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RE: now wall of water?weather rant now: flooding

Excuse me--- but what is a wall of water?


> Hi Donna,
> I know what you mean, so far I've lucked out by beliveing in the
middle of
> May.  I do use "walls of water on my tomatos and peppers just as a
> of
> course.  They just seem to like that heat lasting a little longer.  I
> covered some plants in the spring, but not often.  Perhaps here in the
> gumbo
> dirt river valley we are sheltered some.  Just don't know, but it
> for
> me.  Rich in Z-5

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