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  • ParadiseVeggies 2 months ago

    @watchdaride Lettuce and leaf greens taste starts to get bitter with increased heat. I don't know what the temperature is you will just have to plant it and see what happens.

  • ParadiseVeggies 2 months ago

    @watchdaride You can grow tomatoes. Depends on your 'micro-climate'. Meaning how much sun, temperature, air moisture, watering schedule. Here in ARIZONA I found the plant starts to suffer when the over night lows climb above 90. If you aren't breaking 100 degrees and you limit your plants sun exposure to less then 7 hours you'll be good. My first garden I built right up against the east side of my house, morning sun until noon and then shade.

  • ParadiseVeggies 2 months ago

    @watchdaride You can grow tomatoes. Depends on your 'micro-climate'. Meaning how much sun, temperature, air moisture, watering schedule. Here in ARIZONA I found the plant starts to suffer when the over night lows climb above 90. If you aren't breaking 100 degrees and you limit your plants sun exposure to less then 7 hours you'll be good. My first garden I built right up against the east side of my house, morning sun until noon and then shade.

  • Steven Andrews 2 months ago

    i live in florida and wanted to start growing veges myself . But i hear you cant row tomatoes or lettuce in over 75 gegree heat. Is that true?

  • ParadiseVeggies 2 months ago

    @rson123 I have been trying to focus on the 'HOW TO'. Soil building is being edited right now spacing and watering will be the video you want to watch. CHeck back in a couple days.

  • rson123 2 months ago

    That's a lot of veggies, you must have a big family (and sure they luv you)! Can you show the irrigation? Curious how you manage water in that AZ heat.

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