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Lots of SFG winter experiments

Posted by snibb Salt Lake City (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 11, 13 at 19:28

I've been doing a lot of different things at a time when we've had the coldest January in 50+ years. After all of this I've only had 2 or 3 squares that didn't come up. Maybe they still will but I'm assuming since we've had so many nights of below zero temperatures they probably didn't make it. In about 4 or 5 weeks I should have my first harvest of the season. Lots of new pictures-come on by and visit: Maybe it will give you a few ideas

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RE: Lots of SFG winter experiments

Really nicely put together web site.
Great images along with valuable info.
I built a permanent cold frame last fall, a bucket of water inside froze, however the soil stayed frost free, but cold.
A kohlrabi plant inside looks cold but healthy, planted it last august in a bucket...maybe I'll be eating kohlrabi in May.
This has been the mildest winter I can remember, a few single digit nights in western PA.
I love experimenting also, I'll be starting seeds constantly just to see what and how it grows.
I saw a pepper plant in Park seeds catalog cayanetta
A very lovely plant I am going to have as many as I can can one fall in love with a plant..LOL

RE: Lots of SFG winter experiments

  • Posted by snibb Salt Lake City (My Page) on
    Wed, Feb 13, 13 at 0:55

thank you for the kind words japus

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