Garden planted early this year

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mmayo

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Usually we have to wait until June 1st, but the forecast is sunny for the next 14 days and warm.

Zucchini
Beans
Italian yellow squash
Cilantro, Italian parsley and curly parsley
Lettuce - many kinds
Roma tomatoes
Cherry tomatoes

A new flip top potting structure with water to start pots in a protected environment

All controlled by automatic timers.

Yes, 3D plant markers too…
 

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montmill

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Wow, what a garden set up. You've spent a good deal of time putting that together. What kind of critters are you keeping away? White tail deer are about the only thing other than insects that can get at our raised beds.
 

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Great setup! We have a fenced in area, about 40'x90' that was used for a dog pen. Our dog runs loose out here. Wife wants to do a garden in there but neither one of us has green thumbs. Lol
 

mmayo

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Wow, what a garden set up. You've spent a good deal of time putting that together. What kind of critters are you keeping away? White tail deer are about the only thing other than insects that can get at our raised beds.
Deer, elk, squirrels, gophers, skunks and raccoons plus moths. Curiously we did not get tomato worms due to the 1/4" hardware mesh. What a relief.
 

egnald

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I'm so jealous. I've been watching the ground every day for the last week waiting for some pole beans and cucumbers to push their way through. I need to get my chicken wire around them though -- we have wabbits and they just seem to love fresh sprouts. Fantastic looking garden. - Dave
 
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