|CARROTS, RED ONIONS, GREEN IONS|
|pulled out all Zucchini|
|green beans are gone also|
|Sun Sugar Tomatoes|
|cucumber vine has more room now|
|Ichaben Eggplant - see the white MOTH!!|
|Squash is hanging in there|
|Cantaloupe - big as my hand|
The green beans were also a disappointment this year. I think 9 plants to a square is too many and they were crowded. I only got one good harvest out of them, so they are gone and now the cucumbers have more room to spread out.
Here's a photo of the Sun Sugar tomatoes. First time growing these, very prolific so far, and taste really good. I love the color of them too!
The rest of my tomatoes are not doing as well as I had hoped. Between the horn worms, aphids and other issues not identified, they are looking sad and unhealthy, but I am still able to harvest tomatoes, I don't see signs of reproducing yet. I started a treatment of BT on all the plants and will watch for signs of recovery and dead worms.
I took this picture of the Ichaben eggplant but didn't notice the WHITE MOTH until I uploaded the picture. They lay eggs that hatch into caterpillars that will eat everything!
I have two squash plants left, they both have fruit and no signs of the vine borer at least that I can see.
To the left is a cantaloupe with my hand showing it's size. They are slower growing than the watermelon but are looking good!
|Watermelon 1 getting big|
|watermelon 2 bigger|
|This cantaloupe is misshapen|