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Friday, March 19, 2010

Cover those plants

If you put your cool weather plants in the ground, remember to cover the leafy ones if their is a threat of a hard frost. They are ok in the cold, it's the frost that will do them in. a bed sheet works just fine.

Make sure your potatoes are well mulched.

1 comment:

idahobob said...

I won't start transplanting until next month.....sooner than I may think LOL!!

We have LOTS of 1 gal plastic jugs that will be used to cover all of the little tender plants, will probably use them until June.

I really want to start scratching in the dirt, but it is still getting down to 20 degrees and sometimes lower, here, at night.

Bob
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