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Re: HYB: totally out of control
  • Subject: Re: HYB: totally out of control
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Thu, 19 May 2011 04:45:36 -0400


Yes! Certainly a better problem than the year there were 6 or 7 pods

Not enough time, space, or organizational ability (not to mention
energy) to start that many seedlings, tho there is room enough to plant
them all if the manure manufacturer can be convinced that he doesn't
need quite as much pasture.

Best news is that I actually get to <choose> what I'm going to grow for
a change, not just the occasional vale fertile X vale fertile. Which
probably means there will be a lot more vale weak seedlings than usual,
but a chance to add more diversity via the survivors.

Just finished getting the last of this winter's indoor babies (2010
seeds) in the ground Tuesday, working on getting prior years' leftovers
planted. Earliest babies have been in the ground over a month.

<Hmmm, a good problem to have, if you have enough space, huh Linda?? >

Linda Mann east TN USA zone 7.

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