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Post  jkahn2eb on 10/3/2011, 1:00 am

Temps have fallen from 107 to around 100.... and the garden knows it. Tomato plants are doubling in size almost over night.... Swiss chard leaves quadruple in size over night.... could be the weather.... could be Mel's Mix... could be my talking to the plants.... but as a good husband I'll go with me listening to my plants. cheers
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Post  duhh on 10/3/2011, 2:14 am

Woohoo for fall weather! Finally! I am glad your garden is doing so great!

I know what you mean about the plants seeming to double over night! I went out of town for the weekend and came back to lots of new plants! Lettuce an kolhrobi that I planted Wed night is already coming up. Peas I planted Last Sunday are already little plants almost!! I am so excited about the garden again.
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Post  AZDYJ2K on 10/9/2011, 6:37 pm

Yup! The recent cold front has revived a Sweet100 tomato plant + volunteers in the same pot. Glad to have the cooler weather. My fall garden is taking off (I'll have more on this later as I am conducting an experiment with various Mel's Mixes).
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