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Post  has55 4/23/2021, 6:03 pm

I found Kincaid plant Markers a great accessories for identifying plants.

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Post  has55 5/27/2021, 2:26 am

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Post  markqz 5/27/2021, 12:37 pm

Your mustards are beautiful! Not a single bite mark! Do you spray or anything?

How are the labels on your plants doing? When I've  tried Brother labels, they faded within a month or two. Of course, I've got the cheapest version possible Rolling Eyes

I like how tall the Kincaid markers are. They remind me of something you'd see at a botanical garden. I'd like something that tall but with a clip at the top for putting a longer note. I want the note to compensate for my failing memory Sad

Here's what I've been doing with 8" holders, using a grease pen on plastic insert.

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Post  has55 5/28/2021, 1:07 pm

@markqz wrote:Your mustards are beautiful! Not a single bite mark! Do you spray or anything?
today I will spray BT because I saw some cabbage looper poop on a green under the greenhouse shade cloth, but not on the unshaded greens outside of the greenhouse.

How are the labels on your plants doing? When I've  tried Brother labels, they faded within a month or two. Of course, I've got the cheapest version possible Rolling Eyes

the owner said they will last several years. they look the same as day will put them on which hasn't been long. this is the first years. time will tell.

I like how tall the Kincaid markers are. They remind me of something you'd see at a botanical garden. I'd like something that tall but with a clip at the top for putting a longer note. I want the note to compensate for my failing memory Sad

Here's what I've been doing with 8" holders, using a grease pen on plastic insert.

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I like your idea.
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Post  has55 5/28/2021, 6:27 pm

i sprayed with garrent juice twice. I saw two harlequin bug today which means the mustard are coming to the end of the season. The other greens are starting to bolt so this may be the end. The greens are in pretty good shape. we're having rain not heat.
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