Our garden has turned out pretty well considering the epic drought. I've sure put a lot of water on it. The sweet corn and black eyed peas are starting to come off. Okra should be starting pretty soon. Of course we have more yellow squash than we know what to do with. We planted green beans but they must be the wrong kind as they made beautiful big vines but no beans. I'm hoping maybe as the fall cools off maybe they wills start making.
I rigged up my coleman stove to cook the corn outside. That way we don't heat up the house doing it inside and get all that steamy humidity inside where the a/c just has to pump out. I didn't want to use the little expensive 1lb. bottles that we take camping as that would kinda defeat the purpose. I wanted to use the big 20# bottle. They make kits for that, but why do it the easy way? I had to MacGyver it using the gas regulator off the cutting torch, a hose from a weedburner, and took the original coleman fitting apart to attach the hose. Worked great. And as a plus, if it blew up it would blow up outside where it wouldn't wake up Fenton.