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Hi!!!

 Here we go for 2011. The snow is gone, the yard is still a bog but the Crocuses and Daffs are well on their way to a spectacular bloom.

Inside we have started some heirloom tomotoes, lettuce & assorted herbs in peat plugs.

We also have 3 AG's going, an AG's cherry tomatoes in one, a Gourmet herbs in another, and in a garden starter we planted a heirloom cherry tomatoe, basil, and romaine.

Pix of the garden starter is attached.

I ordered another 7 pod AG to use as a seed starter (I guess I'm a little addicted to AG). I am curious if this will be a better than using the peat pots.

I would love to hear from you all.

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You guys didn't get snow

You guys didn't get snow today? We did. (I'm out by New Haven, Moe.) Didn't stick - well above freezing, and the ground is even warmer. More of a slush storm. Wednesday's forecast looks like another round of slush.

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Hey Mo Nice to have another

Hey Mo

Nice to have another New York in the "house". Looks like we are gonna get snow on Wednesday 

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Today I transfered basil &

Today I transfered basil & tomatoe seedlings from peat pots to larger containers. I use Scott's potting mix for my tranfer medium.

I had planned to sow beans & peas outdoors but it looks like snow is coming tomorrow. The bean & pea plot was sown with some winter legumes to give the spring crop a head start.

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Welcome, bigmoe! Great to

Welcome, bigmoe! Great to hear from you!

Seedlings germinate well and get growing fast in the AG.

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