Tyler Ludens wrote:Wildflowers in the double fence perimeter.
Tyler Ludens wrote:Very productive week so far. I planted a Persian Mulberry (purchased), two Figs (grown from cuttings), three Moringa (grown from seed)
Tyler Ludens wrote:I poured boiling water over them and soaked them overnight. But I would say I only have minimum success with germination. I planted a lot (at least a dozen, maybe 2 dozen) of Moringa seeds, but only got 5 survivors, which are doing very well after a slow start. They don't like it until it gets nice and hot. Planting early was a failure. Even if they came up, they weakened and died in the cool Spring.
Tyler Ludens wrote:Direct-seeded Landrace Tomatoes from Gilbert Fritz are being quite productive but most fruit has been destroyed by sucking insects. I've started spraying with soapy water, which seems to be helping.
Tyler Ludens wrote:I like to believe ducks are in my future!
Tyler Ludens wrote:The Lofthouse Harmony Grain Maize was the most productive and successful.
Tyler Ludens wrote:Somebody ate all the Bur Oak seedlings in spite of the brush fence, so I will put up a real fence and replant next year. Germinating the acorns in damp sand in the fridge worked great. Next time I will plant twice as many.
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