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Post  has55 on 3/12/2019, 10:49 am

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Post  countrynaturals on 3/12/2019, 11:31 am

WOW! Thanks, Has. I love you I wasn't going to grow celery again this year, but now maybe I'll give it another shot.

What about that "Ever-Green" stuff for aphids. Have you ever tried it? Must be safe if she's organic and puts it right on the edible part of a plant?
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Post  Scorpio Rising on 3/12/2019, 6:31 pm

@countrynaturals wrote:WOW! Thanks, Has. I love you  I wasn't going to grow celery again this year, but now maybe I'll give it another shot.

What about that "Ever-Green" stuff for aphids. Have you ever tried it? Must be safe if she's organic and puts it right on the edible part of a plant?
I have never heard of this Ever-Green either...more to come?  I am not motivated to grow celery, mostly because of my short growing season.
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Post  has55 on 3/13/2019, 8:40 am

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What about that "Ever-Green" stuff for aphids. Have you ever tried it? Must be safe if she's organic and puts it right on the edible part of a plant?
have not tried it. I usually use a little olive oil with few drops of dr. Bonners to get it to emulsify or something similar. Let me know if you try it.
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Post  OhioGardener on 3/13/2019, 8:51 am

Evergreen is Pyrethrum Concentrate, which is OMRI certified for organic gardening use. But, it is a non-selective pesticide and will kill beneficial insects as well as the targeted ones.

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Post  countrynaturals on 3/13/2019, 10:03 am

@OhioGardener wrote:Evergreen is Pyrethrum Concentrate, which is OMRI certified for organic gardening use. But, it is a non-selective pesticide and will kill beneficial insects as well as the targeted ones.

YIKES! Not a chance. I hate aphids, but not as much as I love my ladybugs and butterflies. Shocked
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Post  has55 on 3/13/2019, 9:28 pm

@countrynaturals wrote:WOW! Thanks, Has. I love you  I wasn't going to grow celery again this year, but now maybe I'll give it another shot.

I was going to try the other method from this thread since I juice a lot of celery.
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Post  Scorpio Rising on 1/11/2020, 11:22 am

I am intrigued by this, has anyone grown it, especially with a summer growing season (pretty short).
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Post  Dan in Ct on 1/11/2020, 4:40 pm

Scorpio Rising, I grow celery and swear by the flavor. I grow Utah Tall or Tall Utah depending on which company I get seeds. I grow it all gardening season long and it produces quite well. I start it February and transplant some in May and some of it I tucked in between peppers and tomatoes that I transplanted after harvesting the garlic at the beginning of July and still get good production up until the first frost. I don't know if you know the real taste of celery until you grow your own. Similar to lettuce best eaten in the first 24 hours.
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Post  Scorpio Rising on 1/12/2020, 9:52 am

@Dan in Ct wrote:Scorpio Rising, I grow celery and swear by the flavor. I grow Utah Tall or Tall Utah depending on which company I get seeds. I grow it all gardening season long and it produces quite well. I start it February and transplant some in May and some of it I tucked in between peppers and tomatoes that I transplanted after harvesting the garlic at the beginning of July and still get good production up until the first frost. I don't know if you know the real taste of celery until you grow your own. Similar to lettuce best eaten in the first 24 hours.
Thanks for the info, Dan!  I think I’m going to give it a try this year.  I did see that it liked some shade, so that’s good.  I have some space on the north side of trellised beans/cukes.  Is it a heavy feeder?
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Post  Dan in Ct on 1/13/2020, 12:32 pm

Scorpio Rising, most vegetables if not all prefer a fertile, moist well draining soil. It is only when they start producing that their feeding habits change. Celery are slow growers and if I side dress at all it is when I start harvesting. By then plants are good size. I side dress with Espoma Gardentone and only a level table spoon around the plant. Plus I mulch with leaves and have no way of knowing the amount of nutrients they supply during a long growing season. So that is the long answer to your query; is celery a heavy feeder. The short answer is I don't think so but others have it down as a heavy feeder but you are starting off with very fertile soil. Watering and consistent moisture is more important for growth and flavor. Watch the stalks, green is good.
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Post  Scorpio Rising on 1/14/2020, 6:30 pm

I am so excited!  I have never tasted home grown celery...not yet, that is!
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