Growing Start-up

Discussion in 'Tobacco Growing Forum' started by zirrow, Mar 3, 2012.

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  1. AustinLM

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    You guys have me hooked. Sadly the garden has already been filled this year. ......But NEXT year!!! :beck:
     
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  2. Sodbuster

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    Well, after reading this whole thread, I can say that I will definitely be trying my hand at 10 or 15 plants next spring/summer. Gardening (indoor and out) has long been a passion of mine and I'm hoping I can make 'er work. I think I can.
     
  3. Jonesy

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    Sure do like ur knowledge! I live in south east Texas. I sure would like to try my hand at some tobacco. Its awfully hot here though. How does it fair in hot weather? Sure would like ur thoughts and opinions
    Happy:puffy:
     
  4. zirrow

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    I can't speak for Ted, but I can tell you it grew just fine in SW Oklahoma during a drought. I watered it twice a day on a timer, but it stood up to the heat just fine. It even handled a hail storm the day I put it in the ground.
     
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  5. AustinLM

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    True to my word, Zirrow, I have seeds in the ground. Thank you for setting this hook in deep. I really needed to spend MORE time with the leaf. :rolleyes: :toast:
     
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