Monthly Archives: August 2010
http://www.durgan.org/URL/?XIRFU 3 August 2010 Cauliflower ( Snow King) The cauliflower is later than usual in my garden, since a rabbit ate the top of the seedlings, and they had to be replanted from seedlings. Usually the heads have to produce … Continue reading
http://www.durgan.org/URL/?LOKPV 3 august 2010 Okra, (Clemson Spineless) This is the first year that Okra has been successfully grown. The last two years the plants simply didn’t produce, but this Summer has been warmer and more sunny than usual.The seeds were … Continue reading
http://www.durgan.org/URL/?MLUUR 24 July 2010 Phlox Plant There is one Phlox plant in the garden. It is a perennial, and is quite attractive. There was once a white phlox, but it never really thrived, and did not grow this year. The … Continue reading
http://www.durgan.org/URL/?OIAAY 24 July 2010 Cucumber damage Powdery mildew fungus. This fungus has damaged my cucumbers, and acorn squash plants. Some years it does not appear. This year there has been more moisture than usual. Generally I do nothing to control, … Continue reading
http://www.durgan.org/URL/?EVJZG 1 August 2010 Harvest today. A few vegetables were picked and dug to take to a friend, whom I was going to visit later in the day. An appropriate amount of what was available was selected.