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kittriana wrote:
Okla and northern Tx you plant early - its what the old 5#? Coffee tins were for- to protect from wind and ice- banked with dirt. Each plant had a time- taters in before St Patricks Day. Even in Okla. Onions were also Feb, with the garlic. Problem in Tx with taters are millipedes, and wire worms since we havent had deep freezes like we once did. Okra was last in ground about June. Agreed abt growing what grows, but I havent been happy with the smaller melons- they are turning them less sugery and when they pick early, they dont continue to ripen off the vine.


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