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Post  OhioGardener 3/21/2020, 6:49 pm

I'm glad I stocked up on coarse Vermiculite from A.M. Leonard when they had it on sale with free shipping.  They are out of stock now.

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Post  countrynaturals 3/21/2020, 6:50 pm

Sugar Snap Peas and de Jour 18 radishes. I planted them in used Jiffy Pellets in the MBR without heat. I know they'll take longer, but I need my heating pads for summer stuff.
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Post  countrynaturals 3/21/2020, 8:11 pm

@countrynaturals wrote:Sugar Snap Peas and de Jour 18 radishes. I planted them in used Jiffy Pellets in the MBR without heat. I know they'll take longer, but I need my heating pads for summer stuff.
Also planted melons, cukes, toms, squash, in lg Jiffy Pellets, on heat in the plant room. March: What to plant in Northern California and Central Valley areas - Page 3 1787710427
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Post  sanderson 3/24/2020, 4:47 am

I planted sprouted red potato sections in 2 5-gallon buckets. I will wrap the buckets in aluminum foil when it gets to warm and sunny, and add straw mulch to the top.

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Post  Kay Burton 3/24/2020, 6:52 am

@sanderson wrote:I planted sprouted red potato sections in 2 5-gallon buckets.  I will wrap the buckets in aluminum foil when it gets to warm and sunny, and add straw mulch to the top.
You can plant a big variety of different plants f.e. Set out seedlings of broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, and spinach. Plant seeds of beets, carrots, leeks, onions, peas, radishes, and turnips.More specifically, crops grown in the Valley include rice, almonds, walnuts, plums, peaches, tomatoes, wheat, olives, corn, alfalfa, pears, sunflowers, grapes, kiwifruit, and hay.
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Post  countrynaturals 3/24/2020, 11:27 am

@Kay Burton wrote:
@sanderson wrote:I planted sprouted red potato sections in 2 5-gallon buckets.  I will wrap the buckets in aluminum foil when it gets to warm and sunny, and add straw mulch to the top.
You can plant a big variety of different plants f.e. Set out seedlings of broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, and spinach. Plant seeds of beets, carrots, leeks, onions, peas, radishes, and turnips.More specifically, crops grown in the Valley include rice, almonds, walnuts, plums, peaches, tomatoes, wheat, olives, corn, alfalfa, pears, sunflowers, grapes, kiwifruit, and hay.
Except for our brutally hot summers, is your climate much like ours, Kay? What zone are you in?
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Post  countrynaturals 5/3/2020, 3:39 pm

Just finished my final seed-planting until fall. Some of these are too late, but failed the first time, so I'm trying again, anyway. Nothing to lose. idk

Here's what I planted:

onions
peppers
flowers
beans
peas
melons
gourds
kale
dill
cucumbers
artichokes
turnips
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Post  countrynaturals 5/3/2020, 5:15 pm

@countrynaturals wrote:Just finished my final seed-planting until fall. Some of these are too late, but failed the first time, so I'm trying again, anyway. Nothing to lose. idk

Here's what I planted:

onions
peppers
flowers
beans
peas
melons
gourds
kale
dill
cucumbers
artichokes
turnips
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Oops! This is May, not March! Sorry about that. Embarassed
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