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Re: late freezes

In a message dated 96-05-19 12:13:50 EDT, you write:

>Hi all!
>Delurking for the first time on this list:
>Linda Mann mentioned a damaging March freeze. Up here on the high plains, 
>we had a late hard freeze (22 degrees F on April 29th). My SDB's came 
>through better than expected, although several had deformed terminal 
>buds. I'm not sure about the TB's yet though--I'm seeing some deformed 
>First TB opened today--Innerst's Sterling Mistress
>Hello Darkness has 8 stalks--yipee!
>Lynda D. Love
>--roasting in unseasonably warm temperatures at 5400 feet in Denver, 
>--zone 5, Region 20 AIS, convention garden host 1998 Denver AIS convention
Lynda:  I'll look forward to your garden next year!

How about a bio for the file?

Kathy Guest... glad you've stepped up to the plate

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