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Friday, March 4 View Page
Hi All I am anxiously waiting for green pepper seedlings to emerge. Started variety of seeds from my own stock and also from the wonderful exotic seed exchange on 03.01.2016. So far, I have strong Carolina Reapers, Peter peppers and Ghost. So Cool. At the same time, I started a variety of tomatoes and a few surprises from the exotic seed exchange. Hats off to Pork Chop - your 7.05 babes are dark green cuties! I am using for the first time Burpee Natural and Organic Premium Growing Mix which I like even over the Pro Mix from last year. Yesterday, started a second planting of green sweet & purple peppers and french marigolds. Look forward to spring and graduation!! Picked my seeds for my pumpkin - - -
 
Saturday, May 14 View Page
Graduation Day - I finally have my Master's Degree!!! Big thanks to Benjamin and Christopher for standing beside me throughout my studies, making many meals, brewing coffee, research books and papers everywhere, all nighters, paper review sessions, presentation reviews, my bickering over long calculations and seemingly endless research ventures. In the picture, my advisor, Professor Stephens, who provided all his passion and knowledge of the Built Environment. The time really went by too quickly in some cases because he helped me learn so much and become a professional engineer! The job search begins and ongoing. Hopefully, with good news to share with all.
 
Thursday, June 2 View Page
One week old 1049# Swain 2015
 
Thursday, June 2 View Page
One week old 251# Chandler.
 
Sunday, June 5 View Page
251 Chandler is 2 weeks old!
 
Sunday, June 5 View Page
1049 Swain is 2 weeks old!
 
Sunday, June 5 View Page
My first white cucumber! Thanks to exotic seed exchange club!!!
 
Friday, June 10 View Page
My first white cucumber! Thanks exotic seed exchange!!
 
Friday, June 10 View Page
1049 Swain is growing overboard!! Hopefully, she will find the right way to go.
 
Friday, June 10 View Page
My first 251 Chandler is no more, BUT; I have another much bigger in the waiting to show and tell!!
 
Friday, June 10 View Page
Alas!! My 251 Chandler is alive as number 2 and doing quite well. Unfortunately, she is most likely to be a male donor for my 1049 Swain.
 
Saturday, June 18 View Page
This is year number two for my peanut pumpkins to show their true beauty. These are my seedlings from an 11 pound fruit. I also had a 17 pound pumpkin that I could not seem to find the courage to process it for baking and cooking. The result was a mess this spring and a refinished wooden table! FYI, pumpkins are really beautiful, but do NOT last forever!!
 
Saturday, June 18 View Page
Today, I wanted to show off my 1049 Swain. She has been growing nicely and seems to be producing some really nice secondary vines off the main. I have been staking down my main vine and secondaries as well as removing the male blossoms. I have plans to set up my water system and sun shade shelter. She has been receiving advanced nutrients, but I am concerned that she may not be receiving enough potassium. Sometimes, the amendments in the soil are a bit too intense. I applied well aged horse manure this year throughout my garden and broad forked twice. I also completed tilling and cultivating and then resting the soil to encourage a strong profile.
 
Saturday, June 25 View Page
A few years back, I decided to become a new grower here on BigPumpkins. I requested a seed from a Wallace pumpkin and I received not only the 1623.5, but I also received some really excellent seeds from other growers just from my single seed request. Thanks Richard!! My son, Benjamin, has decided to go all out this year and planted the 1623.5 for the first time. Let's wait and see the progress!!
 
Wednesday, June 29 View Page
Here is my 251 Chandler from 2015. This one was used on Tuesday, June 28th for the first pollination with the 1048 Swain.
 
Wednesday, June 29 View Page
My first pollination - 1049 Swain 2015 x 251 Chandler 2015
 
Wednesday, June 29 View Page
1049 Swain growing and growing.
 
Wednesday, June 29 View Page
My peanut pumpkin is growing nicely!!
 
Wednesday, June 29 View Page
I am also growing a 7.05 # seed from Pork Chop! Thanks Exotic Seed Exchange and Pork Chop - she is growing very well.
 
