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    Thread: What to grow this year

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      What to grow this year

      I have had success with the following:
      Chiles
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      Cucumbers

      What should I attempt to produce this year?
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      Squash, green beans, okra? Those are all staples in my garden.

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      I know last year you said Chiles, and I said what type, no reply, so I want to ask again what type.
      I do a fair amount of gardening and have for many many years, I love gardening.
      Try some corn or melons, potatoes, onions, lettuce, squash, bean peas, peanuts, carrots, cabbage broccoli, these are a small portion of what we do every year. Grow what you like and preserve what you can.
      It is good and healthy.

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      Quote Originally Posted by pan60 View Post
      I know last year you said Chiles, and I said what type, no reply, so I want to ask again what type.
      I do a fair amount of gardening and have for many many years, I love gardening.
      Try some corn or melons, potatoes, onions, lettuce, squash, bean peas, peanuts, carrots, cabbage broccoli, these are a small portion of what we do every year. Grow what you like and preserve what you can.
      It is good and healthy.
      Jalapeño, cerrano

      I think I will try growing as many of the listed as possible.
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      I am going to attempt growing strawberries and possibly watermelon this year. I will also try to grow carnivorous plants to deal with the pest insect population. It is not easy watering plants when you have a swarm of bees after you.
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      UHHmm...spider plants of course!

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      It was decided yesterday that i will be growing geeen beans as well.
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      Green beans are very easy to grow, and super yummy!

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      We grew a spinach in our garden last year that was the best I ever had. Had a spear-head leaf, so it looked different. but it was DELICIOUS!

      I am also looking forward to our raspberry bushing growing and producing this year (planted them last summer).

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      Toss the male in, take him out of the water dish in bolus form the next day.

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