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Post  SusNton on 4/3/2013, 6:09 pm

Hi again folks!..As I've stated before, this is my first year SFG..I do have some experience with outdoor TOMs n peppers in containers...I have 3- 2x4x6" beds ATM and 1 empty one ready for Carrots, beets, or maybe transplanting some potted broc or the peas in question...Anyhow(sheesh finally Shocked ) I sowed some peas and they pretty much all sprouted and growing nicely(IMO)..Should I thin em out to the 8/per sq, as recommended, or leave em be? There's ~12-16 per square ATM as you can see from the pic(top)..String is tied to trellis(not shown)...TIA!! Wink

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Post  camprn on 4/3/2013, 6:25 pm

No need to thin they look fantastic! some of those vines may fail and the planting is not terribly thick. I plant mine thicker, no problem.
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Post  Triciasgarden on 4/3/2013, 6:34 pm

I noticed where you are living and wanted to make a suggestion. I have a sister who lives in the Lancaster and I know it can get hot quick. If it does start getting hot for your peas, you can rig up something to give them some shade and keep them a bit cooler. Other people have posted what they use as shade cloth and you can do a search shade cloth and see what has been used. Your garden is beautiful!
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Post  SusNton on 4/3/2013, 6:40 pm

Awesome camprn!..Great to hear that..I was actually hoping that I'd not have to thin em out..
Thanks!.. Very Happy
Oh, btw, you sfg guys n gals weren't kidding..this IS darn addicting.Can't wait to use/plant in my other empty bed.. happy hi

Thanks TG..I do plan on giving em some shade when it's starts getting real hot here, if needed..Much appreciated.. Cool
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