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Disc Golfers That Grow Their Own (Food) Shut Up & Grow


Disc Golfers That Grow Their Own (Food) Shut Up & Grow

Here in "Sunny" Florida get to grow vegetables almost all year long. Wish to share enthusiasm for 'growing your own.' Try to be as organic as possible through composting, using rain water, generally trying to be earth friendly.

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Latest Activity: Apr 19, 2013

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Comment by Junior on June 25, 2009 at 10:15am
i'm a little irritated i had gotten my garden all set and planted with a nice 5' fence around it to keep my dogs and and what happens my husky decided to le4arn to leap over the damn fence my garden is never to be safe from the force known as Thor, this makes 2 years in a row he got into my garden and destroyed it. any suggestions on how to keep a year and a half old puppy out of my garden.
Comment by Grandpappy D on June 22, 2009 at 9:30am

These are my pumpkins and carots.

these are my corn, brocalli, andtomatoes.

These are my bannana, chilli, ceyenne, jalapenno, habanero, and bell peppers.
Comment by donnyv on June 19, 2009 at 3:34pm
What's up

Born and bred farmer here from MI. Good luck in your gardens everyone.
Comment by Disc Player Sports on June 18, 2009 at 11:20am

Had jalapeno off the vine not 5 minutes into the olive oil and eggs with swiss this morning.
Those that grow know!
A new slogan?
Comment by Grandpappy D on June 17, 2009 at 11:54am
My peppers are starting to grow. Mmmm can't wait.
Comment by Disc Player Sports on June 15, 2009 at 3:34am
2 big rosemary bushes on each side of my garage. Easy to grow.
Really like cilantro.
But goes to seed fast and turns into coriander.
Its the heat no doubt.
Comment by JeremyRogers on June 14, 2009 at 4:58am
Nice a growers club, I have a FL garden full of goodies. zuccinis every weak,cannalope slowly coming along, same w/ a couple watermelons, egg plant, 2 diff cherry tomatoes, 2 other tomatoes abot 5 ft tall and full, jalepeno, gypsy, cayenne, baby bell, cubanelle, are in full production now, onions, chives, Italian parsley, thyme, Dill Weed, basil, thia basil, sage, rosemary and afew hanging baskets of strawberries,
Comment by Grandpappy D on June 11, 2009 at 7:01pm
I'm grow n cayennes, jalapenos, bannanas, hot chilis, and habaneros. I love hot peppers.
Comment by Disc Player Sports on June 10, 2009 at 8:42pm
Find my peppers do great in big tubs...
see you figured that one out.
Florida sand doesn't work out that well.
The only hot peppers I grow now are cayenne & jalapeno.
Comment by Jim Akins on June 10, 2009 at 8:36pm
I've gotten into growing a few things I have a small garden (plants in clay pots mostly) But it's fun. I have a buht jalokia pepper plant that I will dare you to eat a pepper off of. They are incredibly hot and this is a very healthy plant. I have a freezer full of peppers from it. Also growing 3 nice big red habanero plants which are producing some monster red hab's. A tomato plant about 3 and a half feet tall putting off a ton of tomato's too. 1 strawberry plant,1 brocolli plant and 1 red bell pepper plant. Like I said it's a ton of fun to grow stuff on your own. Taste's much better than store bought too !

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