Thursday, June 30 View Page
A photo of my daisies I started from seed three years ago. I am just enjoying watching my flowers develop. I amended the soil with aged compost and barely covered the seeds. They grow best in well drained soil with part day sun, feed once during second year with pumpkin power sprinkled along soil surface, feed two times in the second and third year with NutriAide Bloom Booster by foliar application and keep soil evenly moist. Hummingbirds and Bees love these flowers!
 
Thursday, June 30 View Page
I also wanted to share a photo of my lillies. I am really enjoying this spring as I watch the flowers in my gardens open. I have a number of these all through my beds. FYI, if you plant short perennials in the front of the beds and then taller varieties behind, you will be able to see all of the colors. Also, I recommend planning for seasonal changes in the garden, so you will have early, mid and late spring blooms and then early, mid and late summer blooms and so on.
 
Thursday, June 30 View Page
This year has been really crazy and fun. I am on season three. I have a 1049 Swain from 2015 which I received through the Exotic Seed Exchange. I pollinated on Tuesday, June 28th with a 251 Chandler 2015 on the main vine. This morning around 5:45am, I pollinated another female on the main with a 504 Chandler. I would like to try to pollinate two more which I see two females further along the main vine. I am waiting for the 1623.5 Wallace to provide some boy power!! I want to have lots of foliage behind my fruit to offer plenty of growing potential. I have been staking the main and secondaries, removing the male blossoms and yesterday, I installed my first sun shade shelter over part of the plant. I have some more pics up for further information. I have a good sized converted trash bin with a valve and a hose with weep holes all working on gravity since this is a community garden. I water each day w/o rain and follow a feeding schedule. My swain has received Root Mass Expanders, Azos, Essential 101, Fish & seaweed powders, Biomin Calcium, Actinovate, Rhino Skin, Nirvana, Voodoo Juice, and Nutra-Aid Bloom Booster and Fruit Finisher. Patience..........................
 
Thursday, June 30 View Page
Lillies and purple cone flowers growing very well out front.
 
Thursday, June 30 View Page
I am so enjoying my time with arranging my front yard flower garden. The hanging basket was started with a combination of seeds and accent plants that are now out of control. A little Nutri Aid Bloom Booster really make a difference!
 
Thursday, June 30 View Page
I have also included a pair of really wonderful flower arrangements also started with seeds!
 
Friday, July 1 View Page
1049 Swain x 251 Chandler on left; and 1049 Swain x 504 Chandler on right.
 
Friday, July 1 View Page
Peanut pumpkin growing and growing. Seeds are from 2015.
 
Friday, July 1 View Page
Boston Marrow - waiting to determine the strongest plant.
 
Friday, July 1 View Page
1049 Swain x 251 Chandler - need to cut away the remaining leaf stem and position fruit away from main vine.
 
Friday, July 1 View Page
White cucumber showing signs of deficiency; fed seaweed and humic acid.
 
Friday, July 1 View Page
Installed a shade shelter and extended irrigation hose.
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
My first Carolina Reaper Pepper from the Exotic Seed Exchange!
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
1623.5 Wallace on the move! Giving Christopher some serious competition!!
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
504 Chandler x 438 Chandler serious competition going on in our family garden plots. Looks like its time to step up the game!!
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
Peanut pumpkin has a plan as she grows? She is growing and growing!!!
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
My son, Benjamin, is a new giant watermelon grower and his plant is growing very nicely!
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
I made the delicate cuts needed to remove the remaining leaf stem. Finally, I am slowly able to move the fruit away from the main vine. I have added a larger shade cover and worked on securing the cover based on the wind loading. I also cut the anchored roots under the leaf nodes before and after the fruit and added Styrofoam to lift the vine and stem. Doing this has also provided a benefit in allowing me more ability to move the fruit away from the main vine. Today, the sun intensity was just too much. I placed my wet sweatshirt across my fruit to keep her cool. I am noticing that my shade cover is most effective in the pm hours, but not large enough during the late morning hours.
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
White cucumber!
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
What is taking so long with the 7.05 Porkchop? Seems to be lagging behind!!
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
5th broccoli head!!!
 
Friday, July 8 View Page
Ghost Pepper slowly growing.
 
