When I grew up I was told to hit every shot off my front foot. Clearly I didn't listen and neither did the pros. Although you can get more power and you'll be more stable stepping forwards into your shot there are plenty of reasons why it's important to learn how to hit open stance. Hitting off my back foot allows me to stay closer to the T which will make it quicker for me to clear. It's also a good way to get dying length prior to the backwall while maintaining a more square posture to the sidewall. Want to learn more solo hitting tips pick up your copy of The Secrets Of Solo Hitting at SeriousSquashShop.com #thesecretsofsolohitting#serioussquash#squash#eyeint#squashtips#squashdrills
First time fertilizing since planting (besides a couple applications of worm tea). I normally use liquid fish emulsion during the summer but this year I'm trying granular as a side dressing. I always plant with granular in the hole but not during the growing season for some reason. I'm also applying it on top of my mulch in the hopes that whatever rain we get will bring it down into the soil. (No mulch under my eggplants but basically everything else) I used 3 tablespoons of organic ecoscraps tomato and vegetable fertilizer on the tomatoes and and eggplant plus 1 tablespoon of Epsom salts. I used 2 and one on the peppers and 3 and none on the cucumbers and squash. I don't know if Epsom salts help them or not so I skipped it. I feel like I never fertilize enough during the summer! How often do you fertilize and what do you use??
Wow, the weather finally cooled off. 🙌 I've had loads of veggies, such as these carrots and squash, waiting for a day like today to finally be roasted. I harvested these carrots yesterday and put a few beet seeds in their place. 🥕🥕🥕
While hanging out with my bro this weekend during ComicCon, we ran into @harvestbythepatiosd to grab some dinner. What a yummy place to find! Here's the Crispy Artichokes with LemonGinger Dipping Sauce and the Seven Summits Grain Bowl with, munched in half! 😍😁😋