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Post  Theresa on Thu 21 Oct 2010 - 9:28

The SFGs are just about to come to an end. We have had two light frost with some pretty cold nights.
The tomatoes are still producing and they still have a great taste to them.

The peppers are doing good.

Some really pretty double morning glories

The second crop of potatoes are done

Josh's wall of plants are still doing great

Josh's Yellow mushroom beans he received from miinva are still producing beans, he has been saving them for seed for next year and for trading.

When Josh gets home from school today he can pick everything and post what he gets, I'm curious as to how many potatoes he will get from his second planting.


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Post  Josh on Thu 21 Oct 2010 - 15:12

I picked everything in the garden today. I'm sure this will be my last wagon load for the year. I got 9 lbs of potatoes from my second crop of potatoes.


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Post  Megan on Thu 21 Oct 2010 - 15:17

Everything looks fantastic... great harvest! flower


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Post  camprn on Thu 21 Oct 2010 - 15:20

@Josh wrote:I picked everything in the garden today. I'm sure this will be my last wagon load for the year. I got 9 lbs of potatoes from my second crop of potatoes.


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Post  ander217 on Fri 22 Oct 2010 - 3:54

Beautiful photos, Josh and Teresa.

Josh, how do you store your potatoes?

My July harvest in the garage is now starting to sprout, and I found a couple starting to shrivel already. I'm always looking for a better way to store them. I've kept them spread on newspaper in a dark closet in the house, in bags in a cabinet, and in a box on the attic stairs. They always seem to start sprouting at the same time, so I guess that's their nature. I know they shouldn't get too cool, so I'm going to have to bring them in from the garage soon.


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