Wednesday, July 13 View Page
1623.5 Wallace plant truck'n along. Today, I foliar fed Biomin Calcium, buried vines, staked vines in place, and removed male buds. Big storm this morning, so I tried to finish up and rearrange irrigation hose. Plot is now more tilled and ready for growing vines. Need to bury vines on the 1049 Swain! Removed a female found 3'from base.
 
Wednesday, July 13 View Page
2015 Peanut Pumpkin update. This seedling is a serious contender in the plot. Males and females abound. Monday seaweed by foliar feeding and Tuesday Biomin calcium by foliar feeding. Monday, I staked down vines and tilled more of the plot to prepare for this plant and the Boston Marrow to the West. Where or where is the rain!!! This morning's rain did not even register on the gage!
 
Wednesday, July 13 View Page
Checked my notes and 1623.5 Wallace was planted directly into the soil on 5/25 and it sprouted on 6/01. Peanut Pumpkin was direct sowed on 6/05 and the Boston Marrow on 6/14. Watching progress on these monsters!
 
Wednesday, July 13 View Page
DAP 15. She needs a name! I have had only white pumpkins until this year, so I think this may just be an orange one! Shade shelter needs to be moved above to east/west rather than north/south, but working on that after storm. Smaller shelter is almost outgrown! 1049 Swain was set in the ground on 5/21. Main is still growing. I pruned the first secondaries hoping to encourage other secondaries to also grow. Foliar fed Seaweed Monday and Calcium today. I plan to return to plot later in day to bury vines. On/off storms and heat are playing tricks with me.
 
Wednesday, July 13 View Page
All pictures should have the date of 7/13, but I forgot to adjust the date setting this morning on my camera. Update on White Cucumber from Exotic Seed Exchange. Lots of baby white cukes and plant seems to enjoy companions (1049 Swain and green beans on left). Benefiting from feeding schedule with amino acid, seaweed and calcium. All plants received a foliar of Actinovate which is a great fungicide from root to plant tip. You can find it at these links: http://www.planetnatural.com/product/actinovate-lawn-garden/ http://www.hollandsgiants.com/index.html
 
Wednesday, July 13 View Page
Took a first measurement on the 1049 Swain x 251 Chandler - SS 32" CC 45" SB 31" Managed to bury all vines and purchased a platform - a bit late, but oh well!
 
Thursday, July 14 View Page
DAP 16 - readjusted the shade shelter to cover more of the plant and fruit. Need to bury more vines this evening. Sprayed with Sevin and Daconil since I already saw downy mildew in neighboring gardens. Very windy today and temps are on the move down this evening! Not much rain, so I need to haul some water.
 
Sunday, July 17 View Page
Boston Marrow finally turning its main vine around!
 
Sunday, July 17 View Page
1049 Swain x 251 Chandler
 
Sunday, July 17 View Page
Peanut pumpkin...growing and growing!
 
Sunday, July 17 View Page
One of my Carolina Reapers - hot!
 
Sunday, July 17 View Page
Friday's heat is coming with a heat index of 115!! The Ghost should enjoy the sweltering heat!!!
 
Sunday, July 17 View Page
1623.5 Wallace plant is growing very well and there is a third female in the waiting! Burying vines everyday!
 
Monday, July 18 View Page
Challenge in the patch! Scarface!!
 
Saturday, July 23 View Page
Another day in a string of really hot temps and very high humidity. Wishing it will end. Platform down! My son, Christopher, helped me to lift my pumpkin and place my new platform. Getting ready for another round of storms tonight and probably a bit of rain. Fed NutraAid Bloom Booster and Fruit Finisher, Seaweed and Humic Acid. Readjusted the irrigation hose and secured the vines. DAP 25 1049 Swain x 251 Chandler
 
Saturday, July 23 View Page
1049 Swain x 251 Chandler
 
Saturday, July 23 View Page
1623.5 Wallace I entered the morning chat this am since I found this on my plant. Growers online were really helpful and spent sometime talking with me. Plant was doing fine and then a few days age some wilting of the leaves. I have sprayed Sevin and Daconil, but the SVB is really active in the neighboring plots. What is this? I tried a hunt through the vines later and found evidence of some type of entry under two of the vines. Sprayed with a bleach solution and then Sevin. Also prayed the stump and reburied vine. Very hot weather 90+ and high heat indexes with lots of humidity. Lot of rain also last few days.
 
