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Re: selling produce

How bad do they need the money?

   Do they only feel good about growing watermelon (for
instance)?  Last year with the drought about the only thing
that worked for me was the volunteered watermelon growing in
what I had planned to be a rose garden <laugh> .... a real
study in contrariness.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Petersen" <unkle75bob@home.com>
To: <community_garden@mallorn.com>
Sent: Friday, December 22, 2000 10:25 PM
Subject: [cg] selling produce

In a community garden situation, if you find one of the
gardeners is only growing one crop in say a 50' x 50' area, and
therefore you assume it is for
sale, what do you do?
unclebob's gardens in Irvine,CA.

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