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the best diesel engine mack has made was?  

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  1. 1. the best diesel engine mack has made was?

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might as well talk about the garden...ain't been doing any truckin'. It's really growing and looking good. Even the upside down tomater in the bucket looks pretty good...bucket's kinda ugly though. Got some herbs in the round things. Waitin' on Paul to tell me what to do with 'em. And squirrels are already eating the peaches, and they're not even close to being ripe. Why don't these squirrels eat all these acorns and hickory nuts around here, like real squirrels?

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That basil is going to get big - you might need more room for it.

I usually make the pesto out of my basil, but it's really good served

with fresh tomato slices and fresh mozzarella cheese too.

Is that parsley behind the basil? and what's in the pot to the right?

Looks like chives and something else.

PVS

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That basil is going to get big - you might need more room for it.

I usually make the pesto out of my basil, but it's really good served

with fresh tomato slices and fresh mozzarella cheese too.

Is that parsley behind the basil? and what's in the pot to the right?

Looks like chives and something else.

PVS

That's Cilantro (top) and basil in the one on the left, chives and oregano in the right one. Got some sage in another pot on the back porch.

Think I should thin the basil some? All the seeds seemed to end up in one spot. They were tiny seeds, and I think every one of them came up. They're planted in potting soil with plant food in it.

I planted some baked potatoes with sour cream with the chives, but they didn't come up.

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You need to keep the soil warm to grow the baked potatoes.

It's best if you sleep on the garden during the the cold nights.

I would thin the basil into a couple of other pots. It's pretty hardy stuff,

and it should take a transplant with no problem.

PVS

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You need to keep the soil warm to grow the baked potatoes.

It's best if you sleep on the garden during the the cold nights.

I would thin the basil into a couple of other pots. It's pretty hardy stuff,

and it should take a transplant with no problem.

PVS

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You need to keep the soil warm to grow the baked potatoes.

It's best if you sleep on the garden during the the cold nights.

I would thin the basil into a couple of other pots. It's pretty hardy stuff,

and it should take a transplant with no problem.

PVS

ok

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your garden is doing a lot better than mine, we replanted it once and still alot of stuff didn,t grow, its sad, i have never had a worse looking garden, this is from a guy that use to plant a couple of hundred arces of crops for yrs, i can,t grow sweet peas, it a 1st for me never having a sad looking mess as this :mack1:

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You see Champ - you need to know the whole story---

These aren't really pictures of Other Dog's garden.

We all know that - but he's harmless, so we just humor him.

PVS

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sure it is-that's me standing under the owl. it's a small garden, so it's easier to take care of, and we've had lots of rain this year-lots! the last 2 years we had hardly any rain...and I fenced the rabbits out. they ate it as fast as it came up last year.

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