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snagfinder last won the day on April 29 2020

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  1. Do you freeze the horseradish? Every year we make a bunch around Halloween eat a lot right away and the rest sits in the fridge to die. Just noticed yesterday i have like 11 jars yet. It looks and smells fine but dont know if its good.
  2. Horseradish mixed with ketchup or bbq sauce is awesome for fries
  3. Sweetcorn did excellent givien the hot/dry weather. Pumpkin plants look awesome but dont see much for pumpkins. Dont really wanna get in and look so hopefully i just dont see them. Zucchini ran wild i cant even give them away anymore. Had a few good looking watermelons but i left the garden door open and judging by the looks of the teeth marks bunnies like watermelon rind. Dont think they ruined them but aint looking so pretty anymore.
  4. Made 14 quarts of spaghetti sauce yesterday. Habaneros seem do to doing stellar but the rest of my peppers are a little lack luster.
  5. My dad checked the gauge by sweetcorn path he said 1.1 inches. Thinking that will make a huge difference for the stuff that should be ready in 6 days or so.
  6. I wanted to get 10 packs of hotdogs last friday but they only had 2. Got stuck with smoked brats and cheddar polish but they were delicious.
  7. A little rain would go along way but looking surprisingly good. A few more days should about do it.
  8. I would think in the next 10 days or so there will be sweetcorn stands all over. If their corn survived the drought.
  9. That probably means it isnt going t fix my issue if you use it and have the same problems. I dont have the wilt issue (at least with the tomatos) but like i said mine just start dryig up from the bottom up
  10. Sucks they grow so nice and look great and then it seems like right when they are full of tomatoes it happens. I was thinking maybe at that stage they must need something my soil is lacking. People talk about epsom salt I tried it around two plants on Wednesday and watered it in guess i will see what happens but will be hard to judge since the problem had already started.
  11. If you dont like the big jungley plants buy varieties that are determinant. Mine are starting to die off from the bottom up like they do every year about now. Wish i could figure out why.
  12. Corn should be ready in a few weeks. Im sure the coons are waiting just like me.
  13. I wish Rucks was big enough for a fish dept.
  14. Its gotta life cycle its gonna tassle after so many days small or not. I have some tasseling now some is chest high some is knee high. Alot of sweet corn only gets 5-6 feet tall and when the tassels shoot out that adds a foot or so pretty quick. Dont know if the short stuff will produce or not. Dad says it will just be easier for the coons to get it
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