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 No.1684

These pics are some of my last posts from before the board got wiped. I'll post some pics in the morning too, the tomatos and cucumber grew quite a bit in the last few days im really surprised about how much the cuc grew
>pics 1 & 2
Pulled my garlic and hung it to dry. I'll use the bigger bulbs to replant in the winter garden this year.
>pic 3
Dill seed drying out. Once they dry completely ill plant 10 seeds to get an idea of the germination rate which might not be accurate anyways its fucking triple digits here and probably won't not be until the end of october
>pics 4 & 5
Peyote and barrel cacti flowering.

 No.1685

hey /h/ bro
lookin good
do the cactus produce anything that you use? you smoke the peyote?

 No.1686

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>>1685
Thanks budy
>do the cactus produce anything that you use?
The San Pedro and Peruvian Torch have a roughly 8% mescaline alkaloid content. I have done extractions before, the Peyote has about 30-35% mescaline content
>you smoke the Peyote?
No I make tea out of it, or dry the buttons and eat them. tbh I don't think smoking it works, I've been wrong before though
>pic 1
Cucumber doing great! It's about 5 times the size of the one from last year. Grew it from seed of a cuc from last year too the more I grow them here the more genetically predisposed the seeds will be to growing in this climate.
>pic 2
My buddys hybrid pepper grown from seed. i didnt get a high germination rate on peppers this year, im pretty bummed about it, no habernero sauce this year, fucking gh3y
>pic 3
Cherry tomatos in the back, brandy wine on the left and right. The one on the left is a first gen, looks like its going to do better over all than the other one. dat genetic shhhhiiiieeeet again
I'll pull the beets and pickle them later this week.

 No.1698

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Pickled Beets, onions, and garlic all grown in the garden. Dill was grown in the garden too.

<basic brine recipe:

>2 cups water
>1 1/2 cup white vinegar
>almost a full 1/4 cup salt
>a pinch or two of sugar
Bring this to a boil, then let cool to room temp. Place vegetables and seasoning I used mustard seed, 6 yellow cyanne, sliced jalapeno, and sliced serrano in jar. Once brine I room temp, pour in to top, seal tight and refrigerate for at least 1 week.

 No.1700

>>1698
i like shredded pickled beets
good on burgers, dawgs, or with some nice bbq'd meats

 No.1711

>>1700
>shredded pickled beats
that good budy?

 No.1718

>pic 1 and 2
Cucumber getting hella rambunctious, dozens of flowers. It's still too hot for any fruit I guess :/
>pic 3
Pepper getting big too.
>pic 4
All the tomatos doing all right. Once it cools down I'm going to prune them and water.

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>>1718
The server took too long to submit your post.
Here's the pics
DUDDER FIX IT

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Bump

 No.1933

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I found some barrel cacti at work. Allegedly they are endangered where I live, so I swiped a bunch and repotted them as gifts for people, and one as an addition to my garden.
>pic 1
Barrel cacti I found at work
>pic 2 and 3
The repotting process
>pic 4
The end result

 No.1934

>>1933
based and cacti pilled

 No.1935

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>>1934
Thx budy
>pic
First maybe only cucumber of the year! The seeds will be second generation. :DD

 No.1938

>>1935
thats a funny looking cucumber, spro

 No.1939

looks more lik marrow or squash or whatever is the name

 No.1941

>>1939
pretty sure my gf has a purple one of those in her room

 No.1944

>>1941
does it have sparkles too?

 No.1946

>>1944
no but it vibrates and spins around which is kinda cool

 No.1947

>>1941
>>1946
thats an eggplant bozos

 No.2043

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>pic
Seeds from my Peyote. You can see at the back right the pink tube on the other one. The one just to the left of the bag had one I hadn't noticed, then a friend of mine pointed it out. So that other pink tube will turn into what's in the bag, post flowering. If it got pollinated, seeds will form in it and I'll have another pod like the one in the bag. I'll try germinating them in the spring.