Saturday, July 23 View Page
About 9:30am very hot and humid. 1623.5 Wallace plant.
 
Monday, July 25 View Page
1049 Swain (13) x 251 Chandler (15) DAP 27 CC 63"; SS 43.5"; FB 42.5" OTT 149" Slow, but steady!
 
Tuesday, July 26 View Page
1623.5 Wallace plant. Wilting is along main vine during early evening. I have added Fosphite to the water container and sprayed Daconil.
 
Tuesday, July 26 View Page
Another view of 1623.5 Wallace with wilting along main vine.
 
Tuesday, July 26 View Page
Chandler 2015 Peanut Pumpkin has taken over in a big way and is growing everywhere!
 
Tuesday, July 26 View Page
5.05 Reinhard x open on its way - no splits yet, but big storms are coming! Need to install the hammock!
 
Tuesday, July 26 View Page
1049 Swain x 251 Chandler
 
Thursday, July 28 View Page
Today, the heat and humidity continued making it difficult to complete garden chores. I have continued to monitor the 1623.5 Wallace and buried lots of vines. I sprayed the stump again with a bleach solution and also applied the same along the vines. I am leaving the damaged leaves in place until more growth has fully established in the plot. So far, the plant is spreading and now, has two really nice female blossoms. Staying ahead of disease is really hard with poor neighboring gardeners in the community garden plots. More pictures later! Just rained and now, the heat has lowered. Another storm is coming around 8pm. My rain gage has registered 3 days in the last 2 weeks of over 1.3 inches each of the 3 days!
 
Friday, July 29 View Page
Another warm and humid day. Afternoon rains have been pretty heavy. 1049 Swain x 251 Chandler CC 67.5"; SS 46"; FB 44.5"; OTT 158" 1623.5 Wallace is still growing! Hope to one day have one pollination.
 
Monday, August 1 View Page
Please ignore date on photo - should read 08.01.2016! Wallace plant still struggling to survive. Stump cover showing near left corner.
 
Monday, August 1 View Page
Please ignore date on photo - should read 08.01.2016! Wallace plant still struggling to survive. Stump cover showing near left corner.
 
Monday, August 1 View Page
Please ignore date on photo - should read 08.01.2016! Wallace plant still struggling to survive. Heading down the main vine. Infected leaves removed days ago and more are dying.
 
Monday, August 1 View Page
Please ignore date on photo - should read 08.01.2016! Peanut pumpkin - treating for SVB damage. I was able to save main vine fruits, but still noticing a few issues. Corn/weeds beyond removed on 08.02.2016.
 
Monday, August 1 View Page
Please ignore date on photo - should read 08.01.2016! Peanut pumpkin - treating for SVB damage. I was able to save main vine fruits, but still noticing a few issues. Corn/weeds beyond removed on 08.02.2016. In background my 1049 Swain covered with blue wet towel.
 
Monday, August 1 View Page
Please ignore date on photo - should read 08.01.2016! 1049 Swain x 251 Chandler DAP 34
 
Monday, August 1 View Page
Please ignore date on photo - should read 08.01.2016! 5.05 Reinhard now supported and ready for more growth!
 
Monday, August 1 View Page
Please ignore date on photo - should read 08.01.2016! Wellington now supported and ready for more growth! Which to keep or do I attempt both? Plant is doing really well!
 
Tuesday, August 2 View Page
Today, I cut about 4 feet off my main vine to encourage the fruit to grow. I have plenty of remaining main vine after the fruit and may cut more. I am hoping to see more lateral growth before the fruit.
 
Tuesday, August 2 View Page
SS 48"; FB 46.5"; CC 70" 1049 Swain - really slow - oh well!
 
Monday, August 8 View Page
DAP1 1623.5 Wallace x self (3 males from same plant) finally!
 
Monday, August 8 View Page
DAP1 1623.5 Wallace x self (3 males from same plant) finally! Nice lobes on female - at crack of dawn ready for action! Thx to Christopher!
 
