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What’s Cracking In The Garden 2019

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Will do.

If he manages to get off work today, he is going to come down. Puck is coming up (it is his 52nd birthday, and we are having a pah-tay for him). Jeez. My liddoo baby boy is 50-fargin-2.
Scotty is on one of those doctor-killing marathons... hasn't had a day off this month yet... :exercise::tongue::Yuck:
 

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The answer is: Yup. Cayenne pepper is a bitchin' fast blood thinner. Spice the bejeebers outa your food with it, and you can get your triglycerides and LDL cholesterol down, too.
Thanks to you and mysonthedoctor for the info Unca.
 

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Thanks to you and mysonthedoctor for the info Unca.

Hey , I brought the cayenne pepper info and who gets the Thanks?...

I can’t get no respect I tell ya.....

My gf called and said come on over , no one is home...

So I went over there and no one was home...

It’s so hot here , shade is a premium..

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Completely innocent question regarding that colossus shown above:

How do you know when to "pick" it? Looks like little Christmas trees all over it. Are they ready, or do they get bigger/wider split into pairs?

This from a guy who has actually never seen a blooming pot plant in real life.
 

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Completely innocent question regarding that colossus shown above:

How do you know when to "pick" it? Looks like little Christmas trees all over it. Are they ready, or do they get bigger/wider split into pairs?

This from a guy who has actually never seen a blooming pot plant in real life.
As soon as the trichomes turn from clear to amber, it's prime time to harvest.
 

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What are these?
 

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Today's harvest...the first of the "hillbilly's" so big and heavy.
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Nice harvest! What are dark plum toms?
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Squash starting to come in. Eggplant still holding it's own. Plenty of peppers on the plants but very slow to ripen. Cukes seemingly winding down. Green beans seemed to have gotten a second wind. Oodles of tomatoes. Have to pull the onions this week. Good luck out there folks.
 

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I like em too, but sometimes they burn my asshole in the morning.

seeds............
Sometimes? Our lead singer and drummer were always daring each other on how many hot peppers they could eat, would always bring hotter and hotter peppers to practice till they finally decided it would come down to how much juice they could drink after all the peppers were eaten. Next band practice they each told the same story...pissing hot pepper juice out the pooper, tender anal cavity, puffy red cheeks....for days. The drummer had it worse, hard to play drums standing up.
That ended the macho pepper challenge. Goofs.
Sorry, no pix.
 

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What's the nitty gritty with this super stunner? That's cola like no other. Humbling.

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Purdy huh...

That’s a cross I made using pollen from two male Jalalabad Star plants and the female donor was a (G13 x Black Widow) x C99 plant...

A friend tested some seeds for me and that is how one phenotype turned out..

She has deep sweet overripe fruity fragrance with overtones of solvent...
 

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Purse huh...

That’s a cross I made using pollen from two male Jalalabad Star plants and the female donor was a (G13 x Black Widow) x C99 plant...

A friend tested some seeds for me and that is how one phenotype turned out..

She has deep sweet overripe fruity fragrance with overtones of solvent...
I had some in highschool that looked like that. My friend pinched it from his old hippy dad. Tasted like rocks and hit like a hammer.
 
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Squash starting to come in. Eggplant still holding it's own. Plenty of peppers on the plants but very slow to ripen. Cukes seemingly winding down. Green beans seemed to have gotten a second wind. Oodles of tomatoes. Have to pull the onions this week. Good luck out there folks.
That pic should be in a magizine. Awesome.
 

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HEY WAITAMINNIT!!!!

WFT, over? <-- That useta be a genuine call for a sitrep.

But I gotta use it for this "throwaway" pic! WHAT happened with this UFO... can you describe its action/look?



And what a glorious framing for that UFO...
 

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HEY WAITAMINNIT!!!!

WFT, over? <-- That useta be a genuine call for a sitrep.

But I gotta use it for this "throwaway" pic! WHAT happened with this UFO... can you describe its action/look?



And what a glorious framing for that UFO...

What is a sitrep?.......

First there was a flying saucer
Then there was none....
Then there was.





See it hiding?....




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Here you go Unca.....


I can solidly conclude that there is no fargin way Old Black Thumb (me) could EVER have raised weed under any possible conditions in south Floriduh.

Lordy. It would be simpler to grow Egyptian Tanna leaves...
 

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It’s all good here...other than the plants are stunted this year.



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I can see your "stunted" redwoods... What you consider stunted leaves all the rest of us gasping. cool:o_O

I wuz asking about the UFO. Did it zoom away, or was it the moon?
 

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I have a tiny city style plot, once I had a third acre in vegetables and worked on dozens of organic and commercial farms. 3x4 ft., have been getting a half or more pound of tomatoes a day; grapes and blackberries are in season at town parks if you know where to look.
 

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Spinalcracker: "It looks like a planet to me... "

If it is a planet... it HAS to be Zyra.

Gawd. There's trivia. The first big budget sci-fi movie. (It won an Oscar...)

"When Worlds Collide" 1951 -- I was entranced.



Bellus was the name of the sun that came through our space.