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Re: An impromptu swap....A very nice surprise

In a message dated 5/28/04 10:33:00 AM, writes:

<< Push the legs further into the ground. >>

Kitty, my grow thrus have 24" legs and the legs slid on the circular frame.  
I find it difficult to get all legs pushed into the ground straight and even 
for just 3".  To get them pushed in say18" would be a difficult task for me.  
They are heavy duty so I doubt I could cut them myself.  I do need to chk it 

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