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Old September 10, 2018   #31
JRinPA
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I have been starting okra under lights but not until May. I have had some issues with damping off the last two seasons. I think my best bet is not to use any compost and just to sprout them and get them out under AG19 right away.

I picked again today and still have nice sized pods of clemson spineless but this might be it for a while with those cool nights. I expect the pods currently on will slow down and harden up at smaller size, and this round of flowers probably failed. Okra is kind of a hedge for me; if it is hotter than I like, at least we'll get okra.
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