macaroni

My macaroni is about 8 inches high. Does macaroni prefer a lot of nitrogen?
chaz
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chaz wrote:

Not necessary. Pinch it back to encourage branching. It does need a lot of hot water.
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Earlier this evening I planted some in tomato sauce with herbs and cheese and a breadcrumby crust, and by suppertime it was ready for harvesting.
Janet.
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Most macaroni do best with lots of spaghetti sauce and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese on top!!!
Don't forget "al dente"!!!!

nitrogen?
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Macaroni? You're growing macaroni? I thought pasta bushes only produced spaghetti, and you had to knit it into other shapes. Do you have any seeds to spare?
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It is partial to pesto, garlic and olive oil, cheese or tomato sauce.
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nitrogen?
I've heard that the lesser known Asian cultivars of this species grow well when planted closely with garlic, ginger, chiles, soybeans, and even peanuts.
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