 No.2094

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>>2043
>pic
Pollination occurred, we have another seed pod! I've waited years for this, it's got to be the 3rd or 4th time those pink tubes showed up and the first time seeds were created! =D =D =D

 No.2110

>>2094
sick, grats

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Started the winter garden today.
>pic 1
Carrot bed
>pic 2
Spinach bed
>pic 3
Fennel, red chard, swiss chard, kale, red onion, red cabbage, regular cabbage, broccoli, sage, oregano, red lettuce gen I, spinach gen II, dill gen I

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Getting lots of peppers now it's not over 9000 degrees anymore. Maybe the tomatoes will follow suit, they've been pretty much in stasis the past 3 months.

 No.2141

>>2138
i wanna fly you out when i get set up, jealous of your setup and knowledge
tomatoes and pepps were weird af this year, had sim thing where 'mato went apeshit then 3 dozen stalled on the vine from 2 plants

 No.2142

I have two questions.
1. Do any of you have to deal with rabbits
2. Does anyone here grow medicinal herbs for personal use? I want to grow some and tea leaves but I have zero money

 No.2143

>>2141
>tom and pep
My tomatos still haven't done anything. I'll probably pull them all this weekend, peppers as I posted have done much better. Probably make some pickles out of the banana peppers this weekend too.
>>2142
>bunnies
Nahhh mostly cats, snails, caterpillars, an occasional armadillo, and once in a blue moon a feral hog
>herbs
I don't grow them personally, mainly because I don't have enough room.

 No.2146

>>2142
no wabbits but a durr somehow left a shit pellet on my ashtray table
just cooking herbs in one of them aerogarden things but thats a gud idea
can just ask around for seeds, hippies will hook you up espec if you flip em a bundle and dirt's free
what do you want to know?

 No.2160

how's the winter garden gardenbro?

 No.2161

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>>2160
>how's the winter garden
Embarrassing honestly, idk wtf happened. This weather has really been throwing monkey wrenches into everything. Some of my farmer buddies at the market have been complaining about their yeilds too.
>pic 1
Carrots
>pic 2
Red onion, radish, and beets
>pic 3
Oregano, sage, lettuce, and kale
>pic 4
Spinach
I started everything from seed in September, the greens should be at an edible size and they are still basically seedlings. I think because of how hot it was still in Sept triple digits here then abruptly dropped into the 70s half way through October had something to do with it. :/ will try again next year. Hopefully I can get some seed from some of these, I don't have a lot left of my gens for winter stuff

 No.2165

>>2161
damn thats lookin rough
if they seed, what're the effects?
never thought about it b4 but do they wanna correct the sins of their slacker father, or more lik programming socks and car ears aka eugenics?

 No.2166

>>2165
>if they seed, what're the effects
It's a simplistic form of bio engineering. The as the generations of plants create seed for the next generation, they will become more and more acclimated to the environment they originally grew in. The seeds I have a pretty decent for my region, they wouldn't do as well say, up in Vermont. However, after a couple grow cycles they will become acclimated to what ever new environment they are growing in. The main reason I like growing things outside other than not having space is because they become more hearty.

 No.2174

>>2166
seems obvious now you explain it. always thought the stunted ones were losers and stuffed em in the compost locker

 No.2175

>>2174
>stuffed em in the compost locker
Exactly. Why waste the resources

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A bunch of cacti froze this past week. My friend and I cut them up, they are on the dehydrator right now. We are going to turn them into a science experiment. Ngl I cried a bit. 5 years, and 4 bad winters, this one gotem. ;-;

 No.2206

>>2204
rippers, what experiment?

 No.2208

>>2206
They contain mescaline alkaloids. They should be done dehydrating Monday or Tuesday, then begins the process of isolating the alkaloid. Tbh it's not very challenging, it's just a long tedious process.

 No.2209

>>2208
nice hope the care you gave to the plant will be repaid in kind, safe travels

 No.2220

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Trying again. These are going in the green house until the last chance if frost is over. We have:
>too much to list ask itt and I'll post erry thang if you want
90% of the pictured seeds are from stuff I've grown in the past, so they are generation seeds. Let's see what this year holds in store for growing.

