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The Plants That Will Disappear First in a Crisis
submitted 8 days ago by KARAN1 from i.imgur.com
First frost came through my part of Arkansas this week that damaged many garden plants. I picked this last batch of jalapeno peppers, cayenne peppers, and a small amount of okra. I thank the Lord for this harvest!
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
Azadirachtin Technical Manufacturer in India
submitted 1 month ago by abhishekjainseo from kaybeebio.com
A Complete Solution for Sustainable Gardening in India
submitted 1 month ago by abhishekjainseo from greeneraagri.com
[Blog]How To Grow Money Plant At Home Faster @GreenEra
[Blog]The Power of Root Promoters, Stimulators, and Boosters @GreenEra
Tips to Choose the Best Flowers for Your Event in UAE
submitted 1 month ago by maddysinghsw from party.biz
After a couple months of curing in the workshop, the garlic was overdue for being cleaned and brought into the kitchen.
submitted 3 months ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
Harvest of garlic is now in the kitchen with a couple small bags of dry beans, all grown in the garden without the use of harmful chemicals.
[Blog]10 Best Living Room Indoor Plants @MyEasyMag
submitted 3 months ago by abhishekjainseo from myeasymag.com
Harvest for one day: butternut squash, mint, okra, cayenne pepper.... The plants survived a brutal hail storm, and other challenges.
submitted 3 months ago by In-the-clouds from hostux.pics
Dragonfly eating a moth in my garden.... [video]
Doe waiting for corn in front of myrtle tree
submitted 4 months ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
Muskmelon growing inside an old hamster cage
This might be the tiniest watermelon you have ever seen....
Cat Tower Muskmelon! This melon was tasty and sweet. And it grew on a cat tower. I planted the seed and 138 days later the melon was ripe in Arkansas. (About 4 months, 16 days)
The Purple Plum radish almost went extinct in my garden. I planted my last seeds in the spring, which were over 10 years old. Only a couple plants grew well of this variety. Then a hail storm did some damage, but I managed to save a small amount of seed.
Tomato picking in the garden ~ Some make it into the house, and others don't.... [video]
Some tomatoes are ripe for the picking, which is amazing since a brutal hail storm shredded my garden last month.
Cayenne peppers are beginning to ripen. I have collected two red ones so far. This pepper plant weathered a horrible hail storm a month ago, so it's a small miracle that it is producing any fruit.
Somebody has been eating my muskmelons. So far this year, three melons have been ruined by pests in my garden. I'm guessing it's a rat or mouse.
"Seedless" Watermelon, Second Generation ~ Last year we bought a watermelon from the store and I found one seed inside, planted it in the spring, and from the homegrown fruit, I saved about 64 seeds. It was small, but tasted sweet and refreshing.
New frog (or toad?) visited my garden. I have never seen this variety before. It was hiding inside a container of rain water that I use for my plants. I tilted the lid for him, and the next day he was gone.
Watermelon Shaped Like A Pear ~ A "seedless" watermelon we bought last year at the grocery store had a single seed inside, which I planted this spring. This fruit came from that vine, which was hit by hail last month and did not look as healthy as it should to produce good fruit.
Heaviest cabbage in the world was grown in Alaska! 138 pounds! I was surprised that some veggies are able to grow so large that far up north. [guinnessworldrecords.com]
submitted 4 months ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
Vine borers have been a big problem in my garden this year. They have attacked the zucchini and pumpkin vines. Using a knife, I recently performed surgery on the plants, cut them open, and removed three of these worms.
Water Drops On Green Tomato ~ My garden has been receiving good rain lately and I thank the Lord for that. These plants also survived a massive hail storm on June 14. [Arkansas, USA]
submitted 5 months ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
Potatoes have not grown well in my garden the few times I have tried. But I did get this small amount so far this year, good enough for one meal. [Arkansas, USA]
Mint is growing well this year. I add it to my tea, brewed together. [Arkansas, USA]
Corn damaged by hail failed to grow a full ear.... from my small garden in Arkansas, 3 weeks after the worst hail storm I have ever witnessed. Stalks fell down and leaves were shredded. Farmers also see hail damage. I expect food shortages soon (but trust the Lord to provide, as he always has).
