here and even have flowers in part of the garden.
    Biggest issue is poor dirt lol ..aka sand. Im going to add bigger orangics to it this fall. Leaves,grass clippings over the years aint doing it. Im gonna lay in mulch or just collect all the tree limbs that fall and just use that.
    Sides poor soil, over watering due to the water table from oct to feb hurts. Constant issues with fungus,molds etc.
    But thats Florida in this area.
    I can grow the heck outta beans and hot chilis though lol.
    Well see how this season fairs...
    Got chickens up and running again so least we'll have that going strong in a few months..
    Hey Petunia...you dropped your man pad!

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    Protus, throwing the old seeds in the compost is a GREAT idea. I wish I had thought of that earlier. I will try that next year with all of my old seeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Foster View Post
    Protus, throwing the old seeds in the compost is a GREAT idea. I wish I had thought of that earlier. I will try that next year with all of my old seeds.
    We started doing it once we got the mystery garden after cleaning out the chicken pen. Lol.
    Be surprised how much grows from chicken s##$ lol.
    I had the biggest datil peppers ever 2 years ago from it.
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    My tomato plants were put in 2 feet apart and they're over-running each other. The bush beans are ready to pick. All of my pepper plants are in flower with only one pepper actually growing right now. I have one eggplant that I planted.Everything looks extremely healthy this year. the garden is much smaller this year but this is the first time I actually have this much growing without having any root knot nematode issues.

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