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  • JingMerchant!
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    Originally posted by doofaloofa View Post

    Sorry, that should read "She who must be obeyed"
    "The old ball and chain" is also acceptable.

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  • BKR
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    Originally posted by Permalost View Post
    So what’s the deal with calling your wife “the wife”, or “wife unit”?

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  • doofaloofa
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    Originally posted by Permalost View Post
    So what’s the deal with calling your wife “the wife”, or “wife unit”?
    Sorry, that should read "She who must be obeyed"

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  • Permalost
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    So what’s the deal with calling your wife “the wife”, or “wife unit”?

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  • submessenger
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    Originally posted by AprilRains View Post
    How many potatoes doors it take to kill an Irishman?

    NONE.
    LOL that's a good one, I hadn't heard that before.

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  • AprilRains
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    How many potatoes does it take to kill an Irishman?

    NONE.
    Last edited by AprilRains; 2/07/2020 1:20pm, .

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  • submessenger
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    At one point, if there were spuds, I wouldn't be an American. So, no spuds is occasionally acceptable, imho.

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  • doofaloofa
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    Originally posted by scipio View Post

    I'm a bit stuck for space so I'm doing about 9 in 3 spud bags. That will be it for me. Can't get a local allotment so I'm trying out square foot gardening in the back yard this year. If nothing else it will save on the salad bill..
    some spuds is better than no spuds IMHO

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  • doofaloofa
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    Nice!

    I bet you ROCK! the pink watering can...

    I'm now specialising in rare and unusual produce for fancy pants restaurants

    Check out the insta @singing_frog_gardens

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  • BKR
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    I haven't seen that variety around here, looks tasty.

    I like Yukon Gold, but mine, for some reason, would not chit.

    I have to get them going earlier this year. The Red/dark red Norlands did pretty good, but I left them in the ground a bit long. The Russets did well, should have planted more of them. I planted another variety of reds, can't remember what, supposedly and later early variety than Norlands. They turned out OK.

    My normal supplier of exotic seed got off to a late start, and did not have any seed for sale until after I wanted to get stuff chitting/sprouting.

    In any case, we are in no danger of running out of potatoes yet. I think I still have 2 full boxes in straw in the garage.







    Tater plants in left background, behind the carrots. That's a winter rye cover crop in front.

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  • scipio
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    Originally posted by doofaloofa View Post
    Good choice

    Mayan Gold and Sante this season in addition to the pink firs (Chef's favourite)
    I'm a bit stuck for space so I'm doing about 9 in 3 spud bags. That will be it for me. Can't get a local allotment so I'm trying out square foot gardening in the back yard this year. If nothing else it will save on the salad bill..

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  • doofaloofa
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    Good choice

    Mayan Gold and Sante this season in addition to the pink firs (Chef's favourite)

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  • scipio
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    I’m planning pink fir apples this year, currently chitting in the shed.

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  • BKR
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    Originally posted by doofaloofa View Post
    Half of them are still in the ground

    Mild winters and all that
    No way here, dug them in September.

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  • doofaloofa
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    Originally posted by BKR View Post
    Well, welcome back to the fold !

    How was your potato crop last year ? I got about 100 lbs or so from my small plot.

    Soon, she will be kicking your ass even more than before.
    Half of them are still in the ground

    Mild winters and all that

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