 No.2222

>>2220
what a haul
heard any predictions about how the season's looking? haven't bothered to get a farmers almanac this year bc they suck now

 No.2223

>>2222
#guddigitsbudy
>heard any predictions about how the season's looking?
Not really, I haven't looked at a farmers almanac either. There is speculation, from what I've heard, that it will be unusually warm again because of how mild the winter has been so far. It's rained a lot though, and predictions are for more rain. Some dry spots have water in them, for the first time in years it seems like the aquifer is recharging. I've noticed if there's a wet winter, it's usually a mild summer here. My rancher budy speculates the same. We will see

 No.2278

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Pretty much everything has sprouted. I'll be making the first transplant tomorrow afternoon. More pics to follow

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 No.2282

>>2281
lookin GUD spudy. i gotta wait another week or so to seed here. still building my empire. ur setup's been great at mogging me into getting off my ass, appreciate the posts
just snagged one o them carts too they're nice. plastic'd the yard last year gotta redo yard from scratch

 No.2284

>>2282
Thanks /sp/ro, I'll post updates in about a month once I get everything set up and finalized. Glad to have encouraged someone to have done the same. Post pics pls kthxbai

 No.2287

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Pulled a few carrots today after I planted my oregano and basil. Color me surprised at how big they are. I'll give them another month of fertilizing and yonk all if them to pickle.

 No.2288

Very nice thread.
Your garden grew a lot and changed since last time I've seen your photos.

Herbs like basil is a good way to go, as they don't need lot of space but can entirely cover the seasoning needs. Well at least those that can be grown.

 No.2292

>>2287
ummm ok thats ackhtually a monster sized gock right there spfella

 No.2293

>>2220
holy shit i can't make sense are those like gigantic beer cans and bottles or some shit or those trays for gardening are tiny wtf

 No.2294

also what is that crystal looking thang???

 No.2295

>>2293
>>2294
the trays are tiny theyre only meant to hold like one or two plants until you get em in the ground
>crystal thing
it looks like a big chunk of quartz which helps the plants grow better

 No.2296

>>2293
>those trays are tiny wtf
See >>2278
>>2295
You're NOT me. The crystal is mostly crystal and some quartz. Idk if it do good for the plant but it pretty tho.

 No.2298

>>2296
wasnt trying to be you bud
quartz is a thing that supposedly helps plants through "ion exchanges" but idk how true that is

 No.2299

>>2298
Idk much about crystals except that they are supposed to have some electrical properties, etc. They won't cure cancer, but they can make your home more comfy/blalanced/etc. Sure the same applies to plants

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Cleaned, repotted, and rearranged a bunch of cacti today.

 No.2311

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Then I transplanted my tomatos. Probably pull the carrots earlier than planned. I'm still waiting on the spinach to bolt, and seed. I need the space they are at for my San Marzanos :P

 No.2312

you ever have problems with birds just completely fucking it all up? my dad used to garden and he was rally gud at it but there were a couple years where these shitty little blackbirds with orange/yellow beaks descended in big flocks and tore up everything and shit everywhere and there wasnt much he could do about it they completely ignored any kind of fake owl or scarecrow he put out

 No.2315

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OK so I transplanted all the seedlings and redid everything. Here is the final set up for now im planning on making minestrone later this week maybe next or something idk then I'll use the last of the carrots for that. They are p tasty tho tbh
>>2312
>probs w birbs
No the only thing I have problems with is >>2143 honestly idk wtf id do if some hitchcock birb style shit unfolded. Prolly get the ol 12 guage if i was home and blast them sluts. that sounds fucked

 No.2317

>>2315
lookin great & damn nice carrot haul.
those cacti are cool as fuck, get em local or online? need me a penis plant

 No.2321

>>2315
my dad wouldnt kill animals especially birds. i tried the shotgun one year tho because animals can eat shit but it only scared them away for like an hour. idk if it was some weird periodic bird happening kinda like how cicadas show up en masse every so often or what because it didnt happen every year it was more like every three.
i miss that property but fuck those goddamn birds their shit was EVERYWHERE

