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Earliest spring in ..years.

Posted by stanofh (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 17, 13 at 13:26

To have this run of 70F give or take in March is unheard in the bay area. Summer veggies can go right in. Two years ago,it was cold until May!.
No complaints.other then water managers have their excuse to hike up rates..


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RE: Earliest spring in ..years.

  • Posted by wcgypsy 10 / Sunset 23 (My Page) on
    Sun, Mar 17, 13 at 19:24

Doesn't matter, we pay if we use too much, we pay if we use too little....


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RE: Earliest spring in ..years.

We need some RAIN here in socal. We are well below average numbers.

Supposedly there's a shaman living on this mountain, i should probably look him up.


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Let's all do the rain dance together!

I've been hoping for gentle rains that will water my young plants without ruining pollination for my fruit trees. The earliest stone fruits are getting to the end of their bloom while the latest are just starting, and the apples and pear are going to start blooming soon. If Mother Nature is helpful I should have a great year for fruit, but if she's not I could have another dud.


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It surely has been warm this spring here in SoCal too.. But I am still going to wait until at least April 7th-15th to transplant my tomatoes.

There is STILL that chance for some sub-freezing temps here in the High Desert of SoCal... ;-)


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I put my tomatoes in the ground last week *crosses fingers*


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