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Discussion in 'Gardening On Your Homestead' started by sumi, Aug 19, 2018.

  1. Aug 19, 2018
    sumi

    sumi Sustainability Master Administrator

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    First the zucchini, now the dwarf sunflowers :) Curiously, these plants are growing in one small section of my garden. Everything everywhere else is growing like normal.

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    Mini Horses

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    Odd? Well, very pretty!

    Anything else planted in that section?
     
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    sumi

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    Tomatoes and peppers. The tomatoes are doing great, but the peppers didn't want to grow. The one I planted in-between the corn is doing great though.
     
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    Interesting....!
     
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    Britesea

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    wonder if there's something in the soil?
     
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    Chic Rustler

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    Like radioactive?
     
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    milkmansdaughter

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    Maybe it's over an old burn pile? Tomatoes like ash. :hu
     
  8. Aug 26, 2018
    sumi

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    My neighbours used to burn their rubbish in the back here, but further into the back, close to the centre, where I have the lawn now. I didn't see anything when I cleared this patch for veggies.. Except bones lol Goodness, we found enough of those around the back to start a small cemetery. My landlord said he knows nothing about it or where it came from.
     
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    CrealCritter

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    I seen plants like that on the internet that were around Fukushima after the triple meltdown.
     

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