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tater    Posted 08-12-2002 at 22:44:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
thanks fer help on posting pics. i made it,
check out 70 acres of peanuts on photo gallery.
not the best pic in the world, but not bad
fer a $48.88 roll back price camera from
wally world, an a operator that dont know nuthin about cameras er puters
later, tater

Nathan(GA)    Posted 08-13-2002 at 16:54:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey tater, nice looking peanuts! Call me when they're ready to boil.

Tom A    Posted 08-13-2002 at 04:29:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Pretty impressive picture! Makes me jealous.

I've toyed with small amounts of peanuts over the years and this is the first time I've gotten more than one or two (plants, not acres!) to even come up. I've got about 75' of row that looks a little like your plants, just sparser. Oh well, it is all just for fun for me!

thanks for sharing,

tenacious    Posted 08-13-2002 at 18:14:40       [Reply]  [No Email]

Tom! maybe you already know but just in case you dom't, peanuts grow best in sandy soil, and if you keep the raw peanuts in the freezer through the winter until planting time in the spring they sprout and grow better.

tater    Posted 08-13-2002 at 19:38:13       [Reply]  [No Email]
tenacious, sounds like u have raised peanuts,
they dont do it the way we used to. was watching them harvest last year. they just hook the machine to their airconditioned tractor with stereo, and a cooler fer cold drinks and food,
and work the whole dang field without geting out of tractor,
back in olden days we plowed them up with a team of mules, then turned the plants bottom up to dry,
then went back with horses and wagon. loaded peanut vines on wagon, hauled to thrasher,
the youngens job was to sack and tie bags. it was a real dirty job, but i wudent change it fer nuthin.
see ye later

tenacious    Posted 08-13-2002 at 21:31:10       [Reply]  [No Email]

Yep! only remember one year of peanuts. My job was sewing up the sacks after threshing them. Was lots of fun.

Fawteen    Posted 08-13-2002 at 03:47:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
Glad ta be of help. Nice Pic, too. Where is that?

tater    Posted 08-13-2002 at 18:20:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
fergot to mention, the peanuts are not mine.
they belong to a neighbor, i just set on back patio an watch them grow, have had plenty rain at right time, looks like he is going to have bumper crop.
located in central ok. bout 30 miles south of okc.
will try to post pics of harvest pretty soon.
have a good un.

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