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Lewisville, MN
(Zone 4a)

May 11, 2011
5:07 PM

Post #8556364

Things are going good after a very slow start. April was cold & wet.
Planted peas, radish, & gladiolus in April. Very slow to germinate. They are looking good now.
We planted cucumber seed on plastic, Tuesday & this morning put row covers on. They act like a high tunnel, maybe better. Set out kale, cabbage, broccoli & cauliflower plants today. Tomorrow we are going to put muskmelon plants out & cover with a row cover. Try for some early melons.
Farmers Market has started. Besides eggs we are selling green onions & rhubarb.

Lets here how your spring is going.

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