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 Post subject: My tentative 2009 RBG
PostPosted: Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:27 pm 
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My tentative 2009 RBG planting and predicted yield. If MN cooperates I may exceed these numbers, if she does not then I may fall short. :wink: Regardless it will be enough for the year for two “grey beards”. :D MN will determine how much I have to give away. :roll:
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Vegetable Predicted Yield
Salad Greens ?????
Raven Squash (Zucchini) Many
Big Beef Tomatoes Indeterminate
Snow Crown Cauliflower 12 #
Black Beauty Eggplant 18-24 Fruits
Big Dipper 18-24 Fruits
Yellow Ebenezer Onions 80 2 ½”-3” Onions
Wakefield Cabbage 16# - 24#
Bonanza Broccoli 8# - 10#
Porto Rico Sweet Potato 36-48 Tubers
Purple Passion Asparagus 0, 1st Year
Potatoes 96# - 128#
Butterbush Squash 96# - 120#

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You're not getting eager are you? :wink: That will be a great garden if your weather behaves for you. it looks like you're enjoying planning it out on your computer. I'll look forward to seeing it take form next summer.


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Its in place now. Just waiting for spring. :roll:

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You've been busy.
Talked to my Mom in Greensburg, she said weather was bad, not by your pics.
One of the Steelers games showed some wet snow though.

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bogydave, for the last 22 days and the next 10 days we will have seen the sun 5 times only. :( :cry: :twisted:
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jbest123 wrote:
bogydave, for the last 22 days and the next 10 days we will have seen the sun 5 times only. :( :cry: :twisted:
John


That sounds like our typical winter, although this year we're seeing the sun a lot more.


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 Post subject: Re: My tentative 2009 RBG
PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 9:22 am 
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John,

what is your spacing between beds(paths)?

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 Post subject: Re: My tentative 2009 RBG
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Hi Ron, 18" just enough to git the wheelbarrow legs through.

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