AnnouncementsVideos Garden and Food Forest Tour at 3 Months! by David The Good November 28, 2022November 28, 2022 written by David The Good November 28, 2022November 28, 2022 Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Look out, Mel Bartholomew!One of the best fruit trees for FloridaWe need more Vegan compost...Rice Terraces of the PhilippinesGoodstream #162 1 comment PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Making Cane Syrup in Lower Alabama with Ben White next post Moving Cows and Planting Pasture for Winter Related Articles Tracking Yields in 2022 January 10, 2022 GREAT NEWS: I’m part of the Home Grown... April 2, 2015 I Smashed My Earth Oven! July 29, 2020 Woodlanders is shipping for spring March 10, 2018 Catching Up, Bit by Bit November 20, 2019 Celebrating Four Years of Posting Every Weekday! August 31, 2016 James Prigioni’s Gardens July 2, 2020 My Friend Eddy and His Gardens August 10, 2017 Involuntary Posting Break! February 2, 2020 Homemade Furniture August 22, 2017 1 comment Phillip Pavis November 28, 2022 - 10:15 am We saved $300 off list for our DR DRY pro. So easy to use. Gardening in Tennessee has slowed. So we are working a 3rd garden bed for another 1500 sq ft. It still has some sedge grass. So i hit it with a bag and 1/2 of slow release lime and some 13-13-13. The spot next to it got the Dave’s/Steve’s mix. So I’m gonna have to treat this too. It’s going to be our psedo grain experiment garden. I’m doing beds of amaranth, grain sorgum, and anything else i can find or get reccomended. Having front yard and back yard beds should let us do 2 different pumpkin varieies. Love the Tromboncino for fresh eating (no vine borers) but we need a storage and eating pumpkin. Along with separating the sweet and hot peppers and the paste from the tiny salad tomato. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.