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Planting time in Florida.

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Planting time in Florida.

Post  davedwc on 9/3/2010, 4:36 pm

Many gardeners do not know that veggies get planted about 10/14 in Fl.
Farmers plant when the humidity and temp drop. Some times around 10/14.
Vegetable gardening in the summer is frustrating experience.
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PLANTING TIME IN FLORIDA

Post  graficow on 9/3/2010, 8:28 pm

Tell us where you are located in Florida.
I am in Spring Hill (Shady Hills) and need
to get planting very soon....at least I thought so.
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Re: Planting time in Florida.

Post  LaFee on 9/4/2010, 5:43 am

I have family in your neck of the woods -- they were pretty disgusted with this year's garden.

Hope that the frosts of last winter and the heat and parched earth of this summer are now relegated to the history books and this year is better!

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Post  graficow on 9/4/2010, 6:46 am

Well LaFee I wasnt really disgusted but it was tough.
My eggplants and peppers are still going crazy and
my peppers are 7 feet tall. I never have seen that
happen but they are producing.
Forget the tomatoes - golf balls.
Beets were OK. Bok Choi was OK
Carrots didnt want to do anything nor did the
squash, any kind. Green beans were great.

I just am looking forward to my fall garden, its
got to be better .

I dont understand why I have a blue jay who
visits daily - is he doing good things (eating bugs)
or a bad thing (eating bugs)
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Re: Planting time in Florida.

Post  davedwc on 9/8/2010, 4:56 pm

I am located in Naples, FL.
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