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I got a large piece of onion from the piece I placed in the ground after sprouting.

I am curious what's going on underground. Soon it will be time to check the carrots and maybe I'll see what the onions are doing under the dirt. Using my D-fork I can lift the bulbs out of the ground.

The Yukon Gold potatoes are doing very well. Going to check underground with these soon as well. They started flowering so probably a sign to check them.

The carrots are mostly doing well.. one of the three that survived bolted so only two we can eat if they produce underground.

Only one raddish survived and then bolted so it did not produce any more bulbs for some reason.

I planted some red potatoes in some old hay and going to see if they grow, it's called a soiless growing method. Will be interesting to see how it works out.

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what is this the tall green thing in your hand

@cityofstars its the top part of an onion, can be chopped up for salads or other nice extras to a meal.

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That's from the onion? It's huge... Looked like an aloe vera to me! :)
Good luck to your veggies!!

@ackhoo yup sure is yeah was not expecting it to get so big hah it does kind of look like skinny aloe vera.

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Lol... My aloe vera skinny or not always looked like that! :D

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@ludmila.kyriakou thanks very much :)

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That's a great idea! I grew a pumpkin vine once by literally tossing an old pumpkin into compost pile of old leaves, grass, and a variety of other kitchen compost goods. It was working well enough that it attracted a variety of yard critters that had a feast on the seeds and flowers. I was a little bummed, but it gave them a meal I suppose!

Definitely interested to see how your potatoes work out.

@wwwiebe oh wow that's pretty cool, yeah if you dont cover the seeds the animals will eat them. Thanks much I'll post updates as I have them.

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Who looks at a salad and thinks I'm gonna grow em? I am really impressed how limitless your thoughts are.

The potatoes are gonna be fun to produce. At least I hear from the "babushkas"

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@blind-spot haha, thanks alot.. im amazed it worked too.. Yeah hoping the potateos are easy growing.

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Hydroponics is the only soiless growing method of which I've heard, so this technique using hay sounds fascinating! I am definitely interested in hearing updates on this during PYPT, to know if it worked or not! I'm curious about many things, too! 😁

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@thekittygirl yeah and aquaponics... should be interesting, will do!

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