Monday, August 8 View Page
DAP1 1623.5 Wallace x self (3 males from same plant) finally! Close up...
 
Monday, August 8 View Page
DAP1 1623.5 Wallace x self (3 males from same plant) finally! Close up...Nice!!
 
Monday, August 8 View Page
DAP1 1623.5 Wallace x self (3 males from same plant inside) finally! Close up...and Done!! Fingers crossed..................wait and wait .......................zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
 
Monday, August 8 View Page
1049 Swain x 251 Chandler DAP 41 OTT 171" small, but pretty!
 
Tuesday, August 16 View Page
DAP 7 - finally, I have a 1623.5 Wallace x self, but this one did not come by the easy way!! Her name is Miss Muffitt. The plant was hit really hard by a disease somewhere in the soil, so she has lost most of her main vine and the fruit is growing off the secondary to the east on a nice curve. All new plant growth shown in next pics. All vine after the fruit was removed, sand for the base, shelter above from the scorching sun, vines buried, watered today, very hot, and drench with Companion Biological Fungicide with seaweed powder. The stump is oozing, so I have treated again with hydrogen peroxide. I am trying hard to hold her together, but the season and disease is making this a hard run!
 
Tuesday, August 16 View Page
Same plant and now, look at the stump and what is left? It is still oozing, so I treated with hydrogen peroxide today. I watered and fed this plant.
 
Tuesday, August 16 View Page
Fruit is under the shade shelter which I plan to extend tonight. Water container to left and hose for irrigation runs along soil under vine.
 
Tuesday, August 16 View Page
My two Wellington's are ready for weighing and look pretty good for a new grower attempt. My experiment with leaving too many fruits on at once!!
 
Tuesday, August 16 View Page
Another pic of the Wellington's - maybe I will sacrifice this for a big BLT!!! SHhhhhhhhh...........................................................
 
Wednesday, August 17 View Page
"Scarface" continues to show green and orange - growing even w/splits - nice pumpkin Christopher!!
 
Wednesday, August 17 View Page
Scarface rising and rising - she is now showing more green and peach colors!!
 
Tuesday, August 23 View Page
1623 Wallace x self DAP 15 OTT 88.5" - patience!!! Fruit is completely white, wide and has a long stem.
 
Tuesday, August 23 View Page
The Good, the BAD, and the Ugly of squash vine borers. Pictured is the 1623 Wallace or what is left after the SVB invited itself to feast on this plant. The main is no more, but the secondaries produced a female for pollination. Under the plexiglass is the stump (base) and as shown, the second secondary has been severed to clean out the damaged vine and treat the infected area. Malathion was applied to control SVB and on Thursday, another fungicide treatment will be applied. Ah, happy growing conditions in the community garden plots infested with SVB and so many others.
 
Tuesday, August 23 View Page
Sorry for the lack of picture - this is the 1623 Wallace w/description shown above.
 
Tuesday, August 23 View Page
Sorry for the lack of picture - this is the 1623 Wallace w/description shown above. This is Miss Muffit! DAP 15 days 88.5" OTT.
 
Tuesday, August 23 View Page
Picture is of my marrow squash, but alas - genetics of another is inside!! Well? What is this????
 
Tuesday, August 23 View Page
1049 Swain x 251 Chandler - plant is still growing now that I cut back the main and reburied vines before the fruit. Still so slowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! Maybe next year!!
 
Sunday, August 28 View Page
First of three peanut pumpkins harvested. Vine was destroyed by the SVB, but fruit weighed in at 12 lbs 9 oz. This one in now in the freezer!!
 
Sunday, August 28 View Page
Second peanut pumpkin harvested weighed in at 10 lbs 7 oz.
 
Sunday, August 28 View Page
Third peanut pumpkin harvested weighed in at 12 lbs 5 oz. My personal best is still last year's 17 lb peanut pumpkin. Maybe next year the SVB will not have a chance!
 
Tuesday, August 30 View Page
DAP 22 and growing very well. Miss Muffit (1623 Wallace) is a white wonder!!
 
