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Old 05-21-2019, 12:54 PM   #1
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Legumes in harvested rows

Spring and winter crops deplete your soils of vital nutrients.

One of the very best ways to replenish your soils after a harvest of onions, potatoes, carrots, etc. is to come in right behind them with legumes...peas such as purple hull, crowder, blackeyes, and beans like green beans, pinto beans etc.

These legumes add N2 to the soil and if shredded will reseed and grow again several times this growing season adding incredible nutrients to your soils, protecting against weeds, and getting them ready for fall/winter planting.


The photos show 1) peas in the carrot/radish/turnip row and peas in the onion row, 2) peas in the potato row 3) pinto beans and green beans and 4) lunch today
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Old 05-22-2019, 05:18 AM   #2
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I planted peas, beans, and okra where I had my onions. Eating beans tonight.
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Where are you buying seeds? Lowes, Home Depot, Wal Mart no longer have seeds. Asked why and they said gardening season is over and I'm thinking where are these morons from!
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YUM...... Green beans and spuds! I'm still 2 months away from enjoying that.

In the 2nd picture on the left side is some kind of squash plant? ? ? Everything looks VERY healthy.
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Where are you buying seeds? ...
I get most of my seeds from the local feed store. They buy in bulk and generally much cheaper than other sources.
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...In the 2nd picture on the left side is some kind of squash plant? ? ? Everything looks VERY healthy.
Yep, yellow squash and zucchini. Some fine eating.

Also, growing asparagus beans again this year for pickling...a favorite around here. Trying out a cucamelon for fun. So far it is still pretty small.
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Noticed Standley feed store in Normagee had bulk seeds the other day so we will stop by Friday .
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