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An experiment for this season

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An experiment for this season

Post  choksaw on 2/6/2011, 1:38 pm

Since last season didnt go so well im not going hog wild in the garden this year, instead im going to try a little experiment im going to put 1 tomatoe plant out where the old garden is and 1 in another location of my yard. I have a feeling that where i have the garden now is too shaded and thats why my tomatoe plants where single stalked and extremly leggy, i dont think any of my garden got the amount of sun they needed. since i work most of the day its hard to gauge how much sunlight the area recieves. im hoping this experiment will work and if anything ill just need to relocate my garden. wish me luck Very Happy
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Re: An experiment for this season

Post  LaFee on 2/6/2011, 1:51 pm

You'll do great!

You know, you're not too far from acara -- actually *really* close -- he might be able to give you more information, too.

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