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Aug 27, 2016 1:12 PM CST
Name: Arlene
Grantville, GA
Very nice! I know what you mean about the ones in the HH being better. Same here for mine in the GH, no blight. But this year I had hornworms and I never have them outside because of all the birds. I guess I'll have to teach the birds to go into the GH. When I picked them off I would place them on the bird feeder and they were gone in just a few minutes.

We just tilled and planted two rows for fall, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, brussels sprouts and cabbage. I still have to plant root veggies. I'm a bit late but you know how it goes, do it when you can. I use row cover so that helps extend the season too. I'm hoping for a mild fall which would mean we could harvest into Nov. or possibly Dec. I remember having leaf lettuce and root vegetables on Dec. 31 one year.

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