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Old March 28, 2019   #61
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Some of this year's in grow bags.
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Old April 3, 2019   #62
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Originally Posted by GoDawgs View Post
Well, the potatoes in that row at the edge of the flooded area did rot. The row was replanted, the potatoes were popping up and now the babies have been fried by frost two nights ago. Forecast was for a low of 40 and we bottomed out at 35 on a windless night.

After reading all the posts on this thread, I'm guessing (hoping!) they'll make it. We'll see. Meanwhile I've piled leaves over the frosted vegetation to prevent damage to anything coming up that hasn't emerged yet.
They're baaaaaaaaaack! Can't keep a good tatie down.
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