 No.2322

>>2317
>local or online
The ones i bought were bought local san pedro, penis cacti,etc, the others I found out on job sites. barrel cacti, horse crippler The Peyote were given to me. Updates on seeds tomorrow hopefully
>>2321
Their shit is p gud fertilizer, the rest of that sounds crazy tho. Thinking more about it idk if I'd shoot them, then I need to clean em up. Def scare em tho

 No.2324

>>2322
maybe gud fertilizer but that hardly matters when they picked all the plants clean and ruined them for the season in the process of shitting everywhere lmao
maybe it helped out in the years they werent there after their shit seeped into the ground idk he never had a problem growing things there at least

 No.2383

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It’s getting there, peppers aren’t colored yet, there are several variety flowering. Kinda surprised those brandywine are so small. They may have got cross pollinated with the cherries from last year :/ San Mariano going hard, looking forward to hearing up some and making homemade sauce.

 No.2384

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>>2383
damn nice. tomatoes are fuckhuge, legit jealous but gets me inspired to step it up

got my startup ratchet ass setup. season's tight here so they just went in. tried tomatoes early and they heemed even with waterwalls

going to experiment and see what works: kale, lettuce, brocc, cukes, tomatoes, spinach, peppers
stole idea from your pic of basil with tomatoes thanks for that. havent had a garden in years, forgot stuff like that

 No.2385

>>2384
Oh yeah that’s a nice setup! Depending on how hot it gets you should be good with everything you’re trying to grow. Generally greens, and stuff like broccoli, cabbage, etc like cooler weather. It gets murder hot here in the summer not uncommon to have weeks of 100+ consecutively I’ve grown kale, and chard through the summer here though. Just remember to water enough. Doesn’t have to be everyday one of my fav parts honestly, standing around smoking while I water around sunset nice routine

 No.2389

>>2385
good to hear about kale. not deep enough for seeds yet so i hit up a 50% off starts sale, my panties arent gonna twist about anything going sideways
ya fuckin hell man just ripped a heater and watered. bliss. i'd take a sunset pic but it would 100% dox me to the decimal lel

got any lesser known tips you've picked up over the years? just learned you're supposed to deep water and days off to encourage root growth and feel like a moron for not knowing that lel

 No.2390

>>2389
My only real suggestions are:
Experiment with different methods of watering, planting, everything to find out what works best for you.
And
Don’t be afraid or let it stop you if you fuck something up or if something dies, or looks like it might. Plants are vary vary, resilient and they are going to die at the end of the season anyways. Figure out what works for you and that’s the best bet to success.

 No.2391

>>2390
Add to that feed the plants. Get some good fish fertilizer, that’s all you need, worm castings don’t hurt. I prefer water soluble fertilizer, you mix it all in a bucket and pour at the roots. I wait a day if it’s not too hot at least a few hours though then water. Watering in the morning has yielded good results except for when it’s too hot you don’t want to burn the roots any time you transplant, do it after the heat of the day, sometime in the evening.

 No.2392

git gud n00b

 No.2393

>>2391
doing me a huge solid thanks gardenbro
mixed a years worth of compost in for those fuckers but never fully trusted it (short term anyway) so i'll hit up some fish fert & worm cast after topping off the soil. dosed em with bone meal and some organic fert for now, see what that yields

 No.2400

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peanut cac flowered

 No.2401

This year we have lotsa strawberries. Every day I eat a good handful for over a week now. And discard a good handful for fugging slugs eating 'em too. And they eat the largest and ripened ones. Sucks balls. Now running out of strawberries
But now the raspberry also started to get nice red color, so gonna have the freshest fruit for another week or so.

