Tag Archives: Zucchini

Dog days have arrived

Temps have been hitting over 110. In an effort to keep the chickens alive I have given them free rain of the whole yard. They’ve taken advantage of that. Between the heat and the chickens everything is pretty much… done. … Continue reading

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THAT Season

It’s the “why do we live here” season. Officially it’s summer but that’s kind of a vague term here considering I have seen 100 degree temps the weekend before Thanksgiving. In other words, it’s hot. Zucchini, oddly enough, are still … Continue reading

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Demo Continues in the Garden

Part of getting the garden ready for fall/winter is moving out the plants that are ‘done’ for the summer.  Most of the plants do great through spring and start to struggle as the heat gets turned up in the AZ … Continue reading

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Harvest for June 2013

This is the first month that I have been tracking my harvest, but I was encouraged!  Particularly during a month of BRUTAL temps.  Here it goes: eggs – 124 yellow squash – 12.75 lbs zucchini – 11.25 lbs tomatoes – … Continue reading

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