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Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by barney, Feb 28, 2019.
They can drive by ,set in their cars ,and still buy
Look at this chit...
There’s a guy around here that’s been doing a drive up stand on the honor system for years. It’s a little shelter thing sitting on the side of the road- you drive by, see what’s being offered, and put the money in the box if you want any. He’s been doing it for years like that. So that might be an option for you.
Or Letterkenny it up. Set you up a stand and sit around it drinking beer all day after you finish chorin’.
That does sound good but I would not leave produce out . Someone who came by with the virus and coughs all over it then it could spread to the next customers. Who knows ?????
Onions doing well. I thinned the lettuce down after the pic. Got another bed as well.
+1 for the letterkenny reference. I lol'd
There was a guy down at Cumberland not far from Monticello that did that. Had some of the best tomatoes too! Just a scale and metal box.
Spring brassicas are looking pretty good other than my peas. Long as it doesn’t get too hot and dry I should have some real cabbages this year.
The peas that are growing look great. Dig around, and gently remove a couple of the dying and yellowing plants and check the roots, or lack thereof for root maggots. They can be bad during early dry spells.
Some tight clumps forming this morning. (No pun intended)
I think half of the holes in the cornstalk willow mixture bucket are going to fruit!
Welp, it looks like my early April garden planting didn't survive the cold snap--except for the leeks. Don't know if I'm going to spend another $10 to replace them, or just stick with what we started from seed that's not been planted yet.
I've had plans for these for about a week.
Barney, what is wrong with these? Furasium wilt?