 No.2405

>>2401
i was gonna ask if you can just scatter a bit of salt around for the slugs but thats probably a retarded idea

 No.2408

>>2405
tbh a small plate or saucer with beer in it will attract slugs and pillbugs

 No.2452

>>2405
>>2408
diatomaceous earth
absolutely shreds the fuckers. its fossilized algae, but for them it might as well be crawling over broken glass
no chemicals, so it wont fuck ur gardens

 No.2457

how do i get the fucking cat or whatever the fuck this thing is to stop shitting in my yard

 No.2459

>>2457
>woo a fat latina into bridehood
>eat her tio's cooking at the wedding
>tequila worm con flan for deserto
>take bigger shit on top of it's turd

 No.2460

>>2457
Is it a cat or a what ever the fuck? Tbh putting cayenne pepper around could work. That deters some small mammals and dogs

 No.2461

>>2457
squirt gun full of hot pepper sauce

 No.2464

>>2460
i'm not sure, some of these shits are actually pretty large (in diameter), but they're pretty short. have a lot of hair in them, no fucking clue what this creature is but it gets in my yard even tho i have a 6ft fence around it

 No.2465

>>2464
sure there are no gaps in fence?

 No.2466

>>2464
>a lot of hair in them
Probably coyotes I’d try >>2461 or put a fence of some sort up, be it chicken wire, hog wire, etc

 No.2478

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First little harvest of peppers. I’ve had about 3x the amount of tomatoes so far. I’m assuming the cherrys and brandywine cross pollinated last year, pic related is really small for brandywine.

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>>2478
those things are monsters compared to what i'm used to, looking healthy

aunt told me our family secret for tomatoes was once they flower to let em droop before watering, gonna try that

muh kale and lettuce doing gud. already picked a grip of kale too
rest of lazy garden isnt worth posting yet they've been getting cooked and i'm yanking a bag full of morning glory out twice a week oops

 No.2480

>>2478
>>2478
nice peppers budy i lik yellow ones

 No.2481

>>2479
Damn dude those look amazing! I fought the caterpillars off mine long enough for the heat to pretty much fuck ‘em the rest of the way up ;_;
Getting ready to rearrange some stuff out there in another week or two

 No.2482

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>>2481
shit, gone but not forgotten 🫡 they cooked for good, and how do you know when to give up?
heat fugging my basil up but one of my pepp bolted after some weird rain storms. i gotta ape your style again and get more moveable pots

 No.2484

>>2482
>they cooked for good and how do you know when to give up?
Not for good, they are just hurting. If I was growing for a farm/commercially, I’d yoink them up now. IMO it’s time to give up when ever you think it’s time to give up not worth the effort, or resources I like to see those long shots pay out so I do my best to keep everything alive as possible.
>basil
Is temperamental for a herb. It does like sun, dat heat plus sun will fuck it up p gud.
>peppers
In my experience the sun/heat won’t do much to hurt them unless you aren’t watering them once a day in excessive aka 100+ degree temps you’re better off not watering them everyday unless you’re hitting 100+ degrees

 No.2506

>>2405
We use beer trap and egg shells to protect tomatoes.
Salt might not be a good idea for the soil.
I heard ashes are good. Problem is can't really produce enough ash just by doing some outside cooking, and burning garden waste is prohibited.

 No.2507

>>2484
how's your crops budy? we out here setting record highs and half my shits ez baked

 No.2509

>>2506
>burning garden waste is prohibited
h'why?

 No.2511

>>2506
>ash from outside cooking
If you’re cooking with charcoal briquettes I wouldn’t use the ash because of contaminates in the briquette. Also unless you’re lighting it with just paper it’s not a good idea to use the ashes because of residual matter left from starting fluid. also yolo so w/e
>>2507
>how’s crops?
Not going bad, getting some burned leaves on the tomatoes. Still producing nicely. Only just hitting the hunnids in the past couple weeks. Compared to last year it’s been a walk in the park keeping stuff alive.

 No.2522

>>2509
CO2 emission and carbon footprint doncha know???
Because state wants it. Have to be bagged and/or put it into bins, then the garbage company takes it away. It is used in composting yards and biomass power plants (so they burn it instead).

>>2511
>charcoal briquettes
No. Open fire with wood.
>starting fluid.
Who uses that even?

 No.2523

>>2522
>Who uses that even?
amateurs



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