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Re: A vegetable meadow?

Unread Messageby to be chafoin » 21/09/18, 10:07

Regarding the cabbage I see but for tomatoes I still have a doubt: it should be tightened properly on the peduncle so that the bugs that, in the second instar larva are very small (p'tet '2 mm), can not pass. .A test anyway?

On this link I found other ideas, like the smell of garlic (no I laugh, it's the spray). https://www.belle-belle-belle.com/combattre-punaise-verte.html There are also predators of bed bugs. But I doubt this mode of protection because I have a lot of wasps, toads (which also remain at the foot of the plant when the bugs perch rather high) ... I remember especially that we must monitor (and act ) as early as April.
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Unread Messageby to be chafoin » 21/09/18, 11:54

If Archimboldo had a kitchen garden ...
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The potatoes are the last harvest, seeds laid on meadow "mowed" and under hay. Result not zero but rather type "shot" (for seeds that have risen!).
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Unread Messageby nico239 » 21/09/18, 16:13

What does the bottle matter as long as you're drunk? :!: : Mrgreen:
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Re: A vegetable meadow?

Unread Messageby Moindreffor » 21/09/18, 17:22

to be chafoin wrote:If Archimboldo had a kitchen garden ... 2018-09-18 19.55.00.jpg
The potatoes are the last harvest, seeds laid on meadow "mowed" and under hay. Result not zero but rather type "shot" (for seeds that have risen!).

I have the same peppers, but they become red, so you're green or you did not let it ripen?
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Unread Messageby to be chafoin » 21/09/18, 21:53

Moindreffor wrote:I have the same peppers, but they become red, so you're green or you did not let it ripen?
This is mild pepper Landes. Indeed full maturity some blush but it is usual in the Basque Country to eat green or red ...
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Unread Messageby to be chafoin » 21/09/18, 21:58

Apparently it would be a little bit bitter when it is green ... A bit like green peppers and red.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l9N6-OwfLM
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Unread Messageby to be chafoin » 21/09/18, 22:41

Always about peppers: what is this pest that does this to me again?
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The peduncle is nibbled, just above the fruit
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Re: A vegetable meadow?

Unread Messageby to be chafoin » 11/10/18, 12:15

A new disease of the tomato: the nose ofGargameliose!
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Less funny, my butternut broke:
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No doubt because of the first rains after a long drought ??? !!!
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Unread Messageby to be chafoin » 11/10/18, 12:21

Still in trouble: the signs of mites (acariosis?) Are only seen under certain conditions such as morning dew.
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Filaments finer than those of a spider's web, especially above the fruit.
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Re: A vegetable meadow?

Unread Messageby Did67 » 11/10/18, 12:50

I am not at all sure that this is the web of "harmful" mites, which "graze" the leaves and leave yellowish spots, quite typical. We do not see anything like it on your sheets.

http://ephytia.inra.fr/fr/C/5091/Tomate-Acariens

Mites means a branch of arachnids. They are far from being harmful!
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