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What should I plant in my garden?



  • WtkWtk Posts: 450 ✭✭✭✭ Senior

    go to the local UGA cooperative extension office. They have hundreds of pamphlets based on studies of just bout everything. it will be the best advice you can get anywhere. they will even come to your home and advise you. You have paid for it. use it.

  • DvilleDawgDvilleDawg Posts: 2,498 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Put eggshells in the soil to keep the worms away. I'll add to @Canedawg2140, plant some pepper plants to go with the cucumbers, squash, and tomatoes.

  • DirtDawgDirtDawg Posts: 532 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    When the nights stay above 60, put in some zipper peas if you like field peas. They're one of the easiest peas to shell, they're easy to grow, and they add nitrogen to the soil. If you want a great pea that's a pain to shell, try white acre.

  • TeddyTeddy Posts: 7,073 mod

    I got 3 kinds of tomatoes, about 5 kinds of peppers, pole and bush beans, zucchini, squash, Asian eggplant, and a handful of leaf lettuces going in.

  • DuckDawgDuckDawg Posts: 46 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Thanks for all of the suggestions! Due to COVID, I ended up buying a bug-out seed mixture from Amazon so I'll have all kinds of stuff in this garden.

    I also watched this documentary last weekend, so I'm planning to experiment with a no-till style (once I get the initial soil treatment completed). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rPPUmStKQ4

    Just laid down some mulch yesterday evening and I've got a woodchip delivery scheduled from a local tree service.

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