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dug a few potatos last night, having a pretty good crop of them, corn did really well, okera did really well, melons grew really well but had a yucky taste, cucumbers everywhere but the vines died out fairly quick, tomatos did good, can not find the onions for the weeds.

I have four peach trees that I need to get into the ground.

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Dug sweet potatos today, pulled up old tomoto & pepper plants and spread a truck load of compost. Also planted 48 collard plants. Fri I've got to get 1 more load of compost spread.
 

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Still picking the remnants of broccoli and letting the remaining side-shoots go to flower for the bees. Got a 1/2 pint or so of raspberries yesterday. Habanero peppers are late and I'm hoping they will have time to finish up. Chard is still viable, and I have carrots out the wazoo.

Tomatoes, squash, and beans are pretty much compost. Winter squash was a total bust this year, so I will have to *shudder* buy some if I want any.
 
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