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Post  jimmy cee on 10/7/2016, 9:44 am

I think it's about time to remove these as their not going to develop any further into fall.
It's been the finest experience I have ever had with peppers this season. Learning to prune them and watching their
growth. I have already picked a dozen and very delicious. We will have some during winter after splitting, removing seeds and then freezing.


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Post  Ginger Blue on 10/7/2016, 10:09 am

Very nice, Jimmy!  I like the cages; did you make them yourself or purchase them somewhere?
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Post  jimmy cee on 10/7/2016, 12:32 pm

@Ginger Blue wrote:Very nice, Jimmy!  I like the cages; did you make them yourself or purchase them somewhere?
Cages came from a roll of wire at Lowes. About $30.00 a roll and has proven so valuable to me that I keep a roll on hand. I made them to fit in each square and can tailor them to an individual plant.






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Post  sanderson on 10/7/2016, 2:20 pm

Jimmy, The square cages, do you fold up for storage?

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Post  jimmy cee on 10/7/2016, 4:50 pm

@sanderson wrote:Jimmy,  The square cages, do you fold up for storage?

PS  What is that shiny stuff on the deck?
Some fold up, others canot....I have a place in the corner that I just toss them. They go through winters snow ok and back in service next season.
Shine stuff is a reflection of wet spots from rain
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Post  sanderson on 10/8/2016, 2:15 am

Rain? Wink

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Post  Scorpio Rising on 10/9/2016, 4:28 pm

@sanderson wrote:Rain? Wink
OH my!  That is how dry you guys are!    cyclops cyclops
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