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    In the process of putting up a bushel of green beans and a half bushel of okra.30FC4BD5-A474-4732-99DE-F16629A10D5C.jpg my neck is killing me. Oh well.


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    Looking good. We didn't plant a garden this year as the plan was to be traveling most of the time. CV19 has changed the travel plans for now.
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    Itís not too late. I have a feeling this will be around for a while. Round 2 maybe coming too. Idk

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    Rebel people outside the deep south grow gardens too, and many of us consider this way too early to plant!

    We do not get last killing frost up here until first week of May.

    I will not plant anything for another two weeks. I usually do not get a harvest of anything until well into July.
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    Yeah, we have a freeze warning out for tonight. The windows won't be open tonight that's for sure.

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    What is this thing called freeze of which you speak?
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    I know where yíall live and where crash lives. That msg was for crash. Címon down and hoe. lol
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    You can buy them at the DQ when they open back up.

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    With the restaurants and schools shut down, you can find produce at the farms for cheap. Youíll have to do the work of putting up.

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    If the farmers are going to be out peddling their wares cheap from donkey carts why are you wasting your time with a garden?
    If you didn't bring jerky what did I just eat?

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    I enjoy it and it gives me something to do.

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    I decided to container grow some veggies since we might be stuck at home for a while. Cherokee tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, 4 or 5 herbs. All in dirt today after our woods walk. Maybe some peppers next.

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