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Click on a thumbnail picture below to see the full size version. 45 Entries.
Sunday, April 5 View Page
Pumping season is here
 
Sunday, April 5 View Page
pumping
 
Monday, April 6 View Page
Looking Good
 
Tuesday, April 14 View Page
Starting some Tomato's today
 
Tuesday, April 28 View Page
Tomato's looking good
 
Thursday, April 30 View Page
April 30th feels like April 1st , raining last nigh and all day today.
 
Saturday, May 16 View Page
just like last year, everything on back porch waiting for it to dry out
 
Thursday, May 21 View Page
Finally dry enough, thank you , Claude Brown
 
Thursday, May 21 View Page
The Canadians came back yesterday beem gone for about 15 days they have grown allot
 
Monday, May 25 View Page
Planted on Sunday 2 of my 862.5 from last year 1 of my 841 from 2016 and 1567 D. Gantner- 18
 
Wednesday, May 27 View Page
moved the first of the year, digging up tomato plants my fault , I used homemade compost that has worms in the pile and they have been digging it there all spring
 
Saturday, May 30 View Page
No. 2 , very wet must have been in the trap all night
 
Sunday, May 31 View Page
my 1567 D. Gantner lying on the ground this morning not sure if the wind did it or something took a bite out of the stem. Cleaned it up , put rooting power on main all the way down to the roots Hope it takes
 
Friday, June 12 View Page
I got my pump in the pond today will finish up with the power tomorrow
 
Wednesday, July 1 View Page
862.5-19 [HDW] first pol of the year , 2 males from 841-16 {1st place Willamsville]
 
Wednesday, July 1 View Page
East Patch
 
Thursday, July 2 View Page
841 damage 18 , pollinate with 3 males from 862.5 19
 
Thursday, July 2 View Page
all tied up for the day
 
Sunday, July 5 View Page
All hoses laid and connections done today , from pond to 3 patches
 
Monday, July 6 View Page
my 2nd 862.5 [south] pollinated this morning with males off my 841
 
Monday, July 6 View Page
my 841 this morning Coon tracks and puncher marks on the pumpkin .
 
Wednesday, July 8 View Page
in the trap this morning
 
Thursday, July 9 View Page
another one went for a ride
 
Saturday, July 11 View Page
another one went for a ride
 
Saturday, July 11 View Page
pollinated another one on my 841 , the one the coons scratched up is going soft
 
Saturday, July 11 View Page
all tied up for the day 841 x 862.5
 
Thursday, July 16 View Page
another try on the 841 pollinated with 4 males from 862.5 north
 
Friday, July 17 View Page
yesterdays pollinating
 
Friday, July 17 View Page
today's pollinating on the 841 plant I am letting the Bees do it
 
Friday, July 17 View Page
862.5 starting to look like its Mother
 
Sunday, July 19 View Page
Not a good day for me
 
Monday, July 20 View Page
just let the bees pollinate my 841
 
Monday, July 20 View Page
looks like it worked
 
Monday, July 20 View Page
my 862.5 south. problem
 
Monday, July 27 View Page
nothing to say
 
Monday, August 3 View Page
my 862.5 north , black spot is in the camera not on pumpkin
 
Monday, August 3 View Page
862.5 south ,Throw back genes, should not be white, blaming it on the pollinator from last year
 
Monday, August 3 View Page
my 841 plant keeps aborting every pumpkin when it gets to the size of a deflated football
 
Thursday, August 6 View Page
Nasty this morning
 
Sunday, August 9 View Page
they keep on comming
 
Sunday, August 9 View Page
another possum
 
Sunday, August 9 View Page
starting to get the little ones
 
Monday, August 10 View Page
862.5 north
 
Monday, August 10 View Page
862.5 south
 
Wednesday, August 12 View Page
finally caught this hog , He has been around for a couple of weeks eating on everything . Hope he is the only one for this year
 

 

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