What's going on in your garden this y...
FTW

Livonia, NY

#111 May 12, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
I decided to attempt to put my tomato plants in this weekend. I purchased 12 of the Fourth of July ones. They are so sweet that I donMt want to put in any other variety. I may put in a couple eggplants too. But I think there will be no further threat of frost. Hope I'm right!
Hope you held off!!

Steel City Steelers

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#115 May 12, 2013
FTW wrote:
<quoted text>Hope you held off!!
I did hold off! Phew! I wouldve lost all of them!
FTW

Livonia, NY

#116 May 12, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>I did hold off! Phew! I wouldve lost all of them!
I wound up tenting my lettuce,radishes,and peas.

Steel City Steelers

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#117 May 12, 2013
FTW wrote:
<quoted text>I wound up tenting my lettuce,radishes,and peas.
Good idea! Hopefully they'll be okay. I wanted to see a band at The Lilac Fest but it was too damn brutal out there.
FTW

Livonia, NY

#118 May 13, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>Good idea! Hopefully they'll be okay. I wanted to see a band at The Lilac Fest but it was too damn brutal out there.
I hope it is decent out Wednesday.Marshall Tucker Band!
Shakia

United States

#119 May 13, 2013
I'm planting poon tang. They smell good.

Steel City Steelers

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#120 May 13, 2013
FTW wrote:
<quoted text>I hope it is decent out Wednesday.Marshall Tucker Band!
It's supposed to be back to 70.
FTW

Livonia, NY

#121 May 13, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>It's supposed to be back to 70.
Did you hear that in a love song?
FTW

Livonia, NY

#122 May 13, 2013
Got a log inoculated with portabello mushroom spores. I can just throw it on the ground or on a wood pile and let it spread. Never grown mushrooms before but I'm pretty stoked to see how it goes. The by-product from the wood breakdown is supposedly really good for the soil in the garden too.

Steel City Steelers

Since: Jun 12

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#123 May 13, 2013
FTW wrote:
<quoted text>Did you hear that in a love song?
Keeping fingers crossed. ;)

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#124 May 13, 2013
FTW wrote:
<quoted text>You can still use them on nuisense animals that do not have a hunting season.
Are you sure? That would be fun to use a crossbow on woodchucks. I might try an atlatl too.
FTW

Livonia, NY

#125 May 13, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>Keeping fingers crossed. ;)
I will be red nosed and sneezing a fit as I'm allergic as all hell to lilacs but it is a great band so eff it.
FTW

Livonia, NY

#126 May 13, 2013
Naughtyrobot wrote:
<quoted text>Are you sure? That would be fun to use a crossbow on woodchucks. I might try an atlatl too.
Pretty sure.You can use them on porcupines and feral hogs as long as you have a small game license.Plus who the hell cares as long as it's on your own property and there are no game wardens or PETA nuts to see you.Pop the bastard and bury him for compost.

Steel City Steelers

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#127 May 13, 2013
FTW wrote:
<quoted text>I will be red nosed and sneezing a fit as I'm allergic as all hell to lilacs but it is a great band so eff it.
Allegra works wonders. It's pricey, but definitely worth it.
FTW

Livonia, NY

#128 May 13, 2013
FTW wrote:
<quoted text>I wound up tenting my lettuce,radishes,and peas.
They will be fine they are in raised manure hot boxes.
FTW

Livonia, NY

#129 May 13, 2013
Steel City Steelers wrote:
<quoted text>Allegra works wonders. It's pricey, but definitely worth it.
AHHH.I'll just drink till my nose would be red and runny anyways.

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#130 May 13, 2013
FTW wrote:
<quoted text>Pretty sure.You can use them on porcupines and feral hogs as long as you have a small game license.Plus who the hell cares as long as it's on your own property and there are no game wardens or PETA nuts to see you.Pop the bastard and bury him for compost.
FERAL HOGS:
trap 'em and cut their nads off. let 'em fatten up all summer and butcher in the fall. pork fat rules.
PORCUPINES:
broadheads. slow roasted. delicious in the smoker.
FTW

Livonia, NY

#131 May 13, 2013
If anyone is interested the fiddleheads are here!!!

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#132 May 14, 2013
Wild leeks too!

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Stop sweating the small stuff.

#133 May 14, 2013
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