mikus
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Fruits of My Labor!

here some pics from the garden...

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BrianSkilton
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mikus, looking good! Are those black sea men tomatoes?
Do you ever have trouble with the squash vine borer? Just curious, or is that a more midwest problem.
Why buy produce when you can grow it?
-Nick

kgall
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I am so Jealous! I can't wait until I can plant outside..Let alone have fruit!

Vine borers.Not a mid west thing. They are my nemesis!

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I think vine borers are just about everywhere.

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mikus
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Are those black sea men tomatoes?
is that even a real kind??? anyways, they are sweet 100s, i have never grown anything before and the idea that i could get a cluster of 100 tomatoes got me all excited so i had to try it out.
Do you ever have trouble with the squash vine borer?
unfortunately this is my first attempt at a garden, so first time with squash, so i don't know if i have a vine borer problem...havent seen too many bugs around the garden tho.

something is eating one of my corn stalks, just one, even tho there are a couple dozen more near by. don't see any bugs but soemthing is makign the holes

hope to update you guys with more pictures as things keep growing, and they are growing fast. i have had pole bean blossoms, pepper blossoms, cucumber blossoms, a sunflower developing, canteloupe blossoms, so hopefully it won't be long before i get more exciting news from the garden to share!!!!

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