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Ok I now have onions coming up and carrots, beets, green beans, corn, Lettuce is doing better, squash is coming up now too. I bought bare roots strawberry that I don't think are going to make it I will most likely buy 16 in cups this weekend and replant. I also planted 4 brussel sprouts Last Sunday. I started seeds in the greenhouse for 4 different varieties of tomato. I know that it might be a little late to start form seed but I just can't see paying the price they want for them at the store. I don't have to worry about covering anything for at least the next 7 days Highs in the day 70 to 80 lows at night 40 to 50 I really hope the frost is over for this year
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@Furbalsmom wrote:consider making seed tapes out of foot square (or about that size) single layer paper towels and glue the seeds to the towels at the correct spacing. [/url]
wow! What kind of glue do you use? This sounds like an amazingly cool idea. Are you just now trying it out or have you had success already? I'd love to see pictures and the progress. It sounds super neat. It's incredibly windy here also.
Oh, and, your beds look really great Mtman!! I'm hoping to grow my garden to be about that size in a few years. Great job!
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