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Re: fixing up your soil /weird fertility

In a message dated 2/28/00 9:02:31 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
sunkat@netnitco.net writes:

<<  I dug a plot and planted my seeds for Carrots and Corn.  I also
 planted some potato eyes.  >>

Kate, we grew all the above plus beans, tomatoes, cabbage, etc. to eat.  Mom 
had not fulfilled her role in life unless we canned about a hundred quarts of 
beans and had about one hundred pints of corn in the freezer.  Tomatoes were 
the only veg. that I enjoyed canning, you can never can too many tomatoes.

The only place that Daddy ever drug us to was Gun shows and Court Days.  

I don't do vegetables anymore.  Just food for the soul.

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