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  • #31
    Don't you have to replant cilantro. Has a short life span or something.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Stan View Post
      Don't you have to replant cilantro. Has a short life span or something.
      You need to prune the leaves off of a lot of herbs to keep them growing. Cilantro may be one of those types.

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      • #33
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        • #34
          Originally posted by RhinoGuy View Post

          You need to prune the leaves off of a lot of herbs to keep them growing. Cilantro may be one of those types.
          Basil is definitely this way. I think you have to keep it from flowering too.

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          • #35
            Snowed here all last week. I wont be able to plant for another week or two. Very short growing season at 7,000 feet.

            My chickens and bees keep me busy in the meantime.

            Few things I've learned over the years:

            Never plant potatoes in the ground. They grow so much better in containers, and are sooooo much easier to plant/harvest in containers.

            Keep your tomatoes pruned, and don't let them become a burden on one another. Got to prune them early to shape them right. Keep the suckers pruned off of them for best results.

            If youre thinking about giving that nice piece of squash another few days... dont. Deer will eat it, or you'll forget to grab it, and it'll end up too big, and the deer will eat it. The deer will eat it.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by T&B
              Snowed here all last week. I wont be able to plant for another week or two. Very short growing season at 7,000 feet.

              My chickens and bees keep me busy in the meantime.

              Few things I've learned over the years:

              Never plant potatoes in the ground. They grow so much better in containers, and are sooooo much easier to plant/harvest in containers.

              Keep your tomatoes pruned, and don't let them become a burden on one another. Got to prune them early to shape them right. Keep the suckers pruned off of them for best results.

              If youre thinking about giving that nice piece of squash another few days... dont. Deer will eat it, or you'll forget to grab it, and it'll end up too big, and the deer will eat it. The deer will eat it.
              Your water boils at around 14 degrees less than boiling water at sea level.

              TTMTOTPIC

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              • #37
                Originally posted by RhinoGuy View Post

                Your water boils at around 14 degrees less than boiling water at sea level.

                TTMTOTPIC

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                Takes the poor guy longer to cook his pasta. Damn water won't stay liquid.

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                • #38
                  Definitely have to keep the basil and cilantro from flowering... we've done a good job of that.... just weird how the cilantro went from skyrocketing to bust so fast.

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                  • #39
                    CIlantro smells like dirty sox

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                    • #40
                      I love cilantro. But not too much, too much will ruin your salsa

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                      • #41
                        We are humming along now. Already pulled 7 maters off the first plant, and the second plant is starting to really produce.... 63 tomatoes between the two right now.

                        Bell peppers and banana peppers growing well too!

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                        • #42
                          Those aren't gardening hands. Have you even labored a day in your life, Pink?

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                          • #43
                            Good looking maters and peppers, Pink.

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                            • #44
                              Some fresh salsa and margaritas sure sounds good

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Stan View Post
                                Some fresh salsa and margaritas sure sounds good
                                Damn if it doesn't. Think I'll start off by cracking open a beer and work my way up.

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