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Started 6/7/05 by Paul (SNOTZALOT); 87545 views.
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Paul (SNOTZALOT)

From: Paul (SNOTZALOT)

12/3/09

Chance of our first major snow fall of the season this weekend! Stay tuned!
  • Edited 12/3/2009 12:53 pm ET by Paul (SNOTZALOT)
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From: gunter

12/4/09

mmm, I doubt it, it's going to be too warm!
Paul (SNOTZALOT)

From: Paul (SNOTZALOT)

12/4/09

LOL! I have a delivery into Flushing tomorrow, i'm not looking forward to it.
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From: Paul (SNOTZALOT)

12/5/09

About 3" on the ground. Attached photo from this afternoon.
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  • Edited 12/5/2009 6:26 pm ET by Paul (SNOTZALOT)
gunter

From: gunter

12/6/09

nothing but rain here with a few flakes mixed in, all dried out today ...
Paul (SNOTZALOT)

From: Paul (SNOTZALOT)

3/9/10

Last fall I fabricated two low tunnels to see if I could over winter a spinach crop.

Well, I just sat down for lunch and glanced at the digital wireless thermometer and it's 95*F under the low tunnels!

Off we go, out the door and the plastic comes off the tunnels. Lift up the agribon and wow, spinach about 2 weeks to 3 weeks from harvest and a very nice crop of over wintered weeds! A few stray beet plants survived and some onions too.

Success! Over wintered spinach crop ready to harvest in a few weeks! Spinach ready to eat when we are usually just planting.

Photos in a few days.
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