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  1. don't matter where you plant them inside a cage, they are going to try to grow outside of it. Are you in north,central or southern tejas
  2. MJ, we have had this Roper for a long,long time. I suspect that it was the motor giving out by what it did when it quit. I just bought a whirlpool topload. A friend of mine who just sold his hardware store sold whirlpool and fridgidare appliances said that a Speed Queen was far and away better than anything. I passed on one because it came with a $1299 price tag. All we need is something to get the skidmarks out. We have used Roper stuff for years, no frills, no trouble. My friend told me that even Roper is junk now. At our age, we ain't going to need clothes many more years so I chose to not
  3. I planted 7 rows of sweet corn, a little block of Incredible that made up 4 rows, and 3 rows of Bodacious. They were not but 40-45 foot rows, but I'll plant more later on. My wife came down to inform me that we will need a new washing machine, so I loaded the old one on the pickup....by myself......and will try to find one in the morning. I made a few calls and checked online. I think we paid $299 for the one that tore up so you know that we have had it for a long time. I was shocked at the prices
  4. I have planted squash and plan to plant some corn today. Unless you are in northern Ga., I think you can go ahead witht he beans and squash. Kohlrabi should have already been planted. I love them things,too
  5. too old for this ****! I mowed the yard..................with a damned push mower. The yard was still too wet for a big mower so I didn't even call the the young man that mows it, I just fired up the Walmart Special and walked, and walked and walked some more. Then I burned a pile of stuff and set out squash. Then I was going to do some tilling but I butt was begging my heart for mercy, so I separated and transplanted tomato seedlings. I intend to do that tilling in the morning and get ready to plant Incredible and Bodacious sweet corn. I have to take my wife to the dentist tomorrow afternoon
  6. If you used a tiller or tractor to hill them, you probably damaged the leaves and caused them to look like that.....3x13 shouldn't burn them unless you put it out with a shovel. I have no idea what part of Texas you are in, but if you are in the southern part, you might want to check for leaf-footed beetles. Man, they can suck a plant dry in a very short period of time and dry up leaves like crazy
  7. oh yeah, I remember you, Doug, the guy that loved kittens!
  8. I have potatoes breaking ground so I hope it doesn't hurt them. Its supposed to get down to 31* tomorrow night, but these potatoes are close to the ground so maybe they'll hang tough and not get bit back
  9. Dirt Dabber Member 1034 563 posts Posted 4 hours ago Josh, I should have warned you about the guy that calls himself "buttbean"....He was abducted by aliens and was taken aboard a UFO where he underwent a brain transplant with a spider monkey, so be very careful about taking his posts seriously. If you ever meet him just try to understand that picking fleas and flinging crap are just part of the personality of a spider monkey, and if he climbs a tree jut igno
  10. water oaks budding big time here. I mean GREEN. I think we may be experiencing an early spring, until it comes a massive frost right after we have planted everything from squash to peas
  11. Josh, I should have warned you about the guy that calls himself "buttbean"....He was abducted by aliens and was taken aboard a UFO where he underwent a brain transplant with a spider monkey, so be very careful about taking his posts seriously. If you ever meet him just try to understand that picking fleas and flinging crap are just part of the personality of a spider monkey, and if he climbs a tree jut ignore him as best you can
  12. I hill mine when they are around a foot tall and that way I only have to do it once
  13. Hello Josh, and I assume that its short for Joshua as in" the walls come a' tumbling down" fame. We are in slow motion right now with all of the rain ,and dodging tornadoes does kinda' preoccupy us
  14. So far so good. Lots of stuff going on east of us and we still have some things to go through around 5 pm, but it appears the bad stuff is past us. It is the south, though, so one can never really be sure of these springtime storm predictions
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