I south eastern WI, anyone in the area struggling with pepper plants this yr? I think some of mine have fertilizer burn, but not quite sure. Other veggies (mainly tomatoes) doing great.
1/2 cup of crushed egg shells, crushed pretty fine .I south eastern WI, anyone in the area struggling with pepper plants this yr? I think some of mine have fertilizer burn, but not quite sure. Other veggies (mainly tomatoes) doing great.
You live in wisconsin have you ever tried seeds from Jung?Peppers did not work out this yr, tomatoes have killed it though. I did have some blight problems and decided to use some copper fungicide, tomato plants still look good and producing while most people I have talk to this yr have lost all of there plants.
Planted some beets, radishes, spinach, broccoli, and cauliflower for a fall garden.
After I harvest the fall garden I am going to do a over winter soil amendment of a variety of plantings from Johnny seeds. I believe the seed are some type of pea, dicon radishes, hairy vetch, and a couple of others. Want to keep working on improving the soil.
That sounds lie it would be really good. It's hard to imagine the true flavor of all that stuff together. I love eggplant though, never had it in soup though.Winding down the summer growing season, processed mega quantities of 5 different types of eggplant. Made a large amount of Persian eggplant stew which I slow roasted for 12 hours along with my garden onions, San Marzano tomatoes, and garlic (plus seasoning). Really tasty but it could be improved with some mild heat. Also made eggplant fries in the air fryer.