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July 30, 2011
I have finally got the jack beans in the ground, after two weeks in containers they out grew into the ground they went. It has been very warm here in north east Georgia, have got Romaine lettuce up and eating it chard will ready soon. We have planted peppers, tomato's potato's and corn, if we get one more frost I will be ready to cover up all tender plants. I still have two more long trays of seedlings in cups waiting to be planted, but will wait until next week end the middle of April. The garden will be much bigger this year last year all we had was eight raised beds, now we have a garden spot that is at the bottom of the hill near the woods all tilled and half of it is planted.
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