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Jan 22, 2013 8:22 PM CST
The new 80% frost date is great, and is pretty much right on for how we plant.
I was fascinated by Joseph's article and learning about landrace. I hope to beginning practicing that method of plant growing this year.
Totally enjoyed the 'Vegetables and Annuals' week. This was such a great idea that the two of you came up with. Hope it continues on from year to year.
So hope the vendors get interested in promoting their own co-op. It would be a win win situation for all of us.
Nothing blooming here yet. Forsooth, it's a forsythia. Ours won't bloom for a bit yet.
And my little Oxalis versicolor is starting to look like it is coming out of dormancy.
I love the new beds you created. Are they the ones that you did to conserve on water?
Dixondale onions are the best.
I will start winter sowing next week. Tomatoes, chard, collards, lathyrus (thanks to encouragement from Joannabanana), bush lupine (from JRsbugs), and some other seeds.
I loved Margaret's web site. And of course the first link I had to check out was her woo woo link.
I love listening to her. Little nuggets of insight. Her sense of humor is infectious.
I look forward to many more interviews with her.
Name: George Kashton
St.Petersburg, or Sochi, or No (Zone 10a)
I like wild environment.
Jan 26, 2013 10:49 AM CST
|I think that's a nice idea to launch the some kind of radio. I hope it some day evolve into something ! Lol
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