This vine is growing in my garden and survived the hail storm. Can you guess what this melon is growing on?
Mushrooms are popping up in my backyard today. (Arkansas, USA) I don't know if they are edible.
submitted 5 months ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
VIDEO from Colorado: "I napped instead of covering my plants 🤦🏼♀️ I have regrets" [Twitter/ Kylie Bearse]
submitted 5 months ago by In-the-clouds from video.twimg.com
Pictures of the "Zucca Melon"
submitted 5 months ago by In-the-clouds from andreas-maschke.de
A watermelon is forming, but is currently pear-shaped. The vine grew from the only seed found in a "seedless" watermelon bought at the store last year.
submitted 6 months ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
Unusually cool day in the garden today in Arkansas. [video]
submitted 6 months ago by In-the-clouds from take-me-to.space
Siling labuyo, second haul
submitted 6 months ago by Musky from i.imgur.com
This yellow and black beetle looks like a newcomer to my garden. I wonder what he does. Anybody know his name?
submitted 6 months ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
Some pink lemonade berries are ripening on a small bush. I'm surprised the birds did not eat them all.
Bees Love These Zucchini plants ~ Bees appear to be resting inside the beautiful squash blossoms, as if they never want to leave.... [video]
Are you seeing bees acting weird like this? ~ Handicapped Bee Struggles to Fly ~ It might be a carpenter bee. My wife said he looked drunk, and added: "Don't drink and fly!" [video]
More blossoms opened today on the Purple Plum radish plants. I hope to save their seeds this year.
Ladybug Helps Control Pests On A Squash Plant ~ This time I think it's a real "ladybug" instead of the Asian Lady Beetle because this one does not have an "M" painted on its face. Do you bug experts agree?
Zucchini Making Fruit ~ I harvested more of this summer squash today from my garden in Arkansas. The plants grow well in a child's swimming pool.... [video]
Purple Plum Radish Blossoms ~ Matching the name, the blossoms are also of a purple color. I almost lost this radish variety. I had old seed, from over 10 years ago, and planted what I had. Several germinated and I am letting them grow and hope to save fresh seed from them.
Bees are getting trapped inside squash blossoms. Watch bees being released from their flower imprisonment.... [video]
The bees are back in the garden! [video]
My first butternut squash of the year is now forming, but I also caught a pest trying to ruin the vine! [video]
Summer squash is now coming from the garden into the house. Come and see how the squash looks on the plants as I pick some.... [video]
I got my largest crop of siling labuyo ever.
submitted 6 months ago * by Musky from self.gardening
First Tomatoes of 2023 Now Forming - The plant grew from seed I saved from last year's Early Girl variety.
This snake was a surprise for me today in my garden. I don't know what kind it is.... Do you? This is in Arkansas, USA. [video]
First summer squash of 2023....and it's still spring!
So much effort to save a bee, and it still died.
submitted 6 months ago by In-the-clouds from youtube.com
Honeybees Dying - Something has changed this year. I wasn't seeing any honeybees in my organic, pesticide-free garden, but then I saw a few, but some acted handicapped, having trouble walking on the flowers. Today, I saw a dead bee on a plant. It just died there? What's happening???
Garlic scapes are in season! (Arkansas, USA)
Sad Start for Okra - Many of the okra plants I had started have died or their growth is severely stunted, probably due to the colder than normal temperatures and excessive rain (in Arkansas). This okra plant is trying to make a flower with just one small, slightly yellow leaf!
submitted 7 months ago by In-the-clouds from hostux.pics
Bell pepper plant
submitted 7 months ago by Musky from i.imgur.com
First Tomato Blossom of 2023 ~ This plant was grown from seed I saved last year. The parent plant was an Early Girl. This plant is the next generation and may have different characteristics from the parent plant. I'm curious how it will perform. So far, it is the *earliest* to blossom.
submitted 7 months ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
Trinity of Zucchini Blossoms ~ Seen this morning in my garden.
A welcome friend to the garden: Ladybugs have arrived to my garden to help eat the aphids.
Tomatoes fail to ripen when it's too hot.... "When temperatures exceed 85 to 90 F, the ripening process slows significantly or even stops."
