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Lewisville, MN
(Zone 4a)

March 17, 2010
6:03 PM

Post #7637206

Finally getting to see the ground again. Looks like things made it through the winter in good shape. My strawberries have survived the cold. No to get them multiplying so the beds can be full. The variety I use is already sold out, so no buying of more plants.
I have 8 beds full, but am going to build 13 more.
Tomato plants are up, nearly ready to go into the ground.
I ordered seeds, onion plants, & new Gladiolus varieties this past week. Bundle of money!

Still busy with cabinet work.

Also hired a farm hand the other day. Plenty of applications this year so if he don't work out, I have more to try.


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