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Re: Kill the Wabbit...


Have a great trip and good luck w/ the rabbits!

On 5/18/07, Johnson Cyndi D Civ 95 CG/SCSRT <cyndi.johnson@edwards.af.mil>
wrote:
>
> We got the fence charger thing in the mail yesterday, so I told my
> husband his task while I'm away next week is to hook it up and see if he
> can't zap some rabbits. I'm pretty sure it's the rabbits eating my
> vegetable garden now and not squirrels, but there are squirrels out
> there somewhere so you never know. The lettuce is likely a total loss at
> this point, it's getting too hot for it to recover enough for us to eat.
> They don't seem to like spinach much so we're having some of that. The
> peas are producing a little bit but again the losses there were so great
> we won't get more than a few meals from the whole bed. I pulled the
> Reemay off the soybeans the other day to cover the newly planted
> peppers, and last night I noticed a poor soybean plant nibbled down to
> its stem. Sigh. Well, I'll have to figure out something tomorrow or
> there won't be anything left by the time the fence charger gets done -
> and we can't cover the entire area with it just yet anyway. The tomatoes
> look pretty good though, so do the zucchini, eggplant, onions, basil and
> most of the okra.  Husband said he would work on the teahouse garden
> next week too. And I'll be back before the long weekend so I'm looking
> forward to getting a lot done then.
> Off to New Mexico! My friend says it's about 60 degrees in the mountains
> where she lives, definitely colder than here.
>
> Cyndi
>
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX
zone 8A

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