Tuesday, August 30 View Page
DAP 22 Miss Muffit is developing a beautiful snow white profile. Interesting growth in this 1623 Wallace seed! One week ago she measured 88.5" for an OTT. This week may be a bit interesting!!!
 
Tuesday, August 30 View Page
This is supposed to be a marrow, but I am questioning if this is a cross with a pumpkin. She is aborting all other siblings on the plant and daily increasing in size.
 
Wednesday, August 31 View Page
DAP 23 Miss Muffit's OTT 122.5" (1623 Wallace x self) DAP 65 Orange Cream OTT 176" (1049 Swain x 251 Chandler) Community gardens are in really poor shape - lots of weeds above my head in neighboring gardens, lots of diseased plants in neighboring gardens, rotting veggies in many gardens and no maintenance from Park District. Contract with Park District states a promised mow down of plots not planted by July 1st, maintaining of walking paths overgrown with weeds, and prior plot preparation by park district amounted to only a surface cultivation. We amended with compost and deep tilled our own plots. We really need a serious plowing!! We also need a Park District committed to their contract and holding gardeners accountable for not following the contract rules!! FVPD is dropping the ball!!
 
Friday, September 2 View Page
Here are my climbing flowers out front. I am so happy now that my son, Christopher, made a strong trellis for the heavy vines. This year, the storms will not take the plant down!! And, I am able to enjoy the blooms for the first time!!!! Where is the rain???????????????????
 
Friday, September 2 View Page
Perfect flower patch friend. I discovered this Praying Mantis, while rinsing down my house. I included a link to share more about these amazing insects!! http://insects.about.com/od/roachesandmantids/a/10-Fascinating-Facts-About-Praying-Mantids.htm
 
Tuesday, September 6 View Page
Used Malathion as a drench for the controlling squash bugs today, but may consider itching over to something with lambda since the vine borers are pretty invasive this year!
 
Wednesday, September 7 View Page
Lil Miss Muffit
 
Wednesday, September 7 View Page
2 of 3 marrows and mystery cross ????
 
Wednesday, September 7 View Page
The biggest marrow of the 3 and continuing to expand!
 
Wednesday, September 7 View Page
1049 Swain x 251 Chandler
 
Saturday, September 10 View Page
1623 Wallace x self DAP 33 I spent time pruning out all excess recent growth, fed a good dose of Biomin Calcium liquid and seaweed powder, and I sprayed and drenched with Daconil and Spectracide Triazide. So far everything seems to be doing much better. I applied covers to all fruits to protect from the night time chills. I finished harvesting fingerling potatoes, more onions, more tomatoes and tons of peppers. I am planning to make a good batch of bread and butter pickles.
 
Tuesday, September 13 View Page
The first of my giant sunflowers.
 
Tuesday, September 20 View Page
1623 Wallace x self DAP 43
 
Tuesday, September 20 View Page
try again
 
Monday, October 3 View Page
Scarface's lifting day! Congrats to my son, Christopher - lots of hard work has paid off!!!
 
Monday, October 3 View Page
Scarface's cavity.
 
Monday, October 3 View Page
The guts and glory of Scarface!!
 
Monday, October 3 View Page
My giant marrow - soooo pretty!!
 
Monday, October 3 View Page
OOPS!!! Last one was chosen from another pic folder. Here is the corrected pic for my giant marrow!
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
Orange Cream's weigh in. She was cut on 10/02/2016. 124 pounds and she made it through the SVB attack!
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
Orange Cream's bottom side - no holes, rot or major deformity.
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
My first big beautiful orange pumpkin! 1049 Swain x 251 Chandler
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
Orange Cream's back side - very nice!!
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
Weigh in day - 62 pounds!!
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
Lifting - be careful, don't drop her!!
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
Miss Muffit 1623 Wallace x self.
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
Miss Muffit's weigh in at 138 pounds!!
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
Lifting Miss Muffit!!
 
Wednesday, October 5 View Page
Miss Muffit's back side!
 
Saturday, October 8 View Page
417 pounds for Scarface!!
 
Thursday, October 13 View Page
So happy to finally bring Orange Cream home!!
 
Thursday, October 13 View Page
One more pic of her!!
 

 

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