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You are viewing a single post made by ArleneB in the thread called #8 Piggy Swap and Friends Chat The seeds germinate.
|Just pull fast and it's not as painful!
I have a hard time not potting up every volunteer that ever sprouted. Right now I have at least 2 million celosia babies. Last year I has almost a full 50' row and because of all the rain they got to be way over 5' tall. I never got a chance to collect any seeds but figured I'd have some volunteers. Boy, do I! I want to pot some up in paper cups and sell at market for $1 just haven't had time to pot them up. I have a flat of them dug though.
I have no idea what you can spray for the mildew and mites though. I think I have a recipe for bug spray with Murphy's but I haven't used it. I'm trying a new one with ground garlic, ground sage and ground hot peppers. I have a lot of problems with squash bug and bean beetles. My first beans are great but then the invasion starts. And I haven't been able to raise a decent squash for a couple of years, and then only the huge Dickensons, a pie squash.
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