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As discussed in the last episode, this past week we prepared the soil for the tomato bed and then this weekend we planted the tomatoes and peppers. Another warm weather crop is the eggplant. We usually plant … Continue reading
NEW YORK METS REPORT – A June Swoon or a Hot Summer Season…?.
I predicted the New York Mets would win 86 games this year. That’s 10 games over the elusive .500 mark. I thought that might be realistic considering the great pitching and the improved lineup. So far I’ve seen an epic … Continue reading
It’s beginning to look like the 2015 growing season is going to be another excellent year! It’s been a little dry in the early going which has resulted in more trips to the plot to water, but overall the plants … Continue reading
GET THOSE VEGGIES ROLLIN’ ! – PART 2.
Lettuce, beets, kale, mesclun greens, snow peas, cabbage and other cool weather crops should in the ground now. The tomatoes and peppers are still in the hardening stage. They’ll be ready in about 10 days. Here are some shots of … Continue reading
If you are a serious vegetable gardener on Long Island you’ve probably put lettuce, beets, kale, mesclun greens, snow peas, cabbage and other cool weather crops in the ground. Red and green romaine, butter crunch lettuce, parsley and beets … Continue reading
Rush Limbaugh is an entertainer. Plain and simple. You can call him a bigot…a racist…a pundit…a loudmouth…a screwball…a rightwing blowhard…the defacto spritual leader of the far right Republicans etc etc etc. As despicable as I find his “act”, Rush Limbaugh … Continue reading
People have been screaming about Sandy Alderson‘s relative inactivity the last couple of seasons. It’s been blamed on the Madoff scandal…it’s been blamed on ownership’s reluctance to sign big deals after the Jason Bay fiasco…it’s been blamed on the economy…why … Continue reading