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Old September 24, 2019   #26
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The peppers are the only spring things left and are still going great guns. I'm going to cut back the number of peppers next year. We freeze bags of strips for cooking, pickle jalapenos and freeze some whole and this year I've dehydrated various peppers (pimento, ancho) for making pepper powders.

The four fall tomatoes that were started from seed on June 4th are producing for fresh eating. Those are early Girl, Golden Girl, Creole and Large Red Cherry.

I was going to sow some carrots along with the turnips but that's been pushed back about three weeks. I can't replace the seed I have as easily as I can the turnip seed.

Speaking of germination temperatures, I have several charts on file but I like this one the best:

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