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Old September 21, 2019   #22
AlittleSalt
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For my area, it's looking like summertime is going to eventually turn into winter - missing Fall along the way. We are in a drought too with temperatures still in the 90s. There are brown oak leaves on the ground already. I mowed Thursday and it might be the last mowing of the year - the mowed ground is covered with dried newly fallen oak leaves. If I were new to this area, I would not expect leaves to be on the ground this early.

We do have 6 tomato plants and two buckets of yellow and zucchini plants. I used both 10-10-10 fertilizer in the container mix and am using the liquefied fertilizer to water with, and... I still don't know if we will actually have production or not?
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