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21 October 2017 Marijuana Seeds

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/21%20October%202017%20Marijuna%20Seeds/HTML/ 21 October 2017 Marijuana Seeds One marijuana plant produces many viable seeds. Sellers on the Internet are asking around $10.00 per seed. Store in the refrigerator in a sealed container after drying. Check viability by placing between two layers … Continue reading

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20 October 2017 Parsnip

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/20%20October%202017%20Parsnip/HTML/ 20 October 2017 Parsnip There are a few parsnips remaining in the garden and one, 2.2 pounds, was prepared for supper. Parsnips cook quickly, by steaming for about 20 minutes. There were garnished with brown sugar and soy sauce. … Continue reading

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19 October 2017 Planting Main Crop of Garlic

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/19%20October2017%20%20Planing%20Main%20Crop%20of%20Garlic/HTML/ 19 October2017 Planting Main Crop of Garlic The main crop of garlic was planted using bulbils, rounds matured. This allows the total main crop to be utilized for market. A total of 140 cloves were planted. Time to plant … Continue reading

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18 October 2017 Planting Garlic Rounds

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/18%20October%202017%20Planting%20Garlic%20Rounds/HTML/ 18 October 2017 Planting Garlic Rounds Forty garlic Rounds were planted, only about 25 are needed. Spacing is about 4 inches, depth is about 1 inch. A row and a half was used. These will produce a bulb with … Continue reading

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18 October 2017 Bulbils Planted

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/18%20October%202017%20Bulbils%20Planted/HTML/ 18 October 2017 Bulbils Planted Garlic bulbils (30) were planted. These bulbils will grow into a single bulb called a Round, which will be harvested in July of 2018. The Round will be planted in October of 2018 and … Continue reading

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17 October 2017 Pawpaw – Asimina triloba

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/17%20October%202017%20Pawpaw%20-%20Asimina%20triloba/HTML/ 17 October 2017 Pawpaw – Asimina triloba The pawpaw fruit is beginning to ripen. It falls off the tree when ripe. Snails damage them if left on the ground. The fruit is custard like. So far there have been … Continue reading

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17 October 2017 Jim

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/17%20October%202017%20Jim/HTML/ 17 October 2017 Jim Official Portrait. Showing off my new Walmart braces.

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13 October 2017 Seedling Soil

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/13%20October%202017%20Seedling%20Soil/HTML/ 13 October 2017 Seedling Soil Seedling soil was made for the 2017/2018 growing season. About 400 liters is required. Ingredients are 50 liters of mason sand,(washed), 50 liters of commercial compost,50 liters of reconstituted coco coir, mixed on a … Continue reading

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8 October 2017 Straining Method

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/8%20October%202017%20Straining%20Method/HTML/ 8 October 2017 Straining Method Two methods are generally used to strain food that has been juiced. The first is a food mill very common and a two mm mesh screen is used. If the residue is liquidity then … Continue reading

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8 October 2017 Blondee Apples (Juicing)

http://durgan.org/2017/October%202017/8%20October%202017%20Blondee%20Apples./HTML/ 8 October 2017 Blondee Apples Twenty pounds, 1/2 bushel, of Blondee Apples were processed into ~16 liter jars of pressure canned juice at 15 PSI for 15 minutes for long term storage at room temperature. Pictures depict the process … Continue reading

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