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January: What to plant in Northern California and Central Valley areas

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Re: January: What to plant in Northern California and Central Valley areas

Post  audrey.jeanne.roberts on Mon 30 Jan - 19:47

Hubby is getting me some compost from Gallo and I need to get my 55 gallon food grade drums ready for sweet potatoes, potatoes and strawberries.  As soon as it warms up more so I can work outside I have to get started.  The slips are started though, in the kitchen window.  I need to order potatoes.

Boy it comes fast all of a sudden doesn't it?!
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Post  countrynaturals on Tue 31 Jan - 13:41

BeetlesPerSqFt wrote:
countrynaturals wrote: My icicle radishes never sprouted, so I think they rotted in all the wetness we had last week. Sad
The planting charts in my ANSFG book (mine is edition 1) say that radishes take 29 days to germinate at 41*F and 11 days at 50*F. If more of the hours of the day during the last week and a half have been below 50*F than above, they made need some more time.
YIKES! Are you psychic, Beetles? Icicle radishes sprouted this morning. YEE-HAH!  cheers
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Post  BeetlesPerSqFt on Wed 1 Feb - 16:35

countrynaturals wrote:
BeetlesPerSqFt wrote:
countrynaturals wrote: My icicle radishes never sprouted, so I think they rotted in all the wetness we had last week. Sad
The planting charts in my ANSFG book (mine is edition 1) say that radishes take 29 days to germinate at 41*F and 11 days at 50*F. If more of the hours of the day during the last week and a half have been below 50*F than above, they made need some more time.
YIKES! Are you psychic, Beetles? Icicle radishes sprouted this morning. YEE-HAH!  cheers
I don't think so...  The radishes just needed you to believe in them! Razz
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Post  countrynaturals on Wed 1 Feb - 19:08

I believe in them now, but they have 8 days of rain coming at them and they just barely have their heads above dirt, so fingers crossed. geek
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