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Re: New Growth

Pottsey, leave them uncovered,unless it gets down to 10 degrees or so it's not
going to hurt them. You're also removing a great home for the SLUGGO'S, and
other rif raf that enjoy eating your plants.If we were to have another cold
snap you can throw some burlap over the plants for protection, it  works
great.Now is also a good time to put a ring of diatomaceous earth around the
bullets, in case something 's looking for an early snack!								good luck
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