Time for some questions about bagging . So I have 300 heavy duty plastic rubble bags . So wet dirt is better then dry , when filling the bags and then they dry out over time . But these are plastic so no water can escape . I want to fill the bags up(no waisted space) , but duck tape them down instead of sowing the ends up. So the damp cant get out there. So im thinking on making a ton of little steaks as long as a hand , pointed on each end . Used to connect two bags above with two below , that way the moister can flow through the bags, drying them out over time .
Steve Thorn wrote:
Hans Quistorff wrote:For drying as seedless prunes select for cling free seeds as it cling free peaches. The prue plums on my old homestead are like that. The green gauge seedlings that have been in our family for generations are not quite as difficult to separate from the seed as a mango. The yellow plums are sum what mixed in this characteristic. They seem to cross with the green gauge.
I would be happy to share seeds if you would like and there ar always seedlings coming up under the green gauge because it is so prolific and the mother tree is so tall not all of them get picked.
Do you like the Green Gages or yellow plums for fresh eating?
I want to try a Green Gage really bad, I've never tried one, hoping to try one soon!