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Thanks, I had to do CPR on the seedlings. I used some bad soil, they were fine and all of a sudden every seedling started yellowing so I transplanted all and fed hydro juice. They're coming back but it slowed them down by at least a week.

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It’s looking like I need to either transplant deeper in cups or go ahead and put in the bucket they going to stay in. I’m afraid they going to start breaking if I don’t do something. What do y’all think? 
 

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Making a decent recovery from the rodents buffet.

Some of the tomatoes are looking a little worse for wear after the spoiled dog thought it'd be a good idea to drag the tray out to help me but they'll be okay 🤣

Middle bulbs went out on one set of lights. Will fix that today, the fan will beef those leggy plants right back up.

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4 hours ago, ol hippie said:

It’s looking like I need to either transplant deeper in cups or go ahead and put in the bucket they going to stay in. I’m afraid they going to start breaking if I don’t do something. What do y’all think? 
 

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Are you still keeping those inside? If so start hardening them off and leave them outside to get some cooler weather to slow down that leggy growth. If you're gonna grow these in containers I would transplant deep and let grow.

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On 3/13/2020 at 3:41 PM, Rajun Gardener said:

I'm so late this year but I gotta keep going.  I even started some okra seed today! Too Early?

 

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5 days later and  they're loving the heat.

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Looks like all is turning out very well Rajun !

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That’s what I did this afternoon. Had enough potting mix for 4 buckets and 1 larger container. Transplanted 1 per bucket and put rest in the big container til I get more potting mix. Did plant them pretty deep. I’ve been leaving them out all day this last week and bringing them in at night. 

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Keep up the great honourable Gardening traditions & feed you & yours through  the tribulations to come , P/S does anyone know where to get some cheep reusable date loaf<LOL>pete

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13 hours ago, ol hippie said:

That’s what I did this afternoon. Had enough potting mix for 4 buckets and 1 larger container. Transplanted 1 per bucket and put rest in the big container til I get more potting mix. Did plant them pretty deep. I’ve been leaving them out all day this last week and bringing them in at night. 

I would leave them out all night unless the temp drops below 50, that will make them grow a thicker, stockier stalk. It's called "cold treatment" and it works great to slow down the growth of seedlings and make a stocky plant. It might be too late this year but I would still leave them outside. My plants are in an unheated greenhouse and you can see the growth in 5 days from sleeping outside.

Scroll down the page a little and you'll see it. http://www.kdcomm.net/~tomato/Tomato/start.html

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They’re outside for good now. Still a little worried about having another frost or two. 

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1 hour ago, ol hippie said:

They’re outside for good now. Still a little worried about having another frost or two. 

If you think there might be a frost, throw an old sheet over them.

I pick them up at Salvation Army or Goodwill for cheap. They make great and sometimes colorful row cover.

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Disclaimer: All photographs uploaded here were taken for my own use. You do not see any weeds. It is your imagination.

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A couple more pictures.  1015 and creole onions starting to bulb.  Strawberries are really coming on. 

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I added 14 new rows to the  6 (200') rows of Corn that looks great, peas, snap beans, Lima and Peanuts, left one row for Okra, I make the rows then have a homemade tool that packs the row flat, easy to plant then and give a good amount of dirt to start building up around the plants, hope we get enough sun shine for them to grow ?

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garden is off to a good start this year

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Stuck at home and running out of things to do, so here are a few more pics. 

First tomatoes, chives, squirrel, lady bug?, pineapple guava bloom, Thai chilies

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Am really liking the way these hydroponic peppers are looking and growing.

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Ya'll make me sick with these pictures,dammit!!!!!!!I can' even get all of my garden broke up and I am having to MOW it so that when< maybe, it gets dry enough so I can till it up. Its nuts. I couldn't plant onions,greens, radishes, lettuce because of the rain

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