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Masher

Member Since 11 Oct 2016
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 05:09 PM

#1554934 Best poop for peppers?

Posted by Masher on Yesterday, 05:09 PM

Worm poo

Rabbit poo

Llama poo

All three can be used from bung to soil

I have used rabbit and llama with great results.


I am working on getting worm this week and see how it performs.

Saw a nice video the other day from a pepper grower that had some excellent pod numbers with worm poo.


#1554317 2017 Grow Log - 200 plants, 30 varieties

Posted by Masher on 20 May 2018 - 09:30 AM

Not sure of the count still available if any but I would like to try one.

Very nice kitchen, that's one heck of a nice processing room you have.


#1554309 Pimenta De Neyde x Bonda Ma Jacques

Posted by Masher on 20 May 2018 - 08:25 AM

Here's mine.

Started indoors under T5's

Been outside 3 weeks now and placed in raised bed 5 days ago.

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#1553585 Growdown Throwdown 2018 Yellow Brain Strain!

Posted by Masher on 16 May 2018 - 07:47 PM

Wow some real stunners some of you have.


I fried the tops on one hardening off on unexpected high temps.and the other forked and growing verticle.

They went in dirt today.

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#1553299 YAMracer754 work in progress GLOG

Posted by Masher on 15 May 2018 - 03:39 PM

So.... Update! I got my landlord to use his bobcat with tooth bucket and finally scratch me out a spot in this slabrock ridden ground to put some plants in the ground as I already have a container castle and still have tons of plants that need in the ground, esp tomatoes!

What would be some basic amendments that will really boost production and base nutrition/overall health (keep in mind I can still and will fertilize with organic or chems) to make this soil better or should I just throw some compost and rake it in and run it? It's clay based but has a lot of composted roots and isn't straight clay like I've worked in before. Perhaps you would call it "clay loam" as there is bits of sand and when it's churned up its loose. It's about 15ft long and 5ft wide d70fdb33f2ae2231bfeffbdff1779a90.jpg3d53f3b77789c1e8b628ae007e1fc4ce.jpg378fdd38ff919ccebadc7f8fec3b2726.jpg

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Get a couple 1.5cu ft bags of soil amendment and some composted steer manure or similar.

Mix it in 4-6 inches deep and plant away.

Plants look great and robust, nice work.


#1552784 Wild Game or Fish

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 05:32 PM

Crappie and bluegill are great eating panfish!  
 
EDIT:  Do you guys skin walleye before frying?


I skin my walleye because I deep fry it. Never tried it with skin on and just pan fried.

Crappie, Bluegill, Perch all good eats at my table.

:cheers:


#1552781 Walchit's Glog 2018

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 05:22 PM

Plants look fantastic. Great work.

The morels... holy mother of fungi greatness. I am envious to say the least.

:cheers:


#1552714 DF 2018 Veg Grow log

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 10:33 AM

By cutting off the flower bulb it will put the energy into the planted bulb for bigger harvest.

I didn't plant any this season. Yours look great.


#1552711 Dragon49's 2018 Grow Log

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 10:20 AM

Nice.and healthy plants right there.

Happy growing :dance:


#1552709 The Soup Thread

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 10:17 AM

I love the flavor of chuck roast
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Tomato Soup
DOP Tomato can, Potato, fried Mayan onion, chile powder, Garlic, Basil, Honey , touch ACV.
The DOP tomato taste was not impressive for the price I paid so will stick to regular. Got one more can and will do a sauce with it.
 
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He'll ya those look the bomb guys!!

:cheers:


#1552708 DF 2018 Veg Grow log

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 10:12 AM

You are weeks away.

They will begin to send out a flower bud. Cut it off when it's still a solid bud about 6 inches tall.

Once the plants begin to yellow from green they are ready.

Pull, shake off excess soil and place somewhere cool and dry to harden off about 2-3 weeks.


Then gently brush off remaining soil and trim off tops to within 1 inch of bulb.


They are ready to use at this point.


#1552705 High drainage grow mix

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 10:02 AM

He'll ya!

:cheers:

Kinda hard to test water to soil ratio since the plants releases water through the leaves.

Add some perlite if it's to compact if needed and go for it.

I love the saucer plan. I will be doing the same on my container plants this yr as well for those hotter months and heavy watering periods.


#1552703 DF 2018 Veg Grow log

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 10:00 AM

Got my fence up today, 150'
 
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Maybe put a cage around the tree.


#1552702 DF 2018 Veg Grow log

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 09:58 AM

Frost last night, hope my Garlics survive.
 
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Garlic loves frost.

I planted mine last season in Oct. They grew about 10 inches then the frost and deep freeze set in late Dec for about 3 weeks.

Plants never looked better and I had a great harvest in late May early June.


#1552696 Is this calcium deficiency??

Posted by Masher on 12 May 2018 - 09:23 AM

Keep at it and post back if you get it figured out I would like to see the end results.

I would say yes those temps are blistering heat for a damaged plant already stressed out trying to recover.

Give them morning sun and move them into the shade for the bulk of the day.

Good luck and happy growing