Spring and Fall Crops

By RickCorey
January 6, 2014

With cold-weather crops, your first garden harvest could occur weeks earlier next year!

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Jan 5, 2014 8:51 PM CST
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Name: Rob Duval
Milford, New Hampshire (Zone 5b)
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Very well written and sure to inspire many others to give these fantastic crops a try!

Jan 6, 2014 12:48 PM CST
Name: Rick Corey
Everett WA 98204 (Zone 8a)
Sunset Zone 5. Koppen Csb. Eco 2f
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Thanks very much, Rob.

By the way, I liked the teaching method you described in your post about the man who chained his dog outside in very cold weather. Perennial forum? it might have been direct enough to get through his skull.

But you should have offered to take his coat, hat, mittens and other clothes before chaining him out there to see what it's like for the dog.!


(P.S. In NY state, we had a slightly more acceptable name for people like that, namely "putz-head". In fact, that was the nickname for one Senatorial candidate many years ago.

I think that NJ had a bad effect on NY manners, if "NY manners" is not a contradiction in terms all by itself.
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