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#41 makinbones69

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Posted 13 June 2020 - 06:25 PM

The buckets are eggplant cuz a fungus kept hitting my one that was in the ground. I got some good pics tho now I'll post. The rain and organic fertilizer I been using the last two weeks has helped me past that fungal bs. That and an early application of neem oil and copper treatment . It took me a min to get going with a busy semester end and in my haste to catch the season, I planted when it was a little too wet. We past it now tho I feel.
Is alot of pics but that's what's happening with my pandemic garden397f51eb7b27cbe8faad8fcecae31ffc.jpg78c411308007d3bf515bf50fb298d2f1.jpgbf15386b3aaf992fc3d162f8dc401457.jpgcdc541586c5a366b93104aaca9485699.jpg6f8ffdb94623d027d76e17f156f8387d.jpgabbee33badf0d84d67ffbbb5fce93474.jpg630df3a9ba3d8dee5fe31705ad44b89c.jpgf0e6f95df0001343b79a773f88be0184.jpg1e233a344c9543fd531873f773bc8d86.jpge6411f17a582132b8d06dddedc3a1533.jpga70b46efe9f79ad0fd2d99513b166201.jpg
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Posted 13 June 2020 - 06:26 PM

Half of my cukes is for pickling that is wsup
I know neem is for bugs the fungal and bugs was doing a double whammy. But their resistance built because of the nutrient application I feel and they are bouncing back. That fungus wrecked my tomatoes and now they seem like they may do something. The water cause more I know but it helped em grow past it

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Posted 02 July 2020 - 06:24 PM

My Nemesis the horn worm... Otherwise things are pretty smoothe. I wanna share my garden but not making a post about it so this is perfect lol.

I'm proud of it so far this year. Even some tomatoes I usually mess that up bad.

Hope you are all safe and well. Share plants with meeee!!1e029e2caf55e4b0f2c4fc1f233173fd.jpg354b8670f4a6e6c6f96635e0b0817fa2.jpga845674d652f0bddf550b80a5174add2.jpgbdc1f0fc5aaa9258c36a251b685942e0.jpg4ffd22b469459543e42497c3335342b3.jpgecdd55f38f7f457ca7aa783fa963d528.jpg62b61761faf0109516bf96f25e980db0.jpgc3e0c4917342f74230ef8f1404a78dca.jpg
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Posted 02 July 2020 - 08:49 PM

Your garden is looking really good makinbones!

 

Hornworms are the bane of all tomato growers. I can't estimate how many hours I have spent in years past, plucking, first thing in the morning when they are up toward the top of the plants.

 

Because I have it for budworm prevention on the cannabis part of my garden, I decided to try out the Thuricide BT on the hornworms as well. So far, I have not had any more of them after the first infestation tried to start about a month ago. I won't use insecticides on the plants I eat and this is not a poison. If the little caterpillars eat a leaf that was sprayed, they can't digest anymore and die.


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Posted 03 July 2020 - 12:48 PM

I have been searching for something to try that's organic. I will def be trying that thuricide or whatever. Thanks a bunch that's helpful.

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Posted 03 July 2020 - 08:02 PM

These are in my pandemic fields and clears right now. Those are does and young but the population is strong.08306ae0f034dae083db0e98875d9fec.jpg
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