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    wilderness_NY_Z4
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    Just started moving seedlings to the greenhouse.

    Patio tomatoes.  These were transplanted into these pots yesterday.

    Pepper plants.  There are 2 different green bell peppers.  Ace and King of the North.  Jalapenos and Banana Sweet.

    Today they will all get a spraying with Epsom Salts.


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    skippydel13zone6KY
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    Nice Bet. I’m disheartened I didn’t get any seeds started this year!


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    wilderness_NY_Z4
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    It is tough not to have seed started but it sounds like with all the work you are doing on the house you will have a perfect spot to look forward to next year.


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    steve232__nc
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    Bette those plants look great. As usual your doing really good with them.


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    Donna
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    You sure have some healthy looking plants Bette, I hope they really produce for you. :)


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    SunshineNY6
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    Looks great Bette. I’m growing King of the North for my sister’s friend. They are so tiny. I didn’t know what they were when he first gave me the tray until they finally sprouted. What kind of peppers are they?


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    wilderness_NY_Z4
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    Thanks Donna.

    Wendy, King of the North is a green bell pepper.  They are an heirloom pepper so the seed can be saved from year to year.  The produce early and turn red quite quickly.  However, I quite raising them as the are smaller than I want and have not been heavy producer for me like some of the hybrids.  It is hard to get a good green bell pepper here since our nights are so cool.


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    SunshineNY6
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    Thanks Bette. The cool temps in the basement probably is what is causing them not to grow too well. I hope they pick up some.


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    Wendy, peppers are slow growers.  Mine still basically have only their first true leaves and they were planted the middle of February and have been in 70 degrees until they just went to the greenhouse.


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    growingranny_va_z7
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    Looking good Bette. I have some tomatoes ready to go into the ground now, as soon as I can get time to get the pots ready for them. I usually put the Epsom Salts mixed with powdered milk right into the soil before I plant. It sure makes a huge difference in them. I used to use a cal-mag product in them but I am out of it now so they get the salts and milk now.


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    wilderness_NY_Z4
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    Thanks Molly.  Wish I could grow flowers as well as I can grow vegetables.  LOL  I will put epsom salts in the dirt along with tums or powdered milk when I plant them.  They look a little yellow from being in the house so long and the magnesium will perk them right up.  It is good to spry with the epsom salts when they start to blossom.  It helps with a good fruit set.


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