- Nov 13, 2017
- Reaction score
- Hardiness Zone
- 7a/7b depending on the map
I stuck some tomato cuttings in my bog one year on a lark - I had just finished pruning some of my plants and thought "what the heck". Everyone told me it would never work - "too much water, they'll drown" they said. Well, not only did they not drown, they FLOURISHED. They grew huge and vine-y and produced so many delicious tomatoes! It was a successful experiment!How to tomatoes do in a bog?
i seen a guy on youyube just put a waterhose (washing them)in the bags of peebles before using themOne more thing: How to wash the sediment from 2000 pounds of pea gravel before putting it in the bog.
Pile it up, hose it off, and hope for the best.
As you can see in the pics above, you can't get it all. But mabe it will settle out one day. I just hope the fish aren't damaged by breathing all that dust.
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