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Old June 1, 2018   #1
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Default Muddy Bucket Farm - 2018 update

Here's a few pix's of some of my seedlings. Enjoy the eye candy.

BTW, the tray with a "Bonnie Plants" sticker is a re-use of a six-pack my brother gave me. I still don't buy products sold by that brand name.
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Beautiful, Ted! I imagine you are getting anxious to plant out.

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Looking good Ted! Who's the chartreuse seedling in the pic third from bottom?
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nice. really nice. what are those two really light green ones third photo up from the bottom? is that a normal color for that variety?
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Looks very good.
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Looks super healthy my friend. I have some of those Brandywine going that you sent me a couple of years back. We will see how they do against Sudduth's this year.
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Hi Ted!

I always enjoy hearing and seeing what you've been up to.
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Beautiful, Ted! I imagine you are getting anxious to plant out.

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Yes, but I'm shut down until it stops raining. Got 1.5 inches last night. I may have to put my "mud boots" on and have the hose ready to wash me off before I can come back in the house.
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Looking good Ted! Who's the chartreuse seedling in the pic third from bottom?
That's one I'm trying to confirm is stabilized. It's got great taste and high production. I can't release the name just yet.
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nice. really nice. what are those two really light green ones third photo up from the bottom? is that a normal color for that variety?
Yes, that is the normal foliage color for that variety. It is the only thing I'm sure is stabilized about this one. Maybe a couple more generations will wrap this one up. Hope the taste stays with it (8.5/10 and complex).
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Looks super healthy my friend. I have some of those Brandywine going that you sent me a couple of years back. We will see how they do against Sudduth's this year.
And I'm growing my second generation of Matsu Express this year. It's a very vigorous variety. I read your post about it being early and the only thing you had for a while this year.
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Hi Ted!

I always enjoy hearing and seeing what you've been up to.
Thank you, sir. Good to see you posting. I learned a lot from reading your posts at that other site. Things got better for me (garden space is unlimited) when I moved here to Tennessee.

Well, I got the Blue Lake green beans and 16 tomatoes into the "mud hole" before the rains really got serious. My garden is 105' by 40' and is on a bit of a slope. It should drain well so maybe I can get in there Monday and clean out some of the weeds.

Good to hear from you again.
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You have already been very busy - and there is a lot of work ahead of you to get all these babies into the soil. I admire your energy!
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You have already been very busy - and there is a lot of work ahead of you to get all these babies into the soil. I admire your energy!
Well, Hey, Lady Friend. Haven't heard from you "in a month of Sundays". Yeah, I've got some work ahead. The danged rain and other weather weirdnesses have put my schedule way behind. Good to see you out of the danger zones - you know what I mean. What's happening in your part of the tomato world?
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Your crop looks great! Maw Maw's Treat is looking very good for me at this early stage.
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