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#3697099 - 06/24/14 08:47 AM Help
LSUtigers
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What could I put in 2 empty rows right now, they are 15 ft long, raised rows.
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#3697157 - 06/24/14 10:13 AM Re: Help [Re: LSUtigers]
The_Utility_Dude
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Pretty much anything you would like. Most anything typically grown in this area has time to "make".
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#3697173 - 06/24/14 11:00 AM Re: Help [Re: The_Utility_Dude]
DaveB
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Not lettuce or broccoli or radish or celery. Too hot.


If you have room, its time for pumpkins.

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#3697193 - 06/24/14 11:38 AM Re: Help [Re: DaveB]
LSUtigers
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My spinach is done pulled a few that had bolted yesterday. thinking about some corn or peas.
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#3697247 - 06/24/14 01:16 PM Re: Help [Re: LSUtigers]
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I was making the assumption you knew not to plant cool season stuff. Not sure peas would be a good idea, unless your talking about purple hull peas or something like that. Too hot for snap peas. Corn should be good or as Dave said punkins (as they're called around here ) are a good idea too.

Getting ready to cut my cabbage and make Kraut this weekend. Prolly put out some butternut squash when I cut the cabbage.


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#3697258 - 06/24/14 01:39 PM Re: Help [Re: The_Utility_Dude]
LSUtigers
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yea PH was what I was thinking of, I did get my first mess of sugar peas yesterday, a couple og squash, some peppers and maters.
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#3697261 - 06/24/14 01:45 PM Re: Help [Re: The_Utility_Dude]
redlegs07
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I just dug potatoes and pulled onions this weekend and then planted field peas. Plenty of time for pretty much anything.
If you want more tomatoes you can cut a suckers off existing plants and just stick them in the ground. I usually dip them in rooting hormone but it isn't necessary.

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#3697516 - 06/24/14 10:12 PM Re: Help [Re: redlegs07]
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I will be planting peas as soon as my beans I am done with my beans. You should have plenty time for them to make
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#3697969 - 06/25/14 03:11 PM Re: Help [Re: Tennessee Lead]
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Would it be plenty of time to plant green beans as well? We've never had field peas, but missed my chance at an early garden.
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#3698183 - 06/25/14 09:38 PM Re: Help [Re: Nimrod777]
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Should have plenty time for beans easy.
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#3698272 - 06/26/14 06:58 AM Re: Help [Re: Tennessee Lead]
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Yes, anything warm weather. I just pulled my peas last week and had tons of new room. They're selling tomato plants down the street at 4 for $1, and I loaded up. Also, something mowed down some of my pole beans, so I am re-planting the seeds right now. I will have a staggered harvest, which is a great thing.

Very few cool season varieties could withstand summer's heat, so no greens like lettuces or spinach, either. I'm surprised some have said they plant their peas right now, but maybe I'm just unaware of the varieties that do well in summer. Mine died off when temps hit the upper 80s. Good luck.
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#3698296 - 06/26/14 07:25 AM Re: Help [Re: gil1]
LSUtigers
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snow peas not doing well right now, lima and kentucky's doing good. Im also loaded up on melons.
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#3699076 - 06/27/14 10:29 AM Re: Help [Re: LSUtigers]
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I noticed you live in East TN, which might explain actually getting peas this late.

I need to back-fill my garden after the holes I made from pulling broccoli and cabbage. Unfortunately, most of the seedling sales I've seen are gone from all the spring stocks.
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