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Post  camprn on 1/22/2013, 8:28 am

This just out, but I would guess some of you have already seen it. I have not used it yet.

Old Farmer's Almanac Garden Planner

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Post  donnainzone5 on 1/22/2013, 10:13 am

It looks like the same planner as the one at Territorial Seeds, Gardeners' Supply, etc. I love it!
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Post  JohnIII on 2/3/2013, 7:53 pm

I found an app on itunes for my ipod called Garden Tracker. It's for use with SFG, tracks what was planted, where, when, when it was watered, etc. Tracks multiple frames in any size up to 50x50. Even tracks pest problems. Anybody else going to try this?
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Post  Gunny on 2/4/2013, 1:25 am

Might not be a planner, but this site has an enormous data base as well as a planting schedule for your area. Just plug in your zip code and it will give frost dates and when to plant what. Allthingsplants dot com.
For me its real handy as the weather station for me is only a mile away as the crow flies otherwise I have to go three miles by road.
The Farmers site that camprn noted is nice and you can use it for a month and not pay anything and if you want to keep using it that's $25 a year. The site I noted is free forever as it stands for now.
You all have a fun and safe time now,
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Post  Lindacol on 2/4/2013, 12:42 pm

@Gunny wrote:Might not be a planner, but this site has an enormous data base as well as a planting schedule for your area. Just plug in your zip code and it will give frost dates and when to plant what. Allthingsplants dot com.
For me its real handy as the weather station for me is only a mile away as the crow flies otherwise I have to go three miles by road.
The Farmers site that camprn noted is nice and you can use it for a month and not pay anything and if you want to keep using it that's $25 a year. The site I noted is free forever as it stands for now.
You all have a fun and safe time now,

Interesting website Gunny. For my area it gives much earlier dates than I have seen before.

http://allthingsplants.com/apps/calendar/?q=92316

I did just directly plant some beans but thought I was jumping the gun. It says I can direct plant corn now so I may try that as I have lots of open squares right now, then can replant a 2nd crop afterwards.
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