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A forum dedicated to discussing how to easily grow organic food sustainably and inexpensively year-round in urban Houston settings, in individual and community vegetable gardens. Other food related issues are also discussed.
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Bean Sprout
Bean Sprout

Posts : 18
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Join date : 2010-07-01
Age : 87
Location : Buffalo, NY (USA)

PostSubject: Zuchini   Sun Aug 22, 2010 11:13 pm

We planted 2 seedlings of zuchini from a local nursery at the end of our flower garden in just plain dirt, overturned sod and old dried grass and plant cuttings. We got a 9 inch long 2 inch diameter vegetable about every three days for about four weeks without any more fertilizing. Gave each plant about a gallon of water a day. Very facinating.
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