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I know you Southern boy's start the harvest a little earlier than us Northern boy's. Just wanted to see how everybody's garden is doing?
Friday i'll pick the first wave of green beans, peas next week.
Here's a couple of pic's of ABT's in the making.



 

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brian j said:
[quote="Captain Morgan":2wfqov8b]Puff, stop watering the peppers. They look to juicy, which means mild.
really??? i've been watering mine every day. also, how big do you let them get before you pick them?[/quote:2wfqov8b]
What Brian said :eek: 8-[
 
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Puff said:
The Joker said:
Fence is in focus. :razz:
:) I knew that was coming :)
I need a new camera #-o
They did look good huh Joker?
Oh, they look fantastik! Nice and plump. Not sure how old your plants are but as Cappy said, limiting the water supply will make 'em hot!
 

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The Joker said:
Puff said:
[quote="The Joker":3p7ks9tf]Fence is in focus. :razz:
:) I knew that was coming :)
I need a new camera #-o
They did look good huh Joker?
Oh, they look fantastik! Nice and plump. Not sure how old your plants are but as Cappy said, limiting the water supply will make 'em hot![/quote:3p7ks9tf]
I didn't plant them as seeds, their probably a month and a half into it.
As far as the watering thing, I had no idea :eek:
How does that change the heat?? 8-[
 

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Big Mike said:
My Cayenne and Jalapeno peppers are doing real well. I am getting some tomatoes as well. My cucumbers and cantaloupe are just starting to bear.

I also have onions, broccoli, garlic, green peppers, banana peppers.


Mike
Now that sonds like a nice spread Mike.
Garlic? Never grew it or have seen it grown, fill me in 8-[
 
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Puff said:
The Joker said:
Puff said:
[quote="The Joker":eek:w829y69]Fence is in focus. :razz:
:) I knew that was coming :)
I need a new camera #-o
They did look good huh Joker?
Oh, they look fantastik! Nice and plump. Not sure how old your plants are but as Cappy said, limiting the water supply will make 'em hot!
I didn't plant them as seeds, their probably a month and a half into it.
As far as the watering thing, I had no idea :eek:
How does that change the heat?? 8-[[/quote:eek:w829y69]
Something about the plant thinks it's dying and concentrates everything into the seed production to reproduce its self. Seeds and veins are where the heat is. =P~
 

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The Joker said:
Puff said:
[quote="The Joker":2hjvuugd]
Puff said:
[quote="The Joker":2hjvuugd]Fence is in focus. :razz:
:) I knew that was coming :)
I need a new camera #-o
They did look good huh Joker?
Oh, they look fantastik! Nice and plump. Not sure how old your plants are but as Cappy said, limiting the water supply will make 'em hot!
I didn't plant them as seeds, their probably a month and a half into it.
As far as the watering thing, I had no idea :eek:
How does that change the heat?? 8-[[/quote:2hjvuugd]
Something about the plant thinks it's dying and concentrates everything into the seed production to reproduce its self. Seeds and veins are where the heat is. =P~[/quote:2hjvuugd]
I'll be damned :eek: I knew about the seed and vein thing, but not the water :eek:
Thats what I love about this board, always info to learn from :grin:
 
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Green Hornet said:
Love fresh peppers!
I have about 8 Pineapples in the backyard. They take about 2 years to produce any fruit though. :-(
Bananna's are the same way. How do you protect them during colder weather? We never tried but, none of our friends ever had any luck with them in the Orlando area.
 

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Big Mike said:
Puff said:
[quote="Big Mike":32mxz89s]My Cayenne and Jalapeno peppers are doing real well. I am getting some tomatoes as well. My cucumbers and cantaloupe are just starting to bear.

I also have onions, broccoli, garlic, green peppers, banana peppers.


Mike
Now that sonds like a nice spread Mike.
Garlic? Never grew it or have seen it grown, fill me in 8-[

This is the first time I have tried garlic so I'm not sure how it is gonna turn out yet. We planted them as little bulbs.



Mike[/quote:32mxz89s]
Let me know how they turn out , i'd like to try that 8-[
 

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Green Hornet said:
Love fresh peppers!
I have about 8 Pineapples in the backyard. They take about 2 years to produce any fruit though. :-(
That would be awesome to have Pineapples in my backyard! I don't think they would hold up to the Michigan winters :-(

2 yrs till you get to taste them GH?
 

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Green Hornet said:
Now you can go into business selling yer own pineapple pepper jelly..ooops that been done :)
Thanks for the link bud :grin:
I think Cappy invented that :(
 

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