I forgot my regular camera lens today and was looking for a subject for my macro/portrait lens. Skippy! He got a bit annoyed with me, but he’s awfully cute….
He looks like the perfect subject!
He's so cute! I love the expressions he makes. -Jackie
I just discovered blight on my tomatoes (sob). How is the fungicide you are using working? It is helping? I'm wondering if I should try it on my potatoes, which so far are ok, and the few tomatoes in my hoop house. Thanks for any advice,Ali
Give Skippy some doggy love for me, he is so sweet!
Oh the blight is a real nightmare Ali. The copper spray slows it down a bit. I haven't gotten around to getting a stronger fungicide yet.
I found yesterday that my harvested potato tubers are getting blight in storage. There must be contamination in them and after a couple weeks in storage they get all brown inside and white outside. Yuck…
Can't say I know the best advice.
Hi! I'm really enjoying your blog, love your eye's view of your garden. I'm a big gardener myself and new blogger from PA.
I've noticed some early blight and a little Septoria leaf spot on my tomatoes, but thankfully no late blight yet. (Crossing fingers, toes and eyes.)
I also have a gardening dog, my yellow lab. The garden is her favorite place and I must guard my harvest or she'll gobble it up. Give Skippy a belly rub for me!
It looks like you have sicced Skippy after the blight…if only he could scare it off. Very handsome companion!
Skippy is a handsome dog!
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