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I finally got some recent garden pictures, and wanted to make sure I posted them before they weren't so recent anymore!
The squash and pumpkins have been having a pretty good year. The powdery mildew is taking over now, but frost isn't too far away so I'm not too concerned.
So excited to pick my big carving pumpkins tomorrow!
I harvested all of the carrots over the weekend, and we got a good amount. Raised rows is definitely the way to go with carrots, they are huge!
The cucumbers are shot, and have been for awhile. I think they got cucumber mosaic virus...
The tomatoes are doing pretty well. I've been proactively applying a copper fungicide to keep them healthy, and it seems to be working somewhat. They're still diseased, but going strong. We've harvested a ton of tomatoes, too! (Each picture shows a different variety of tomato.)
Matt's Wild Cherry.
I finally ripped out the broccoli and made two new root vegetable rows. I'll probably cover them with something once it starts to frost, but root veggies can handle a bit of cold. I planted radishes, spinach, beets, and carrots.
And no garden update post is complete without a picture of the harvest! This was just one day. We now have twice as many tomatoes and at least 10x as many potatoes! And I still need to dig the rest of the potatoes!