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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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Comment by Disc Player Sports on June 10, 2009 at 6:34pm
Get lots of FREE coffee grinds from Starbucks! My yard is getting caffeinated. (The grinds have nitrogen and promote earthworms).
Have 5 different types of tomatoes along with a variety of peppers.
Hot here in my part of Florida now.
And young citrus in the front yard.
Comment by castawaydave on June 10, 2009 at 2:15pm
Here in Hawaii besides the veggie garden I grow Papayas, Apple bananas (and 4 other types), pine-apples, Mountain apples, Satsuma tangerines, Avocados the size of grapefruit, coconuts (three types) and even Breadfruit. All organic
Comment by Bill on June 10, 2009 at 11:47am
This years' heirloom tomatoes look immeasurably better than last years, if for no other reason than there actually ARE tomatoes growing on them this year. The basil is doing ok, and the cilantro/sage/thyme all look great. We added liquified fish guts to their soil, and buried a banana peel next to the rose bush. Will add pics once downloaded.
Comment by eric beich on June 10, 2009 at 11:09am
hiyas. I repotted some stuff last week and anyone know why my Mint has some black around the base? they seem to be growing ok other than that.
I have some peppers and cherry tomatos going great so far.
Comment by Kazuhiko Gomibuchi on June 10, 2009 at 8:58am
Thank you for an invitation!
There are words called "地産地消:Chisan Chisyou" in Japan. (Were you able to translate it well?)
I use the thing which I got in a hometown in a hometown.
I take good care of "a thing in season".
Comment by Disc Player Sports on June 10, 2009 at 7:46am
Nothing like going out in the 'back yard' and picking fresh organic peppers to mix with my eggs this morning.
 

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