Yellow Bell Pepper in Giant Pot ~ This is my first year to grow pepper plants from free seed I saved, instead of buying plants. This little plant is my best one so far and just got transplanted to its permanent location in a large container.
Zucchini Blossom ~ This summer squash is now flowering in Arkansas.
First summer squash of 2023 now forming on the vine! ~ Where: My garden in Arkansas.
My Pricky Pear - 1 year later
My garden has puddles of water from so much rain (in Arkansas). If my beds were not raised, the plants would be dying. Plants do not grow well in floods. Planting is delayed this year by rain and cold. The summer will be hot and dry, delaying harvest. Prepare for food shortages.
First radish of 2023 picked from my garden ~ I chopped up the greens and the globe and fried it into my rice at lunch time. Frying seemed to tame the flavor and make it more mild. (I liked it!) One of the cats helped me eat some of the raw greens!
Bean germination - Plants breaking through the earth to reach for the sun ~ In my garden today in Arkansas....
The Secret to Killing [Controlling] Bamboo [Crops] | NO Chemicals or Machines (3:39) ~ Nature's Always Right
submitted 7 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
First radish of the season appears ready to harvest today. Location: Arkansas.
How do you plant a seedless watermelon? Last year we bought one at the store and ate it.... and I found ONE seed inside the fruit. I saved it and planted it this year.... and it germinated! (The plant is growing in a recycled cup, and was not purchased.)
Can you identify this insect? I found it hanging onto the fence pole near my garden. Is this bug a friend or foe for garden plants?
submitted 8 months ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
Basil and two young bell pepper plants
submitted 8 months ago by Musky from i.imgur.com
That is a leaf miner making those trails in the leaf, you have to physically remove each affected leaf away from the plant or they spread rapidly
More ripe serranos
Making a Grow Wall (14:10) ~ frank howarth
submitted 8 months ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
DIY UpCycled Greenhouse - Start to Finish (28:34) ~ Woodness Goodness
Edible lawn replacements
submitted 8 months ago by Musky from morningchores.com
[Bamboo] The Holy Grail Homestead Plant & The Secrets to Grow It (40:01) ~ Nature's Always Right
No CO2.... No food!
submitted 9 months ago by In-the-clouds from take-me-to.space
Signs of spring: tree blossoms in my backyard in Arkansas....
submitted 9 months ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
JADAM JMS - Apply THIS Solution 5 Times BEFORE Planting For Bountiful Harvests
submitted 9 months ago by [deleted] from youtube.com
Giant Vegetable Competitions
submitted 9 months ago by RupertTaylor493 from dengarden.com
Sunken Greenhouse: The Solution To Plant Year Round
submitted 11 months ago by Drewski from thetinylife.com
Ruth Stout's Garden
submitted 11 months ago by [deleted] from youtube.com
It's time to feed on the stashed goods. The extreme cold finished off the pepper plants in my garden. But I have frozen jalapeno slices, saved from my garden, which when cooked, provide some heat!
submitted 1 year ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
submitted 1 year ago by Zapped from imgur.com
It takes a long time
submitted 1 year ago by zyxzevn from i.imgur.com
Serrano plant is doing nice
submitted 1 year ago by Musky from i.imgur.com
submitted 1 year ago by lotusmigration from tradeheroes.com.au
Register your garden - USDA invites people || Slow News Day (50:36) ~ Alison Morrow
submitted 1 year ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Pepper plants are still being productive in my garden, but yikes, it is hot (97°F in Arkansas) just before fall. ~ Jalapeño peppers from my garden in the kitchen today...
submitted 1 year ago by In-the-clouds from i.imgur.com
Heat Waves: 8 Ways To Protect Your Plants
submitted 1 year ago by In-the-clouds from youtube.com
submitted 1 year ago by [deleted] from i.imgur.com
Seed stash for '23
submitted 1 year ago by Entropick from ibb.co
submitted 1 year ago by jet199 from imgur.com
They're almost ready...
Fried okra and cayenne pepper ~ I thank God this stuff grows in my garden for free. I'm eating it now as part of a late breakfast, with eggs.