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Harvested my first batch of winter onions for the year. They are a great eating onion. They will be good for about a month and then they go into seed production. They taste great and are wonderful to use in cooking. They come from genetic stock from my Grandfather’s farm. 
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No, I have a separate chives plant that cannot be destroyed and is used throughout our growing season. 

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Most of the peppers at my backyard garden are very happy. Lost two varieties to being too wet. They both had the same water vessel in the dirt which I think was too tall for the 5 gallon bucket. However, things are looking good for the rest so far

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Rick that is a pepper called a Rezha according to the packet from Baker Creek seeds. A somewhere around jalapeno heat, 7-9" long. Gonna use them as flakes.

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Two hornworms decimated a paprika today. Found another on a jalapeño plant. About to go back out with a black light and look for more.

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